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Help Us Help You - Primary Care Services

Campaigns to encourage the best use of primary care services, including general practice, community pharmacy and dentistry. They are designed to increase knowledge of the range of services available and how to access them.

Campaign details

Target audience: Adults, Men, Healthcare professionals, Minority ethnic group, Parents-to-be, Parents and children, People with long-term conditions, Students and teachers, Women, Young adults

Topics: NHS

Help Us Help You - Primary Care Services campaigns

  • NHS General Practice Team

    This campaign aims to raise awareness of the different health professionals working in general practice teams who are helping patients get the right care, more easily, first time. Here is a range of assets available to support the campaign and they can be used from launch on Thursday 19 October 2023.

  • Think Pharmacy First

    The 'Think pharmacy first' campaign launched on 19 February.

    The campaign will increase public awareness that pharmacists can provide some prescription medicines if needed, without seeing a GP.

  • General Practice Access Routes

    Helping patients to understand the ways they can contact a GP practice.

  • General Practice - Enhanced Access

    Materials to promote Enhanced Access in General Practice

  • NHS Dental Practice Recall

    Personalised recall intervals mean that patients with good oral health may not need a dental appointment as often as those with poor oral health and dental teams can focus on patients with higher needs in a timely way.

  • NHS Staff Respect

    The 2021 NHS Staff Survey for England found that 27.5% of NHS Staff experienced harassment, bullying or abuse from patients, service users, their relatives or other members of the public in the last 12 months.

  • GP Registration Resources

    Resources to encourage those not registered with a GP practice to register with their local practice.

  • NHS Pharmacy Contraception Service

    Public-facing marketing materials for pharmacies to use to promote the NHS Pharmacy Contraception Service.

  • Say you served

    The purpose of this campaign is to encourage veterans to let their GP practice know they have served in the UK Armed Forces; it's important to ‘say you served’.

Published: 7 March 2023