Public Health campaigns

Each year the Public Health Resource Centre supports public health campaigns.

Leaflets and posters are or will be available for each campaign as well as supporting information such as useful websites and/or resources.

To maximise the impact of campaign messages, we encourage all of our customers to take part. If you would like to be notified about future campaigns, please contact us or subscribe to our mailing list.

The PHRC promotes campaigns led by Public Health England.  Other PHRC campaign sources include Health Education England and NHS Employers.

Smokefree Health Harms

The PHRC are supporting the following awareness-raising campaigns:

Public Health England has launched a new Smokefree Health Harms campaign to encourage the nation’s 7 million smokers to make a quit attempt this January.

The new TV advert illustrates how poisons from tar in cigarettes enter the bloodstream, spreading around the body in seconds, causing damage to major organs, as data reveals one person in England is admitted to hospital every minute with a smoking related illness.

You can support the ‘Smokefree’ campaign through your own local social media channels by sharing or retweeting #Smokefree social content. 

You can also order the following leaflets and posters from us, free of charge:
L310 - Join the millions who've quit smoking with our support
P729 - There's never been a better time to quit

Change 4 Life 100 calorie snacks

Find out about the #Change4Life campaign by visiting the C4L nutrition campaign page.

Protect Against STIs

This national sexual health campaign is targeted at young people, aged between 16 – 24 years old. The campaign aims to reduce rates of Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) through condom usage.  It will focus primarily on chlamydia and gonorrhoea, showcasing the spread and severe health issues these STIs can cause.

Rates of diagnoses of Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) remain high among young people, with rates of STI diagnoses in 15 - 24 year olds twice as high in men and seven times as high in women aged 25-59 years. In 2016, the majority (51%) of the new STI diagnosis were in young people aged 15-24.

The campaign is targeted at young people, with a particular focus on the younger end of the age group (16-19 year olds) and those with less sexual experience.

You can support the ‘Protect Against STIs’ campaign through your own local social media channels by sharing or retweeting #ProtectAgainstSTIs’ social content. 

You can also order the following leaflets and posters from us, free of charge:
L253 - Oral sex: looking after your sexual health
L255 - How to use a condom
L272 - The basics facts about STI’s
L273 - Chlamydia: looking after your sexual health
L274 - Gonorrhoea: looking after your sexual health
P703 - Chlamydia: worth talking about posters

Stay Well This Winter

Stay Well This Winter (SWTW) is a joint campaign from NHS England and Public Health England. It aims to ensure that people who are most at-risk of preventable emergency admission to hospital are aware of and, where possible, are motivated to take, actions that may avoid admission this winter.

You can support the ‘Stay Well This Winter’ campaign through your own local social media channels by sharing or retweeting #StayWellThisWinter social content/

You can also order the following leaflets and posters from us, free of charge:
L122 - The Flu vaccination: Winter 2017/18 – 11 page A5 sized booklet
L123 - All about flu and how to stop getting it – 8 page A4 sized EasyRead booklet
L125 - Protecting your child against flu – 12 page DL sized booklet
L127 - Pre-school immunisations: a guide to vaccinations for 3 to 5 year olds – 30 page A5 sized booklet
L129 - Pregnant? There are many ways to help protect you and your baby – 16 page DL sized booklet
L146 - Keep warm, stay well thermometer
P623 - 5 reasons to get your child vaccinated against flu – A3 poster
P626 - Got a child aged 2 or 3? – A3 poster
P634 - “Is your child flu safe?” Make sure they get the jab – A4 poster
P637 – Do you have: long term condition (flu) – A3 poster
P638 – Have you still not had your flu jab? – A3 poster
P639 – If you’re pregnant, you need a flu jab now – A3 poster
P640 – Which flu vaccine should children have? – A3 poster
P670 – Are you 65 or over? – A3 poster


 

 

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