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HSE and USI ask students to think about drug safety measures

The HSE and Union of Students in Ireland (USI) ask students to think about drug safety measures when using club drugs.

 Throughout the second semester of college, both the HSE and USI will share harm reduction messages, as part of their ‘Safer Student Nights’  initiative

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As part of the campaign, leaflets outlining harm reduction messages for MDMA, ketamine and cocaine will be distributed to third level students across Ireland. Social media has become one of our most important channels to directly communicate with our target audiences. A bespoke social media partner pack with sample tweets and new images has been developed and shared with our partner agencies.

Key Messages

There are always risks when taking drugs. It is always safer not to use at all, but if you do, follow harm reduction information to help reduce the harms.

Download the campaign resources here

Posted by drugs.ie on 02/04 at 11:15 AM in
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