A free online course from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health can help amplify efforts to reduce tobacco use

BALTIMORE, February 21, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Join the thousands of tobacco control professionals around the world who have expanded their knowledge of key issues by taking the free online course Global Tobacco Control: Learning from the Experts from the Institute for Global Tobacco Control at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.

Join the thousands of tobacco control professionals around the world who have expanded their knowledge of key issues by taking the free online course Global Tobacco Control: Learning from the Experts from the Institute for Global Tobacco Control from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.

The course is available in Mandarin and lets you work at your own pace on desktop computers or mobile devices for added convenience. Engaging graphics and expert lessons provide an entry point for advocates, policymakers, and other interested professionals looking for a foundation in tobacco control.

“The course was extremely detailed and informative. The case studies were a great way to better understand the issue,” said a recent course participant.

With six thematic modules, the course covers important topics in tobacco control, including learning how to prevent harm as tobacco products change and evolve. A certificate of completion is available for all who complete the entire course.

The course is part of a distinguished suite of existing free online courses taken by over 6,700 participants from over 100 countries around the world. The negative impacts of smoking on COVID-19 outcomes provide an additional compelling reason and added sense of urgency for people to stop using tobacco products. Learn more about other English course offerings.

SOURCE Institute for Global Tobacco Control, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health