Smoking Cessation Programme


Smoking is the leading cause of preventable diseases with smoking-related mortality on the rise. A vast majority of smokers wish to quit but often find it difficult to do so.

The workshop aims to provide information to increase awareness of the harmful effects of tobacco use on one's health and the impact on expenditure of tobacco consumption.

Learn how to set realistic goals towards a smoke-free plan and overcome obstacles to stay tobacco-free.

Making the decision to quit smoking is the single most important step that a smoker can take to enhance the quality of one's life. Make this first step today and register your interest.

*This workshop is open to individuals committed to begin a tobacco-free lifestyle or been encouraged by the university to attend. Individuals who have received recurrent notifications for smoking on campus may attend this workshop just once.

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