Taking action on smoking and health
Scotland’s colleges and universities can make practical changes to create smoke-free campuses. In doing so they can gain recognition and create learning environments that support physical and mental wellbeing and prevent ill health.
Creating a smoke-free culture on campus is central to institution’s duty of care towards all students and staff and supports wider goals such as improving attainment, student retention and improving outcomes.
ASH Scotland’s new range of resources supports colleges and universities to create learning environments that support physical and mental wellbeing and prevent ill health.
The practical resources, tools and templates take institutions step-by-step through the process of delivering a smoke-free campus policy. They have been designed to inspire positive changes on campus and support institutions to improve student and staff wellbeing. Visit www.befree.scot/colleges-universities/ to explore the resources.
For more information read our blog or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Healthy Body Healthy Mind supports colleges and universities in improving student and staff well-being and inspires positive changes on campus. In receiving an Award, institutions demonstrate how they are encouraging sport and physical activity, a smoke-free culture and good mental health.
For more information visit http://www.scottishstudentsport.com/mentalhealth/
To confirm your interest simply complete the online form and then we will be in touch with you on how to take your next steps.
Action on Smoking & Health (Scotland) (ASH Scotland) is a registered Scottish charity (SC 010412) and a company limited by guarantee(Scottish company no 141711). The registered office is 8 Frederick Street, Edinburgh EH2 2HB.
ASH Scotland acknowledges with thanks the support of the British Heart Foundation and the Scottish Government in developing our website.