Global Bridges is a worldwide science-based initiative to help healthcare professionals treat tobacco dependence and advocate for effective tobacco control policies.
We receive funding and in-kind support from multiple sources, which include Mayo Clinic, the American Cancer Society, the King Hussein Cancer Center, national and subnational governmental agencies, and an unrestricted grant from Pfizer Medical Education Group.
Global Bridges, hosted by Mayo Clinic, brings together healthcare professionals with complementary expertise to build awareness about the harms of tobacco use, enhance access to proven treatment methods, adapt to regional needs and increase the pace of skill development throughout each of the World Health Organization’s six regions
Our objectives are to:
- Build connections and create opportunities to share treatment and advocacy expertise among network members within and across regions.
- Provide state-of-the-art, evidence-based training in treatment and advocacy to network members.
- Support implementation of the WHO’s Framework Convention on Tobacco Control, helping Party nations to protect their citizens from the harms of tobacco.
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