Public Health leaflets and posters

We stock leaflets and posters on a wide variety of public health topics so whatever topic you require resources, we are likely to have something that will be useful to you.

Topics include:

  • mental health
  • healthy eating
  • sexual health
  • immunisations
  • domestic violence
  • substance use
  • accident prevention
  • health inequalities

You can also visit the PHRC to look through physical copies of the leaflets and posters we have have in stock. All of the leaflets and posters that we stock can also be found on the Leeds Libraries for Health library catalogue.

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Safety

Firework safety

Follow Ben for a safe fireworks night (P608)

ID: P608   

Corporate author: Department for Business, Innovation & Skills   

Publication information: London: Department for Business, Innovation and Skills, 2008   

Physical description: 1 poster, 60x42cm.   

Summary: This poster highlights what is needed to have a safe fireworks nights, including keeping pets indoors; never giving sparklers to under fives; standing well back from fireworks; and ensuring only adults handle fireworks.   

Subject areas: Accident prevention, Child safety, Firework safety   

Child safety

5-7s: top safety tips for parents and carers (L107)

ID: L107   

Corporate author: Child Accident Prevention Trust   

Publication information: London: Child Accident Prevention Trust, 2009   

Physical description: 6 page, 1 leaflet, 21x10cm.   

Summary: This leaflet contains information for parents and carers on how to keep five to seven year olds out of danger. It covers out and about; falls; burns and scalds; house fires; drowning; choking and suffocation; and cuts.   

Subject areas: Accident prevention, Child safety, Children   

7-11s: top safety tips for parents and carers (L108)

ID: L108   

Corporate author: Child Accident Prevention Trust   

Publication information: London: Child Accident Prevention Trust, 2009   

Physical description: 6 page, 1 leaflet, 21x10cm.   

Summary: This leaflet contains information for parents and carers on how to keep seven to eleven year olds out of danger. It covers falls; road safety; cycle safety; in the car; drowning; cuts; burns and scalds; house fires; choking and strangulation.   

Subject areas: Accident prevention, Child safety, Children   

Always cross where you can see what's coming (P602)

ID: P602   

Corporate author: Department for Transport   

Publication information: UK: Department for Transport, 2009   

Physical description: 1 poster, 30x21cm.   

Summary: Colour poster depicting a boy with an arm in a sling, with the message 'Don't be like the boy who didn't look for a safe place to cross. Always cross where you can see what's coming'.   

Subject areas: Accident prevention, Children, Road safety   

Babies: top safety tips for parents and carers (L105)

ID: L105   

Corporate author: Child Accident Prevention Trust   

Publication information: London: Child Accident Prevention Trust, 2018   

Physical description: 6 page, 1 leaflet, 21x10cm.   

Summary: This leaflet contains information for parents and carers on how to keep babies out of danger. It covers falls; house fires; burns and scalds; choking and suffocation; strangulation; drowning; poisoning; and out and about.   

Subject areas: Accident prevention, Child safety, Babies   

Dress brightly and be seen (P604)

ID: P604   

Corporate author: Department for Transport   

Publication information: UK: Department for Transport, 2010   

Physical description: 1 poster, 30x21cm.   

Summary: Colour poster depicting a girl with a neck brace, with the message 'Don't be like the girl who didn't dress bright in the dark. Make sure cars can see you. Dress brightly & be seen'.   

Subject areas: Accident prevention, Children, Road safety   

Getting there safely (L103)

ID: L103   

Corporate author: Safer Roads West Yorkshire   

Publication information: West Yorkshire: Safer Roads West Yorkshire, no date   

Physical description: 2 page, 1 spinner, 13x13cm.   

Summary: This two-sided spinner, provides child car seat safety information and is suitable for parents and carers of children aged from 0 through to 12. The spinner, also provides tips for buying and using car seats.   

Subject areas: Child safety, Safety, Road safety   

How safe is your child at home?: top tips, room by room, for parents and carers of children under five (L101)

ID: L101   

Corporate author: Child Accident Prevention Trust   

Publication information: London: Child Accident Prevention Trust, 2002   

Physical description: 6 page, 1 leaflet, 21x10cm.   

Summary: This leaflet contains top tips, room by room, for parents and carers of children under five. It includes information on button batteries, scalding, blind cords, medicines and other dangers.   

Subject areas: Accident prevention, Home safety, Children   

How safe is your child in the garden?: a safety guide for parents and carers of young children (L104)

ID: L104   

Corporate author: Child Accident Prevention Trust   

Publication information: London: Child Accident Prevention Trust, 2013   

Physical description: 6 page, 1 leaflet, 21x10cm.   

Summary: This leaflet contains safety information for parents and carers of young children. It includes general safety tips; information on plants that can cause sickness and plants that can poison; what to do if you think your child has eaten a poisonous plant; helping in the garden; and playing in the garden.   

Subject areas: Accident prevention, Child safety, Children   

In safe hands (L102)

ID: L102   

Corporate author: Safer Roads West Yorkshire   

Publication information: West Yorkshire: Safer Roads West Yorkshire, 2022   

Physical description: 8 page, 1 leaflet, 15x11cm.   

Summary: This handy leaflet contains all you need to know about child car seats. It includes information on how to ensure the car seat is legal in the UK; how to wear a seat belt when pregnant; tips on correctly seating children from newborn to ages 4 years old and upwards. It also has a section on the law around seat belts.   

Subject areas: Child safety, Safety, Road safety   

One step ahead: keeping your child safe at home (0-24 months) (P606)

ID: P606   

Corporate author: Child Accident Prevention Trust   

Publication information: London: Child Accident Prevention Trust, 2009   

Physical description: 1 poster, 30x42cm.   

Summary: This poster shows the risk of accidents that could happen to children at certain stages/ages of development from 0 to 24 months   

Subject areas: Accidents, Child safety, Accident prevention   

Toddlers and up: top safety tips for parents and carers of pre-schoolers (L106)

ID: L106   

Corporate author: Child Accident Prevention Trust   

Publication information: London: Child Accident Prevention Trust, 2018   

Physical description: 6 page, 1 leaflet, 21x10cm.   

Summary: This leaflet contains information for parents and carers on how to keep toddlers and pre-schoolers out of danger. It covers falls; house fires; burns and scalds; choking and suffocation; strangulation; drowning; poisoning; cuts, bumps and bruises; button batteries; and out and about.   

Subject areas: Accident prevention, Child safety, Children   

Personal safety

Home Safety (L111)

ID: L111   

Corporate author: Leeds City Council   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds City Council, no date   

Physical description: 10 page, 1 leaflet, 11x8cm.   

Summary: This pocket sized leaflet provides information on how to identify domestic abuse; how to protect yourself; how to keep you and your children safe; what to do when preparing to leave home; and how to protect yourself outside of the home. It also contains emergency contact numbers; Leeds contact numbers; and support contact numbers.   

Subject areas: Personal safety, Abuse, Domestic violence   

Keeping safe from abuse: an easy read information leaflet for adults in Leeds (L114)

ID: L114   

Corporate author: Leeds City Council   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds City Council, 2017   

Physical description: 19 page, 1 booklet, 30x21cm.   

Summary: This easy read booklet uses pictures to support the meaning of text. It contains information on what is abuse; how it can be reported; and what happens after abuse is reported.   

Subject areas: Learning disabilities, Abuse, Personal safety   

Online safety

Be smart online (L109)

ID: L109   

Corporate author: Childnet International   

Publication information: London: Childnet International, 2018   

Physical description: 14 page, 1 booklet, 6x9cm.   

Summary: This child friendly booklet provides five smart rules for when going online, playing games or using apps. It also provides links to other child safety sites.   

Subject areas: Child safety, Personal safety, Online safety   

So you got naked online... (L268)

ID: L268   

Corporate author: South West Grid for Learning   

Publication information: Exeter: South West Grid for Learning, no date   

Physical description: 8 page, 1 leaflet, 15x11cm.   

Summary: This leaflet is a resource that helps and advises young people who may find themselves in a situation where they (or a friend) have put a sexting image or video online and have lost control over that content and who it is being shared with. It offers children, young people and parents advice and provides strategies to support the issues resulting from sexting incidents.   

Subject areas: Online safety, Exploitation, Sexting   

Accidents

Accidents

Just think 111 online first (P750)

ID: P750   

Corporate author: Office for Health Improvement and Disparities   

Publication information: London: Office for Health Improvement and Disparities, 2021   

Physical description: 1 poster, 42x30cm.   

Summary: This poster features a woman falling from a bike, set against a backdrop of buildings at night. The poster asks that when you think you need A&E, go to 111.nhs.uk first.   

Subject areas: Accidents, Emergencies   

Environmental hazards

Environmental hazards

Air pollution & you (L117)

ID: L117   

Corporate author: Leeds City Council   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds City Council, 2022   

Physical description: 2 page, 1 leaflet, 21x10cm.   

Summary: This leaflet by the Clean Air Hub is aimed at individuals and provides information on the simple steps you can take to have a big impact on the air you breathe. Examples include walking and cycling to and from work, turning off your engine when your vehicle is stationary, and ventilating your home.   

Subject areas: Environmental health, Environmental pollution   

Air pollution & you (L118)

ID: L118   

Corporate author: Leeds City Council   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds City Council, 2022   

Physical description: 2 page, 1 leaflet, 21x10cm.   

Summary: This leaflet by the Clean Air Hub is aimed at families and provides information on the simple steps you can take to have a big impact on the air that you and your family breathe. Examples include walking, scooting, or cycling to and from work or school, turning off your engine when your vehicle is stationary, and ventilating your home.   

Subject areas: Environmental health, Environmental pollution   

The direct and indirect effects of cold weather (P610)

ID: P610   

Corporate author: Leeds City Council   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds City Council, 2023   

Physical description: 1 poster, 42x30cm.   

Summary: This A3 poster provides a list of the direct effects and indirect effects of cold weather and reminds the reader than temperatures as mild as 4 to 8 degrees Celsius can affect your health. Direct effects include heart attack, stroke, and hypothermia. Indirect effects include disruption to healthcare services and poorer mental health. The poster also includes suggestions for how to stay warm, including heating rooms to 18 degrees and wearing plenty of layers.   

Subject areas: Health protection, Climate   

Abuse

Child sexual abuse

Child Sexual Exploitation know the signs... (P613)

ID: P613   

Corporate author: West Yorkshire Police   

Publication information: West Yorkshire: West Yorkshire Police, no date   

Physical description: 1 poster, 30x21cm.   

Summary: Going missing, new adult friends, skipping school, secretive behaviour - these are just some of the signs to be aware of if you think a young person may be a victim of child sexual exploitation. This poster highlights that any young person can become a victim of child sexual exploitation.   

Subject areas: Sexual abuse, Child abuse - sexual Grooming   

Child sexual exploitation: know the signs (L112)

ID: L112   

Corporate author: West Yorkshire Police   

Publication information: Leeds: West Yorkshire Police, no date   

Physical description: 6 page, 1 leaflet, 11x8cm.   

Summary: This pocket-sized leaflet provides facts on child sexual exploitation (CSE) and lists the visible signs that could indicate that a child is being sexually exploited. It also contains contact details for Crimestoppers and West Yorkshire Police.   

Subject areas: Exploitation, Sexual abuse, Child abuse   

If you don't know, don't go (P639)

ID: P639   

Corporate author: West Yorkshire Police   

Publication information: West Yorkshire: West Yorkshire Police, no date   

Physical description: 1 poster, 42x30cm.   

Summary: This poster is aimed at young people and highlights that if you don't know whose party it is, where it is, who will be there, or how you're getting home, you should say no. Perpetrators of child sexual exploitation often use parties to trick young people into dangerous situations, where they can be at risk of being groomed or even raped.   

Subject areas: Sexual abuse, Child abuse - sexual, Young people   

What do you see?: aggression, violence, criminal behaviour (P622)

ID: P622   

Corporate author: Leeds City Council   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds City Council, 2019   

Physical description: 1 poster, 42x30cm.   

Summary: This A3-sized poster features a group of young people holding alcopop bottles. The poster highlights that boys and young men are often overlooked as victims of child sexual exploitation. They are also less likely to report abuse or exploitation themselves, therefore practitioners need to be aware of the signs and indicators of abuse that boys may exhibit. Signs include anger, aggression, offending, drug or alcohol abuse, going missing, or violence. The poster signposts to www.leedsscp.org.uk/lookagain for additional information.   

Subject areas: Child abuse - sexual, Exploitation, Boys   

What do you see?: aggression, violence, criminal behaviour (P648)

ID: P648   

Corporate author: Leeds City Council   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds City Council, 2019   

Physical description: 1 poster, 42x30cm.   

Summary: This A3 poster features a young man holding a cigarette and 50cc bottle of alcohol. The poster highlights that boys and young men are often overlooked as victims of child sexual exploitation. They are also less likely to report abuse or exploitation themselves, therefore practitioners need to be aware of the signs and indicators of abuse that boys may exhibit. Signs include anger, aggression, offending, drug or alcohol abuse, going missing, or violence. The poster signposts to www.leedsscp.org.uk/lookagain for additional information.   

Subject areas: Child abuse - sexual, Exploitation, Boys   

What do you see?: anger, disinterested, bad (P620)

ID: P620   

Corporate author: Leeds City Council   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds City Council, 2019   

Physical description: 1 poster, 42x30cm.   

Summary: This A3-sized poster features a young man in a baseball cap sitting with folded arms and looking away from an older man sat opposite. The poster highlights that boys and young men are often overlooked as victims of child sexual exploitation. They are also less likely to report abuse or exploitation themselves, therefore practitioners need to be aware of the signs and indicators of abuse that boys may exhibit. Signs include anger, aggression, offending, drug or alcohol abuse, going missing, or violence. The poster signposts to www.leedsscp.org.uk/lookagain for additional information.   

Subject areas: Child abuse - sexual, Exploitation, Boys   

What do you see?: inappropriate friendships, secrecy, drug and alcohol issues (P649)

ID: P649   

Corporate author: Leeds City Council   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds City Council, 2019   

Physical description: 1 poster, 42x30cm.   

Summary: This A3 poster features an older man with his arm around a young man. The poster highlights that boys and young men are often overlooked as victims of child sexual exploitation. They are also less likely to report abuse or exploitation themselves, therefore practitioners need to be aware of the signs and indicators of abuse that boys may exhibit. Signs include anger, aggression, offending, drug or alcohol abuse, going missing, or violence. The poster signposts to www.leedsscp.org.uk/lookagain for additional information.   

Subject areas: Child abuse - sexual, Exploitation, Boys   

Relationship abuse

If you turn to violence in an argument (P710)

ID: P710   

Corporate author: Home Office   

Publication information: London: Home Office, 2016   

Physical description: 1 poster, 42x30cm.   

Summary: This poster highlights that abuse in relationships can happen to anyone and it's never OK. It relates to the Disrespect NoBody campaign, which aims to help young people understand what a healthy relationship is. The poster features a fabric hand with a mouth at the wrist, and directs the reader to disrespectnobody.co.uk if they have questions about relationship abuse.   

Subject areas: Sexual health, Violence, Interpersonal relations   

No one should be pressured to send a nude pic (P707)

ID: P707   

Corporate author: Home Office   

Publication information: London: Home Office, 2017   

Physical description: 1 poster, 42x30cm.   

Summary: This poster highlights that keeping on at someone to send a nude pic is wrong, even if you're in a relationship. It relates to the Disrespect NoBody campaign, which aims to help young people understand what a healthy relationship is. The poster features a bra with two fabric breasts, and directs the reader to disrespectnobody.co.uk if they have questions about relationship abuse.   

Subject areas: Sexual health, Sexting, Interpersonal relations   

Sex in real life isn't always like porn (P709)

ID: P709   

Corporate author: Home Office   

Publication information: London: Home Office, 2017   

Physical description: 1 poster, 42x30cm.   

Summary: This poster highlights that porn can make you feel under pressure to look or behave a certain way. It relates to the Disrespect NoBody campaign, which aims to help young people understand what a healthy relationship is. The poster features two fabric eyeballs sitting on bus seats, and directs the reader to disrespectnobody.co.uk if they have questions about relationship abuse.   

Subject areas: Sexual health, Interpersonal relations, Pornography   

Infection control

Infection control

Head lice: what they are, how to spot them and how to treat them (L243)

ID: L243   

Corporate author: NHS   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds Community Healthcare NHS Trust, 2013   

Physical description: 8 page, 1 leaflet, 21x15cm.   

Summary: This leaflet explains the difference between head lice and nits, where and how head lice are caught, and how to get rid of head lice.   

Subject areas: Infection control, Personal hygiene, Head lice   

Information about scabies – English (L116)

ID: L116   

Corporate author: Leeds City Council   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds City Council, 2013   

Physical description: 2 page, 1 leaflet, 21x15cm.   

Summary: This double-sided A5-sized leaflet provides information on scabies, including its symptoms, what it looks like, what to do if you think you have scabies, how to stop it spreading, who should take extra care, and how to apply scabies treatment cream. This leaflet is also available in Czech (L120) and Romanian (L130).   

Subject areas: Scabies, Parasites, Infection control   


Information about scabies – Czech (L120)

ID: L120

Corporate author: Leeds City Council   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds City Council, 2013   

Physical description: 2 page, 1 leaflet, 21x15cm.   

Summary: This double-sided A5-sized leaflet in Czech provides information on scabies, including its symptoms, what it looks like, what to do if you think you have scabies, how to stop it spreading, who should take extra care, and how to apply scabies treatment cream. This leaflet is also available in English (L116) and Romanian (L130).   

Subject areas: Scabies, Parasites, Infection control   


Information about scabies – Romanian (L130)

ID: L130   

Corporate author: Leeds City Council   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds City Council, 2013   

Physical description: 2 page, 1 leaflet, 21x15cm.   

Summary: This double-sided A5-sized leaflet in Romanian provides information on scabies, including its symptoms, what it looks like, what to do if you think you have scabies, how to stop it spreading, who should take extra care, and how to apply scabies treatment cream. This leaflet is also available in English (L116) and Czech (L120).   

Subject areas: Scabies, Parasites, Infection control   


Wet, soap, wash, rinse, dry (L132)

ID: L132   

Corporate author: HP-publications   

Publication information: Milton Keynes: HP-publications, 2015   

Physical description: 6 page, 1 leaflet, 21x10cm.   

Summary: This leaflet details the 12 steps to effective hand washing.   

Subject areas: Infection control, Handwashing   

Wet, soap, wash, rinse, dry (P691)

ID: P691   

Corporate author: Department of Health and Social Care   

Publication information: London: Department of Health and Social Care, 2007   

Physical description: 1 poster, 30x21cm.   

Summary: This poster features five images showing the process for washing and drying hands to stop germs spreading.   

Subject areas: Infection control, Personal hygiene   

What are head lice? - English (L244)

ID: L244

Corporate author: Leeds City Council.

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds City Council, 2024.

Physical description: 2 page, 1 leaflet, 21x15cm.

Summary: This double-sided A5-sized leaflet provides information on head lice, including symptoms, what lice look like, how to wet comb hair, where to get treatment, and how to stop the spread of lice. This leaflet is also available in Romanian (L245) and Slovak (L246).   

Subject areas: Infection control, Personal hygiene, Head lice, Parasites.

What are head lice? - Romanian (L245)

ID: L245   

Corporate author: Leeds City Council.

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds City Council, 2024.

Physical description: 2 page, 1 leaflet, 21x15cm.   

Summary: This double-sided A5-sized leaflet in Romanian provides information on head lice, including symptoms, what lice look like, how to wet comb hair, where to get treatment, and how to stop the spread of lice. This leaflet is also available in English (L244) and Slovak (L246).   

Subject areas: Infection control, Personal hygiene, Head lice, Parasites.

What are head lice? - Slovak (L246)

ID: L246

Corporate author: Leeds City Council.

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds City Council, 2024.

Physical description: 2 page, 1 leaflet, 21x15cm.   

Summary: This double-sided A5-sized leaflet in Slovak provides information on head lice, including symptoms, what lice look like, how to wet comb hair, where to get treatment, and how to stop the spread of lice. This leaflet is also available in English (L244) and Romanian (L245).   

Subject areas: Infection control, Personal hygiene, Head lice, Parasites.

When you have a cold or flu, antibiotics are not for you! (L133)

ID: L133   

Corporate author: NHS Leeds Clinical Commissioning Group   

Publication information: Leeds: NHS Leeds Clinical Commissioning Group, 2016   

Physical description: 2 page, 1 leaflet, 11x15cm.   

Summary: This postcard,-sized leaflet aims to advise people that they don't need antibiotics to get rid of coughs, cold and flu.   

Subject areas: Antibiotics, Influenza   

Infectious diseases

Measles

If you think you've got measles call ahead (P624)

ID: P624   

Corporate author: UK Health Security Agency   

Publication information: London: UK Health Security Agency, 2016   

Physical description: 1 poster, 42x30cm.   

