In Era’s Medical College and Hospital affiliated to Era University, Nursing Department celebrated WORLD NO TOBACCO DAY.
The flash cards, flip charts, slogan posters and handbills were distributed to all patients and their relatives. This activity enhanced the awareness of danger and ill effects of tobacco on the human. Why a person gets addicted to it in an early age? Which organs get affected due to the usage of tobacco, For rehab helpline agencies like (HOPE) telephone numbers were distributed.
The awareness about tobacco uses to all ward Aaya and ward boys, sweepers and OPD patients and relatives we provided with the help of hand outs collaboration with (HOPE).
Ministry of health and family welfare made certain rules and regulations to ban the tobacco products for the manufacturer. Countries have committed to reducing premature death from NCDs by one-third by the year 2030 as part of the Sustainable Development Goals, as well as implementing the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco control (WHO FCTC).
Despite some progress, the world is off course from meeting its targets to reduce smoking and smokeless tobacco by the year 2025, a new WHO report revealed. Anti-smoking measures like Tobacco use has decreased in places such as Australia, Brazil and Britain, where anti-smoking measures include higher taxes, bans and health warnings.
Electronic cigarettes have also entered some markets. Published on May 31, the global No Tobacco Day, the report on global tobacco use trends said that that countries will reduce the prevalence of consumption by 22 percent, by 2025, instead of the intended 30 percent.