Health Effects of Tobacco Secondhand Smoke
Health Effects of Tobacco Secondhand Smoke: focus on Children Health A Review of the Evidence and Self-Assessment [optional] is published: November 30, 2015 by School of Policy, Government and International Affairs George Mason University Arlington, Virginia, USA – WMA Cooperating Center.
This course can help to:
- Understand the robustness of the evidence supporting the health effects of tobacco second hand smoke (TSHS) in adults and children, and
- Explore intervention measures and legislations to minimize TSHS exposures of infants and children.
Please access MedEDirect, Inc here to register for CME credits, respond to self-assessment questions and fill out a survey. CME is offered free of charge.