A framework for developing an evidence-based, comprehensive tobacco control program

@inproceedings{Rosen2010AFF,
  title={A framework for developing an evidence-based, comprehensive tobacco control program},
  author={Laura J Rosen and Elliot Rosenberg and Martin McKee and Shosh Gan-Noy and Diane Levin and Elana Mayshar and Galia Shacham and John F. Borowski and Gabi Bin Nun and Boaz Lev},
  booktitle={Health research policy and systems},
  year={2010}
}
BACKGROUND Tobacco control is an area where the translation of evidence into policy would seem to be straightforward, given the wealth of epidemiological, behavioural and other types of research available. Yet, even here challenges exist. These include information overload, concealment of key (industry-funded) evidence, contextualization, assessment of population impact, and the changing nature of the threat. METHODS In the context of Israel's health targeting initiative, Healthy Israel 2020… CONTINUE READING