Healthy Living Hub
Information on public health campaigns and NHS resources
We are here to support the NHS to promote healthy lifestyle and public health campaigns. Our pharmacy team are here to offer support and guidance should you need to speak to us on matters related to your healthcare.
In addition, our blog includes details of some of the public health campaigns we are supporting and links to find out more information.
You can find out more about public health campaigns in England by visiting: Campaign resources.gov
Whilst iGAS infections are still uncommon, there has been an increase in cases this year, particularly in children under 10, including a small number of deaths.
NHS England’s new ‘Bowel Cancer Screening’ campaign has launched featuring the engaging ‘Ribbon Dancer’ creative. This latest phase of NHS England’s ‘Help Us, Help You’ campaign is designed to encourage people who are sent the NHS bowel cancer screening home test kit to complete and return it.Learn More
Activity will run on TV, video on demand, online video, PR, social media, radio, out of home (OOH) and search. TV activity begins on 19 December, while other media, including search and social, begin in November. See media summary sheet for details. The campaign will also be supported by multi-cultural marketing and activity aimed at people with disabilities.Learn More
We want to encourage parents and carers to chat, play and read more with their children to develop their communication, language and literacy skills before starting school. We want to support and empower parents to do more learning and play activities with their children and help overcome the key barriers we know they face, such as lack of time, confidence and not knowing the types of activities that are beneficial.Learn More
Better Health Quit Smoking aims to help people quit smoking by reminding them of the harms and signposting to support.
There's a wide range of resources to promote the campaign, including posters, social animations, key messages and more.Learn More
This national campaign, launched on 14 February 2022, aims to get everyone who is eligible for cervical screening to attend an appointment.
Key messages are around encouraging people to respond to the letter they get asking them to book an appointment or to book an appointment if they missed their screening.Learn More