Summary: This poster reminds young people who suspect they might have measles to avoid being with immunocompromised people and pregnant women, and to call their GP, walk-in centre or accident and emergency centre to get advice before attending.   

Subject areas: Measles, Communicable diseases, Young people   

Measles: don't let your child catch it (L147)

ID: L147   

Corporate author: UK Health Security Agency   

Publication information: London: UK Health Security Agency, 2023   

Physical description: 2 page, 1 leaflet, 21x15cm.   

Summary: This leaflet reminds readers that measles outbreaks happen when not enough children have been vaccinated, and that it can lead to serious disease or death. Two doses of MMR vaccine are needed to get the best protection. It provides information on how to check if your child has been vaccinated, when vaccinations are usually given, and side effects.   

Subject areas: Measles, Communicable diseases, Young people   

Measles: don't let your child catch it (P634)

ID: P634   

Corporate author: UK Health Security Agency   

Publication information: London: UK Health Security Agency, 2018   

Physical description: 1 poster, 42x30cm.   

Summary: This poster reminds readers that the number of young people catching measles is rising and that to be protected they need to be immunised with two doses of the MMR vaccine. It also provides a list of measles symptoms and actions to take if you have symptoms.   

Subject areas: Measles, Communicable diseases, Young people   

Meningitis

Are you starting university in England?: protect yourself against meningitis and septicaemia (L140)

ID: L140   

Corporate author: UK Health Security Agency   

Publication information: London: UK Health Security Agency, 2017   

Physical description: 8 page, 1 leaflet, 21x10cm.   

Summary: Meningococcal group C disease is a rare but life threatening disease that occurs mainly in young children and young adults. This leaflet explains why its important that students starting university for the first time this year have a MenC vaccination before they go, to protect them against the disease.   

Subject areas: Sepsis, Immunisation, Meningitis   

Meningitis baby watch (P629)

ID: P629   

Corporate author: Meningitis Research Foundation   

Publication information: Bristol: Meningitis Research Foundation, 2017   

Physical description: 1 poster, 42x30cm.   

Summary: Babies have a higher risk of meningitis than any other age group. This pictorial representation of symptoms assists parents and other carers to recognise meningitis and septicaemia in babies too young to explain how they are feeling.   

Subject areas: Meningitis, Babies   

Meningitis baby watch (L139)

ID: L139   

Corporate author: Meningitis Research Foundation   

Publication information: Bristol: Meningitis Research Foundation, 2017   

Physical description: 2 page, 1 leaflet, 15x11cm.   

Summary: This leaflet highlights the signs and symptoms of meningitis and septicaemia on a baby.   

Subject areas: Meningitis, Sepsis, Babies   

Meningitis: don't ignore the signs (P627)

ID: P627   

Corporate author: NHS   

Publication information: London: NHS, 2017   

Physical description: 1 poster, 42x30cm.   

Summary: This poster is aimed at students starting college. It features a chalk drawing of a human body with arrows pointing to various places on the body identifying warning signs of meningitis.   

Subject areas: Meningitis, Infection, Young people   

Protecting your baby against meningitis and septicaemia (P630)

ID: P630   

Corporate author: UK Health Security Agency   

Publication information: London: K Health Security Agency, 2019   

Physical description: 1 poster, 42x30cm.   

Summary: This poster promotes the availability of the MenB vaccine for use in clinics, GP surgeries and other healthcare settings aiming to encourage parents to have their baby vaccinated against meningococcal capsular group B disease.   

Subject areas: Babies, Meningitis, Immunisation   

Tuberculosis

Tuberculosis: the disease, its treatment and prevention (L121)

ID: L121   

Corporate author: UK Health Security Agency   

Publication information: London: UK Health Security Agency, 2018   

Physical description: 12 page, 1 booklet, 21x10cm.   

Summary: TB (tuberculosis) is an infectious disease that usually affects the lungs, although it can affect almost any part of the body. This booklet explains what tuberculosis is; how it is spread; how it can be treated and prevented.   

Subject areas: Tuberculosis, Communicable diseases, Vaccination   

Immunisation

Immunisation

A guide to immunisations for babies up to 13 months of age (L126)

ID: L126   

Corporate author: UK Health Security Agency   

Publication information: London: UK Health Security Agency, 2023   

Physical description: 48 page, 1 booklet, 21x15cm.   

Summary: This booklet describes the immunisations offered to your child during the first 13 months of their life. It includes the schedule from 2022.   

Subject areas: Immunisation, Vaccination, Babies   

A guide to immunisation for young people: your questions answered about the HPV, Td/IPV and MenACWY vaccinations given between school years 7 to 13 (L128)

ID: L128   

Corporate author: UK Health Security Agency   

Publication information: London: UK Health Security Agency, 2019   

Physical description: 20 page, 1 booklet, 21x15cm.   

Summary: This is a guide to immunisations that are given to young people between school years 7 and 13. It outlines and explains the immunisations that are given to young people usually when they are still at school, why these immunisations are needed and what side effects they might have.   

Subject areas: Immunisation, Vaccination, Young people   

Pre-school immunisations: a guide to vaccinations from two years old until starting primary school (L127)

ID: L127   

Corporate author: UK Health Security Agency   

Publication information: London: UK Health Security Agency, 2023   

Physical description: 28 page, 1 booklet, 21x15cm.   

Summary: This guide is for parents or carers of children aged two to five years old. It provides information on the routine immunisations that are given to children before they start school to protect them from serious childhood diseases. It describes these diseases and explains why young children need protection against them. It also answers some of the most common questions about pre-school immunisation.   

Subject areas: Immunisation, Vaccination, Children   

Pregnant?: Immunisation helps to protect you and your baby from infectious diseases (L129)

ID: L129   

Corporate author: UK Health Security Agency   

Publication information: London: UK Health Security Agency, 2021   

Physical description: 16 page, 1 booklet, 21x10cm.   

Summary: This booklet describes the vaccinations that help protect you and your baby during and after pregnancy including flu, whooping cough and rubella (German measles).   

Subject areas: Pregnancy, Immunisation, Vaccination   

Think measles: it's not just a kids' problem (L131)

ID: L131   

Corporate author: UK Health Security Agency   

Publication information: London: UK Health Security Agency, 2019   

Physical description: 8 page, 1 leaflet, 21x10cm.   

Summary: This leaflet explains about the measles, mumps and rubella vaccination, highlighting the importance of protecting yourself and others by having the MMR vaccination, which is not just for children.   

Subject areas: Vaccination, Immunisation, Measles   

Whooping cough and pregnancy: your questions answered on how to help protect your baby (L119)

ID: L119   

Corporate author: UK Health Security Agency   

Publication information: London: UK Health Security Agency, 2019   

Physical description: 8 page, 1 leaflet, 21x15cm.   

Summary: This leaflet provides expectant mothers with information on the dangers of whooping cough and how to protect their unprotected babies through vaccination from 16 weeks.   

Subject areas: Whooping cough, Immunisation, Vaccination   

Flu vaccination

Flu: 5 reasons to have the vaccine (P640)

ID: P640   

Corporate author: UK Health Security Agency   

Publication information: London: UK Health Security Agency, 2021   

Physical description: 1 poster, 42x30cm.   

Summary: This poster is aimed at the parents of secondary school aged children. It features a girl holding a bag with her arm outstretched. The poster list five points to encourage readers to get their child vaccinated.   

Subject areas: Influenza, Vaccination, Immunisation   

Flu: 5 reasons to vaccinate your child (P623)

ID: P623   

Corporate author: UK Health Security Agency   

Publication information: London: UK Health Security Agency, 2021   

Physical description: 1 poster, 42x30cm.   

Summary: This poster is aimed at the parents of pre-school and primary school aged children. It features a smiling young girl with her arms in the air. The poster list five points to encourage parents to vaccinate their children.   

Subject areas: Influenza, Vaccination, Immunisation   

Get winter strong: get vaccinated (P633)

ID: P633   

Corporate author: UK Health Security Agency   

Publication information: London: UK Health Security Agency, nd   

Physical description: 1 poster, 30x21cm.   

Summary: This A4-sized poster highlights that the flu virus spreads more easily in winter and can hit children hard. Parents and carers of children aged 2 and 3 are encouraged to book an appointment for the nasal spray vaccine.   

Subject areas: Influenza, Vaccination, Immunisation.

If you are pregnant, you need a flu jab to help protect you and your baby (L162)

ID: L162   

Corporate author: NHS   

Publication information: London: NHS, 2018   

Physical description: 3 page, 1 leaflet, 6x9cm.   

Summary: This wallet-sized leaflet highlights that catching flu in pregnancy can lead to increased risks for the mother-to-be and her baby, including pneumonia, septic shock, meningitis and encephalitis. Vaccination against flu reduces these risks.   

Subject areas: Influenza, Vaccination, Pregnancy   

'Just' the flu? (P637)

ID: P637   

Corporate author: UK Health Security Agency   

Publication information: London: UK Health Security Agency, 2020   

Physical description: 1 poster, 30x21cm.   

Summary: This A4-sized poster highlights that the flu virus kills thousands every year and that the flu vaccine is the best protection for you and those around you. Also available in A3-size: P638.   

Subject areas: Influenza, Immunisation, Vaccination   

'Just' the flu? (P638)

ID: P638   

Corporate author: UK Health Security Agency   

Publication information: London: UK Health Security Agency, 2020   

Physical description: 1 poster, 42x30cm.   

Summary: This A3-sized poster highlights that the flu virus kills thousands every year and that the flu vaccine is the best protection for you and those around you. Also available in A4-size: P637.   

Subject areas: Influenza, Immunisation, Vaccination   

Protect yourself from flu, have the flu vaccine: information for people with a learning disability (L123)

ID: L123   

Corporate author: UK Health Security Agency   

Publication information: London: UK Health Security Agency, 2020   

Physical description: 7 page, 1 leaflet, 30x21cm.   

Summary: This leaflet is for people who require Easy Read information on the flu vaccine. It features a man called Brian going for a flu vaccine.   

Subject areas: Immunisation, Vaccination, Influenza   

Protecting your child against flu: information for parents and carers (L125)

ID: L125   

Corporate author: UK Health Security Agency   

Publication information: London: UK Health Security Agency, 2022   

Physical description: 12 page, 1 booklet, 21x10cm.   

Summary: This booklet is aimed at parents and carers of children aged two or three years old, some school-aged children, and children with a health condition that puts them at greater risk from flu. It provides information on why the child should have the flu vaccine as well as the benefits and side-effects.   

Subject areas: Immunisation, Influenza--prevention and control, Vaccination   

The flu vaccination: who should have it and why (L122)

ID: L122   

Corporate author: UK Health Security Agency   

Publication information: London: UK Health Security Agency, 2021   

Physical description: 12 page, 1 booklet, 21x15cm.   

Summary: This booklet explains how you can help protect yourself and your children against flu this coming winter, and why it's very important that people who are at risk from flu have their free flu vaccination every year. It includes information for pregnant women.   

Subject areas: Influenza, Vaccination, Respiratory tract infections   

HPV vaccination

Don't forget to have your HPV vaccination: protecting you from HPV cancers (P621)

ID: P621   

Corporate author: UK Health Security Agency   

Publication information: London: UK Health Security Agency, 2019   

Physical description: 1 poster, 42x30cm.   

Summary: This poster is aimed at girls and boys in school years 8 to 13 and features two boys and a girl with their arm in the air.   

Subject areas: Immunisation, Vaccination, Human papilloma virus   

HPV vaccination: protecting against HPV infection to help reduce your risk of cancer (L110)

ID: L110   

Corporate author: UK Health Security Agency   

Publication information: London: UK Health Security Agency, 2019   

Physical description: 8 page, 1 leaflet, 21x10cm.   

Summary: This leaflet is aimed at girls and boys in school year 8 and above and provides information on how the HPV vaccine protects you, how the virus spreads, and the difference the vaccine has made so far.   

Subject areas: Immunisation, Vaccination, Human papilloma virus   

HPV vaccination for men (L115)

ID: L115

Corporate author: UK Health Security Agency.

Publication information: London: UK Health Security Agency, 2023.

Physical description: 6 page, 1 leaflet, 21x10cm.   

Summary: This leaflet is aimed at gay, bisexual, and other men who have sex with men (GBMSM). It provides information on the HPV vaccination, which protects against human papillomavirus. Information covered includes; what HPV is; how the infection spreads; how infection can be prevented; and why GBMSM should be vaccinated. The leaflet also includes space to record vaccinations obtained.

Subject areas: Immunisation, Vaccination, Human papilloma virus.

MenACWY vaccination

One life. One shot. (P628)

ID: P628   

Corporate author: Meningitis Research Foundation   

Publication information: London: Meningitis Research Foundation, 2018   

Physical description: 1 poster, 42x30cm.   

Summary: Teenagers and young adults are the next most at risk age group after the under 5s. This poster encourages UK students to get their free MenACWY vaccination.   

Subject areas: Young people, Meningitis, Vaccination   

Protect yourself against meningococcal meningitis and septicaemia: important information for new university entrants in England (P631)

ID: P631   

Corporate author: UK Health Security Agency   

Publication information: London: UK Health Security Agency, 2020   

Physical description: 1 poster, 42x30cm.   

Summary: This poster is aimed at new university entrants in England. It highlights that all freshers under 25 years should make sure they have had their free MenACWY vaccine. It signposts to meningitis.org and meningitisnow.org.   

Subject areas: Meningitis, Sepsis, Young people   

Protect yourself against meningococcal meningitis and septicaemia: important information for students in schools and sixth form colleges (P632)

ID: P632   

Corporate author: UK Health Security Agency   

Publication information: London: UK Health Security Agency, 2020   

Physical description: 1 poster, 42x30cm.   

Summary: This poster is aimed at students in schools and sixth form colleges. It highlights that teenagers and young adults are in one of the highest risk groups for meningococcal disease. It recommends that students have the MenACWY vaccine when they are offered it in Year 9 or 10.   

Subject areas: Meningitis, Sepsis, Young people   

MMR vaccination

MMR Vaccination (L141)

ID: L141 

Corporate author: UK Health Security Agency 

Publication information: London: UK Health Security Agency, 2023 

Physical description: 12 page, 1 leaflet, 21x15 cm. 

Summary: This leaflet explains about measles, mumps, rubella and the MMR vaccination which helps protect against all three diseases. 

Subject areas: Immunisation, MMR vaccine, Vaccination 

Don't let measles, mumps and rubella into your child's world (L143)

ID: L143   

Corporate author: UK Health Security Agency   

Publication information: London: UK Health Security Agency, 2022   

Physical description: 1 page, 1 leaflet, 21x15cm.   

Summary: This leaflet highlights that the risk of catching Measles, Mumps and Rubella increases when your child goes to nursery. Without the MMR vaccines, they're left exposed to becoming seriously ill.   

Subject areas: Infants, MMR vaccine, Vaccination   

Shingles vaccination

Shingles (L124)

ID: L124 

Corporate author: UK Health Security Agency   

Publication information: London: UK Health Security Agency, 2023   

Physical description: 8 page, 1 leaflet, 21x15cm.   

Summary: Shingles can be painful and tends to affect people more commonly as they get older. The older you are, the worse it can be, and in some cases causes permanent disability. For some the pain can last for many years. This leaflet provides information on what is shingles; what causes it; and how vaccination can help protect against shingles.   

Subject areas: Older people, Herpes zoster, Vaccination   

Shingles vaccination (L124)

ID: P625   

Corporate author: UK Health Security Agency   

Publication information: London: UK Health Security Agency, 2022   

Physical description: 1 poster, 42x30cm.   

Summary: Shingles can be painful and tends to affect people more commonly as they get older. The older you are, the worse it can be, and in some cases it causes permanent disability. For some the pain can last for many years. This poster urges those aged between 70 and 79 to protect themselves from shingles and speak to their GP surgery about getting their vaccination.   

Subject areas: Older people, Herpes zoster, Vaccination   

Hepatitis B vaccination

Hep B Risky Business (L135)

ID: L135   

Corporate author: UK Health Security Agency   

Publication information: London: UK Health Security Agency, 2017   

Physical description: 1 page, 1 leaflet, 21x15cm.   

Summary: Non-gendered flyer that highlights the need to protect oneself with a free vaccine if having casual sex or sex with multiple partners. The flyer also signposts to www.nhs.uk/hepatitis-B for more information.   

Subject areas: Hepatitis B, Vaccination, Immunisation   

Hep B Risky Business (L136)

ID: L136   

Corporate author: UK Health Security Agency   

Publication information: London: UK Health Security Agency, 2017   

Physical description: 1 page, 1 leaflet, 21x15cm.   

Summary: Flyer with a male model that highlights the need to protect oneself with a free vaccine if having casual sex or sex with multiple partners. The flyer also signposts to www.nhs.uk/hepatitis-B for more information.   

Subject areas: Hepatitis B, Vaccination, Immunisation   

Hep B Risky Business (L137)

ID: L137   

Corporate author: UK Health Security Agency   

Publication information: London: UK Health Security Agency, 2017   

Physical description: 2 page, 1 leaflet, 11x15cm.   

Summary: Non-gendered postcard,-sized leaflet that highlights the need to protect oneself with a free vaccine if having casual sex or sex with multiple partners. The card also signposts to www.nhs.uk/hepatitis-B for more information.   

Subject areas: Hepatitis B, Vaccination, Immunisation   

Hep B Risky Business (L138)

ID: L138   

Corporate author: UK Health Security Agency   

Publication information: London: UK Health Security Agency, 2017   

Physical description: 2 page, 1 leaflet, 11x15cm.   

Summary: postcard,-sized card with a male model that highlights the need to protect oneself with a free vaccine if having casual sex or sex with multiple partners. The card also signposts to www.nhs.uk/hepatitis-B for more information.   

Subject areas: Hepatitis B, Vaccination, Immunisation   

Hep B Risky Business (P635)

ID: P635   

Corporate author: UK Health Security Agency   

Publication information: London: UK Health Security Agency, 2017   

Physical description: 1 poster, 42x30cm.   

Summary: Non-gendered poster that highlights the need to protect oneself with a free vaccine if having casual sex or sex with multiple partners. The poster also signposts to www.nhs.uk/hepatitis-B for more information.   

Subject areas: Hepatitis B, Vaccination, Immunisation   

Hep B Risky Business (P636)

ID: P636   

Corporate author: UK Health Security Agency   

Publication information: London: UK Health Security Agency, 2017   

Physical description: 1 poster, 42x30cm.   

Summary: Poster with a male model that highlights the need to protect oneself with a free vaccine if having casual sex or sex with multiple partners. The poster also signposts to www.nhs.uk/hepatitis-B for more information.   

Subject areas: Hepatitis B, Vaccination, Immunisation   

Hepatitis C

50% of those with hepatitis c may be unaware they are infected (P618)

ID: P618   

Corporate author: Forward Leeds   

Publication information: Leeds: Forward Leeds, 2019   

Physical description: 1 poster, 30x21cm. or 42x30cm.   

Summary: This poster highlights that 50% of people with Hepatitis C could be unaware of their positive status. The poster signposts to GP for testing, and provides links for Forward Leeds, and the Hepatitis C trust.   

Subject areas: Hepatitis C, Hepatitis, Communicable diseases   

Don't live in doubt: hepatitis c (L149)

ID: L149   

Corporate author: Forward Leeds   

Publication information: Leeds: Forward Leeds, 2019   

Physical description: 6 page, 1 leaflet, 21x10cm.   

Summary: This leaflet provides an overview of hepatitis C, the various routes of exposure, available testing and support.   

Subject areas: Hepatitis C, Hepatitis, Communicable diseases   

Upwards of 95% of hepatitis c patients are now cured with tablets alone (P619)

ID: P619   

Corporate author: Forward Leeds   

Publication information: Leeds: Forward Leeds, 2019   

Physical description: 1 poster, 30x21cm. or 42x30cm.   

Summary: This poster highlights that around 95% of people with Hepatitis C can be cured with tablets alone. The poster signposts to GP for testing, and provides links for Forward Leeds, and the Hepatitis C trust.   

Subject areas: Hepatitis C, Hepatitis, Communicable diseases   

Sepsis

Sepsis

What every parent needs to know about sepsis (L134)

ID: L134   

Corporate author: The UK Sepsis Trust   

Publication information: London: NHS England, 2016   

Physical description: 2 page, 1 leaflet, 15x21cm.   

Summary: Sepsis is a rare but serious complication of an infection. This leaflet lists the symptoms that may be a sign of sepsis in an unwell child.   

Subject areas: Infection, Sepsis, Children   

Cancer screening

Cancer screening

Are you 60-74? (P669)

ID: P669   

Corporate author: Bowel Cancer UK   

Publication information: London: Bowel Cancer UK, 2019   

Physical description: 1 poster, 30x21cm.   

Summary: This A4 poster highlights the bowel cancer screening programme in England. It features a hand holding a sample bottle and asks people aged 60 to 74 if they have receive one in the post. It provides a link for bowelcanceruk.org.uk/screening for more information.   

