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  • January 15, 2021 from 12:30pm to 2:00pm

This presentation by Dr. Michael Chaiton will discuss how change is a function of population-level causes.

Over the past 50 years smoking prevalence has declined dramatically in Canada and other countries. Much of the success of tobacco control can be attributed to population-based interventions such as taxation and smoke-free laws. This talk will explore the hypothesis that all population health changes must be due to changes in the political, social, and regulatory environments as population change cannot emerge from individual-level interventions.

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