Antonella Zlatar with Minister for Well being Rachel Stephen-Smith. .

MELBA Copland Secondary College scholar, Antonella Zlatar has received the 15th Australian Medical Affiliation, ACT’s annual “Artwork In, Butt Out” competitors.

Well being Minister Rachel Stephen-Smith joined AMA president Prof Walter Abhayaratna in asserting the profitable entry yesterday (October 27).

The competitors is a long-running initiative of the AMA ACT and its Tobacco Process Power that sees 12 months 8 college students from round Canberra put their design and advertising expertise to the check to provide you with a poster aimed toward decreasing the variety of younger individuals who smoke.

Prof Abhayaratna mentioned: “‘Artwork In, Butt Out’ encourages younger individuals to consider their well being and well-being and to assist peer-to-peer schooling in regards to the harmfulness of smoking and tobacco merchandise… These college students know what motivates their buddies and most successfully persuade them to make the sensible alternative.”


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Ian Meikle, editor