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SBC-Atlanta Imaging Program Smoking Cessation In-Service

March 17, 2014 SBC-Atlanta 0 Comments

Students loved participating in the smoking cessation in service. Students were asked to make a visual aid and a 2 minute "elevator speech" to inform people why smoking is harmful to the body. The DMS program focused on the damage done to all organs while the CVS focused on the damage smoking does to the heart and vasculature of the body. Students were given pledges to have candidates sign stating that they would refrain from smoking on Valentine's Day. One day without smoking can be enough to start a person on the path to quitting. Students and faculty were encouraged to get a minimum of 6 pledges and there was a prize for the person with the most pledges. The grand winner had a whopping 126 pledges!!!!!!!! We had 100% participation and the students enjoyed this event.


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