Submitted by Anne Rucchetto
Deadline August 9, 2012
The South West Local Health Integration Network (LHIN), is one of 14 local organizations that have been created in Ontario to plan, coordinate and fund local health services, including hospitals, community care access centres (CCACs), long-term care homes, community health centres (CHCs), community support service agencies, and mental health and addictions agencies. The office of the South West LHIN is located in London, Ontario.
II The Tobacco Industry as Disease Vector
III The Framework Convention on Tobacco Control and Article 5.3 Guidelines
IV Theme of World No Tobacco Day 2012 Is Tobacco Industry Interference
V Evidence of Tobacco Industry Interference in Canada and Violations of Article 5.3 Guidelines
VI Conclusions and Recommendations
VIII Key Resources for Further Investigation
II The Canadian Situation
- By Simon Komo, a Bloc-Notes contributor
[Translator's Note: All quotations in this text are unofficial translations from the French originals.]
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II Public Health Interventions
III Public Health Laws
IV Public Protest
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Source: Medicine and law, 19(4), 737-751
Author: Kaiser, A., Strike, C., & Ferris, L. E. (2000)