Tobacco is on pace to kill one billion people in the 21st Century and will continue to strain the world's healthcare systems well into the next century unless more is done. The Certificate in Global Tobacco Control from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, in conjunction with the Institute for Global Tobacco Control, prepares professionals, scientists and students to reduce and ultimately end the global burden of tobacco use.
This graduate-level certificate equips participants with skills and strategies necessary in supporting effective tobacco control policy development, implementation and evaluation. Participants go on to play key roles in anti-tobacco efforts around the globe at all levels of government, non-profit organizations, academic institutions, etc. Offered in a flexible, online format, working professionals can expand their public health expertise without disrupting their busy schedules.
The Certificate in Global Tobacco Control provides students with specialized skills and knowledge to work in the area of tobacco control. From research scientists to public health professionals and even members of international governments, graduates of the program obtain skills to reduce tobacco use within populations across the world.
With this flexible online program from the No. 1 school of public health, students will gain an in-depth understanding of the history and reach of the tobacco epidemic; the inner workings of the tobacco industry; proven strategies and methods for informing and educating individuals, communities, and countries; and much more.
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