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Literature review of interventions to reduce the burden of harm from tobacco smoking, poor nutrition, alcohol misuse and physical inactivity

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  • Leonie Segal

    (Centre for Health Economics, Monash University)

  • Andrew Dalton

    (Centre for Health Economics, Monash University)

  • Iain Robertson

    (Centre for Health Economics, Monash University)

  • Michelle Scollo

    (VicHealth, Centre for Tobacco Control)

  • Anita Lal

    (VicHealth, Centre for Tobacco Control)

  • Jane Simms

    (Department of General Practice, University of Melbourne)

  • Julia Fawcett

    (National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre)

  • Jenny Gates

    (National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre)

  • Fiona Shand

    (National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre)

  • Richard Mattick

    (National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre)

  • Chris Doran

    (National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre)

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Paper provided by Monash University, Centre for Health Economics in its series Centre for Health Economics Research Papers with number 14/06.

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Length: 172 pages
Date of creation: Apr 2005
Handle: RePEc:mhe:cherps:2006-14
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