Public Health Campaigns
Every Mind Matters 2021
A new campaign has been launched to support the nation’s mental health during the pandemic. Every Mind Matters now includes an updated mind plan and information on Coronavirus and mental wellbeing.
For more support and advice please click here.
Better Health 2021
The Better Health campaign has returned this year with positive and motivating messages to support us all to take action to improve our health.
For more resources click here.
These campaigns were included in the HEE School of Pharmacy and Medicines Optimisation February 2021 Newsletter.
Supporting Your Child: Self-Harm and Suicide
Guidance for Parents and Carers
PAPYRUS Prevention of Young Suicide recently launched a guide which offers practical and professional advice to parents and carers who are supporting a young person experiencing thoughts of suicide or self-harm.
Find the full guidance here.
A poster was also designed incorporating a QR code that can be scanned to download the free guide.
Download the poster here.
We encourage pharmacy staff to download the poster and display it in your pharmacies to share the important information with patients and families.
If you would like hard copies of the poster or leaflet please contact PAPYRUS email@example.com.
HIV: ‘Let’s Sort This Together’ Campaign
Last year, the PaSH Partnership (BHA for Equality, George House Trust, and LGBT Foundation) launched the ‘HIV: Let’s sort this together’ campaign focusing on working towards Greater Manchester’s ambition of ending all new cases of HIV within a generation.
The campaign continues this month, from Saturday 13th February 2021, with the release of some informative videos that have been filmed in Greater Manchester, in line with COVID-19 restrictions.
The ‘Test, Manage, Prevent’ videos include an overview film (which talks about all aspects of HIV awareness) along with five further videos which go into more details on different topics.
To support this campaign and the launch of the information videos, you can:
- Share the campaign and videos on your social media channels and internal communications using the hashtag #SortHIV, and link to the campaign website www.SortHIV.org.uk
- Use promotional materials such as print-ready posters and flyers, waiting room screens and digital assets (including email footers, website banners and desktop wallpaper).
- Share articles about the campaign.
Find all the campaign assets here.
Further information on the campaign can be found in the stakeholder guide here.