CAsToR announces online course: “Tobacco & Nicotine: Public Health, Science, Policy, and Law”
The Center for the Assessment of Tobacco Regulations (CAsToR) at the University of Michigan and Georgetown is pleased to announce the launch of a Massive Open Online Course, "Tobacco & Nicotine: Public Health, Science, Policy, and Law" available now on Coursera. Through a series of lectures, interviews, readings, and assessments, the course tells the story of smoking and tobacco & nicotine product use, focusing on the United States while also presenting important information and insights relating to the global epidemic and key examples of the experiences of, and actions taken by, other nations. This online, asynchronous, seven-module course is designed to be taken over a seven-week period but can be completed at your own pace. You can opt to earn a certificate via Coursera for $49, or you can audit the course free of charge.
Hosted by lead instructor and CAsToR co-investigator Cliff Douglas of the University of Michigan School of Public Health, the course features 18 noted tobacco control experts via recorded lectures, original interviews, and a closing panel discussion on the future of tobacco control.
Posted: Thu May 23, 2023