Anti-Smoking Environment: A Perspective from Murray’s Psychogenic Needs Theory

  title={Anti-Smoking Environment: A Perspective from Murray’s Psychogenic Needs Theory},
  author={Kokku Randheer and Mohammad A. Almotairi and Haseebullah Abdul Naeem},
  booktitle={Global journal of health science},
Smoking emerged as a social problem in many nations. Smoking is inflicting injuries to society including addiction, diseases, health damage, and loss of productivity. Individuals, institutions and governments are working to contain the menace of smoking. Many policies, programs and activities are being designed and implemented. To extend a helping hand to fight against smoking this study brought to light the amalgamation of Murray's psychogenic needs theory with anti-smoking activities to… CONTINUE READING
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