Subject areas: Bowel cancer--prevention and control   

Health improvement

Health improvement

Are you having an annual review with your GP or nurse? (L146)

ID: L146   

Corporate author: Leeds City Council   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds City Council, 2022   

Physical description: 36 page, 1 booklet, 21x10cm.   

Summary: This booklet is aimed at service-users who have one or more long-term conditions. It contains information that could help service-users to prepare for their annual review, including space to write, as well as providing information on the support available in Leeds. It is part of the 'It's ok to ask' / 'What matters to me' collection that aims to help service-users make better decisions around their care and treatment. Sections include: What is a 'long-term conditions annual review'? What do my test results mean? Is my weight healthy for me? How can I prepare for my annual review? It's ok to ask. What matters to me. Your goals. Further information and support.   

Subject areas: Long-term conditions, Health improvement   

Good for your body good for your mind (L173)

ID: L173   

Corporate author: Office for Health Improvement and Disparities   

Publication information: London: Office for Health Improvement and Disparities, 2022   

Physical description: 10 page, 1 wallet card, 6x9cm.   

Summary: This ten-sided wallet card promotes incorporating physical activity into your life to improve noth physical and mental health. It has information on where to go for support as well as recommending the Active 10 app and Couch to 5K app.   

Subject areas: Physical activity, Mental health, Health improvement   

Have you thought about your wishes for if things change? (P656)

ID: P656   

Corporate author: Leeds City Council   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds City Council, 2023   

Physical description: 1 poster, 30x21cm.   

Summary: This poster promotes the 'What if things change?' booklet - order code L184. It highlights the importance of thinking about the choices we want to make for our future self should we become unwell. It signposts to www.dyingmattersleeds.org/about-dying-matters for digital copies of the 'What if things change?' booklet.   

Subject areas: Long-term conditions, Health improvement, Family life   

How are you doing? (L357)

ID: L357   

Corporate author: Leeds City Council   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds City Council, nd   

Physical description: 2 page, 1 card, 11x15cm.   

Summary: This card prompts the reader to check how they are doing. It provides information on interactive tools 'Heart age tool' and 'Know your risk tool'. It also provides information of local support, including the NHS Diabetes Prevention Programme; NHS Health Checks; Leeds Mental Wellbeing Service; and Linking Leeds.   

Subject areas: Health improvement, Health promotion.

It just doesn't feel right (L144)

ID: L144   

Corporate author: Leeds Health Awareness   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds Health Awareness, 2023   

Physical description: 16 page, 1 booklet, 15x15cm.   

Summary: This booklet is aims to help raise awareness of cancer and long-term conditions such as diabetes, heart disease, and dementia. It provides lists of common symptoms and information on services in Leeds that can help.   

Subject areas: Long-term conditions, Health improvement   

It's ok to ask (P646)

ID: P646   

Corporate author: Leeds City Council   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds City Council, 2022   

Physical description: 1 poster, 30x21cm.   

Summary: This poster is aimed at service-users who require Easy-Read information. It contains images and large text information that could help the service-user with their health and wellbeing. It is part of the 'It's ok to ask' / 'What matters to me' collection that aims to help service-users make better decisions around their care and treatment. It suggests things that it's okay for a service-user to ask when discussing their care, such as what is my main issue?   

Subject areas: Long-term conditions, Health improvement   

It's ok to ask (P647)

ID: P647   

Corporate author: Leeds City Council   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds City Council, 2022   

Physical description: 1 poster, 30x21cm.   

Summary: This poster is aimed at service-users who require Easy-Read information. It contains images and large text information that could help the service-user with their health and wellbeing. It is part of the 'It's ok to ask' / 'What matters to me' collection that aims to help service-users make better decisions around their care and treatment. It suggests things that it's okay for a service-user to do when discussing their care, such as asking if they can bring a friend with them, or making a list of medications they are taking.   

Subject areas: Long-term conditions, Health improvement   

It's ok to ask (P653)

ID: P653   

Corporate author: Leeds City Council   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds City Council, 2022   

Physical description: 1 poster, 30x21cm.   

Summary: This A4 poster is aimed at service-users who have one or more long-term conditions. It contains prompts on what is okay to ask or do when discussing health and wellbeing with others, such as asking 'What is my main issue?' or 'What happens next?'. It is part of the 'It's ok to ask' / 'What matters to me' collection that aims to help service-users make better decisions around their care and treatment.   

Subject areas: Long-term conditions, Health improvement   

It's ok to ask (L168)

ID: L168   

Corporate author: Leeds City Council   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds City Council, 2022   

Physical description: 3 page, 1 leaflet, 21x15cm.   

Summary: This leaflet is aimed at service-users who require Easy-Read information. It contains images and large text information that could help the service-user with their health and wellbeing. It is part of the 'It's ok to ask' / 'What matters to me' collection that aims to help service-users make better decisions around their care and treatment. It suggests things that it's okay for a service-user to ask when discussing their care. Page 3 contains space to write notes for the next time the service-user speaks to someone about their health.   

Subject areas: Long-term conditions, Health improvement   

It's ok to ask (L170)

ID: L170   

Corporate author: Leeds City Council   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds City Council, 2022   

Physical description: 2 page, 1 card, 15x21cm.   

Summary: This double-sided card is aimed at service-users who have one or more long-term conditions. One side contains prompts on what is okay to ask or do. The other side contains space to write notes and reminders for the next time the service-user speaks to someone about their health. It is part of the 'It's ok to ask' / 'What matters to me' collection that aims to help service-users make better decisions around their care and treatment.   

Subject areas: Long-term conditions, Health improvement   

What if things change? (L184)

ID: L184   

Corporate author: Leeds City Council   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds City Council, 2023   

Physical description: 24 page, 1 booklet, 21x10cm.   

Summary: This booklet has been designed to help readers consider and discuss their wants, needs and preferences should they become unwell. Sections include things you enjoy; what matters to you; how you like your food and drink; the important people in your life; having sensitive conversations; if things change; and community support organisations.   

Subject areas: Long-term conditions, Health improvement, Family life   

What matters to me (L167)

ID: L167   

Corporate author: Leeds City Council   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds City Council, 2022   

Physical description: 3 page, 1 leaflet, 21x15cm.   

Summary: This leaflet is aimed at service-users who require Easy-Read information. It contains images and large text information that could help the service-user with their health and wellbeing. It is part of the 'It's ok to ask' / 'What matters to me' collection that aims to help service-users make better decisions around their care and treatment. It suggests things that may matter to the service-user and that may be important when discussing health with others, such as religion, pets, family and friends, exercising, taking medications, goals, hopes, and motivations. Page 3 contains space to write notes on what matters to the service-user.   

Subject areas: Long-term conditions, Health improvement   

What matters to me (L171)

ID: L171   

Corporate author: Leeds City Council   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds City Council, 2022   

Physical description: 2 page, 1 card, 11x15cm.   

Summary: This double-sided card is aimed at service-users who have one or more long-term conditions. One side contains prompts, such as what matter to the service-user, the people important to the service-user, and the things that the service-user does to stay well. The other side contains space for the service-user to write notes on what matters to them. It is part of the 'It's ok to ask' / 'What matters to me' collection that aims to help service-users make better decisions around their care and treatment.   

Subject areas: Long-term conditions, Health improvement   

You can cut your cancer risk (L148)

ID: L148   

Corporate author: Cancer Research UK   

Publication information: London: Cancer Research UK, 2021   

Physical description: 6 page, 1 leaflet, 21x15cm.   

Summary: This A5 pull-out leaflet provides information on six ways to cut your cancer risk: get smoke free, cut back on booze, watch your weight, think about what's on your plate, get moving, and stay safe in the sun.   

Subject areas: Healthy lifestyle, Healthy eating, Physical activity   

NHS Health Check

NHS Health Check

A free NHS health check to help keep you well: all about your free NHS health check (L341)

ID: L341   

Corporate author: Office for Health Improvement and Disparities   

Publication information: London: Office for Health Improvement and Disparities, 2013   

Physical description: 12 page, 1 booklet, 30x21cm.   

Summary: This EasyRead booklet features colourful images and large text to explain who should have an NHS health check; why it is needed; and what happens during and after the health check.   

Subject areas: Health improvement, Health promotion   

Mental health

Mental health

Anyone can feel anxious or struggle with their mental health (P643)

ID: P643   

Corporate author: NHS Leeds Clinical Commissioning Group   

Publication information: Leeds: NHS Leeds Clinical Commissioning Group, 2019   

Physical description: 1 poster, 30x21cm. or 42x30cm.   

Summary: This A3 poster promotes MindWell - the mental health website for people in Leeds. It features a number of characters including one having money problems, another going through a bereavement, and one feeling stressed. The poster signposts to the www.mindwell-leeds.org.uk website. Available in two sizes: 30x21cm or 42x30cm.   

Subject areas: Mental health, Adults, Mental health services   

Anyone can feel anxious or struggle with their mental health (P645)

ID: P645   

Corporate author: NHS Leeds Clinical Commissioning Group   

Publication information: Leeds: NHS Leeds Clinical Commissioning Group, 2019   

Physical description: 1 poster, 30x21cm. or 42x30cm.   

Summary: This poster promotes MindWell - the mental health website for people in Leeds. It features a number of characters including one having money problems, another going through a bereavement, and one feeling stressed. The poster signposts to the www.mindwell-leeds.org.uk website. Available in two sizes: 30x21cm or 42x30cm.   

Subject areas: Mental health, Mental health services   

Confused about how to get support for your mental health? (L152)

Variant title: MindMate Support Card (L152)   

ID: L152   

Corporate author: NHS Leeds Clinical Commissioning Group   

Publication information: Leeds: NHS Leeds Clinical Commissioning Group, 2023   

Physical description: 2 page, 1 leaflet, 11x8cm.   

Summary: A pocket sized pull out guide to mental health services in Leeds for under 18s. It includes information on where you can access help without an adult being involved, what to do if you need help now, and support for parents.   

Subject areas: Mental health, Mental health services   

Dementia: helping your brain to stay healthy (L183)

ID: L183   

Corporate author: Office for Health Improvement and Disparities   

Publication information: London: Office for Health Improvement and Disparities, 2015   

Physical description: 4 page, 1 leaflet, 21x15cm.   

Summary: This leaflet promotes the NHS Health Check that is available at all GP surgeries that is beneficial to the public. It provides information on what is dementia, its symptoms, and how to reduce your risk of dementia.   

Subject areas: Dementia, Mental health, Health improvement   

Difficulty relaxing?: physical activity is a great way to burn off nervous energy (P651)

ID: P651   

Corporate author: Office for Health Improvement and Disparities   

Publication information: London: Office for Health Improvement and Disparities, 2021   

Physical description: 1 poster, 30x21cm.   

Summary: This A4 poster promotes the Better Health - Every Mind Matters campaign by the UK Health Security Agency. The poster is bright blue and features a woman standing upright, with her arms outstretched. It signposts readers to search for Every Mind Matters, adding that getting active is a great way to improve your mental health.   

Subject areas: Mental health, Anxiety, Mental health services   

Discover simple steps to help look after your mental wellbeing (L157)

ID: L157   

Corporate author: Office for Health Improvement and Disparities   

Publication information: London: Office for Health Improvement and Disparities, 2022   

Physical description: 10 page, 1 wallet card, 6x9cm.   

Summary: This ten-sided wallet card promotes the Better Health - Every Mind Matters campaign. It provides tips on dealing with anxiety, sleep problems, stress, and low mood. It also urges readers to search for Every Mind Matters to get a free, personalised 'Mind Plan'.   

Subject areas: Mental health, Mental health services   

Discover simple steps to help look after your mental wellbeing (P665)

ID: P665   

Corporate author: Office for Health Improvement and Disparities   

Publication information: London: Office for Health Improvement and Disparities, 2021   

Physical description: 1 poster, 30x21cm.   

Summary: This A4 poster promotes the Better Health - Every Mind Matters campaign by the UK Health Security Agency. The poster is bright green and features a cartoon person running. It signposts readers to search for Every Mind Matters, adding that Better Health - Every Mind Matters will get you started with a free, personalised action plan with practical tips to help you deal with stress and anxiety, boost your mood, sleep better and feel more in control.   

Subject areas: Mental health, Mental health services   

Does it feel like the older you get, the more stressful life is? (P662)

ID: P662   

Corporate author: NHS Leeds Clinical Commissioning Group   

Publication information: Leeds: NHS Leeds Clinical Commissioning Group, 2021   

Physical description: 1 poster, 30x21cm.   

Summary: An A3 poster is aimed at young people in Leeds. It features three young people. This poster signposts to https://www.mindmate.org.uk/ and @MindMateLeeds.   

Subject areas: Mental health, Mental health services, Young people   

Feel like you've had enough? (L155)

Variant title: Crisis card (L155)   

ID: L155   

Corporate author: Leeds City Council   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds City Council, 2023   

Physical description: 2 page, 1 z-card, 9x6cm.   

Summary: This pocket sized pull out leaflet contains contact details for mental health support services in Leeds for those in crisis. This information is also available in A3 poster format: order P655.   

Subject areas: Mental health, Mental health services, Support services   

Feel like you've had enough? (P655)

ID: P655   

Corporate author: Leeds City Council   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds City Council, 2023   

Physical description: 1 poster, 42x30cm.   

Summary: This poster contains contact details for mental health support services in Leeds for those in crisis. This information is also available in z-card format: order L155.   

Subject areas: Support services, Mental health services, Mental health   

Feeling anxious?: simple breathing exercises could help (P650)

ID: P650   

Corporate author: Office for Health Improvement and Disparities   

Publication information: London: Office for Health Improvement and Disparities, 2021   

Physical description: 1 poster, 42x30cm.   

Summary: This A3 poster promotes the Better Health - Every Mind Matters campaign by the UK Health Security Agency. The poster is bright yellow and features a woman standing upright, looking relaxed. It signposts readers to search for Every Mind Matters to get a free, personalised Mind Plan and discover simple steps to look after your mental wellbeing.   

Subject areas: Mental health, Anxiety, Mental health services   

How are you feeling? (L172)

ID: L172   

Corporate author: Leeds City Council   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds City Council, 2020   

Physical description: 16 page, 1 booklet, 21x15cm.   

Summary: This guide, aimed at adults, provides information of support and service in Leeds; help with money, housing or work issues; how to find help in a mental health crisis; where to find more information online; self-care tips to take care of your mental health.   

Subject areas: Mental health, Mental health services   

How to look after your mental health (L164)

ID: L164   

Corporate author: Mental Health Foundation   

Publication information: London: Mental Health Foundation, no date   

Physical description: 28 page, 1 booklet, 15x11cm.   

Summary: This booklet covers what is mental health, ten practical ways to look after your mental health, and contact information for support services.   

Subject areas: Mental health, Wellbeing, Mental health services   

How to look after your mental health in later life (L181)

ID: L181   

Corporate author: Mental Health Foundation   

Publication information: London: Mental Health Foundation, no date   

Physical description: 64 page, 1 booklet, 15x11cm.   

Summary: This booklet has been produced for people in their 60s who are approaching retirement or who have recently retired from work. It suggests 10 practical ways in which to look after ourselves mentally as well as physically. It also provides contact details for organisations that may be able to help.   

Subject areas: Mental health, Support services, Older people   

How to support mental health at work (L169)

ID: L169   

Corporate author: Mental Health Foundation   

Publication information: London: Mental Health Foundation, no date   

Physical description: 44 page, 1 booklet, 15x11cm.   

Summary: This pocket guide provides information on recognising mental health problems, ways to look after your mental health at work, supporting a colleague, as well as an employer checklist for creating mentally healthy workplaces.   

Subject areas: Mental health, Workplace health   

Leeds Mental Wellbeing Service (L186)

ID: L186

Corporate author: Leeds Community Healthcare NHS Trust   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds Community Healthcare NHS Trust, 2019   

Physical description: 2 page, 1 leaflet, 21x15cm.

Summary: A double-sided A5 leaflet promoting the Leeds Mental Wellbeing Service, which provides psychological therapies for common mental health problems, such as anxiety and depression. The leaflet covers what the service offers, and how individuals can access the support they need. Information is included about 24/7 online self-referral tools.

Subject areas: Mental health, Mental health services, Support services.

Leeds Mental Wellbeing Service: 24/7 online support (L185)

ID: L185   

Corporate author: Leeds Community Healthcare NHS Trust.

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds Community Healthcare NHS Trust, 2019.

Physical description: 2 page, 1 card, 5.5x8.5cm.

Summary: This wallet-sized card promotes Leeds Mental Wellbeing Service, which provides psychological therapies for common mental health problems, such as anxiety and depression. The card directs readers to the Leeds Mental Wellbeing Service website, where individuals can access self-help courses, or self-refer for an online assessment.   

Subject areas: Mental health, Mental health services, Support services.

Low energy?: getting active could give you a boost (P664)

ID: P664   

Corporate author: Office for Health Improvement and Disparities   

Publication information: London: Office for Health Improvement and Disparities, 2021   

Physical description: 1 poster, 30x21cm.   

Summary: This A4 poster promotes the Better Health - Every Mind Matters campaign by the UK Health Security Agency. The poster is bright orange and features a man doing a plank exercise. It signposts readers to search for Every Mind Matters, adding that getting active is a great way to improve your mental health.   

Subject areas: Mental health, Depression, Mental health services   

Mindmate finger cards (L151)

ID: L151   

Corporate author: NHS Leeds Clinical Commissioning Group   

Publication information: Leeds: NHS Leeds Clinical Commissioning Group, 2016   

Physical description: 2 page, 1 double-sided finger card, 7x3cm.   

Summary: These finger cards signpost to the Mindmate website where young people in Leeds can find help with their mental health and wellbeing.   

Subject areas: Mental health, Young people   

MindWell bookmark (L153)

ID: L153   

Corporate author: mHabitat   

Publication information: Leeds: mHabitat, 2019   

Physical description: 2 page, 1 bookmark 21x8cm.   

Summary: This bookmark promotes MindWell - the mental health website for people in Leeds. On one side it provides small steps and hints and tips to feel better, and on the other side it signposts to the www.mindwell-leeds.org.uk website for self-help tools and information about support and services in Leeds.   

Subject areas: Mental health, Mental health services, Support services   

MindWell card (L154)

ID: L154   

Corporate author: mHabitat   

Publication information: Leeds: mHabitat, 2019   

Physical description: 2 page, 1 card, 6x9cm.   

Summary: This wallet-sized card promotes MindWell - the mental health website for people in Leeds. On one side it provides a breakdown of the services available via MindWell, including self-help tools, and help in a mental health emergency. On the other side it signposts to the www.mindwell-leeds.org.uk website.   

Subject areas: Mental health, Mental health services, Support services   

MindMate support card display box (L150)

ID: L150   

Corporate author: NHS Leeds Clinical Commissioning Group   

Publication information: Leeds: NHS Leeds Clinical Commissioning Group, no date   

Physical description: 1 page, 1 foldable card   

Summary: Flat cut card that assembles into a card display box for the MindMate support cards: Confused about how to get support for your mental health? (L152).   

Subject areas: Mental health, Mental health services, Support services   

MindWell card display box (L156)

ID: L156   

Corporate author: mHabitat   

Publication information: Leeds: mHabitat, no date   

Physical description: 1 page, 1 foldable card, 24x21cm.   

Summary: Flat cut card that assembles into a card display box for the MindWell cards (L152).   

Subject areas: Mental health, Mental health services, Support services   

Postnatal depression (L178)

ID: L178   

Corporate author: HP-publications   

Publication information: Milton Keynes: HP-publications, 2019   

Physical description: 6 page, 1 leaflet, 21x10cm.   

Summary: This leaflet explains what is postnatal depression; its symptoms; how to help yourself; how to access more help; self-help tips for dads   

Subject areas: Postnatal depression, Mental health   

Self-harm in over 50s: raising awareness and breaking the stigma (L182)

ID: (L182)   

Corporate author: Leeds City Council   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds City Council, no date   

Physical description: 6 page, 1 leaflet, 21x10cm.   

Summary: This leaflet by Leeds City Council, Leeds Older People's Forum, and Battle Scars is aimed at those supporting adults over the age of 50 who are self-harming. It provides information on what is self-harm, how to help or support someone who is self-harming, as well as contact details for seven organisations that can provide help and information.   

Subject areas: Mental health, Older people, Self-harm   

Stress, anxiety and anger are part of growing up (P660)

ID: P660   

Corporate author: NHS Leeds Clinical Commissioning Group   

Publication information: Leeds: NHS Leeds Clinical Commissioning Group, 2021   

Physical description: 1 poster, 30x21cm.   

Summary: An A3 poster is aimed at young people in Leeds. It features three people by a lamp. It signposts to https://www.mindmate.org.uk/ and @MindMateLeeds.   

