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Title/subtitleAuthors/ source/ publisherDate added to libraryYear published
A civil society benchmark report: Responses to NCDs in East AfricaEast African NCD Alliance 20 April 20172014
New issues and age-old challenges: a review of young people’s relationship with tobaccoRoy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation 20 April 20172017
The Licensing Act 2003: post-legislative scrutiny. Report of Session 2016–17House of Lords Select Committee 19 April 20172017
Online support: investigating the role of public online forums in mental healthCentre for the Analysis of Social Media (CASM) at Demos in partnership with The King’s Fund19 April 20172017
The Bill China Cannot Afford The Health, Economic, and Social Costs of China’s Tobacco Epidemic World Health Organization and United Nations Development Programme19 April 20172017
Senior Programme Manager (International Tobacco Control)Cancer Research UK12 April 20172017
Introduction to the social determinants of healthRoyal College of Physicians12 April 20172017
Obesity Action Scotland: BriefingsObesity Action Scotland12 April 2017-
Physical Inactivity Report 2017British Heart Foundation12 April 20172017
Health technology assessment (HTA) of smoking cessation interventions 22 March 2017Health Information and Quality Authority11 April 20172017

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