Research data collection from satellite office in India
SJSM has established a satellite office in India. The specific responsibility of the office is to collect data on public health as per the recommendation of the SJSM faculty members. Some projects are related only to the specific conditions prevailing in India, some are designed as international projects aimed to compare conditions in different parts of the world, including Bonaire and Anguilla. Data thus obtained are processed and used to train students on the methodology of research and writing research papers.
In this issue we will present some interesting facts about smoking habits in India. India has a distinct tradition of enforcements against tobacco use initiated by the past kings and the religious leaders at different times in the history. Today however, India, the second most populous country in the world, is the world’s third largest producer and consumer of tobacco.
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