Tobacco Control and Public Health in Eastern Europe

International peer-reviewed open-access journal founded in honor of professor Ilya N. Andreev, the first coordinator of the coalition  ‘For smoke-free Tatarstan'

TCPHEE is intended to present research that will be important for shaping healthy public policy in low- and middle-income countries with a primary focus on the countries of the former Soviet Union.

TCPHEE covers all areas of Public Health with special regard to issues related to economic, demographic and epidemiologic transition, East-West differences, and development of Public Health and national health systems. As a multidisciplinary journal it aims at attracting contributions from epidemiology, health economics, social sciences (sociology of health), environmental health sciences, and other disciplines relevant to public health.


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Vol 5, No 1 (2015)

Table of Contents

Original article

Reduced Ignition Propensity cigarette regulations and decline in fires, fire injuries and fatalities in Canada PDF
Konstantin S Krasovsky 13-19
A Cross-Sectional Study Examining Adult Smoking Rates and Recent Quit Attempts in the Republic of Georgia PDF
Carla J Berg, Ana Aslanikashvili, Mamuka Djibuti 21-31

Literature review

Opioid substitution treatment in Ukraine: review of the published papers PDF
Alyona Mazhnaya, Zahedul Islam 1-12