SAVE THE DATE – WEDNESDAY 27th APRIL 2016 Developing tobacco-free policies for youth work settings and schools event

ash scotlandSAVE THE DATE – WEDNESDAY 27th APRIL 2016

Developing tobacco-free policies for youth work settings and schools event

Stirling Community Hospital Lecture Theatre, Livilands Gate, Stirling, FK82AU

NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde and ASH Scotland

This event will have a core them of supporting community youth groups and schools to develop and implement tobacco-free policies. Effective and consistent tobacco-free policies have a vital role to play in helping community youth groups and schools to create tobacco-free environments for young people.

Who should come along?

  • Are you a teacher looking to address tobacco issues within your school?
  • Are you a community youth worker looking for a project idea for the young people that you support?
  • Are you a health improvement practitioner looking for ideas to support your work in schools and community based youth groups?
  • Are you a public health researcher looking for examples of practical tobacco-free policy development?

The event programme will include contributions from teachers, community youth workers and health practitioners. They will share their experiences of how they have developed and implemented tobacco-free policies to support tobacco-free environments for young people.

Download the event flyer for further information and to register your interest in the event.

ash scotlandSAVE THE DATE – WEDNESDAY 27th APRIL 2016 

Developing tobacco-free policies for youth work settings and schools event 

Stirling Community Hospital Lecture Theatre, Livilands Gate, Stirling, FK82AU 

NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde and ASH Scotland

This event will have a core them of supporting community youth groups and schools to develop and implement tobacco-free policies. Effective and consistent tobacco-free policies have a vital role to play in helping community youth groups and schools to create tobacco-free environments for young people.

Who should come along?

  • Are you a teacher looking to address tobacco issues within your school?
  • Are you a community youth worker looking for a project idea for the young people that you support?
  • Are you a health improvement practitioner looking for ideas to support your work in schools and community based youth groups?
  • Are you a public health researcher looking for examples of practical tobacco-free policy development?

The event programme will include contributions from teachers, community youth workers and health practitioners. They will share their experiences of how they have developed and implemented tobacco-free policies to support tobacco-free environments for young people.

Download the event flyer for further information and to register your interest in the event.