RESULTS: Of 773 respondents who completed the survey to date, less than half (47%) reported asking patients about EC use either most of the time or always. 84% reported that patients had asked their opinion of ECs, and 48% reported EC use among at least 10% of their patients. Most reported believing that ECs are harmful (68%) and that daily EC use is not safe (72%). Respondents were split on whether ECs promote tobacco cessation (32% agree/strongly agree and 32% disagree/strongly disagree); few believed ECs were at least as effective as FDA-approved treatments to promote smoking cessation (13% agree vs. 52% disagree), and 11% reported that ECs should be used in an initial quit attempt. 6% thought ECs are more harmful than smoking, 21% thought switching from daily tobacco smoking to EC use would improve a patient’s health, and 55% reported feeling comfortable discussing health effects of ECs with patients. This survey is ongoing, and all analyses will be updated at the time of the conference.