Tobacco & Nicotine: Public Health, Science, Policy, and Law

Self Paced


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Presented by Michigan Online

In “Tobacco & Nicotine: Public Health, Science, Policy, and Law,” a new course from Michigan Online, learners will explore the history of smoking and other tobacco and nicotine use, the individual and public health impact,  tobacco use prevalence trends in adults, youth and key subpopulations, and more. Hosted by lead instructor Cliff Douglas of the University of Michigan School of Public Health, the course features 19 experts in various tobacco control areas and issues.

This course is free for U-M alumni, students, faculty, and staff.

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