Subject areas: Mental health, Mental health services, Young people   

Supporting young people who self-harm or feel suicidal: a guide for professionals in Leeds working with young people aged 25 and under (L180)

ID: L180   

Corporate author: Leeds City Council   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds City Council, 2019   

Physical description: 28 page, 1 booklet, 21x15cm.   

Summary: This booklet is for anyone who works with children, young people and young adults under 25 in Leeds. It includes sections on self-harm, suicide, information sharing, and referral pathways.   

Subject areas: Mental health, Young people, Self-harm   

The wellbeing club (L158)

ID: L158   

Corporate author: Leeds City Council   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds City Council, 2023   

Physical description: 44 page, 1 booklet, 15x11cm.   

Summary: The Wellbeing Club resource is a colourful 44-page emotional wellbeing resource activity pack designed and produced by young people in the city. It is for teachers or youth workers in Leeds to use in their settings with a target age range of 10-18 year olds. There are 12 fun and creative wellbeing activities included in the pack, as well as a 'how to guide', and a section detailing the further mental health support that is available to young people in the city.   

Subject areas: Mental health, Young people   

Think your mate is bottling something up? Help a friend who might be struggling alone (P654)

ID: P654   

Corporate author: West Yorkshire Health and Care Partnership   

Publication information: Leeds: West Yorkshire Health and Care Partnership, no date   

Physical description: 1 poster, 30x21cm.   

Summary: Anyone can feel low, alone and even suicidal. This poster encourages people to support friends by directing them to the 'Check-in with your mate' website.   

Subject areas: Mental health, Mental health services, Suicide   

Think your mate is bottling something up? (L165)

ID: L165

Corporate author: West Yorkshire Health and Care Partnership   

Publication information: Leeds: West Yorkshire Health and Care Partnership, no date   

Physical description: 2 page, 1 leaflet, 21x15cm.   

Summary: Anyone can feel low, alone and even suicidal. This leaflet encourages people to support friends by directing them to the 'Check-in with your mate' website.   

Subject areas: Mental health, Mental health services, Suicide   

Think your mate is bottling something up? Help a friend who might be struggling alone (P654)

ID: P654   

Corporate author: West Yorkshire Health and Care Partnership   

Publication information: Leeds: West Yorkshire Health and Care Partnership, no date   

Physical description: 1 poster, 30x21cm.   

Summary: Anyone can feel low, alone and even suicidal. This poster encourages people to support friends by directing them to the 'Check-in with your mate' website.   

Subject areas: Mental health, Mental health services, Suicide   

Under 18, struggling to cope and need help now? (L166)

Variant title: MindMate Crisis Card (L166)   

ID: L166   

Corporate author: NHS Leeds Clinical Commissioning Group   

Publication information: Leeds: NHS Leeds Clinical Commissioning Group, 2023   

Physical description: 2 page, 1 z-card, 9x6cm.   

Summary: This pocket sized pull out leaflet contains contact details for mental health support services in Leeds for under 18s.   

Subject areas: Mental health Mental health services Support services   

Worried about self-harm? (L179)

ID: L179   

Corporate author: Leeds City Council   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds City Council, 2019   

Physical description: 2 page, 1 wallet card, 6x9cm.   

Summary: A double sized wallet card about where to download the NHS and MindMate mobile app Calm Harm if someone is worried about self-harm.   

Subject areas: Self-harm, Mental health, Mental health services   

Worried about self-harm? (P652)

ID: P652   

Corporate author: Leeds City Council   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds City Council, 2019   

Physical description: 1 poster, 42x30cm.   

Summary: This A3 poster is aimed at young people at risk of self-harm. It directs people to download the Calm Harm mobile app.   

Subject areas: Self-harm, Mental health services, Mental health   

Worried about your child's mental health? (P642)

ID: P642   

Corporate author: NHS Leeds Clinical Commissioning Group   

Publication information: Leeds: NHS Leeds Clinical Commissioning Group, 2022   

Physical description: 1 poster, 30x21cm.   

Summary: This A4 poster, which is aimed at parents of under-18s, features cartoon characters of adults and young people in a park, stood in front of a sign that reads "Worried about your mental health?". The poster signposts to www.mindmate.org.uk for support and advice.   

Subject areas: Mental health, Mental health services, Support services   

Worried about your mental health? (P641)

ID: P641   

Corporate author: NHS Leeds Clinical Commissioning Group   

Publication information: Leeds: NHS Leeds Clinical Commissioning Group, 2022   

Physical description: 1 poster, 30x21cm.   

Summary: This A4 poster, which is aimed at under-18s, features cartoon characters of young people in a park, stood in front of a sign that reads "Worried about your mental health?". The poster signposts to www.mindmate.org.uk for support and advice.   

Subject areas: Mental health, Mental health services, Support services   

Young people can experience many emotions and challenges (P663)

ID: P663   

Corporate author: NHS Leeds Clinical Commissioning Group   

Publication information: Leeds: NHS Leeds Clinical Commissioning Group, 2021   

Physical description: 1 poster, 30x21cm.   

Summary: An A3 poster is aimed at young people in Leeds. It features two young people and a mental health professional. This poster signposts to https://www.mindmate.org.uk/ and @MindMateLeeds.   

Subject areas: Mental health, Mental health services, Young people   

Your mind matters: thinking about your mental health (L163)

ID: L163   

Corporate author: Age UK   

Publication information: London: Age UK, 2019   

Physical description: 36 page, 1 booklet, 21x15cm.   

Summary: A5 booklet for older adults about mental health with information about support available and wellbeing tips.   

Subject areas: Mental health, Support services   

Bereavement

Bereavement

Have you been affected by suicide (L175)

ID: L175   

Corporate author: Leeds Mind   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds Mind, no date   

Physical description: 2 page, 1 leaflet, 21x15cm.   

Summary: This A5 sized leaflet provides contact details for the Leeds Mind suicide bereavement services, which provide compassionate support for anyone bereaved or affected by suicide.   

Subject areas: Bereavement, Suicide, Mental health   

Have you been affected by suicide (P666)

ID: P666   

Corporate author: Leeds Mind   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds Mind, no date   

Physical description: 1 poster, 30x21cm.   

Summary: This A4 sized poster provides contact details for the Leeds Mind suicide bereavement services, which provide compassionate support for anyone bereaved or affected by suicide.   

Subject areas: Bereavement, Suicide, Mental health   


Help is at hand z card (L160)

ID: L160   

Corporate author: Office for Health Improvement and Disparities   

Publication information: London: Office for Health Improvement and Disparities, no date   

Physical description: 2 page, 1 z-card, 6x9cm.   

Summary: This z-card,, which opens up to 30x24cm, has been produced to help people who are unexpectedly bereaved following the suicide or sudden, traumatic death of a friend or relative. It provides contact details for support services, information on what may happen next, and suggestions for how to tell people what has happened.   

Subject areas: Suicide, Bereavement, Support services   

Help is at hand: support after someone may have died by suicide (L159)

ID: L159   

Corporate author: Office for Health Improvement and Disparities   

Publication information: London: Office for Health Improvement and Disparities, 2018   

Physical description: 66 page, 1 booklet, 25x18cm.   

Summary: This guide has been produced to help people who are unexpectedly bereaved following the suicide or sudden, traumatic death of a friend or relative. It also provides information for others who come into contact with bereaved people, to help them understand the impact of suicide and how they can provide support.   

Subject areas: Suicide, Bereavement, Support services   

Leeds Mind suicide bereavement services (L176)

ID: L176   

Corporate author: Leeds MIND   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds Mind, 2019   

Physical description: 1 page, 1 leaflet, 6x9cm.   

Summary: This wallet sized card provides contact details for the Leeds Mind Suicide Bereavement Services.   

Subject areas: Bereavement, Suicide, Mental health   

Preparing a child for loss (L174)

ID: L174   

Corporate author: Macmillan Cancer Support   

Publication information: London: Macmillan Cancer Support, 2018   

Physical description: 66 page, 1 booklet, 21x15cm.   

Summary: The information aims to help you prepare and talk to a child or children about your death. It's for parents or guardians who are near the end of life. Partners, grandparents and close family members may find it useful, too. It may also help you talk to children who are already dealing with the death of a family member.   

Subject areas: Death, Bereavement, Children   

We're here for you: a pocket resource of support available to anyone impacted by suicide (L177)

ID: L177   

Corporate author: Leeds Mind   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds Mind, nd

Physical description: 6 page, 1 leaflet, 21x10 cm.   

Summary: This leaflet was created by the Leeds Mind Suicide Prevention Volunteers, and the Leeds Mind Suicide Bereavement Services. It contains information on the services which are available to support anyone impacted by suicide.   

Subject areas: Bereavement, Suicide, Mental health.

Healthy eating

Healthy eating

Afro-Caribbean eat well guide (L204)

ID: L204   

Corporate author: Leeds City Council   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds City Council, 2022   

Physical description: 2 page, 1 leaflet, 15x21cm.   

Summary: The Afro-Caribbean Eat Well Guide is based upon Public Health England's Eatwell guide and is aimed at the Afro-Caribbean community. Side 1 features an Eatwell plate that shows how to get a balance of healthier and more sustainable food as well as how much of what you eat should come from each food group. Side 2 contains tips for eating well.   

Subject areas: Healthy eating, Nutrition, Adults   

Eastern European guide (L230)

ID: L230   

Corporate author: Leeds City Council   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds City Council, 2018   

Physical description: 2 page, 1 leaflet, 15x21cm.   

Summary: This local guide, which is adapted from the Eatwell guide (L202), features a healthy eating plate with foods from the Eastern European diet on one side, and top tips for eating well on the other side.   

Subject areas: Healthy eating, Nutrition   

Eatwell guide (L202)

ID: L202   

Corporate author: Office for Health Improvement and Disparities   

Publication information: London: Office for Health Improvement and Disparities, 2016   

Physical description: 1 page, 1 leaflet, 15x21cm.   

Summary: The eatwell plate shows how to get a balance of healthier and more sustainable food. It shows how much of what you eat should come from each food group.   

Subject areas: Healthy eating, Nutrition, Adults   

Eatwell Guide (P671)

ID: P671   

Corporate author: Office for Health Improvement and Disparities   

Publication information: London: Office for Health Improvement and Disparities, 2016   

Physical description: 1 poster, 30x42cm.   

Summary: The Eatwell Guide shows the proportions in which different types of foods are needed to have a well-balanced and healthy diet. The proportions shown are representative of your food consumption over the period of a day or even a week, not necessarily each meal time.   

Subject areas: Healthy eating, Nutrition   

Family food and well-being: working together to improve access to food for families (L201)

ID: L201   

Corporate author: Leeds City Council   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds City Council, 2024   

Physical description: 4 page, 1 leaflet, 21x15cm.   

Summary: This leaflet provides information and contact details for food banks in Leeds, the Leeds Money Information Centre (LeedsMIC), community hubs, how to access holiday schemes, Healthy Start information, and free school meals.   

Subject areas: Food poverty, School meals, Healthy eating   

Find healthier swaps for the whole family (L215)

ID: L215   

Corporate author: Office for Health Improvement and Disparities   

Publication information: London: Office for Health Improvement and Disparities, 2022   

Physical description: 2 page, 1 leaflet, 21x15cm.   

Summary: This leaflet is aimed at children and young families and aims to encourage them to download the NHS Food Scanner app to find healthier food and drink swaps. Side 1 of the leaflet features a picture of a corner pot style dessert swapped for a lower sugar fruit yogurt. Side 2 encourages the child to make 5 swaps and colour in the swaps as they progress to a Swap Rockstar.   

Subject areas: Healthy eating, Food Nutrition   

Find healthier swaps with food scanner (P674)

ID: P674   

Corporate author: Office for Health Improvement and Disparities   

Publication information: London: Office for Health Improvement and Disparities, 2022   

Physical description: 1 poster, 30x21cm.   

Summary: This poster is aimed at children and young families and aims to encourage them to download the NHS Food Scanner app to find healthier food and drink swaps. The poster features a photo of an adult's hand holding a smartphone over a fruity chew loaf bar that is held by a child's hand, with a thumbs up for a healthy choice. This poster is also available in A3 size (P675)   

Subject areas: Healthy eating, Food Nutrition   

Find healthier swaps with food scanner (P675)

ID: P675   

Corporate author: Office for Health Improvement and Disparities   

Publication information: London: Office for Health Improvement and Disparities, 2022   

Physical description: 1 poster, 42x30cm.   

Summary: This poster is aimed at children and young families and aims to encourage them to download the NHS Food Scanner app to find healthier food and drink swaps. The poster features a photo of an adult's hand holding a smartphone over a fruity chew loaf bar that is held by a child's hand, with a thumbs up for a healthy choice. This poster is also available in A4 size (P674)   

Subject areas: Healthy eating, Food Nutrition   

Just one more: at nursery (P670)

ID: P670   

Corporate author: Foodwise Leeds   

Publication information: Leeds: Foodwise Leeds, 2023   

Physical description: 1 poster, 30x21cm.   

Summary: Just One More is a local campaign to encourage people across Leeds to eat just one more portion of vegetables every day. This A4 poster depicts a girl eating a packed lunch at nursery. The poster directs the reader to further information about the campaign on the Foodwise Leeds website.   

Subject areas: Healthy eating, Food, Nutrition   


Just one more: at school (P677)

ID: P677   

Corporate author: Foodwise Leeds   

Publication information: Leeds: Foodwise Leeds, 2023   

Physical description: 1 poster, 30x21cm.   

Summary: Just One More is a local campaign to encourage people across Leeds to eat just one more portion of vegetables every day. This A4 poster depicts a primary school aged boy happily eating a forkful of carrots. The poster directs the reader to further information about the Just One More campaign on the Foodwise Leeds website.   

Subject areas: Healthy eating, Food, Nutrition   


Just one more: as a snack (P685)

ID: P685   

Corporate author: Foodwise Leeds   

Publication information: Leeds: Foodwise Leeds, 2023   

Physical description: 1 poster, 30x21cm.   

Summary: Just One More is a local campaign to encourage people across Leeds to eat just one more portion of vegetables every day. This A4 poster depicts children's hands reaching for snacks from a plate of carrot and cucumber sticks. The poster directs the reader to further information about the Just One More campaign on the Foodwise Leeds website.   

Subject areas: Healthy eating, Food, Nutrition   


Just one more: in your meals (P692)

ID: P692   

Corporate author: Foodwise Leeds   

Publication information: Leeds: Foodwise Leeds, 2023   

Physical description: 1 poster, 30x21cm.   

Summary: Just One More is a local campaign to encourage people across Leeds to eat just one more portion of vegetables every day. This A4 poster depicts a pan full of fresh vegetables. The poster directs the reader to find out for about the Just One More campaign on the Foodwise Leeds website.   

Subject areas: Healthy eating, Food, Nutrition   


Just one more: seasonality calendar (P833)

ID: P833   

Corporate author: Foodwise Leeds   

Publication information: Leeds: Foodwise Leeds, 2023   

Physical description: 1 poster, 21x30cm.   

Summary: Just One More is a local campaign to encourage people across Leeds to eat just one more portion of vegetables every day. This A4 poster provides a calendar of seasonal vegetables, with space to record recipe ideas.   

Subject areas: Healthy eating, Food, Nutrition   


Look for 100 calorie (kcal) snacks (P684)

ID: P684   

Corporate author: Office for Health Improvement and Disparities   

Publication information: London: Office for Health Improvement and Disparities, 2017   

Physical description: 1 poster, 30x21cm.   

Summary: This poster features a cartoon adult pushing a shopping trolley full of nutritious food, with a small child in the seat holding a healthier snack. The poster has the tagline: When choosing snacks for the kids, look for 100 calorie snacks - two a day max.   

Subject areas: Healthy eating, Diet, Child health   

Make a swap when you next shop (P672)

ID: P672   

Corporate author: Office for Health Improvement and Disparities   

Publication information: London: Office for Health Improvement and Disparities, 2019   

Physical description: 1 poster, 30x21cm.   

Summary: This poster promotes making healthy sugar swaps when shopping by swapping higher sugar foods for lower sugar alternatives, aided by downloading the Change4Life Food Scanner App.   

Subject areas: Healthy eating, Sugar, Nutrition   

South Asian eatwell guide (L209)

ID: L209   

Corporate author: Leeds City Council   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds City Council, 2022   

Physical description: 2 page, 1 leaflet, 15x21cm.   

Summary: The South Asian Eatwell Guide is based upon Public Health England's Eatwell guide and is aimed at the South Asian community. Side 1 features an Eatwell plate that shows how to get a balance of healthier and more sustainable food as well as how much of what you eat should come from each food group. Side 2 contains tips for eating well.   

Subject areas: Healthy eating, Nutrition, Adults   

Spotting the signs of dehydration (L207)

ID: L207   

Corporate author: Leeds City Council   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds City Council, 2019   

Physical description: 6 page, 1 leaflet, 21x10cm.   

Summary: This leaflet is aimed at older people and their carers. It provides information on spotting the signs and symptoms of dehydration, who is at high risk, and what to do if you are concerned.   

Subject areas: Dehydration, Healthy eating, Older people   

Spotting the signs of malnutrition (L206)

ID: L206   

Corporate author: Leeds City Council   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds City Council, 2019   

Physical description: 6 page, 1 leaflet, 21x10cm.   

Summary: This leaflet is aimed at older people and their carers. It provides information on spotting the signs and symptoms of malnutrition, who is at high risk, and what to do if you are concerned.   

Subject areas: Malnutrition, Healthy eating, Older people   

Taking control of food portions and labels (L211)

ID: L211   

Corporate author: British Heart Foundation   

Publication information: London: British Heart Foundation, 2019   

Physical description: 18 page, 1 booklet, 15x11cm.   

Summary: This booklet provides practical tips on how to measure portions and read food labels.   

Subject areas: Food labelling, Healthy eating, Heart health   

Top tips to keep your family healthy and happy (L205)

ID: L205   

Corporate author: Office for Health Improvement and Disparities   

Publication information: London: Office for Health Improvement and Disparities, 2022   

Physical description: 2 page, 1 leaflet, 21x15cm.   

Summary: This flyer details five tips to keep your family healthy: Sugar swaps, snack smart, getting active every day, portion control, and eating out.   

Subject areas: Healthy eating, Physical activity, Families   

Vitamin D (L213)

ID: L213   

Corporate author: British Dietetic Association   

Publication information: Birmingham: British Dietetic Association, 2019   

Physical description: 2 page, 1 leaflet, 30 x21cm.   

Summary: This double-sided fact sheet provides information on what vitamin D is; what it does to the body; what happens if you don't get enough; sun safety; groups at risk of low vitamin D; which foods contain it; and where to find supplements.   

Subject areas: Vitamin D, Nutrition, Healthy eating   

Vitamin D: information for patients (L214)

ID: L214   

Corporate author: East and North Hertfordshire Clinical Commissioning Group   

Publication information: Hertfordshire: East and North Hertfordshire Clinical Commissioning Group, 2020   

Physical description: 8 page, 1 leaflet, 21x15cm.   

Summary: This vitamin D booklet is an Easy Read version. It features colourful pictures and large text to make the information contained within easier to read and understand. This booklet has sections on why vitamin D is important; where vitamin D comes from; who is at risk of vitamin D deficiency; and where to go for more information.   

Subject areas: Nutrition, Vitamin D   

What's in energy drinks?/sugar swaps (L200)

ID: L200   

Corporate author: NHS   

Publication information: London: NHS, no date   

Physical description: 2 page, 1 leaflet, 21x15cm.   

Summary: This double sided leaflet highlights the effects of caffeine that is found in energy drinks. This leaflet can be use alongside our ENERGYDRINKS game. On the other side of the leaflet it tells us how much sugar is in fizzy drinks and what alternatives we can swap to for a healthier eating routine. This compliments our SUGARSWAPS game found in the C4LGAMESKIT1/2.   

Subject areas: Healthy eating, Nutrition   

Weaning

Weaning

Growing, laughing, sitting, teething!: but when is baby ready for weaning (P680)

ID: P680   

Corporate author: Office for Health Improvement and Disparities   

Publication information: London: Office for Health Improvement and Disparities, 2019   

Physical description: 1 poster, 30x21cm.   

Summary: This A4 poster features a baby wearing a bib and holding a plastic spoon. It asks that readers search 'Start4Life' for expert weaning advice and support.   

Subject areas: Nutrition, Infant feeding, Healthy eating   

Slurp, burp, munch, crunch!: what should baby be eating for lunch? (P679)

ID: P679   

Corporate author: Office for Health Improvement and Disparities   

Publication information: London: Office for Health Improvement and Disparities, 2019   

Physical description: 1 poster, 30x21cm.   

Summary: This A4 poster features a baby munching on broccoli. It asks that readers search 'Start4Life' for expert weaning advice and support.   

