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Using science to inform policy : facilitator guide / case study : secondhand smoke exposure in country X
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    Working in small groups, participants will apply what they learned in the course “Using Science to Inform Policy” to the issue of secondhand smoke exposure in “Country X.” This case study should take approximately 4 1⁄2 hours to complete, plus an additional 40-60 minutes for presentations, assuming that five groups present in a classroom setting. Using Science to Inform Policy. Atlanta, Georgia: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC); 2013. science-to-inform-policy-cs_-fg_final_09262013.pdf
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