European Code Against Cancer
About the module
15 minutes long
Includes a final quiz
Includes links to references
About the lecturer
Dr Maria E. Leon
Former Scientist in the Section of Environment and Radiation at the International Agency for Research on Cancer
- Recognize why second-hand smoke is a cause of preventable illness and death and a cause of cancer in the world and the European Union (EU).
- Cite the attributable fraction of lung cancer due to second-hand smoke in the EU.
- Describe the evidence on the benefits of smoke-free environments.
- Outline the available and effective interventions/policies around smoke-free environments (e.g. WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control).
This module is part of a comprehensive online learning curriculum on the European Code Against Cancer, 4th edition.
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