Could you contribute to Healthy Trinity through your work?
Could you do a project on Tobacco Free Trinity as part of your undergraduate or postgraduate work? Maybe something to do with attitudes to smoking, the effects of cigarette waste on water systems, the representation of smoking in 19th century literature. You'll have better ideas than us and we would love to hear them.
We can't take on every idea we hear, because of limited resources, but we would really like to work wiht you if we can. We've had brilliant projects completed by students in the past. Some examples below.
Are you running a course or doing research that could contribute to Healthy Trinity's Tobacco work? Could your students complete assignments on Tobacco Free Trinity? Are you aware of a research funding call that you'd like to work with us on or that might help us get work done. Maybe you can think of another way to work with Healthy Trinity. We'd love to hear from you. Our resource aren't what we'd like them to be but we'd be grateful to hear your ideas and would do our best to work with you to make them happen. Some examples of how Academics have worked with Healthy Trinity in the past are below.
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A 2nd year student created this smoking and the environment campaign as part of her undergraduate work with the School of Medicine.
Fourth year business students created the No Ifs or Butts campaign to highlight the damage tobacco does to the environment. You can view it on Instagram here.
Prof. Sarah Browne in Trinity Business School who is the course co-ordinator for the MSc Social Marketing has incorpoated Healthy Trinity into her student assignments for two years. MSc students have created Social Marketing campaigns related to Tobacco Free Trinity, Social smoking, Tobacco Waste, Tobacco's effect on the Environment and more. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
Three second year students completed a survey of social smoking amongst Trinity students as part of their undergraduate work with the School of Medicine and in partnership with Healthy Trinity. They went on to publish a paper on their findings with Trinity staff. Healthy Trinity is using the paper to influence national data collection.
A Masters student was completing a Living Lab experiment using smoking voting bins in 2019 but it could not be completed due to COVID-19.