Campaigns

The Department of Health runs campaigns to support and promote its work. You can find out about the latest campaigns here.

Smokers get help to quit

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A national TV and radio advertising campaign has been launched today to encourage smokers to quit. From today smokers can pick up a new and improved NHS Quit Kit from … Read more → – Smokers get help to quit

Dementia awareness campaign

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In his latest video blog, Alistair Burns – National Clinical Director for Dementia talks about the role the dementia awareness campaign is playing in helping people spot the early signs … Read more → – Dementia awareness campaign

Distributing quit kits in 2012

Following the success of this year’s Quit Kit campaign, the Department would like to invite pharmacies across England to distribute Quit Kits to smokers between January and March 2012. The … Read more → – Distributing quit kits in 2012

Bowel cancer awareness campaign to go national

The first ever cancer campaign to increase awareness of bowel cancer will start in January following a successful trial. The ‘Be Clear on Cancer’ awareness ads will aim to make … Read more → – Bowel cancer awareness campaign to go national

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Join a Walk4Life event near you

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Change4Life is launching a new campaign encouraging adults to get active, starting with ITV’s Walk4Life Day on Sunday 25 September. Walking is a free, fun and flexible way to get … Read more → – Join a Walk4Life event near you

Get kids active this summer

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The Really Big Summer Adventure is the latest campaign from Change4Life. The aim is to inspire children and families to keep active and eat healthily over the summer holidays with … Read more → – Get kids active this summer

Campaigns to promote earlier diagnosis of cancer

Professor Sir Bruce Keogh, NHS medical director, today wrote to all trust chief executives setting out plans for campaigns to help promote the earlier diagnosis of cancer. Read the letter … Read more → – Campaigns to promote earlier diagnosis of cancer