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E-Cigarettes: Opinion Poll + US Summit Report

By Sarah Dick

We would like to know your views on this issue! Please take our short e-cigarette poll. Your responses will be anonymous.  Recently, leaders in the tobacco control community gathered in Washington DC for the 2nd “US E-Cigarette Summit”.  The one-day meeting attracted more than 200 participants from the US and beyond, including the tobacco industry as well […]

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Q&A: Global Bridges grantee discusses tobacco dependence treatment and advocacy efforts in Macedonia

By Global Bridges

The Global Bridges team connected with Marija Zdraveska, M.D., MMsci, primary investigator of the Collaborative Development of a Continuing Education Program to Train Healthcare Providers on Tobacco Cessation Counseling in the Republic of Macedonia and president of the Macedonian Respiratory Society, to learn more about her team’s Global Bridges-funded project.

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عقد مركز الحسين للسرطان أول برنامج تدريبي خارج الولايات المتحدة الأمريكية معتمد عالميا لعلاج الادمان على التبغ

By Global Bridges EMR

عقد مكتب مكافحة السرطان في مركز الحسين للسرطان أول برنامج تدريبي لعلاج الإدمان على التبغ، في الفترة ما بين 18 و22 من شهر آذار 2018، والذي سيمكن المتدربين المستكملين لمتطلباته الحصول على شهادة معتمدة عالميا من “مجلس اعتماد تدريب علاج الادمان على التبغ CTTTP “تؤهلهم كأخصائيين لعلاج الادمان على التبغ (TTS). وقال الدكتور فراس هواري، […]

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Global Bridges program evaluation published in Journal of Environmental and Public Health

By Global Bridges

A descriptive evaluation of the Global Bridges grant funding program initiated in 2014 was published in the Journal of Environmental and Public Health this week. The research article, Tobacco Dependence Treatment Grants: A Collaborative Approach to the Implementation of WHO Tobacco Control Initiatives, describes the first international funding program that has emphasized the role of treatment of tobacco dependence as an integral part of comprehensive tobacco control efforts and highlights the direct results of 19 projects in low- and middle-income countries across all World Health Organization regions.

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Global Bridges grantees recognized by Bloomberg Philanthropies for collaborative tobacco dependence treatment capacity building, advocacy efforts

By Global Bridges

Seventy-eight percent of Mexico’s 14.9 million smokers want to quit, according to a National Situation Analysis, but tobacco dependence treatment needs a stronger foundation to help them. Global Bridges is thrilled to congratulate the Fundación Interamericana del Corazón México (FIC Mexico) team for receiving a Bloomberg Philanthropies Award for Global Tobacco Control at the 2018 World Conference on Tobacco or Health in recognition of their work to help make treatment more accessible.

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