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Campaigns

Our campaigns and resources cover a range of health topics, including healthy eating, accessing NHS services and quitting smoking.

Latest campaign updates

Think Pharmacy First Campaign

The 'Think pharmacy first' campaign will increase public awareness that pharmacists can provide some prescription medicines if needed, without seeing a GP. Campaign materials feature earache, insect bites and urinary tract infections (UTIs) for women aged 16-64. Further assets coming soon.

  • Help Us Help You - Heart Attack, Stroke and Hypertension

    Campaigns to increase earlier action on the signs of a heart attack or stroke to improve outcomes and save lives. This area also includes materials to raise awareness of the risks associated with hypertension (high blood pressure).

  • Help Us Help You - NHS Talking Therapies

    Campaign to increase use of NHS Talking Therapies for people experiencing feelings of anxiety or depression

  • NHS App

    Campaign to encourage use of the NHS App, by increasing awareness of the App and its functionality and driving knowledge of the key benefits to using it to access NHS health and care services at your fingertips.

  • Op COURAGE Awareness Campaign

    Op COURAGE is a a campaign to raise awareness of Op COURAGE: The Veterans Mental Health and Wellbeing Service and as a result, increase the number of people using the service.

  • Help Us Help You - NHS 111

    The NHS 111 campaign encourages people to use the NHS 111 service when they have an urgent but not life-threatening medical need.

  • Help Us Help You - Primary Care Services

    Campaigns to encourage the best use of primary care services which include general practice, community pharmacy and dentistry.

  • Prescription savings campaign

    This campaign aims to raise awareness of the two prescription money saving schemes available to patients: the Prescription Prepayment Certificate and the Low Income Scheme.

  • Winter vaccinations

    This autumn/winter, flu vaccination and COVID-19 boosters will be critical to maximising uptake of both vaccines amongst eligible groups.

  • Reducing Length of Stay (RLOS)

    The national ‘Where best next?’ campaign from NHS England and NHS Improvement aims to help deliver a reduction in long-stay patients.

  • Reducing long stays: Empowering patients

    The national ‘When am I going home?’ campaign from NHS England and NHS Improvement aims to reduce the length of time long-stay patients spend in hospital. By long we mean people who have been in hospital for three weeks or more.

  • Help Us Help You - Cancer

    Campaigns to encourage earlier diagnosis of cancer and uptake of screening.

  • We Are The NHS

    Covers NHS recruitment campaigns for both local and international audiences.

  • Help Us Help You - Vaccinations

    Campaigns to encourage uptake of vaccinations.

  • Healthier You NHS Diabetes Prevention Programme

    A free programme helping people to reduce their risk of type 2 diabetes.

  • Group A Strep

    These materials are intended to inform parents and carers about the symptoms of iGAS in babies and children, what to look out for and what action to take if they are concerned.

  • When Am I Going Home?

    Part of the Reducing Length of Stay programme to reduce the time long-stay patients are in hospital.

  • Turn To Us, We Are Here

    Raising awareness of the important role of NHS sexual assault referral centres.

  • For A Greener NHS

    Empowering NHS staff to come together to help create a greener, more sustainable NHS.

  • Monkeypox

    Building awareness and a better understanding of monkeypox and encouraging people to take action if they think they have it.