FDA Requests Information on Psychosocial Predictors of Consumer Initiation, Uptake, and Use of Tobacco and Other Products
The FDA’s Center for Tobacco Products announces a request for information (RFI) related to psychosocial predictors of uptake and continued use of tobacco products, including specific categories of tobacco products and individual tobacco products, as well as other products from which predictors may be adapted for or extrapolated to tobacco products.
The FDA is seeking data and information in the form of reports and manuscripts, which are unpublished or not available through indexed bibliographic databases. The purpose of this RFI is to identify and evaluate predictors of consumer initiation, uptake, and use of tobacco products. The FDA has already searched the publicly available scientific literature and is now seeking to supplement that with information that is not included in the published scientific literature.
For more details about what data and information the FDA is requesting, read the full RFI. You can submit comments and information to the docket by March 4, 2016.