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Systems Science: A Revolution in Public Health Policy Research
Lessons Learned From the Application of Systems Science to Tobacco Control at the National Cancer Institute
“Willful Misconduct”: How the US Government Prevented Tobacco-Disabled Veterans From Obtaining Disability Pensions
“Our Reach Is Wide by Any Corporate Standard”: How the Tobacco Industry Helped Defeat the Clinton Health Plan and Why It Matters Now
The “We Card” Program: Tobacco Industry “Youth Smoking Prevention” as Industry Self-Preservation
Advertising As a Force in Public Health Education
Jules Schevitz (1897-1922): Boy Wonder From Brooklyn
The Origins of Public Health Nursing: The Henry Street Visiting Nurse Service
An Actor-Network Theory Analysis of Policy Innovation for Smoke-Free Places: Understanding Change in Complex Systems
The Social Context of Adolescent Smoking: A Systems Perspective
The Tobacco Use Management System: Analyzing Tobacco Control From a Systems Perspective
The Next Public Health Revolution: Public Health Information Fusion and Social Networks
Sensitivity to Cigarette Prices Among Individuals With Alcohol, Drug, or Mental Disorders
Connecting Discovery and Delivery: The Need For More Evidence on Effective Smoking Cessation Strategies for People Living With HIV/AIDS
Epidemiology and Burden of Hepatitis A, Malaria, and Typhoid in New York City Associated With Travel: Implications for Public Health Policy
Exploring Scenarios to Dramatically Reduce Smoking Prevalence: A Simulation Model of the Three-Part Cessation Process
Global Tobacco Control Diffusion: The Case of the Framework Convention on Tobacco Control
SimSmoke Model Evaluation of the Effect of Tobacco Control Policies in Korea: The Unknown Success Story
Application of a System Dynamics Model to Inform Investment in Smoking Cessation Services in New Zealand
Social Network Structure of a Large Online Community for Smoking Cessation
Systems Analysis of Collaboration in 5 National Tobacco Control Networks
Changes in Age Trajectories of Smoking Experimentation During the California Tobacco Control Program
Tobacco Cessation via Public Dental Clinics: Results of a Randomized Trial
Clean Indoor Air Ordinance Coverage in the Appalachian Region of the United States
A Network Assessment of Community-Based Participatory Research: Linking Communities and Universities to Reduce Cancer Disparities
The Unmet Health Care Needs of Homeless Adults: A National Study
An Impact Evaluation of a Federal Mine Safety Training Regulation on Injury Rates Among US Stone, Sand, and Gravel Mine Workers: An Interrupted Time-Series Analysis
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