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Campaign Resource Centre provides easy access to latest public health campaigns

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Providing a one-stop shop for all Department of Health public health campaign information and resources for anyone who works directly with the…

Providing a one-stop shop for all Department of Health public health campaign information and resources for anyone who works directly with the public, the online Campaign Resource Centre was launched this week.

If you want to start conversations with families and adults about healthier lifestyles, stopping smoking, the signs and symptoms of cancer or stroke, or you need trustworthy advice about the issues that affect young people, the Campaign Resource Centre can help.

Keeping you up to date with the latest campaign news, the Campaign Resource Centre will also give you access to the leaflets, posters, ads and toolkits available to support the campaigns.

About DH public health campaigns

Department of Health public health campaigns aim to help people:

  • become engaged with their own health and well-being
  • understand how their lifestyle choices impact on their current and future health outcomes (and, in the case of parents, their children’s health outcomes)
  • obtain sound advice about what constitutes a healthy lifestyle
  • access appropriate services, products and tools to help them change their behaviour

Each campaign section offers a summary of the public health campaign together with all the resources available to support it.

Visit www.campaigns.dh.gov.uk to find out more or subscribe and receive regular updates.