WITSU Participate in encouraging people to quit smoking

On Wednesday 24th of HEAL Week, your Welfare Officer Darren and two Health Promotion students Emma and Nicola brought the Tobacco Free Positive Message campaign to WIT by spray painting busy spots around campus with the campaign stencil.

USing the message “Reach out for Help’, the campaign sets out to increase awareness and knowledge of the benefits of being tobacco-free.

For further information or for help on quitting smoking, please check outwww.quit.ie or contact your Welfare Officer Darren on welfare@witsu.ie



HEAL Week saw plenty of demonstrations, workshops and advice on how to kickstart a healthy lifestyle even with the stress of college life that can be on us at times. Check out the line up below to see what else we got up to during the week.





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