Salud, hostelería e industria del tabaco

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Abstract

To present the strategies used by the tobacco industry to meet government regulatory measures of its products. To demonstrate the relationship between tobacco industry and the hospitality sector. Note that the arguments and strategies used routinely by the hospitality industry have been previously provided by the tobacco industry. Location of key documents by meta-search, links to declassified documents, specific websites of the tobacco and hospitality industry, news sources and published articles in health journals. This review reveals the close relationship between tobacco industry and hospitality sector. It highlights the strategies carried out by the tobacco industry, including strategic hoarding of information, public relations, lobbying, consultation program, smoker defence groups, building partnerships, intimidation and patronage. The arguments and strategies used by the hospitality industry to match point by point that used by the tobacco industry. These arguments are refutable from the point of view of public health as it is scientifically proven that totally smoke-free environments are the only way to protect non-smokers from tobacco smoke exposure and its harmful effects on health. © 2011 Elsevier Espańa, S.L. Todos los derechos reservados.

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Abella Pons, F., Córdoba Garcia, R., & Suárez Bonel, M. P. (2012). Salud, hostelería e industria del tabaco. Atencion Primaria, 44(11), 676–681. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.aprim.2011.09.014

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