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Tobacco industry attempts to be associated with the Sustainable Development Goals

The World No Tobacco Day (WNTD) theme this year is “Tobacco – a threat to development”.The African Tobacco Control Alliance (ATCA) warns of the tobacco industry attempts to be associated with the ...

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E-Cigarettes - Message from the US Surgeon General (19012017)

Surgeon General of the United StatesA message to parents from Dr. Vivek H. Murthy about the value of our kids' health and well-being.THE FACTS on e-cigarette use among youth and young adults ...

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Strong tobacco control policies have prevented almost 22 million deaths since 2007 (17012017)

Tobacco-Free Kids recently published the summary below of a study that estimated the impact of countries adopting MPOWER measures. The World Health Organization (WHO) established MPOWER in 2008 to help countries implement the ...

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Tobacco Control Seminars - February/March (FREE)

The Tobacco Control Unit/ WHO Collaborating Center on Tobacco Control, Barcelona invites everyone to join them at one of three upcoming Tobacco Control Seminars in February and March 2017.These Seminars are aimed ...

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Tobacco-Free Preconference -Save the Date! (18012017)

“New Way`s for the future – Looking back and thinking ahead”.This is the theme of the Tobacco-free preconference taking place on Wednesday, April 12th from 9.00 – 15.30 in Vienna. The preconference is ...

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Meet the ENSH-Global

ENSH-Global Network for Tobacco Free Healthcare Services (ENSH-Global) is an independent, international, non-profit association constituted under Swiss law

A global network of healthcare services and health professionals committed to implementing tobacco-free policies with the aim of delivering safe quality care in relation to tobacco for every service user, every time and everywhere.

Since its creation, ENSH-Global has developed a practice based and continuously evaluated set of standards for tobacco management in hospitals and health care facilities. 

Sharing of information and experiences, through coordinated activities is the main objective. During the last 10 years, the ENSH-Global concept has become an important advocacy tool to enhance the involvement of health professionals in tobacco control.


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