Yvette Van Der Eijk, PhD
|University of Surrey||BSc Biochemistry (Pharmacology) (Hons)||Faculty for Health and Medical Sciences||2009|
|National University of Singapore||PhD (Thesis: 'An Ethical Framework for Tobacco Control Policy')||Centre for Biomedical Ethics||2015|
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
Tobacco control policy, tobacco endgames, tobacco harm reduction, tobacco industry, human rights, public health ethics, health inequalities, social determinants of health, addiction
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