Harmful effects of tobacco have been recognized over the last 1000 years. Historically, three contemporary rulers, King James I of England, Shah Abbas of Persia and the Mughal emperor Jahangir of India (father of Shah Jehan, the builder of Taj Mahal) in 16th century had noticed the harmful effects of tobacco and tried to ban it. King James had commented on smoking as beingRead more
Research Interest: Smoking Adverse Health Effects, Smoking Cessation, Smoking and Public Health, Tobacco Control Policies, Smoking Attributable.
Biography: Medicine in 1984 at Tunis medical school. He was assistant professor in preventive medicine in 1997 at Tunis II University , after he was associate professor during the period of 2003 to Currently. He has a master of public health from the ¨université libre de bruxelle” in Belgium during 1994/1995 and a Diploma in “tabacologie” from Paris XI XII during 1999-2000, he is working as a head of department of research and heath education in National Institute of Public Health and associate professor at Tunis II University, he is working also be weekly at hospital as smoking cessation expert, he has authored about 40 research articles/books and honoured as the «Eminent Scientist of the Year 2003 by the International Research Promotion Council (IRPC)
Research Interest: Tobacco epidemiology and control, tobacco cessation, public health
Research Interest: Chest Disease
Research Interest: Oral Cancer; Oral Implantology; Oral Pathology.
Research Interest: Surveillance on the Incidence Non-Communicable
Disease Surveillance on the All Causes of Death, Tobacco Control Comprehensive Intervention
for Chronic Diseases Prevention.
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