Location

Seminars are in Room 366 Library unless otherwise noted.

NEW DATE: Intro to Tobacco Control: The De-Normalization of Smoking and the De-Legitimization of the Tobacco Industry

Presenter: 
Ruth Malone, PhD, RN
Professor and Chair, Department of Social & Behavioral Sciences
Date: 
Sep 29 2011 - 10:00am
  • Understand the importance of tobacco industry denormalization in tobacco control
  • Describe tobacco industry “image makeover” efforts and how they undermine tobacco control
  • Understand the latest efforts by tobacco companies to position themselves as “allies” in public health efforts (FDA regulation, CSR, FCTC implementation)
  • Understand the impact of third parties (scientific or nonprofits) accepting tobacco industry funding or support
  • Material from the 2009 Symposium
Attendance Requirement: 
Required for Year One Fellows