Access resources: New tobacco cessation campaign

April 11, 2014

Alberta Health Services' Tobacco Reduction Program is launching a spring tobacco cessation campaign entitled “Keep Trying." The campaign runs from March 24-April 20.

The “Keep Trying” campaign focuses on single women aged 25-44. It acknowledges relapse and focuses on inspiring and empowering women to keep trying on their cessation journey, even if they have tried before and have not been successful.

Campaign media will take place in both rural and urban settings.

There are three themed posters available for order through the regular AlbertaQuits online resource order catalog. The posters are available in both 13x17 and 8.5x11 sizes.

QUESTIONS?

 

If you would like more information regarding this campaign, or have any questions or comments, please contact: Tobacco Reduction Program (T 780.422.1350; Email - tru@albertahealthservices.ca).

If you receive any inquires from your local media regarding this campaign, please direct the questions or request to: Heather Kipling, Communications Advisor (T 403.341.8687; Email - heather.kipling@albertahealthservices.ca).

 

The Alberta Medical Association stands as an advocate for its physician members, providing leadership & support for their role in the provision of quality health care.