Subject areas: Weaning, Infant feeding, Healthy eating   

Trying new flavours, textures and tastes?: how do I do it at baby's own pace? (P681)

ID: P681   

Corporate author: Office for Health Improvement and Disparities   

Publication information: London: Office for Health Improvement and Disparities, 2019   

Physical description: 1 poster, 30x21cm.   

Summary: This A4 poster features a baby eating bread. It asks that readers search 'Start4Life' for expert weaning advice and support.   

Subject areas: Infant feeding, Weaning, Healthy eating   

Food handling

Food handling

Don't wash raw chicken (P678)

ID: P678   

Corporate author: Food Standards Agency   

Publication information: London: Food Standards Agency, 2014   

Physical description: 1 poster, 42x30cm.   

Summary: This poster advises readers not to wash raw chicken before cooking. Splashing can spread campylobacter on to surfaces, clothing and equipment, which can lead to serious illness. Thorough cooking kills campylobacter.   

Subject areas: Food handling, Campylobacter, Food safety   

Physical activity

Physical activity

Active imaginations (L227)

ID: L227   

Corporate author: Leeds City Council   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds City Council, 2019   

Physical description: 4 page, 1 leaflet, 30x11cm.   

Summary: This leaflet is aimed at parents and carers of two to four year old children, to help them find ways to get 180 minutes of daily physical activity into their children's lives. It signposts to the Active Imaginations website, YouTube channel and Facebook page, for fun and simple activities. Additionally, the leaflet can be used to create a paper airplane and / or be used to play paper basketball.   

Subject areas: Physical activity, Children, Parenting   

Active imaginations (P693)

ID: P693   

Corporate author: Leeds City Council   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds City Council, 2019   

Physical description: 1 poster, 42x30cm.   

Summary: This poster is aimed at parents and carers of two to four year old children, to help them find ways to get 180 minutes of daily physical activity into their children's lives. It signposts to the Active Imaginations website, YouTube channel and Facebook page, for fun and simple activities.   

Subject areas: Physical activity, Children, Parents   

I walk her: she lifts me (P673)

ID: P673   

Corporate author: Office for Health Improvement and Disparities   

Publication information: London: Office for Health Improvement and Disparities, 2019   

Physical description: 1 poster, 30x21cm.   

Summary: Part of the 'We are undefeatable' campaign and aimed at those who have long-term conditions and are inactive, this A4 poster features a smiling woman with a dog in the park and signposts to the campaign website: WeAreUndefeatable.co.uk.   

Subject areas: Physical activity, Health improvement, Long-term conditions   

Keeping Well at Home (L339)

ID: L339   

Corporate author: Healthy Ageing Research Group   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds City Council, 2020   

Physical description: 24 page, 1 booklet, 30x21cm.   

Summary: This 24 page booklet is aimed at older adults and includes ideas and suggestions for staying well at home, including strength and balance exercise, and what to do if you fall. It contains contact numbers for local and national support organisations.   

Subject areas: Physical activity, Healthy lifestyle   

Physical activity spinner, (L223)

ID: L223   

Corporate author: Leeds City Council   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds City Council, 2022   

Physical description: 2 page, 1 spinner, 19x19cm.   

Summary: This circular spinner, features seven physical activities and provides additional information on how to gain access to the activities. Examples include dancing, running, gardening, cycling, and walking. The card also provides information on the benefits of physical activity, how much we should all be doing, and how to get started. The resource promotes the "We are undefeatable" national campaign to support people with long term conditions to become more physically active.   

Subject areas: Physical activity, Health improvement   

Ready Set Rainbow! (L220)

ID: L220   

Corporate author: Leeds City Council   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds City Council, 2020   

Physical description: 36 page, 1 booklet, 21x15cm.   

Summary: This booklet designed by Active Leeds is for young children and families to help motivate them to keep active and use mindful techniques to stay healthy. It includes simple tips and activities to do at home.   

Subject areas: Physical activity, Children   

Shake up your summer! (P682)

ID: P682   

Corporate author: Office for Health Improvement and Disparities   

Publication information: London Office for Health Improvement and Disparities, 2022   

Physical description: 1 poster, 30x21cm.   

Summary: This A4 poster features characters from Disney, Marvel and Pixar films. It urges the reader to search for '10 Minute Shake Up' to find games to keep children active during the summer. This poster is also available in A3 size (P683). A '10 Minute Shake Up' leaflet is also available (L224).   

Subject areas: Physical activity, Children   

Shake up your summer! (P683)

ID: P683   

Corporate author: Office for Health Improvement and Disparities   

Publication information: London Office for Health Improvement and Disparities, 2022   

Physical description: 1 poster, 42x30cm.   

Summary: This A3 poster features characters from Disney, Marvel and Pixar films. It urges the reader to search for '10 Minute Shake Up' to find games to keep children active during the summer. This poster is also available in A4 size (P682). A '10 Minute Shake Up' leaflet is also available (L224).   

Subject areas: Physical activity, Children   

Stay in: work out (P676)

ID: P676   

Corporate author: Office for Health Improvement and Disparities   

Publication information: London: Office for Health Improvement and Disparities, 2019   

Physical description: 1 poster, 30x 21cm.   

Summary: Part of the 'We are undefeatable' campaign and aimed at those who have long-term conditions and are inactive, this A4 poster features a smiling man with a chest scar and signposts to the free Action 10 walking app.   

Subject areas: Physical activity, Health improvement, Long-term conditions   

Understanding physical activity (L221)

ID: L221   

Corporate author: British Heart Foundation   

Publication information: London: British Heart Foundation, 2018   

Physical description: 16 page, 1 booklet, 15x11cm.   

Summary: This short booklet explains why being inactive increases your risk of heart and circulatory diseases. It tells you what type of activity you need to do to help your heart, and includes tips for building physical activity into your everyday life.   

Subject areas: Physical activity, Heart health   

Up & about (L222)

ID: L222   

Corporate author: NHS   

Publication information: London: NHS, no date   

Physical description: 2 page, 1 leaflet, 21x15cm.   

Summary: This flyer promotes more physical activity and less time in front of the television. There are ideas on the back of the flyer for fun active things to do.   

Subject areas: Children, Physical activity, Health improvement   

Oral health

Oral health

Clean teeth chart (P690)

ID: P690   

Corporate author: Leeds City Council   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds City Council, 2018   

Physical description: 1 poster, 30x42cm.   

Summary: This bright orange A3 poster, features a big cartoon smile showing 14 smiling white teeth. It is aimed at young children. Each time the child cleans their teeth for two minutes, they can colour in one of the teeth. Over the week, the child will have an opportunity to colour in all 14 little teeth.   

Subject areas: Oral health, Tooth, Children   

How often should I brush my teeth? (L241)

ID: L241   

Corporate author: Leeds City Council   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds City Council, no date   

Physical description: 6 page, 1 leaflet, 21x10cm.   

Summary: This leaflet highlights the importance of good oral health in babies and children. It provides tips on how to brush teeth as well as information on tooth decay.   

Subject areas: Oral health, Oral hygiene   

My clean teeth chart (P686)

ID: P686   

Corporate author: Leeds City Council   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds City Council, 2015   

Physical description: 1 poster, 42x30cm.   

Summary: This bright poster, featuring teeth characters, is aimed at encouraging young children to brush their teeth twice a day, every day. The poster contains an a.m. and p.m. slot for each day of the week that children can mark off to show progress.   

Subject areas: Oral health, Tooth, Children   

When can I go to the dentist? (P687)

ID: P687   

Corporate author: Leeds City Council   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds City Council, 2015   

Physical description: 1 poster, 30x21cm.   

Summary: This A4 poster, featuring a smiling toddler asking the question, "When can I go to the dentist?", is aimed at parents and carers of babies and toddlers. It advises that young children can be taken to see the dentist as soon as they get their first tooth. For more information visit www.leedssmiles.co.uk.   

Subject areas: Oral health, Tooth, Babies   

When can I have fluoride varnish applied to my teeth? (P688)

ID: P688   

Corporate author: Leeds City Council   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds City Council, 2015   

Physical description: 1 poster, 30x21cm.   

Summary: This A4 poster, featuring a smiling girl asking the question, "When can I have fluoride varnish applied to my teeth?", is aimed at parents and carers of young children. It recommends asking their dentist about fluoride varnish when the child is three years old. For more information visit www.leedssmiles.co.uk.   

Subject areas: Oral health, Tooth, Children   

When can I start using an open cup? (P689)

ID: P689   

Corporate author: Leeds City Council   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds City Council, 2015   

Physical description: 1 poster, 30x21cm.   

Summary: This A4 poster, featuring a baby holding and drinking from an open cup asking the question, "When can I start using an open cup?", is aimed at parents and carers. It advises that babies can start drinking from a small open or free flow cup when they are 6 months old. For more information visit www.leedssmiles.co.uk.   

Subject areas: Oral health, Tooth, Babies   

Sexual health

Sexual health

Being safer on the chemsex scene (L277)

ID: L277   

Corporate author: Forward Leeds   

Publication information: Leeds: Forward Leeds, 2023   

Physical description: 2 page, 1 leaflet, 9x6cm.   

Summary: This credit card sized leaflet is aimed at those who use drugs as part of their sex life. It features images of a disco light, condom wrapper, lubricant, and U=U. It points readers to forwardleeds.co.uk/chemsex for information on keeping safe, dependency, health and mental health, consent, and STIs, as well as providing contact details for advice and support. Also available as an A3 poster: order code P706.   

Subject areas: Sexual behaviour, Sexual health, Drug use   

Being safer on the chemsex scene (P706)

ID: P706   

Corporate author: Forward Leeds   

Publication information: Leeds: Forward Leeds, 2023   

Physical description: 1 poster, 42x30cm.   

Summary: This A3 poster is aimed at those who use drugs as part of their sex life. It features images of a disco light, condom wrapper, lubricant, and U=U. It points readers to forwardleeds.co.uk/chemsex for information on keeping safe, dependency, health and mental health, consent, and STIs, as well as providing contact details for advice and support. Also available as a credit-card sized leaflet: order code L277.   

Subject areas: Sexual behaviour, Sexual health, Drug use   

Sexual consent: do you get it? (L276)

ID: L276   

Corporate author: Somerset & Avon Rape and Sexual Abuse Support   

Publication information: Bristol: Somerset & Avon Rape and Sexual Abuse Support, no date   

Physical description: 8 page, 1 leaflet, 15x11cm.   

Summary: This booklet covers sexual consent, and how to obtain it, using the pause, play and stop understanding.   

Subject areas: Sexual behaviour, Sexual health, Safe sex   

Contraception

How to use a condom (L255)

ID: L255   

Corporate author: Leeds City Council   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds City Council, no date   

Physical description: 6 page, 1 leaflet, 11x11cm.   

Summary: This leaflet shows you how to use a condom safely and correctly. It also provides information on what to do if the condom tears, splits or comes off during use.   

Subject areas: Sexual health, Contraception, Sexual health services   

Long acting reversible contraception (LARC): young person's guide to LARC - contraception you don't have to think about everyday (L257)

ID: L257   

Corporate author: Leeds City Council   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds City Council, 2018   

Physical description: 7 page, 1 leaflet, 21x15cm.   

Summary: This leaflet is aimed at young people and provides information on the four available forms of long acting reversible contraception: implant, IUD, IUS, and contraceptive injection.   

Subject areas: Sexual health, Contraception, Young people   

Sexual health pharmacies: emergency contraception (L278)

ID: L278   

Corporate author: Leeds City Council   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds City Council, 2018   

Physical description: 2 page, 1 double-sided card, 6x9cm.   

Summary: This LeedsSexualHealth.com card provides information on the free emergency contraception service and free STI testing kits for 16-24 year olds, which are available from sexual health pharmacies. The card signposts to LeedsSexualHealth.com   

Subject areas: Contraception, Sexually transmitted infections   

Your guide to Contraception (L256)

ID: L256   

Corporate author: FPA   

Publication information: Derby: FPA, 2017   

Physical description: 14 page, 1 booklet, 21x10cm.   

Summary: A fold-out leaflet, giving a user-friendly overview of all 15 methods of contraception available in the UK.   

Subject areas: Sexual health, Contraception   

Your guide to long-acting reversible contraception (LARC) (L258)

ID: L258   

Corporate author: FPA   

Publication information: Derby: FPA, 2020   

Physical description: 8 page, 1 leaflet, 21x10cm.   

Summary: A fold-out leaflet, giving a user-friendly overview of the four LARC methods: the implant, injection, IUS and IUD.   

Subject areas: Sexual health, Contraception   

Pregnancy

Physical activity for pregnant women (L365)

ID: L365   

Corporate author: Department of Health and Social Care   

Publication information: London: Department of Health and Social Care, 2017   

Physical description: 1 page, 1 leaflet, 21x15cm.   

Summary: This infographic leaflet is aimed at pregnant women and provides information on physical activity frequency, intensity and time, together with specific examples of suitable activities and key safety messages. It has been designed as a tool to support health professionals to facilitate effective physical activity counselling during pregnancy.   

Subject areas: Prenatal care, Pregnancy, Physical activity   

Pregnancy: a young person's guide (L264)

ID: L264   

Corporate author: FPA   

Publication information: Derby: FPA, 2014   

Physical description: 16 page, 1 booklet, 15x11cm.   

Summary: This comic style booklet gives young people a realistic view of pregnancy. It covers reproduction, planning a pregnancy, the development of the foetus and birth. It meets curriculum guidance for key stages 3 and 4.   

Subject areas: Sexual health, Teenage pregnancy   

Pregnant and don't know what to do?: a guide to your options (L252)

ID: L252   

Corporate author: FPA   

Publication information: Derby: FPA, 2018   

Physical description: 16 page, 1 booklet, 21x10cm.   

Summary: This booklet details options available to women and girls who may be pregnant. It includes a section on pregnancy testing, continuing with the pregnancy, abortion, adoption, and where to get more information and advice.   

Subject areas: Sexual health, Pregnancy Abortion - induced   

You're pregnant... what now? (L253)

ID: L253   

Corporate author: Leeds City Council   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds City Council, 2022   

Physical description: 2 page, 1 leaflet, 21x15cm.   

Summary: This double-sided leaflet is aimed at women who have just discovered they are pregnant and don't know what to do next. One side provides information on who to contact if the reader wishes to continue with their pregnancy, and who to contact if they feel unsure. It also contains the link www.pregnantwhatnow.co.uk. The other side features an image of a hand holding a positive pregnancy test. It also contains a QR code and prompts the reader to look after themselves by eating a healthy diet, stopping smoking and avoiding alcohol. The QR code takes the reader to the You're Pregnant... What now? site.   

Subject areas: Pregnancy, Maternal health, Sexual health   

You're pregnant... what now? (L254)

ID: L254   

Corporate author: Leeds City Council   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds City Council, 2022   

Physical description: 2 page, 1 card, 6x9cm.   

Summary: This wallet-sized card is aimed at women who have just discovered they are pregnant and don't know what to do next. One side contains the link www.pregnantwhatnow.co.uk. The other side contains a QR code and prompts the reader to see their midwife or health professional to discuss pregnancy choices and access support. The QR code takes the reader to the You're Pregnant... What now? site.   

Subject areas: Pregnancy, Maternal health, Sexual health   

You're pregnant... what now? (P694)

ID: P694   

Corporate author: Leeds City Council   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds City Council, 2022   

Physical description: 1 poster, 30x21cm.   

Summary: This poster is aimed at women who have just discovered they are pregnant and don't know what to do next. It provides a prompt to 'Speak to us' to make an appointment with a local midwife to continue the pregnancy, or to find help and guidance if the reader feels unsure or wants to end the pregnancy. It also prompts the reader to look after themselves by eating a healthy diet, stopping smoking and avoiding alcohol. It features an image of a hand holding a positive pregnancy test, and a link and QR code that takes the reader to the You're Pregnant... What now? site.   

Subject areas: Pregnancy, Maternal health, Sexual health   

Sex education

4Boys: a guide to the male body (L265)

ID: L265   

Corporate author: FPA   

Publication information: Derby: FPA, 2019   

Physical description: 16 page, 1 booklet, 15x11cm.   

Summary: 4Boys gives boys the facts they want to know about sexual development with information on testicular self-examination, contraception, sexually transmitted infections and safer sex. The full-colour, highly illustrated booklet is aimed at young people aged 12 and above. For use by teachers and other sexual health professionals delivering sex and relationships education. Parents and carers can also use it with their children.   

Subject areas: Sexual health, Sex education, Puberty   

4Girls: a guide to the female body (L266)

ID: L266   

Corporate author: FPA   

Publication information: Derby: FPA, 2019   

Physical description: 16 page, 1 booklet, 15x11cm.   

Summary: 4Girls gives girls the facts they want to know. The clear text explains physical changes and sexual development, including periods, how pregnancy occurs, contraception, sexually transmitted infections and safer sex. The full-colour, highly illustrated booklet is aimed at young people aged 12 and above. For use by teachers and other sexual health professionals delivering sex and relationships education. Parents and carers can also use it with their children. Meets curriculum guidance for key stages 3 and 4.   

Subject areas: Sexual health, Sex education, Puberty   

Periods: what you need to know (L263)

ID: L263   

Corporate author: FPA   

Publication information: Derby: FPA, 2014   

Physical description: 12 page, 1 booklet, 15x11cm.   

Summary: This colourful booklet for girls aged 9 and above prepares them for menstruation by explaining why people have periods, what happens, and how to deal with them. It uses straightforward text and simple images to answer the most common questions girls have about periods.   

Subject areas: Sexual health, Menstruation, Puberty   

Porn: an educational guide (L267)

ID: L267   

Corporate author: Bish   

Publication information: London: Bish, no date   

Physical description: 4 page, 1 leaflet, 21x15cm.   

Summary: A leaflet explaining that porn is different from reality.   

Subject areas: Sexual health, Sex education, Pornography   

Gender identity

Gender outreach workers (L285)

ID: L285   

Corporate author: Leeds and York Partnership NHS Foundation Trust   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds and York Partnership NHS Foundation Trust, 2022   

Physical description: 4 page, 1 leaflet, 21x15cm.   

Summary: This leaflet provides information on the Gender Outreach Workers service that is aimed at supporting trans, non-binary, and gender diverse people on the Leeds Gender Identity Service waiting list and care pathway. It provides contact details for the information and advice line, as well as information on peer support and social groups, and one-to-one support.   

Subject areas: Gender identity, Transgendered people   

Gender outreach workers (P711)

ID: P711   

Corporate author: Leeds and York Partnership NHS Foundation Trust   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds and York Partnership NHS Foundation Trust, 2022   

Physical description: 1 poster, 42x30cm.   

Summary: This poster provides information about and contact details for the Gender Outreach Workers service that is aimed at supporting trans, non-binary, and gender diverse people on the Leeds Gender Identity Service waiting list and care pathway.   

Subject areas: Gender identity, Transgendered people   

Sexually transmitted infections

PrEP: an easy guide (L270)

ID: L270   

Corporate author: i-Base   

Publication information: London: i-Base, 2023   

Physical description: 1 booklet, 10.5x7.5cm.   

Summary: This pocket-sized leaflet provides information on PrEP (pre-exposure prophylaxis), a medicine which is used to reduce the risk of getting HIV. It covers who can use PrEP, where to get PrEP in the UK, dosing options, and side effects. It also contains links to further information online.   

Subject areas: Sexual health, sexually transmitted infections, HIV   

Chlamydia: looking after your sexual health (L273)

ID: L273   

Corporate author: FPA   

Publication information: Derby: FPA, 2016   

Physical description: 16 page, 1 booklet, 21x10cm.   

Summary: The booklet provides comprehensive information about chlamydia, including causes, transmission, symptoms, tests and treatment.   

Subject areas: Sexual health, Sexually transmitted infections, Chlamydia   

Gonorrhoea: looking after your sexual health (L274)

ID: L274   

Corporate author: FPA   

Publication information: Derby: FPA, 2019   

Physical description: 16 page, 1 booklet, 21x10cm.   

Summary: A booklet containing comprehensive information about gonorrhoea, including causes, transmission, symptoms, tests and treatment.   

Subject areas: Sexual health, Sexually transmitted infections, Gonorrhoea   

Sexually transmitted infections: know the facts (L272)

ID: L272   

Corporate author: Sheffield Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust   

Publication information: Sheffield: Sheffield Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, 2016   

Physical description: 16 page, 1 booklet, 11x15cm.   

Summary: This booklet provides information on the most common sexually transmitted infections, including chlamydia, gonorrhoea, syphilis, and genital warts. For each STI it provides information on symptoms, effect on health, diagnosis, treatment and prevention.   

Subject areas: Sexually transmitted infections, Sexual health   

Shigella (L275)

ID: L275   

Corporate author: Office for Health Improvement and Disparities   

Publication information: London: Office for Health Improvement and Disparities, 2016   

Physical description: 6 page, 1 leaflet, 21x15cm.   

