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From Cells to Society: The Multidisciplinary Nature of Tobacco Control. Michael Chaiton [email protected] Why Focus on Tobacco?. Reducing tobacco use offers the greatest potential for immediate impact at the population-level. Tobacco Problem in Canada.

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why focus on tobacco
Why Focus on Tobacco?

Reducing tobacco use offers the greatest potential for immediate impact at the population-level.

tobacco problem in canada
Tobacco Problem in Canada

Smoking, along with other forms of tobacco use, remains the leading cause of illness and death in western societies.

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Tobacco Problem in Canada

In 2002, smoking accounted for 17% of all deaths in Canada

21% for men and 12% for women.

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Tobacco Problem in Canada

Tobacco use is responsible for three times as many deaths as the combined total of alcohol, drugs, suicide, homicide, injuries sustained from car crashes, and AIDS.

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Tobacco Problem in Canada

37,000 Deaths

515,607 Years of Life Lost

2,210,155 hospital days

Cancer was the leading cause of death (17,679 deaths) followed by cardiovascular disease (10,853) and respiratory disease (8,282)

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ENVIRONMENT

VECTOR

AGENT

HOST

Framework
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Environment

Mosquito

Parasite

Person

Framework
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Environment

Tob Ind

Cigs

Person

Framework
slide16

Agent Lectures

  • The cigarette (Kaiserman)
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Vector Lectures

  • Marketing (Dewhirst)
  • Contraband (Perley)
  • Tobacco and activism (Mahood)
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Host Lectures

  • Health effects (Ferrence)
  • Comorbidity (Wing)
  • Addiction (Clarke; O’Loughlin)
  • Genetics (Tyndale)
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Host Lectures

  • Medical interventions (Selby)
  • Psychology of smoking (Hammond)
  • Fertility (Holloway)
  • Physical Activity (Faulkner)
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Environment Lectures

  • Cessation interventions (McDonald)
  • Policy (Fong)
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Environment Lectures

  • Smoking and the Movies (Glantz)
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Environment Lectures

  • Mass Media (Wakefield)
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Environment Lectures

  • Economics (Chaloupka)
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Environment Lectures

  • Global issues (Cohen)
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Environment Lectures

  • Thirdhand Smoke (Matt)
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