1 edition of The tobacco atlas found in the catalog.
The tobacco atlas
Michael P. Eriksen
Written in English
|Statement||Michael Eriksen, Judith Mackay, Neil Schluger, Farhad Islami Gomeshtapeh, Jeffrey Drope|
|Contributions||Mackay, Judith, author, Schluger, Neil W., 1959- author, Islami, Farhad, author, Drope, Jeffrey, author|
|LC Classifications||G1046.J94 M3 2015|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||87|
|LC Control Number||2014049978|
A core component of The Tobacco Atlas series has always been the book’s Web companion, and the Fourth Edition is no different. The Atlas’s website has been updated with the new information and data visualizations, as well as a number of new tools, including the integration of sharing technology allowing users to instantly share the pages Cited by: 4. The Tobacco Atlas, Fifth Edition ("The Atlas"), and its companion mobile app and website , were unveiled by the American Cancer Society .
The Tobacco Atlas “When one has a thorough knowledge of both the enemy and This book is sold subject to the condition that it shall not by way of trade or otherwise, be lent, re-sold, hired out, or otherwise circulated without the publisher’s prior consent. The Tobacco Atlas book and website also lay out concrete calls-to-action for the steps that global citizens can take to fight the tobacco epidemic. It is well known that tobacco is the largest preventable cause of death in high-income countries like the United States, but The Tobacco Atlas also highlights the extensive damage that tobacco is.
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The Tobacco Atlas — a partnership between the American Cancer Society, Inc. and Vital Strategies — is a free online resource and companion book that map the nature and magnitude of the tobacco epidemic and chart a course toward clear, proven solutions.
The Tobacco Atlas. In the 18 years since the first edition, there have been many positive changes in tobacco control: overall tobacco consumption has finally started to edge down, though this change is uneven across the globe.
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This groundbreaking reference gives shape and meaning to statistics abou /5. Globally, tobacco has killed million people in the 20th century, much more than all deaths in World Wars I and II combined, and tobacco-related deaths will number around 1 billion in the 21st.
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Tobacco use is the largest preventable cancer risk factor. While global cigarette consumption and overall prevalence have been declining recently, success has been uneven. In countries with vigorous tobacco control policies, tobacco use has typically declined more.
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She is the coauthor of The Cancer Atlas and has published numerous papers and addressed many conferences on the subject of tobacco control. She has received several international awards for her work, including the British Medical Journal Group’s first Lifetime Achievement Award in First published inthis updated work uses maps, charts, and graphs to present data from the World Health Organization’s working groups that deal with tobacco.
Statistics and information on tobacco’s harmful effects, the types of tobacco products used, tobacco production, tobacco use, the influence of the tobacco industry, and the. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Revised edition of: The tobacco atlas / Omar Shafey [and others]. 3rd ed. c Description.
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Share This Facebook Twitter Linkedin Email Market Share Leaders By volume; or latest. This Atlas presents tobacco statistics from 22 GATS countries in a visual format—using data that cover nearly 60 per cent of the world’s population. Following the MPOWER framework, and incorporating the WHO FCTC Articles, it describes the range of tobacco products, and represents statistics on tobacco use, secondhand smoke exposure, cessation, warnings about the dangers of tobacco, bans.
Discover Shade Tobacco Museum in Havana, Florida: This small museum is dedicated to the history of Havana and Florida's once-booming tobacco industry. Get the Atlas Obscura book. The book offers maps and graphics to illustrate a wide range of international tobacco issues, exposes the behavior of the tobacco industry, and predicts the future course of the epidemic globally, including the Latin America region.
It also offers solutions to curbing the global usage of tobacco. Michael Eriksen, Sc.D., and Hana Ross, Ph.D., authors of The Tobacco Atlas, 4th Ed., discuss the importance of this publication. The Tobacco Atlas, 4th Edition American Cancer Society.