Summary: This leaflet features a photo of an empty toilet roll with the wording "Good session? Bad case of diarrhoea? Maybe it's Shigella". Shigella causes severe diarrhoea and is often mistaken for food poisoning. It's caught from bacteria in faeces getting into your mouth during and after sex. This leaflet provides information on the symptoms; how it is spread; how to avoid it; and what to do if you think you have it.   

Subject areas: Sexually transmitted infections, Sexual health   

HIV: looking after your sexual health (L279)

ID: L279   

Corporate author: FPA   

Publication information: Derby: FPA, 2021   

Physical description: 19 page, 1 booklet, 21x10cm.   

Summary: A booklet containing comprehensive information about HIV, including transmission, prevention, tests, and treatment.   

Subject areas: Sexually transmitted infections, sexual health, HIV   

Shigella (P695)

ID: P695   

Corporate author: Office for Health Improvement and Disparities   

Publication information: London: Office for Health Improvement and Disparities, 2016   

Physical description: 1 poster, 42x30cm.   

Summary: This A3-sized poster features a photo of an empty toilet roll with the wording "Good session? Bad case of diarrhoea? Maybe it's Shigella". Shigella causes severe diarrhoea and is often mistaken for food poisoning. It's caught from bacteria in faeces getting into your mouth during and after sex. This poster provides information on the symptoms; how to avoid it; and where to go for more information.   

Subject areas: Sexually transmitted infections, Sexual health   

You can't always tell who's got an STI (P696)

ID: P696   

Corporate author: Office for Health Improvement and Disparities   

Publication information: London: Office for Health Improvement and Disparities, 2018   

Physical description: 1 poster, 30x21cm.   

Summary: This A4 poster features a young woman sat on a bad with a sad emoji for a face. It highlights that you can't always tell who's got an STI, and to protect against STIs, use a condom. This poster is aimed at young people.   

Subject areas: Young people, Sexually transmitted infections, Sexual health   

You can't always tell who's got an STI (P697)

ID: P697   

Corporate author: Office for Health Improvement and Disparities   

Publication information: London: Office for Health Improvement and Disparities, 2018   

Physical description: 1 poster, 30x21cm.   

Summary: This A4 poster features a young man sat at a desk with a speechless emoji for a face. It highlights that you can't always tell who's got an STI, and to protect against STIs, use a condom. It is aimed at young people.   

Subject areas: Young people, Sexually transmitted infections, Sexual health   

Substance use

Substance use

A guide to synthetic cannabinoid receptor agonists (spice) (L329)

ID: L329   

Corporate author: Forward Leeds   

Publication information: Leeds: Forward Leeds, 2018   

Physical description: 6 page, 1 bi-fold leaflet, 21x10cm.   

Summary: This leaflet provides information on the chemical substance Spice. It covers how it works on the body, risks and symptoms, and how to manage someone who has taken it.   

Subject areas: Drugs, Substance abuse, Cannabinoids   

Bin the pin: dispose of your needles safely (L327)

ID: L327   

Corporate author: Forward Leeds   

Publication information: Leeds: Forward Leeds, 2019   

Physical description: 2 page, 1 z-card, 11x8cm.   

Summary: This fold out leaflet shows the places around Leeds where needles can be disposed of safely. It also provides bus route information for Forward Leeds Hubs; overdose awareness advice; where to go for blood borne virus testing and naloxone; and contact details for advice and support.   

Subject areas: Drugs, Needles, Health services   

Cannabis edibles: advice and information (L333)

ID: L333   

Corporate author: Forward Leeds   

Publication information: Leeds: Forward Leeds, 2021   

Physical description: 4 page, 1 leaflet, 21x15cm.   

Summary: A simple harm reduction leaflet for those who might consider using cannabis edibles. It covers some of the dangers, as well as providing advice on what to do if someone takes too much.   

Subject areas: Drug education, Drugs, Cannabis   

Cannabis edibles: what you need to know (L334)

ID: L334   

Corporate author: Forward Leeds   

Publication information: Leeds: Forward Leeds, 2021   

Physical description: 4 page, 1 leaflet, 21x15cm.   

Summary: A guide to cannabis edibles. Ideal for social workers, parents, teachers, school counsellors, etc. Provides basic background information on edible cannabis products, such as cannabis sweets with an overview of their legality.   

Subject areas: Drug education, Drugs, Cannabis   

Forward Leeds: inspiring change (L292)

ID: L292   

Corporate author: Forward Leeds   

Publication information: Leeds: Forward Leeds, no date   

Physical description: 2 page, 1 leaflet, 15x11cm.   

Summary: This leaflet provides information on the drug and alcohol support services offered to young people and adults across Leeds by Forward Leeds.   

Subject areas: Support services, Substance abuse   

Respect THC (L330)

ID: L330   

Corporate author: Forward Leeds   

Publication information: Leeds: Forward Leeds, 2018   

Physical description: 6 page, 1 bi-fold leaflet, 21x10cm.   

Summary: This leaflet provides information on the short term and long term mental health effects of cannabis; the physical effects; tips for reducing or keeping the use of cannabis in control; and tips for stopping. It also has the contact details for Forward Leeds.   

Subject areas: Cannabis, Drugs, Substance abuse   

Respect THC (P742)

ID: P742   

Corporate author: Forward Leeds   

Publication information: Leeds: Forward Leeds, 2018   

Physical description: 1 poster, 42x30cm.   

Summary: This poster highlights that today's cannabis usually has higher levels of THC, which is linked to increased anxiety, depression and mental health issues. It has the contact details for Forward Leeds for further information or to talk to someone about your or someone else's cannabis use.   

Subject areas: Cannabis, Drugs, Substance abuse   

Alcohol

Alcohol calorie and unit wheel (L293)

ID: L293   

Corporate author: Forward Leeds   

Publication information: Leeds: Forward Leeds, 2022   

Physical description: 2 sides, 1 circular leaflet, 15cm. diameter   

Summary: An easy-to-use, interactive device for measuring the alcoholic unit content and calories in the most commonly consumed alcohol brands. It contains units and calorie information for wine, champagne, ale, beer, lager, cider, alcopops, dark spirits, clear spirits, cream liqueurs, vermouth, and fortified wine. Contact information for Forward Leeds is also provided for those wanting more information, advice or support.   

Subject areas: Alcohol, Nutrition   


No thanks, I'm Pregnant (L295)

ID: L295   

Corporate author: Leeds City Council   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds City Council, 2016   

Physical description: 4 page, 1 leaflet, 21x15cm.   

Summary: This leaflet advises that the safest choice is not to drink any alcohol during pregnancy. It provides information on Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD) - an umbrella term for several diagnoses that are all related to prenatal exposure to alcohol.   

Subject areas: Foetal alcohol syndrome, Pregnancy, Alcohol   

No thanks, I'm pregnant (P721)

ID: P721   

Corporate author: Leeds City Council   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds City Council, 2016   

Physical description: 1 poster, 30x21cm.   

Summary: This poster features a pregnant belly and a glass of wine. It highlights that the safest choice is not to drink any alcohol during pregnancy and that drinking during pregnancy is linked to preventable disabilities. It signposts to alcoholandpregnancy.org.uk for more information.   

Subject areas: Alcohol, Pregnancy   

Tips for cutting down (P713)

ID: P713   

Corporate author: Forward Leeds   

Publication information: Leeds: Forward Leeds, 2015   

Physical description: 1 poster, 42x30cm.   

Summary: This poster provides tips for cutting down on alcohol consumption, such as having at least two alcohol-free days per week, and using smaller glasses. It also provides contact details for Forward Leeds, an alcohol and drug service available to everyone in Leeds.   

Subject areas: Alcohol drinking, Alcohol, Support services   

Tobacco

Illegal tobacco. In your neighbourhood. And getting kids hooked on smoking (P741)

ID: P741   

Corporate author: Fresh Smoke Free North East   

Publication information: Darlington: Fresh Smoke Free North East, 2017   

Physical description: 1 poster, 30x21cm.   

Summary: This poster features an adolescent girl with a lit cigarette in her hand. It highlights that illegal cigarettes help 55% of underage smokers to get hooked. It signposts to the keep-it-out.co.uk website and to call 0300 999 0000 to share information anonymously.   

Subject areas: Tobacco, Smoking, Children   

Illegal tobacco. In your neighbourhood. And lining the pockets of criminal gangs (P740)

ID: P740   

Corporate author: Fresh Smoke Free North East   

Publication information: Darlington: Fresh Smoke Free North East, 2017   

Physical description: 1 poster, 30x21cm.   

Summary: This poster features a group of young men in hoodies. It highlights that the sale of illegal tobacco has proven links to crime, drug dealing and loan sharks. It signposts to the keep-it-out.co.uk website and to call 0300 999 0000 to share information anonymously.   

Subject areas: Tobacco, Smoking, Crime   

Smoking cessation

Now is the best time to quit (L306)

ID: L306   

Corporate author: Reed Wellbeing   

Publication information: London: Reed Wellbeing, 2023   

Physical description: 2 page, 1 leaflet, 21x15cm.   

Summary: This leaflet highlights that stopping smoking is one of the best things we can do for our health. It provides information on the various ways to quit and contact details for Leeds Stop Smoking Services.   

Subject areas: Smoking cessation, Smoking, Tobacco   

Can you spot an illegal vape? (P734)

ID: P734   

Corporate author: Leeds City Council.

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds City Council, 2024.

Physical description: 1 poster, 30x21cm.   

Summary: This A4 poster provides information on how to identify an illegal vape. It signposts to the guidance on e-cigarette regulations on the gov.uk website, and to call Trading Standards on 0808 223 1133 to report the sale of illegal vapes.

Subject areas: Electronic cigarettes, Smoking.

Quit smoking (L305)

ID: L305   

Corporate author: Office for Health Improvement and Disparities   

Publication information: London: Office for Health Improvement and Disparities, 2022   

Physical description: 10 pages, 1 leaflet, 6x9cm.   

Summary: This ten-sided wallet card promotes the benefits of quitting smoking and the range of free support available to those wishing to quit.   

Subject areas: Smoking cessation, Smoking, Tobacco   

Stopping smoking to move more this stoptober (P728)

ID: P728   

Corporate author: Office for Health Improvement and Disparities   

Publication information: London: Office for Health Improvement and Disparities, 2022   

Physical description: 1 poster, 42x30cm.   

Summary: This A3 poster is part of the Stoptober and Better Health campaign. It features an image of two women playing football and encourages readers to access free support to quit smoking by searching Stoptober.   

Subject areas: Smoking cessation, Smoking, Tobacco   

Vaping and e-cigarettes: the facts (P732)

ID: P732   

Corporate author: Smokefree Sheffield   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds City Council, 2023   

Physical description: 1 poster, 30x21cm.   

Summary: This poster features a smiling woman and man. It has the message: Nicotine vapes can help adult smokers to stop smoking. The poster provides information on the benefits of vaping over smoking cigarettes, but highlights that vapes are not harmless and the long-term effects are yet unknown.   

Subject areas: Electronic cigarettes, Smoking cessation   

Vaping and e-cigarettes: the facts (P733)

ID: P733   

Corporate author: Smokefree Sheffield   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds City Council, 2023   

Physical description: 1 poster, 30x21cm.   

Summary: This poster features an image of landfill. It highlights that most children and young people don't vape or smoke, and that vapes containing nicotine are age-restricted products. The poster emphasises that vapes are not harmless and the long-term effects are yet unknown. They are harmful for the environment with many ending in landfills.   

Subject areas: Electronic cigarettes, Smoking cessation   

Vaping and e-cigarettes: the facts for parents and carers (L318)

ID: L318   

Corporate author: Smokefree Sheffield   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds City Council, 2023   

Physical description: 4 page, 1 leaflet, 21x10cm.   

Summary: This leaflet is intended to support parents and carers to have conversations with their children about vaping. It provides information on what vaping is; how vapes are not harmless; the concerns with children and vaping; the law and vaping; and how to have a conversation with a child around vaping.   

Subject areas: Electronic cigarettes, Smoking cessation   

Vaping is at least 95% less harmful than smoking (L319)

ID: L319   

Corporate author: Yorkshire Cancer Research   

Publication information: Harrogate: Yorkshire Cancer Research, 2019   

Physical description: 6 page, 1 leaflet, 21x10cm.   

Summary: This leaflet provides information on e-cigarettes and vaping as a stop-smoking aid. It highlights the risks to health from smoking tobacco products, and also where to go to for support to quit smoking.   

Subject areas: Electronic cigarettes, Smoking cessation   

What happens when you quit smoking (P726)

ID: P726   

Corporate author: Office for Health Improvement and Disparities   

Publication information: London: Office for Health Improvement and Disparities nd   

Physical description: 1 poster, 42x30cm.   

Summary: A3 poster with an image of a man climbing a ladder to put a coin in a giant piggy bank. Readers are encouraged to join the thousands of people quitting smoking this Stoptober.   

Subject areas: Smoking cessation, Smoking, Tobacco   

Stopping smoking for more money this Stoptober? (P730)

ID: P730   

Corporate author: Office for Health Improvement and Disparities   

Publication information: London: Office for Health Improvement and Disparities, 2020   

Physical description: 1 poster, 30x21cm.   

Summary: A4 poster with a photograph of a person riding a bike in the background with large text displaying the title of the poster and advertising the One You smoking cessation service.   

Subject areas: Smoking cessation, Smoking, Tobacco   

Community

Community

Hello Leeds! Let's be there for one another (L356)

ID: L356   

Corporate author: West Yorkshire and Harrogate Health and Care Partnership   

Publication information: Leeds: West Yorkshire and Harrogate Health and Care Partnership, no date   

Physical description: 4 page, 1 leaflet, 21x15cm.   

Summary: A four page leaflet encouraging people to check in on elderly neighbours. Includes a Northern Powergrid Priority Registration form and small cards to give to neighbours stating 'I'm here if you need me'.   

Subject areas: Communities, Loneliness, Poverty   

Leeds directory: supporting you to live well (L340)

ID: L340   

Corporate author: Leeds City Council   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds City Council, 2019   

Physical description: 2 page, 1 leaflet, 11x15cm.   

Summary: This double-sided postcard,-sized leaflet promotes the Leeds Directory service, which can support you to live well by connecting you to checked and vetted local services and tradespeople as well as local activities and events.   

Subject areas: Healthy lifestyle, Community based services   

Services in Leeds that could help and support your service users (P751)

ID: P751   

Corporate author: Leeds City Council   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds City Council, 2023   

Physical description: 1 poster, 42x30cm.   

Summary: This A3 poster provides information and contact details for 12 support services in Leeds, including Citizens Advice, MindWell, Money Information Centre, Adult Social Care, Home Plus, Leeds Directory, Leeds Housing Options, Enhance Programme, Leeds Food Aid Network, and Linking Leeds. This poster is also available in A4: P752.   

Subject areas: Support services, Housing, Poverty   

Services in Leeds that could help and support your service users (P752)

ID: P752   

Corporate author: Leeds City Council   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds City Council, 2023   

Physical description: 1 poster, 30x21cm.   

Summary: This A3 poster provides information and contact details for 12 support services in Leeds, including Citizens Advice, MindWell, Money Information Centre, Adult Social Care, Home Plus, Leeds Directory, Leeds Housing Options, Enhance Programme, Leeds Food Aid Network, and Linking Leeds. This poster is also available in A3: P751.   

Subject areas: Support services, Housing, Poverty   

Money

Money

Affordable warmth (L359)

ID: L359   

Corporate author: West Yorkshire Health and Care Partnership   

Publication information: West Yorkshire: West Yorkshire Health and Care Partnership, 2022   

Physical description: 2 page, 1 leaflet, 21x15cm.   

Summary: This leaflet is aimed at people who spend a disproportionate amount of their household income on energy bills, because they are on a low income and / or due to low energy efficiency in their home. It provides information on certain benefits, grants, and help that is offered by the government and energy suppliers.   

Subject areas: Fuel poverty, Poverty, Health inequalities   


Do you need debt or money advice? (L345)

ID: L345   

Corporate author: Leeds City Council   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds City Council, 2021   

Physical description: 2 page, 1 leaflet, 21x15cm.   

Summary: This leaflet provides useful numbers for key debt and money advice services in Leeds, and where to go for additional support.   

Subject areas: Debt, Money   

Do you need energy or utility bill advice? (L381)

ID: L381   

Corporate author: Leeds City Council   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds City Council, 2022   

Physical description: 2 page, 1 leaflet, 21x15cm.   

Summary: Useful numbers for key service in Leeds, offering free, confidential and impartial advice on energy bills and utilities.   

Subject areas: Poverty, Community information services, Money   

Fuel poverty (L352)

ID: L352   

Corporate author: West Yorkshire and Harrogate Health and Care Partnership   

Publication information: Leeds: West Yorkshire and Harrogate Health and Care Partnership, 2021   

Physical description: 4 page, 1 leaflet, 21x15cm.   

Summary: This leaflet is aimed at people who face the decision every winter of whether to buy food or use that money to heat their home. The leaflet provides information and contact details for organisations that may be able to help.   

Subject areas: Fuel poverty, Poverty, Health inequalities   

Help with managing your money (L344)

ID: L344   

Corporate author: Leeds City Council   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds City Council, no date   

Physical description: 35 page, 1 booklet, 21x15cm.   

Summary: This booklet provides details of the various organisations and agencies in Leeds that offer free help and advice on money, debt, budgeting, reducing bills and affordable loans.   

Subject areas: Poverty, Community information services, Money   

MIC: Money Information Centre (L354)

ID: L354   

Corporate author: Leeds City Council   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds City Council, 2023   

Physical description: 2 page, 1 concertina leaflet, 9x6cm.   

Summary: This concertina leaflet opens up from a 9x6cm wallet-sized card to a 26x32cm double-sided leaflet. It provides information on where to go for free, confidential and impartial money advice in Leeds. It has sections on debt and money, energy and utilities, benefits and Universal Credit, emergency assistance and help with food, as well as other money services in Leeds.   

Subject areas: Poverty, Community information services, Money   

Times are hard: don't know where to turn for help? (L382)

ID: L382   

Corporate author: Leeds City Council   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds City Council, 2022   

Physical description: 2 page, 1 leaflet, 9x6cm.   

Summary: A credit card sized leaflet promoting the Leeds Money Information Centre.   

Subject areas: Poverty, Community information services, Money   

Worrying about money (P755)

ID: P755   

Corporate author: Leeds Food Aid Network   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds Food Aid Network, 2023   

Physical description: 1 poster, 42x30cm.   

Summary: This A3-sized poster provides three steps for identifying money problems, looking at some options, and signposting where to go for help. The information therein is also available as a 4-page A5-sized leaflet: Worrying about money? Support is available in Leeds (L383).   

Subject areas: Money, Debt, Poverty   

Worrying about money?: Support is available in Leeds (L383)

ID: L383   

Corporate author: Leeds Food Aid Network   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds Food Aid Network, 2023   

Physical description: 4 page, 1 leaflet, 21x15cm.   

Summary: This leaflet provides three steps for identifying money problems, looking at some options, and signposting where to go for help. The information therein is also available as an A3-sized poster: Worrying about money (P755).   

Subject areas: Money, Debt, Poverty   

Gambling

Gambling getting out of hand? (P759)

ID: P759   

Corporate author: GamCare   

Publication information: Leeds: GamCare, 2019   

Physical description: 1 poster, 30x21cm.   

Summary: An A4 poster featuring a man looking at a mobile phone. It signposts adults affecting by gambling (theirs or someone else's) to the Leeds Community Gambling Service.   

Subject areas: Gambling, Money, Addiction   

Leeds community gambling service: help and support for anyone affected by gambling problems (L355)

ID: L355   

Corporate author: GamCare   

Publication information: Leeds: GamCare, 2019   

Physical description: 6 page, 1 bi-fold leaflet, 21x10cm.   

Summary: This leaflet is aimed at people who gamble more than they can afford to lose or who have been affected by someone else's gambling. It covers the impacts of problem gambling; family and friends; self-help resources; managing money; and seeking help and advice.   

Subject areas: Gambling, Money, Addiction   

Supporting your recovery: information for service users carers and the public (L343)

ID: L343   

Corporate author: Leeds and York Partnership NHS Foundation Trust   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds and York Partnership NHS Foundation Trust, 2019   

Physical description: 4 page, 1 leaflet, 21x15cm.   

Summary: This leaflet promotes the NHS Northern Gambling Service - a specialist service providing treatment for people with a gambling addiction. It provides information on who they are, what to expect from the service, treatments, how to access and contact the service, and other sources of help.   

Subject areas: Gambling, Money, Addiction   

Housing

Housing

Are you ready for winter? thermometer card (L358)

ID: L358   

Corporate author: Leeds City Council   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds City Council, 2021   

Physical description: 2 page, 1 double-sided card, 21x15cm.   

Summary: This double sided card featuring the Winter Wellbeing Wise Owl character, has a working thermometer on one side that would be useful all year round and alerts the user as to when it is too hot or too cold in their home. The card also contains tips on keeping warm and well, as well as where to go for extra support and advice.   

