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Institute for Global Tobacco Control


Waterpipe Secondhand Smoke Exposure: Characterization of Environmental Toxicants and Tobacco Biomarkers

This project examines the extent of secondhand smoke exposure from waterpipes in public places in Egypt, Turkey and the Russian Federation, based on both air quality and biomarker measurements.

A Review of Smoking Policies in Airports Around the World

This research reviewed smoking policies of major international airports to compare airport policies with corresponding national tobacco control legislation, and to identify areas of improvement for smoke-free policies in airports.

Assessing Compliance with Smoke-free Laws

The second edition of this how-to guide for conducting compliance studies provides insights for experienced researchers as well as comprehensive study design and assessment guidance for those who are examining compliance for the first time. This guide was a collaboration of the International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease, the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids and the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.