World No Tobacco Day 2007
Melbourne, Australia, 1 June 2007
Promoting World No Tobacco Day via webpage.
100% Smoke-Free Health Service
Riverland Region of South Australia, Australia, 31 May 2007
Smokers and non-smokers are invited to make Riverland Regional Health Service SMOKEFREE for WNTD. Staff members who register receive kits as smokers or non-smoking supporters. The event is designed to stimulate discussion in relation to all sites across the health service going smoke-free permanently.
World No Tobacco Day 2007 Katherine High Smoke-free School
Katherine, Australia, 30-31 May 2007
Awareness raising on the effects of tobacco including school wide assembly speech, the day will be in the bulleting of the class, there will be brochures and posters displayed, and a school lunchtime stall.
Contact: Sacha Boyce, email@example.com
World No Tobacco Day
Southport, Australia, 31 May 2007
Encouraging no smoking at bars with promotions, prizes and posters
Smoking Cessation Campaign
Queensland, Australia, 31 May 2007
As part of the pre-registration pharmacist training programme, the pharmacy is holding this campaign and will make available information on smoking cessation aids (Nicotine Replacement Therapy), smoking cessation starter kits, advice on how to improve your chances of quitting.
Contact: Ravi Singh, firstname.lastname@example.org
Media Launch of Smoke Free Policy Initiative
Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, 31 May 2007
Royal Hobart Hospital will launch a package of initiatives at a major media event. CEO Dr Craig White, will announce a major blitz on smoking on the hospital site now that our Tobacco Control Officers have been appointed. He will also launch a leaflet outlining the hospital's smoke-free policy, which came into effect under State Government legislation.
Launch of Youth Smoking Prevention and Cessation Resource Pack
ACT, Australia, 31 May 2007
The Cancer Council ACT (TCCACT) President, Dr Kevin White, will launch a comprehensive youth smoking prevention and cessation resource pack for ACT high schools to assist them in tackling youth smoking. Dr White will also announce a school competition for students to brand this Pack by designing a tag-line or small artwork. This Pack was developed as a partnership project between TCCACT, ACT Health, and the ACT Department of Education and Training.
World No tobacco Day - Student Display
Adelaide, Australia, 28 May - 6 June 2007
It is a student display, promoting the World No Tobacco Day and anti-smoking initiative, organized by a local TAFE student as a part of her Library Studies Course.
Contact: Tamara Van Hees, email@example.com
Awareness of the Effects of Smoking with Employees
Bundoora, Australia, 27-31 May 2007 We promoted World No Tobacco day. We sent out a questionaire about a Smoke Free Workplace and promoted QUIT. We also put up posters.
Contact: Joy Adcock, firstname.lastname@example.org
Spot the smoker
Palm Island Queensland, Australia, 28-31 May 2007
Local radio station will inform community on the event of 28/05/2007. Children (10 - 15 years old) will spot smokers in public and give them the spot information about smoking. This information will be billed as a pretend fine for smoking on WNTD.
Contact: Raymond Armit, email@example.com
Becomming a Totally Smoke-Free environment Hospital
Melbourne, Australia, 31 May 2007 - 31 December 2010
We are the first metropolitan hospital to go Totally Smoke Free (in Victoria).