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Please see below listings of upcoming campaigns that all London boroughs are encouraged to support locally.
This phase will see a wider rollout of the STOP prompt.
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UKHSA has published its cold weather comm toolkit which support the Adverse Weather and Health Plan (AWHP) and Cold-Health Alerting (CHA) system.
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GMHD is making a triumphant return on Friday 26 January 2024! This year's theme is all about meaningful connections.
Do It London’s ‘Be Sure, Know the Four’ campaign relaunches on 14 November 2023 to continue to promote the four proven ways to prevent HIV.
13 -19 November recognises National Self Care Week, an annual national awareness week that focuses on embedding support for self care.
The Met Office has recently their WeatherReady winter campaign which focuses on weather challenges and tips for the public.
To mark #WMHD, we’ve created a range of new communications toolkits that can be used to raise awareness of wellbeing resources for different faiths.
Ahead of International Infection Prevention Week, UKHSA and NHS England are running a joint campaign to raise awareness of UTI prevention.
The NHS will run a London campaign to encourage people 50-74 years to participate in bowel screening will run from 16 October - 3 December 2023.
UKHSA has produced social media assets to support the flu and COVID-19 vaccine programme, encouraging those who are currently eligible for vaccination
Good Thinking has partnered with the Office for Students’ Black Students Mental Health Project to host a range of mental wellbeing resources.
Better Health – Every Mind Matters is ready to help you support your networks with NHS endorsed tips and advice to improve mental health and wellbeing
Better Health – Every Mind Matters Partnership Presentation
This year, Stoptober is rallying the over 5 million smokers in England to join together to support each other and commit to quitting.
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This toolkit was created in collaboration with UKHSA and devolved regional public health authorities to support messaging on vaccination for students.
A new National Breastfeeding Week social media toolkit is now available to download form the Campaign Resource Centre, to support partners engagement.
This toolkit contains information about the Good Thinking Student Mental Health Hub and highlights other services and resources for students & parents
Thrive LDN has developed a toolkit to support London partners with messaging for WSPD23 and for promoting the ongoing #ZeroSuicideLDN campaign.
NHS England – London’s #AskAboutAsthma campaign returns for its seventh year to raise awareness around childhood asthma and how to manage it.
Please see the attached the social media assets and regional comms pack from the NHSE measles comms campaign which launched on 14th July.
This toolkit explains the changes to the Human Papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine programme.
This toolkit is designed to accompany the launch of the phase 2 polio/MMR campaign and its ongoing promotion.
Loneliness Awareness Week is an annual event hosted by Marmalade Trust and this year it will run from 12 – 18 June.
The Mayor of London has launched a campaign supporting Londoners who are championing mental health.
This year’s Mental Health Awareness Week takes place from 15 to 21 May 2023, and the theme for the week is anxiety.
London Arts and Health with the Culture Health & Wellbeing Alliance are organising a festival to shine a light on the creative health sector.
Information and resources
NHS in London will soon be delivering a catch-up campaign for un or partially vaccinated children aged 1-11 years.
As we enter spring, resilience to and dealing with economic pressures and wider threats remains a key priority and challenge for public mental health.
Campaign information and toolkit
Campaign to support Stop Smoking Day 8 March, focusing on link between smoking and developing cognitive impairment and dementia.
No Smoking Day Campaign Assets
The campaign aims to encourage people who are sent the NHS bowel cancer screening home test kit to complete and return.
Good Thinking's quick guides to help you to support friends, family and others in your local community who may be struggling with their mental health.
This campaign promotes waiting until your baby is around six months to introduce solid alongside breast milk or infant formula foods.
NHS England, in association with the Stroke Association, have relaunched the Act F.A.S.T stroke campaign.