Subject areas: Health protection, Health improvement, Housing   

Protect yourself from air pollution indoors (L335)

ID: L335   

Corporate author: Leeds City Council   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds City Council, no date   

Physical description: 2 page, 1 leaflet, 30x21cm.   

Summary: This double-sided A4 leaflet provides 10 top tips to improve indoor air quality. It includes information on ventilation, condensation, cigarette smoke, heating the home, servicing appliances, vacuuming, reducing use of harsh chemicals, and how to improve air quality while cooking.   

Subject areas: Health protection, health improvement, housing, environmental pollution.   

Dealing with damp and condensation (L336)

ID: L336   

Corporate author: Leeds City Council   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds City Council, no date   

Physical description: 6 page, 1 leaflet, 21x10cm.   

Summary: This leaflet provides information on the damage to health and homes caused by damp and condensation. It includes steps to take prevent condensation and mould, and contact details for reporting repairs.   

Subject areas: Health protection, Health improvement, Housing   

Home Plus (Leeds) thermometer card (L337)

ID: L337   

Corporate author: Care and Repair Leeds   

Publication information: Leeds: Care and Repair Leeds, 2019   

Physical description: 2 page, 1 double-sided card, 21x15cm.   

Summary: This double sided card features a working thermometer on one side that would be useful all year round and alerts the user as to when it is too hot or too cold in their home. The card also contains tips on keeping warm and well, as well as contact details for the Care & Repair Leeds service.   

Subject areas: Health protection, Health improvement, Housing   

Home Plus (Leeds): making homes safe, suitable & warm (L338)

ID: L338   

Corporate author: Care and Repair Leeds   

Publication information: Leeds: Care and Repair Leeds, no date   

Physical description: 4 page, 1 leaflet, 21x15cm.   

Summary: This leaflet provides information on the Home Plus service that is aimed at enabling Leeds residents to live independently through improved health at home, and helping to prevent falls and cold related health conditions. The leaflet lists the services that Home Plus provides and also who qualifies for the service. The last page lists contact details for the service.   

Subject areas: Health protection, Health improvement, Housing   

Women and girls

Female genital mutilation

At risk of: childbirth complications, infection, anxiety: if she's cut (P793)

ID: P793   

Corporate author: HM Government   

Publication information: London: HM Government, 2018   

Physical description: 1 poster, 42x30cm.   

Summary: This A3 poster, featuring two women and a young girl, highlights the harmful health consequences of FGM and signposts to the NSPCC's 24-hour FGM helpline: 0800 028 3550 or nspcc.org.uk/fgm.   

Subject areas: Female genital mutilation, Women, Girls   

At risk of: childbirth complications, panic attacks, scarring: if she's cut (P790)

ID: P790   

Corporate author: HM Government   

Publication information: London: HM Government, 2018   

Physical description: 1 poster, 42x30cm.   

Summary: This A3 poster, featuring a man holding a young girl in his arms, highlights the harmful health consequences of FGM and signposts to the NSPCC's 24-hour FGM helpline: 0800 028 3550 or nspcc.org.uk/fgm.   

Subject areas: Female genital mutilation, Women, Girls   

At risk of: trauma, infection, difficulty urinating: if she's cut (P791)

ID: P791   

Corporate author: HM Government   

Publication information: London: HM Government, 2018   

Physical description: 1 poster, 42x30cm.   

Summary: This A3 poster, featuring a woman holding a baby in her arms, highlights the harmful health consequences of FGM and signposts to the NSPCC's 24-hour FGM helpline: 0800 028 3550 or nspcc.org.uk/fgm.   

Subject areas: Female genital mutilation, Women, Girls   

At risk of: trauma, scarring, period problems: if she's cut (P792)

ID: P792   

Corporate author: HM Government   

Publication information: London: HM Government, 2018   

Physical description: 1 poster, 42x30cm.   

Summary: This A3 poster, featuring a man with a toddler and a school-aged girl in his arms, highlights the harmful health consequences of FGM and signposts to the NSPCC's 24-hour FGM helpline: 0800 028 3550 or nspcc.org.uk/fgm.   

Subject areas: Female genital mutilation, Women Girls   

Female genital mutilation of young girls is child abuse (P617)

ID: P617   

Corporate author: Foreign & Commonwealth Office   

Publication information: London: Foreign & Commonwealth Office, 2015   

Physical description: 1 poster, 42x30cm.   

Summary: This poster explains that it is illegal to practise FGM in the UK or to take girls out of the UK for FGM. There is a 14 year prison sentence for anyone performing, arranging or assisting FGM. No religious doctrine supports FGM. It is a grave human rights violation with serious long term health consequences. Be informed, be aware and be ready to flag a concern.   

Subject areas: Female genital mutilation, Child abuse, Girls   

Female genital mutilation: the facts (L113)

ID: L113   

Corporate author: Home Office   

Publication information: London: Home Office, 2019   

Physical description: 19 page, 1 booklet, 15x11cm.   

Summary: This leaflet provides facts on the practice of FGM, which is illegal in the UK. It covers: those communities most at risk of practising FGM (sometimes known as 'sunna'); the legal situation in the UK; the signs that a girl may have undergone FGM; health consequences; what to do if you think someone is at risk; and what to do if you are at risk.   

Subject areas: Abuse, Female genital mutilation   

Tahur sunna cutting gudniin khatana halalays megrez khitan bondo fgm (L360)

ID: L360   

Corporate author: Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust, 2022   

Physical description: 8 page, 1 leaflet, 21x15cm.   

Summary: This leaflet contains information on the effects of FGM, a practice which is illegal in the UK. It also provides information on the Blossom Clinic, which is a safe and supportive environment where women can ask for help in confidence and receive the treatment and support that they need.   

Subject areas: Abuse, Female genital mutilation, Support services   

Tahur sunna cutting gudniin khatana halalays megrez khitan bondo fgm (P794)

ID: P794   

Corporate author: Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust, 2022   

Physical description: 1 poster, 42x30cm.   

Summary: This A3 poster features on the left side a list of the different names for FGM (a practice which is illegal in the UK), and on the right side the face of a woman. It provides information in Arabic on the symptoms of FGM and contact details for the Blossom Clinic - a safe and supportive environment where women can ask for help in confidence and receive the treatment and support that they need.   

Subject areas: Abuse, Female genital mutilation, Support services   

Breastfeeding

Here to answer your breastfeeding questions, 24/7 (P779)

ID: P779   

Corporate author: Office for Health Improvement and Disparities   

Publication information: London: Office for Health Improvement and Disparities, 2018   

Physical description: 1 poster, 42x30cm.   

Summary: This poster features a cartoon mother holding her baby, asking 'Alexa, ask the Breastfeeding Friend how I get my baby to latch on?' has the tagline 'Breastfeeding is great for you and your baby. But when you're starting out, it's perfectly normal to experience the odd setback. That's why we're here to support you, day and night'. It signposts to the Breastfeeding Friend in the Alexa Skills Store.   

Subject areas: Breastfeeding, Babies, Women's health   

Here to help with breastfeeding, 24/7 (P780)

ID: P780   

Corporate author: Office for Health Improvement and Disparities   

Publication information: London: Office for Health Improvement and Disparities, no date   

Physical description: 1 poster, 30x21cm.   

Summary: This poster features a cartoon mother with baby and has the tagline 'Breastfeeding is great for you and your baby. But when you're starting out, it's perfectly normal to experience the odd setback'. It signposts to the Breastfeeding Friend from Start4Life on Google Assistant, Amazon Alexa, or Facebook Messenger.   

Subject areas: Breastfeeding, Babies, Women's health   

Off to the best start (L366)

ID: L366   

Corporate author: Office for Health Improvement and Disparities   

Publication information: London: Office for Health Improvement and Disparities, 2018   

Physical description: 10 page, 1 leaflet, 9x6cm.   

Summary: This handy wallet size leaflet provides parents with top tips on how to breastfeed and contains information about the 24/7 Breastfeeding Friend from Start4Life, available via Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant and Facebook Messenger. It also includes sections on signs that your baby is feeding well, knowing that your baby is getting enough milk, and your baby's nappies.   

Subject areas: Breastfeeding, Babies, Women's health   

Off to the best start: a guide to help you start breastfeeding (L362)

ID: L362   

Corporate author: Office for Health Improvement and Disparities   

Publication information: London: Office for Health Improvement and Disparities, 2018   

Physical description: 4 page, 1 leaflet, 21x15cm.   

Summary: This leaflet provides information and tips on breastfeeding. It provides information on how breastfeeding is good for baby and you; how to breastfeed, signs that your baby is feeding well; how to know if your baby is getting enough milk; as well as useful telephone numbers and web addresses.   

Subject areas: Breastfeeding, Women's health, Parenting   

Menopause

Menopause (P795)

ID: P795   

Corporate author: Pausitivity Knowyourmenopause CIC   

Publication information: Canterbury: Pausitivity Knowyourmenopause CIC, 2022   

Physical description: 1 poster, 42x30cm.   

Summary: This poster features images of six common menopause symptoms - hot flushes, headaches, mood swings, palpitations, tiredness, and pains in joints - and asks the reader if they have any of these symptoms. It provides a list of other menopause symptoms and encourages the reader to discuss options with their GP if they are struggling.   

Subject areas: Menopause, Women's health   

Pause 4 menopause: a toolkit to help men understand and provide support for someone going through the stages of the menopause (L364)

ID: L364   

Corporate author: BARCA Leeds   

Publication information: Leeds: BARCA Leeds, no date   

Physical description: 7 page, 1 leaflet, 21x15cm.   

Summary: This A5 leaflet is aimed at men who may be supporting someone going through the menopause. It provides information on what the menopause is; a list of some of the signs and symptoms of menopause; where to go for support; ideas for symptom relief; as well as tips and ideas from male allies.   

Subject areas: Menopause, Women's health, Support services   

Your guide to menopause (L363)

ID: L363   

Corporate author: FPA   

Publication information: Derby: FPA, 2020   

Physical description: 16 page, 1 booklet, 21x10cm.   

Summary: This leaflet has information about common effects of menopause, available treatment, and how to get help and support from your GP, family and employer.   

Subject areas: Menopause, Women's health   

Parenting

Parenting

Giving babies the best start in life (L374)

ID: L374   

Corporate author: Leeds City Council   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds City Council, no date   

Physical description: 2 page, 1 card, 15x21cm.   

Summary: This prompt card is for health professionals who work with new parents. It is designed to be used with families during the weeks before and after birth.   

Subject areas: Families, Parenting, Child development   

Giving babies the best start in life (P786)

ID: P786   

Corporate author: Leeds City Council   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds City Council, 2017   

Physical description: 1 poster, 42x30cm.   

Summary: This poster features cartoon depictions of happy babies and happy parents and families. It highlights the important aspects of a baby's healthy development, including: talking, singing and touching your 'baby bump'; holding, smiling, and talking to your baby; responding to your baby, playing and cuddling, listening and talking; responding to your baby's cues for feeding and comfort; and a happy parent leads to a happy baby.   

Subject areas: Babies, Parenting, Child development   

Infant crying and how to cope: information for parents and carers (L367)

ID: L367   

Corporate author: NHS West Hampshire Clinical Commissioning Group   

Publication information: Eastleigh: NHS West Hampshire Clinical Commissioning Group, 2020   

Physical description: 6 page, 1 leaflet, 21x10cm.   

Summary: : This leaflet provides on a baby's cry; what you can do to help your baby; what to do if your baby won't stop crying; what not to do; and where to go for more information and support.

Subject areas: Parenting, Babies, Child safety   

Older people

Older people

A practical guide to healthy ageing (L346)

ID: L346   

Corporate author: NHS England   

Publication information: London: NHS England, 2015   

Physical description: 28 page, 1 booklet, 30x21cm.   

Summary: This booklet is aimed at those aged 70 and over, however the advice contained therein is applicable to people of any age. It provides information on how to look after your feet, eyes and mouth; making your home safe; keeping active; medication management; falls prevention; being winter ready; eating well; looking after your mental health and brain; and addressing bladder and bowel problems.   

Subject areas: Older people, Exercise, Health improvement   

Are you at risk of a fall? (P764)

ID: P764   

Corporate author: Leeds City Council   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds City Council, 2016   

Physical description: 1 poster, 42x30cm.   

Summary: This poster features a woman walking on a wooden path with SLOW painted on it. There are signs in front of her urging caution, danger - risk of fall, and slow. The poster signposts to leeds.gov.uk/fallproof for more information on support options.   

Subject areas: Older people, Falls   

Are you or an older person you care about at risk of dehydration? (P762)

ID: P762   

Corporate author: Leeds Community Healthcare NHS Trust   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds Community Healthcare NHS Trust, no date   

Physical description: 1 poster, 30x21cm.   

Summary: The poster highlights the need for good hydration and lists the signs and symptoms of dehydration, including headaches, tiredness, confusion, constipation.   

Subject areas: Older people, Dehydration   

Drink more for dryness (P763)

ID: P763   

Corporate author: Leeds Community Healthcare NHS Trust   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds Community Healthcare NHS Trust, 2011   

Physical description: 1 poster, 21x30cm.   

Summary: This poster promotes the need to drink eight mugs or glasses of fluid a day, and dispels the myth that drinking little or less will help with incontinence problems.   

Subject areas: Older people, Dehydration   

Is it fallproof?: simple steps to stay on your feet (L347)

ID: L347   

Corporate author: Leeds City Council   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds City Council, no date   

Physical description: 8 page, 1 leaflet, 21x15cm.   

Summary: This booklet covers falling in older age. In case you do fall, there are things that you can do to prepare your home and yourself for the best recovery. This booklet covers the top tips, and points you in the direction of information that can help you further. It gives telephone numbers of local services in Leeds.   

Subject areas: Older people, Falls--prevention and control, Physical activity   

Death

Death

Don't leave it unsaid (L351)

ID: L351   

Corporate author: Leeds City Council   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds City Council, no date   

Physical description: 2 page, 1 card, 11x15cm.   

Summary: This double-sided postcard, promotes Dying Matters in Leeds (www.dyingmattersleeds.org) which aims to help people talk more openly about dying, death and bereavement, and to make plans for the end of life. The card features a woman and man in a hug, and the wording: Let your loved ones know your wishes. Write you will today.   

Subject areas: Death, Families, Palliative care   

Don't leave it unsaid (P765)

ID: P765   

Corporate author: Leeds City Council   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds City Council, no date   

Physical description: 1 poster, 30x21cm.   

Summary: This poster promotes Dying Matters in Leeds (www.dyingmattersleeds.org) which aims to help people talk more openly about dying, death and bereavement, and to make plans for the end of life. The poster features a woman and man in a hug, and the wording: Let your loved ones know your wishes. Write you will today.   

Subject areas: Death, Families, Finance   

How much? (L349)

ID: L349   

Corporate author: Leeds City Council   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds City Council, no date   

Physical description: 2 page, 1 card, 11x15cm.   

Summary: This double-sided postcard, promotes Dying Matters in Leeds (www.dyingmattersleeds.org) which aims to help people talk more openly about dying, death and bereavement, and to make plans for the end of life. The card features a man and two girls reading together, and the wording: Unexpected costs are the last thing you would want to leave your relatives. Make your plan today.   

Subject areas: Death, Families, Palliative care   

How much? (P766)

ID: P766   

Corporate author: Leeds City Council   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds City Council, 2016   

Physical description: 1 poster, 30x21cm.   

Summary: This poster promotes Dying Matters in Leeds (www.dyingmattersleeds.org) which aims to help people talk more openly about dying, death and bereavement, and to make plans for the end of life. The poster features an older man with two girls reading a book and the wording: Unexpected costs are the last thing you'd want to leave your relatives. Make your plan today.   

Subject areas: Death, Finance, Family life   

It'll be alright (L348)

ID: L348   

Corporate author: Leeds City Council   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds City Council, 2016   

Physical description: 2 page, 1 card, 11x15cm.   

Summary: This double-sided postcard, promotes Dying Matters in Leeds (www.dyingmattersleeds.org) which aims to help people talk more openly about dying, death and bereavement, and to make plans for the end of life. The card features a man blowing bubbles with a child, and the wording: Leaving things to chance could leave loved ones in a bit of a mess. Get a plan in place.   

Subject areas: Death, Family life, Palliative care   

It'll be alright (P767)

ID: P767   

Corporate author: Leeds City Council   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds City Council, 2016   

Physical description: 1 poster, 30x21cm.   

Summary: This poster promotes Dying Matters in Leeds (www.dyingmattersleeds.org) which aims to help people talk more openly about dying, death and bereavement, and to make plans for the end of life. The poster features a man blowing bubbles with a child, and the wording: Leaving things to chance could leave loved ones in a bit of a mess. Get a plan in place.   

Subject areas: Death, Family life, Finance   

Let’s talk about dying (L322)

ID: L322   

Corporate author: Hospice UK   

Publication information: London: Hospice UK, 2020   

Physical description: 6 page, 1 leaflet, 21x15cm.   

Summary: This leaflet is one of five Dying Matters leaflets which aims to help people talk more openly about dying, death and bereavement, and to make plans for the end of life. It focuses on the subjects you might need to talk about with close family and friends. It also includes helpful prompts for getting conversations started.

Subject areas: Death, Family life   

Put the kettle on (L350)

ID: L350   

Corporate author: Leeds City Council   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds City Council, no date   

Physical description: 2 page, 1 card, 11x15cm.   

Summary: This double-sided postcard, promotes Dying Matters in Leeds (www.dyingmattersleeds.org) which aims to help people talk more openly about dying, death and bereavement, and to make plans for the end of life. The card features a woman drinking from a cup, and the wording: You'll need to join the Big Conversation at some point. There's no time like the present.   

Subject areas: Death, Families, Palliative care   

Put the kettle on (P768)

ID: P768   

Corporate author: Leeds City Council   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds City Council, no date   

Physical description: 1 poster, 30x21cm.   

Summary: This poster promotes Dying Matters in Leeds (www.dyingmattersleeds.org) which aims to help people talk more openly about dying, death and bereavement, and to make plans for the end of life. The poster features a woman drinking from a cup, and the wording: You'll need to join the Big Conversation at some point. There's no time like the present.   

Subject areas: Death, Families, Palliative care   

Supporting bereavement (L321)

ID: L321   

Corporate author: Hospice UK   

Publication information: London: Hospice UK, 2020   

Physical description: 6 page, 1 leaflet, 21x15cm.   

Summary: This leaflet is one of five Dying Matters leaflets which aims to help people talk more openly about dying, death and bereavement, and to make plans for the end of life. It focuses on the things you should and shouldn't say to someone who has lost someone close. It also provides details for where to get more help and support.

Subject areas: Death, Family life   

Talking about dying with children (L324)

ID: L324   

Corporate author: Hospice UK   

Publication information: London: Hospice UK, 2020   

Physical description: 6 page, 1 leaflet, 21x15cm.   

Summary: This leaflet is one of five Dying Matters leaflets which aims to help people talk more openly about dying, death and bereavement, and to make plans for the end of life. It focuses on why it is important to talk to children about death and dying, how to get started, and tips for having a conversation about death with children.   

Subject areas: Death, Family life, Children   

Talking about dying with people affected by dementia (L323)

ID: L323   

Corporate author: Hospice UK   

Publication information: London: Hospice UK, 2020   

Physical description: 6 page, 1 leaflet, 21x15cm.   

Summary: This leaflet is one of five Dying Matters leaflets which aims to help people talk more openly about dying, death and bereavement, and to make plans for the end of life. Dementia affects around 800,000 people in the UK; it's important to talk about end-of-life care before it is too late. This leaflet focuses on why talking about dying is beneficial, what to talk about, what happens if you don't talk, and when to talk.   

Subject areas: Death, Family life, Dementia   

Things to do before you die (L320)

ID: L320   

Corporate author: Hospice UK   

Publication information: London: Hospice UK, 2020   

Physical description: 6 page, 1 leaflet, 21x15cm.   

Summary: This leaflet is one of five Dying Matters leaflets which aims to help people talk more openly about dying, death and bereavement, and to make plans for the end of life. It focuses on the things you can do to make your wishes and last days easier, as well as making things easier for families and friends following your death. It includes will making, funeral planning, future care and support planning, organ donation, digital legacy management, and sharing your plans with loved ones.   

Subject areas: Death, Family life, Palliative care   

What can you do for your community? (P771)

ID: P771   

Corporate author: Leeds City Council   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds City Council, 2017   

Physical description: 1 poster, 30x21cm.   

Summary: Promoting Dying Matters in Leeds (www.dyingmattersleeds.org), which aims to help people talk more openly about dying, death and bereavement, and to make plans for the end of life, this poster provides suggestions on what you can do to help your local community. It features a teenage girl and an older man.   

