Substance abuse prevention in the university community –poster
The Substance abuse prevention in the university community –poster is intended for use in universities and universities of applied sciences. The poster features an infographic demonstrating what substance abuse prevention in a university entails.
The poster describes what substance abuse prevention in higher education entails and which measures to focus on at the structural, communal and individual levels in order for the harm prevention to be more effective.
The poster is available as a free download. The recommended printing size is A3.
This poster is also available in finnish and swedish:
In universities and universities of applied sciences, substance abuse prevention is a central part of work related to well-being and guidance. All members of the higher education community have their own role in substance abuse prevention: whether you are a study counsellor or planner, a teacher, a researcher, a tutor or a student, you can prevent the harm which substances cause to your community.
The poster describes substance abuse prevention in the higher education community and what measures should be focused on in order for the prevention to be more effective.
The materials were produced as part of the KUPLA “Students reforming substance use culture” project (2018–2020).
KUPLA was jointly organised by EHYT and Nyyti, and the aim of the project was to support the well-being of higher education students and their ability to study, improve the abilities of university and university of applied sciences communities to prevent harm caused by substance use, and promote communality and an accessible student culture.
KUPLA encourages open discussion regarding substance use and matters related to well-being-in university communities.