Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences


POPLHLTH 774 - Addictive Consumptions and Public Health

15 Points

Semester 2
Tamaki

Description


Focuses on the extensive health impacts of addictive consumptions, particularly in relation to the legalised consumptions of tobacco, alcohol and gambling. Outlines applications of public health principles to reducing harm from these consumptions. Critically examines the role of corporate industrial complexes in promoting these consumptions and in preventing policy and legislative reforms.

Requisites


Restriction: POPLPRAC 709

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