Subject areas: Death, Finance, Family life   

What can you do for your family? (P772)

ID: P772   

Corporate author: Leeds City Council   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds City Council, 2017   

Physical description: 1 poster, 30x21cm.   

Summary: Promoting Dying Matters in Leeds (www.dyingmattersleeds.org), which aims to help people talk more openly about dying, death and bereavement, and to make plans for the end of life, this poster provides suggestions on what you can do for your family. It features a smiling child, woman and man.   

Subject areas: Death, Finance, Family life   

What can you do for your friends? (P769)

ID: P769   

Corporate author: Leeds City Council   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds City Council, 2017   

Physical description: 1 poster, 30x21cm.   

Summary: Promoting Dying Matters in Leeds (www.dyingmattersleeds.org), which aims to help people talk more openly about dying, death and bereavement, and to make plans for the end of life. This poster features two men sat on stairs. It provides suggestions on what you can do to help a friend who is dealing with a death or a bereavement.   

Subject areas: Death, Family life, Finance   

What can you do for yourself? (L353)

ID: L353   

Corporate author: Leeds City Council   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds City Council, no date   

Physical description: 2 page, 1 card, 11x15cm.   

Summary: This double-sided postcard, promotes Dying Matters in Leeds (www.dyingmattersleeds.org) which aims to help people talk more openly about dying, death and bereavement, and to make plans for the end of life. The card features a woman embracing a man, and the wording: Make a will. Plan your funeral. Decide your future care wishes. Consider organ donation. Tell the people who need to know.   

Subject areas: Death, Palliative care, Family life   

What can you do for yourself? (P770)

ID: P770   

Corporate author: Leeds City Council   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds City Council, 2017   

Physical description: 1 poster, 30x21cm.   

Summary: Promoting Dying Matters in Leeds (www.dyingmattersleeds.org), which aims to help people talk more openly about dying, death and bereavement, and to make plans for the end of life, this poster provides suggestions on what you can do to help yourself plan for your death. It features an older women with her arm around an older man.   

Subject areas: Death, Finance, Family life   

Cancer

Cancer

Blood in your pee is a key symptom of bladder cancer and kidney cancer (L404)

ID: L404   

Corporate author: Office for Health Improvement and Disparities   

Publication information: London: Office for Health Improvement and Disparities, 2018   

Physical description: 2 page, 1 wallet-sized card, 6x9cm.   

Summary: This wallet-sized card from the 'Be Clear on Cancer' campaign is aimed at men and women alike. It provides a list of four possible signs of bladder or kidney cancer, including: cystitis, pain when peeing, a pain in the side that doesn't go away, and weight loss.   

Subject areas: Bladder cancer, Kidney diseases, Cancer   

If you notice blood in your pee, even if it's 'just the once', tell your doctor (L397)

ID: L397   

Corporate author: Office for Health Improvement and Disparities   

Publication information: London: Office for Health Improvement and Disparities, 2018   

Physical description: 6 page, 1 leaflet, 21x15cm.   

Summary: This leaflet provides information on bladder and kidney cancer; how to spot bladder or kidney cancer; how important it is to see your doctor; and how to reduce your risk of cancer.   

Subject areas: Bladder cancer, Kidney diseases, Cancer   

If you notice blood in your pee, even if it's 'just the once', tell your doctor (P803)

ID: P803   

Corporate author: Office for Health Improvement and Disparities   

Publication information: London: Office for Health Improvement and Disparities, no date   

Physical description: 1 poster, 30x21cm.   

Summary: This poster, featuring Dr Jyoti Sood, highlights that if you find blood in your pee, it could be the first signs of kidney or bladder cancer. Finding it early makes it more treatable, so tell your doctor straight away. Part of the Be Clear on Cancer campaign.   

Subject areas: Bladder cancer, Kidney diseases, Cancer   

Spotting cancer early saves lives (L398)

ID: L398   

Corporate author: Cancer Research UK

Publication information: London: Cancer Research UK, 2023   

Physical description: 14 page, 1 booklet, 30x21cm.   

Summary: This easy read booklet uses pictures to support the meaning of text. It contains information on the symptoms of cancer, screening checks, and attending GP appointments to discuss any concerns.   

Subject areas: Mass screening, Cancer.

Spotting cancer early saves lives: information for men (L394)

ID: L394   

Corporate author: Cancer Research UK   

Publication information: London: Cancer Research UK, 2020   

Physical description: 6 page, 1 leaflet, 21x15cm.   

Summary: A leaflet for men covering cancer screening and the importance of early diagnosis.   

Subject areas: Mass screening, Men's health, Cancer   

Spotting cancer early saves lives: information for women (L395)

ID: L395   

Corporate author: Cancer Research UK   

Publication information: London: Cancer Research UK, 2020   

Physical description: 6 page, 1 leaflet, 21x15cm.   

Summary: A leaflet for women covering cancer screening and the importance of early diagnosis.   

Subject areas: Women's health, Mass screening, Cancer   

Ovarian cancer

Feeling bloated most days for 3 weeks? Tell your doctor. (L396)

ID: L396   

Corporate author: Office for Health Improvement and Disparities   

Publication information: London: Office for Health Improvement and Disparities, 2013   

Physical description: 6 page, 1 leaflet, 21x15cm.   

Summary: This leaflet provides information on ovarian cancer; how to spot it; how important it is to see your doctor; and how to reduce your chances of getting ovarian cancer.   

Subject areas: Women's health, Ovarian cancer--prevention and control   

Feeling bloated, most days, for 3 weeks could be a sign of ovarian cancer (P807)

ID: P807   

Corporate author: Office for Health Improvement and Disparities   

Publication information: London: Office for Health Improvement and Disparities, 2014   

Physical description: 1 poster, 42x30cm.   

Summary: This poster features Dr Alison Wint holding a balloon reading 3 weeks. It highlights than feeling bloated, most days, for three weeks could be a sign of ovarian cancer, and that if you can't get rid of the bloated feelings to tell your doctor.   

Subject areas: Women's health, Ovarian cancer, Cancer   

Breast cancer

1 in 3 women who get breast cancer are over 70, so don't assume you're past it (L400)

ID: L400   

Corporate author: Office for Health Improvement and Disparities   

Publication information: London: Office for Health Improvement and Disparities, 2018   

Physical description: 6 page, 1 leaflet, 21x15cm.   

Summary: This leaflet from the 'Be Clear on Cancer' campaign provides information on breast cancer; how to spot it; the important of seeing your doctor; and screening. It is aimed at women over the age of 70.   

Subject areas: Older people, Breast screening, Breast cancer   

1 in 3 women who get breast cancer are over 70, so don't assume you're past it (P801)

ID: P801   

Corporate author: Office for Health Improvement and Disparities   

Publication information: London: Office for Health Improvement and Disparities, 2018   

Physical description: 1 poster, 30x21cm.   

Summary: This poster from the 'Be Clear on Cancer' campaign features 79 year old cancer survivor Yvonne. It is aimed at women over the age of 70 and contains the message 'A lump isn't the only sign of breast cancer. If you notice any changes to your breasts, tell your doctor straight away. Finding it early makes it more treatable and could save your life'.   

Subject areas: Older people, Breast screening, Breast cancer   

1 in 3 women who get breast cancer are over 70, so don't assume you're past it (P804)

ID: P804   

Corporate author: Office for Health Improvement and Disparities   

Publication information: London: Office for Health Improvement and Disparities, 2018   

Physical description: 1 poster, 42x30cm.   

Summary: This poster from the 'Be Clear on Cancer' campaign features 79 year old cancer survivor Margaret Underwood. It is aimed at women over the age of 70 and contains the message 'A lump isn't the only sign of breast cancer. If you notice any changes to your breasts, tell your doctor straight away. Finding it early makes it more treatable and could save your life'.   

Subject areas: Older people, Breast screening, Breast cancer   

Breast care and screening (L387)

ID: L387   

Corporate author: Macmillan Cancer Support   

Publication information: London: Macmillan Cancer Support, 2022   

Physical description: 25 page, 1 booklet, 30x21cm.   

Summary: This easy read booklet uses pictures to support the meaning of text. It contains information on how to check your breasts, and breast screening appointments.   

Subject areas: Breast cancer, Breast screening, Women's health

Know your breasts: a guide to breast awareness and screening (L399)

ID: L399   

Corporate author: Breast Cancer Care   

Publication information: London: Breast Cancer Care, 2021   

Physical description: 20 page, 1 booklet, 21x15cm.   

Summary: This booklet explains the normal breast changes that can happen at different times throughout your life and how to be aware of any unusual changes. It includes information on breast screening.   

Subject areas: Breast cancer, Breast screening, Women's health   

Spot breast cancer early (L401)

ID: L401   

Corporate author: Cancer Research UK   

Publication information: London: Cancer Research UK, 2022   

Physical description: 6 page, 1 leaflet, 21x15cm.   

Summary: This leaflet contains information on how to spot the symptoms of breast cancer early and reduce your risk.   

Subject areas: Breast cancer, Breast screening, Women's health   

Cervical cancer

Spot cervical cancer early (L391)

ID: L391   

Corporate author: Cancer Research UK   

Publication information: London: Cancer Research UK, 2022   

Physical description: 8 page, 1 leaflet, 21x15cm.   

Summary: This leaflet provides information about possible symptoms of cervical cancer; HPV vaccination; screening; and tips for telling your doctor if something is not quite right.   

Subject areas: Cervical cancer, Women's health   

Symptoms of cervical cancer (L388)

ID: L388   

Corporate author: Macmillan Cancer Support   

Publication information: London:Macmillan Cancer Support, 2022   

Physical description: 13 page, 1 booklet, 30x21cm.   

Summary: This easy read booklet uses pictures to support the meaning of text. It contains information on the symptoms of cervical cancer.   

Subject areas: Cervical cancer, Women's health.

Skin cancer

Let's stay safe in the sun (L405)

ID: L405   

Corporate author: Cancer Research UK   

Publication information: London: Cancer Research UK, 2021   

Physical description: 6 page, 1 leaflet, 21x15cm.   

Summary: This leaflet provides information on how to enjoy the sun safely; how to reduce the risk of skin cancer; and when you need to protect yourself.   

Subject areas: Skin cancer, Sun protection   

Let's stay safe in the sun (P815)

ID: P815   

Corporate author: Cancer Research UK   

Publication information: London: Cancer Research UK, no date   

Physical description: 1 poster, 42x30cm.   

Summary: This poster features two adults and two children putting up a large umbrella on the beach. It highlights that skin cancer risk is reduced with shade, clothes and sunscreen.   

Subject areas: Skin cancer, Sun protection   

Spot skin cancer early (L406)

ID: L406   

Corporate author: Cancer Research UK   

Publication information: London: Cancer Research UK, 2022   

Physical description: 6 page, 1 leaflet, 21x15cm.   

Summary: This leaflet contains information on how to spot the symptoms of skin cancer early and reduce your risk.   

Subject areas: Cancer, Skin cancer   

Bowel cancer

Spot bowel cancer early (L410)

ID: L410   

Corporate author: Cancer Research UK   

Publication information: London: Cancer Research UK, 2022   

Physical description: 6 page, 1 leaflet, 21x15cm.   

Summary: This leaflet provides information on spotting the signs of bowel cancer. It includes a section on what to look for, how to reduce your risk, tips for telling your doctor if something's not quite right, and key facts about screening.   

Subject areas: Bowel cancer, Cancer, Mass screening   

Knowing the symptoms of bowel cancer could save your life (P818)

ID: P818   

Corporate author: Bowel Cancer UK   

Publication information: London: Bowel Cancer UK, 2021   

Physical description: 1 poster, 30x21cm.   

Summary: This A4 poster lists the five common symptoms of bowel cancer, including bleeding from the bottom, unexplained weight loss, an unexplained change in bowel habit.   

Subject areas: Bowel cancer, Cancer   

Prostate cancer

Having tests for prostate cancer (L389)

ID: L389   

Corporate author: Macmillan Cancer Support   

Publication information: London:Macmillan Cancer Support, 2021   

Physical description: 46 page, 1 booklet, 21x15cm.   

Summary: This booklet is aimed at anyone who may be having tests for prostate cancer. It includes information on diagnostic, and staging tests. Readers are also directed to further sources of information and support.   

Subject areas: Prostate cancer, Cancer, Men's health.

Know your prostate: a quick guide (L393)

ID: L393   

Corporate author: Prostate Cancer UK   

Publication information: London: Prostate Cancer UK, 2019   

Physical description: 2 page, 1 z-card, leaflet, 6x9cm.   

Summary: This handy credit card sized leaflet gives basic information on prostate cancer and other prostate problems, including information on risk factors and symptoms.   

Subject areas: Prostate cancer, Cancer, Men's health   

Prostate cancer and other prostate problems: information for black men (L390)

ID: L390   

Corporate author: Prostate Cancer UK   

Publication information: London: Prostate Cancer UK, 2022   

Physical description: 23 page, 1 booklet, 21x15cm.   

Summary: 1 in 4 Black men in the UK will get prostate cancer at some point in their lives. This leaflet, aimed at Black Men, explains what the prostate is and describes the three most common prostate problems- prostate cancer, an enlarged prostate, and prostatitis. It explains what changes to look out for, and what to do if you think you have a prostate problem.   

Subject areas: Prostate cancer, Cancer, Men's health.

Spot prostate cancer early (L392)

ID: L392   

Corporate author: Cancer Research UK   

Publication information: London: Cancer Research UK, 2020   

Physical description: 6 page, 1 leaflet, 21x15cm.   

Summary: This leaflet provides information on possible signs of prostate cancer; tips for telling your doctor if something is not quite right; and some facts about the PSA test.   

Subject areas: Prostate cancer, Cancer, Men's health   

Toilet trouble?: it could be a prostate problem (P808)

ID: P808   

Corporate author: Prostate Cancer UK   

Publication information: London: Prostate Cancer UK, 2018   

Physical description: 1 poster, 42x30cm.   

Summary: This poster is black and features the man symbol for a men's washroom. The man has a blue water drop at the groin. The poster highlights that trouble urinating could indicate a prostate problem, and signposts to prostatecanceruk.org.   

Subject areas: Prostate cancer, Men's health, Prostate   

Lung diseases

Lung diseases

Been coughing for 3 weeks? Tell your doctor. (P805)

ID: P805   

Corporate author: Office for Health Improvement and Disparities   

Publication information: London: Office for Health Improvement and Disparities, no date   

Physical description: 1 poster, 42x30cm.   

Summary: This poster highlights that if you have had a persistent cough for three weeks it could be a sign of lung cancer. Finding it early makes it more treatable. Make an appointment with your GP. Part of the 'Be Clear on Cancer' campaign.   

Subject areas: Cancer, Lung cancer   

Coughing for 3 weeks? Get out of breath easily? Do you have either of these symptoms? Tell your doctor (L408)

ID: L408   

Corporate author: Office for Health Improvement and Disparities   

Publication information: London: Office for Health Improvement and Disparities, 2017   

Physical description: 6 page, 1 leaflet, 21x15cm.   

Summary: This leaflet provides information on lung disease and heart disease. It lists the symptoms of both and highlights how important it is to see your doctor if you have a persistent cough or breathlessness. It also provides tips on how to stay healthy.   

Subject areas: Lung diseases, Pulmonary disease - chronic obstructive, Heart diseases   

Got a cough? Get a check! (L402)

ID: L402   

Corporate author: Leeds Health Awareness   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds Health Awareness, 2023   

Physical description: 4 page, 1 leaflet, 21x15cm.   

Summary: This leaflet is aimed at over 40s who have had a cough for over three weeks and who haven't had a chest xray in the past two months. It provides a list of symptoms to check against, as well as addresses and opening times for six Leeds-based walk-in services.   

Subject areas: Lung diseases   

Got a cough? Get a check! (P806)

ID: P806   

Corporate author: NHS   

Publication information: Leeds: NHS, 2023   

Physical description: 1 poster, 42x30cm.   

Summary: This A3 poster, which features four cartoon characters coughing, is aimed at over 40s who have had a cough for over three weeks. It provides a list of radiology sites in Leeds along with a QR code and contact details to find out more.   

Subject areas: Lung diseases   

Lung cancer (L409)

ID: L409   

Corporate author: Macmillan Cancer Support   

Publication information: London: Macmillan Cancer Support, 2021   

Physical description: 30 page, 1 booklet, 30x21cm.   

Summary: This easy read booklet uses pictures to support the meaning of text. It contains information about the symptoms of lung cancer, and how it is tested for and treated. It also directs readers to further help from Macmillan Cancer Support.   

Subject areas: Lung cancer.

Spot lung cancer early (L403)

ID: L403   

Corporate author: Cancer Research UK   

Publication information: London:Cancer Research UK, 2022   

Physical description: 6 page, 1 leaflet, 21x15cm.   

Summary: This leaflet contains information on how to spot the symptoms of lung cancer early and reduce your risk.   

Subject areas: Lung cancer.

Heart health

Heart health

Understanding blood pressure (L412)

ID: L412   

Corporate author: British Heart Foundation   

Publication information: London: British Heart Foundation, 2018   

Physical description: 16 page, 1 booklet, 15x11cm.   

Summary: This short booklet is for people who have been told they have high blood pressure, or are at risk of having it. It explains what high blood pressure is, what can cause it, and what you can do to lower it.   

Subject areas: Heart health, Heart diseases, Blood pressure   

My blood pressure reading (L413)

ID: L413   

Corporate author: Leeds Blood Pressure Wise   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds Blood Pressure Wise, no date   

Physical description: 2 page, 1 leaflet, 21x15cm.   

Summary: This double-sided A5 leaflet from Leeds Blood Pressure Wise provides space for recording an individual's blood pressure readings. The reverse side of the leaflet is entitled 'My next steps' where recommended actions can be noted. This includes going to see a GP, visiting a pharmacist, or going to A&E.   

Subject areas: Heart health, heart diseases, blood pressure   

Understanding cholesterol (L411)

ID: L411   

Corporate author: British Heart Foundation   

Publication information: London: British Heart Foundation, 2018   

Physical description: 16 page, 1 booklet, 15x11cm.   

Summary: This simple guide is for people who have been told they have high cholesterol, or are at risk of getting it. It explains what high cholesterol is, what can cause it, and what you can do to lower it.   

Subject areas: Heart health, Cholesterol, Heart diseases   

Understanding stress (L415)

ID: L415   

Corporate author: British Heart Foundation   

Publication information: London: British Heart Foundation, 2018   

Physical description: 18 page, 1 booklet, 15x11cm.   

Summary: This booklet explains the link between stress and unhealthy habits that can increase the risk of heart and circulatory diseases. It also gives tips on how to help lower stress levels to keep body and mind healthy.   

Subject areas: Stress, Heart diseases, Heart health   

Stroke

How to reduce your risk of a stroke (L416)

ID: L416   

Corporate author: Stroke Association   

Publication information: London: Stroke Association, 2021   

Physical description: 36p, 1 booklet, 21x15cm.   

Summary: This guide gives clear and simple information about what can cause a stroke, and some of the active steps you can take to reduce your risk.   

Subject areas: Stroke   

When stroke strikes act fast (P832)

ID: P832   

Corporate author: Office for Health Improvement and Disparities   

Publication information: London: Office for Health Improvement and Disparities, 2014   

Physical description: 1 poster, 42x30cm.   

Summary: This poster features stroke survivor Charles Bosah. It reminds readers of the acronym F.A.S.T: Face, Arms, Speech, Time.   

Subject areas: Stroke   

Diabetes

Diabetes

At high risk of developing type 2 diabetes (L418)

ID: L418   

Corporate author: Leeds City Council   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds City Council, 2023   

Physical description: 48p, 1 booklet, 21x15cm.   

Summary: This booklet is designed to help the reader understand why they are at high risk of type 2 diabetes and what they can do to lower their risk and stay healthy. It includes the signs and symptoms of type 2 diabetes, information on becoming more physically active, managing your weight, eating well, and where to go for additional support.   

Subject areas: Diabetes mellitus, Healthy living   

Diabetes: Live well. Reduce your risk. Ask for help (P834)

ID: P834   

Corporate author: Health and Care Partnership   

Publication information: Leeds: Leeds Health and Care Partnership, 2023   

Physical description: 1 page, 1 poster, 42x30cm.   

Summary: This A3-sized poster features an image of a park with people walking, cycling, running, and playing sports. It signposts to DiabetesLeeds.co.uk and includes a QR code for readers to scan.   

Subject areas: Diabetes mellitus-type 2, Healthy lifestyle   

Asthma

Asthma

Asthma (L421)

ID: L421   

Corporate author: Asthma UK and British Lung Foundation Partnership   

Publication information: London: Asthma UK and British Lung Foundation Partnership, 2017   

Physical description: 12 page, 1 booklet, 21x10cm.   

Summary: This booklet provides information on what asthma is; what causes it; asthma symptoms and triggers; how it is treated; how it is managed; what an asthma attack is; and what to do if you have an asthma attack.   

Subject areas: Asthma, Lung diseases   

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