Philadelphia Department of Public Health
Summit on Tobacco-Free Campuses
The Philadelphia Department of Public Health, Get Healthy Philly Program invites you to attend:
A Summit on Tobacco-Free Campuses
Wednesday, May 2, 2018
1:00 to 3:30pm
801 Market Street, 11th floor
Philadelphia, PA 19107
Come join us for a discussion about a growing trend among colleges and universities locally and around the nation! Currently, over 2,100 colleges and universities in the U.S. have 100% smoke-free campus policies.
Over the last decade, eight (8) colleges and universities in Philadelphia have strengthened their smoke-free policies to protect the health of their campus communities and help re-set the norms around smoking! Will you be next?
The goal of this summit is to bring together leaders from universities and colleges to discuss, promote, encourage and help facilitate smoke-free campus policies in Philadelphia. The summit will provide a forum for participants to:
Hear from institutions in Philadelphia who have adopted smoke-free or tobacco-free policies;
Discuss policy options that meet the needs of the variety of campuses in Philadelphia;
Share ideas with leadership, faculty, administrators, HR, and students from other Institutions;
Receive follow-up technical assistance for implementing tobacco-free policies.
Agenda (subject to change)
1:00pm – 1:05pm Gather
1:05pm – 1:30pm Introduction & overview
1:30pm – 3:15pm Panel presentation, discussion, Q & A
(Featuring local smoke-free colleges & universities)
3:15pm – 3:25 pm Intern project / video screening
3:25pm – 3:30pm Closing remarks
This summit is intended for school leadership, representatives from student affairs and student health offices, HR staff, facilities managers, faculty, students and anyone interested in advocating for smoke-free policy on campus.
Please RSVP by April 20, 2018 to Elissa.Martel@Phila.gov.
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