Bloomberg Philanthropies Experts Discuss Central Role Of Data In Tobacco Control Initiative, Challenges Of Program Implementation

Health Affairs Blog: How Evidence Has Fueled Bloomberg Philanthropies’ Work In Tobacco Control
Kelly Henning, public health program lead at Bloomberg Philanthropies, and Jennifer Ellis, director of the Bloomberg Data for Health Initiative, discuss the central role data has played in helping Bloomberg Philanthropies approach its tobacco control work and highlight challenges the Bloomberg Initiative to Reduce Tobacco Use has faced (3/26).

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