Yvette Van Der Eijk, PhD
|School||UCSF School of Medicine|
|Department||Cardiovascular Research Inst|
|Address||530 Parnassus Ave|
San Francisco CA 94143
|University of Surrey||BSc Biochemistry (Pharmacology) (Hons)||2009||Faculty for Health and Medical Sciences|
|National University of Singapore||PhD (Thesis: 'An Ethical Framework for Tobacco Control Policy')||2015||Centre for Biomedical Ethics|
My research interests are as follows:
- The use of human rights arguments to strengthen tobacco-free initiatives at the global policy level (e.g. WHO)
- The use of human rights and ethical arguments for more inclusive tobacco control advocacy, e.g. with young people and other groups commonly targeted by the tobacco industry
- Ways in which the tobacco industry and its front groups have used human rights, 'free choice' and other arguments to delay or undermine regulations on tobacco
- Human rights and ethical aspects of tobacco industry practice
- Human rights and ethical aspects of various tobacco control interventions
- New approaches to tobacco control, e.g. tobacco endgames, tobacco harm reduction
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