NHS acute and primary care

66.8 million prescriptions ordered - NHS App (social media static)

Format: Social graphic

A campaign to encourage use of the NHS App, by increasing awareness of the App and its functionality and driving knowledge of the key benefits to using it to access NHS health and care services at your fingertips.

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Call your GP practice on your precious lunch break (social media static)

Format: Social graphic

A campaign to encourage use of the NHS App, by increasing awareness of the App and its functionality and driving knowledge of the key benefits to using it to access NHS health and care services at your fingertips.

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Don't assume you're entitled to free dental treatment (digital screen)

Format: Screensavers / waiting room screen promotions

A digital screen that can be used in dental practice settings. If you claim when you're not entitled, even by mistake, you could face a penalty charge of £100 plus the cost of your treatment.

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Don't wait for it to get worse - ask our pharmacy team first (static screen)

Format: Screensavers / waiting room screen promotions

A static digital screen to support the Pharmacy Advice campaign. Ideal for GP surgeries and hospital waiting areas, and pharmacies.

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Found in 33.6 million pockets across England - NHS App (social media static)

Format: Social graphic

A campaign to encourage use of the NHS App, by increasing awareness of the App and its functionality and driving knowledge of the key benefits to using it to access NHS health and care services at your fingertips.

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Get protected against measles - Cheril (digital screen)

Format: Screensavers / waiting room screen promotions

A downloadable GP practice digital display screen for practice waiting rooms. This version has an image of a Nurse.

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Get protected against measles - Rachel (digital screen)

Format: Screensavers / waiting room screen promotions

A downloadable GP practice digital display screen for practice waiting rooms.

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Get to the help you need - armchair (digital screen)

Format: Screensavers / waiting room screen promotions

Get assessed and directed to the right place for you without leaving your armchair.

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Get to the help you need - bed (digital screen)

Format: Screensavers / waiting room screen promotions

Get assessed and directed to the right place for you without leaving your bed.

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Get to the help you need - female sportswoman (social static)

Format: Social graphic

The campaign encourages people to use NHS 111 online to get assessed and directed to the medical help they need from the comfort of their own home.

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Get to the help you need - male (social static)

Format: Social graphic

The campaign encourages people to use NHS 111 online to get assessed and directed to the medical help they need from the comfort of their own home.

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Get to the help you need - man in chair (social static)

Format: Social graphic

The campaign encourages people to use NHS 111 online to get assessed and directed to the medical help they need from the comfort of their own home.

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Get to the help you need - mum and boy (social static)

Format: Social graphic

The campaign encourages people to use NHS 111 online to get assessed and directed to the medical help they need from the comfort of their own home.

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Get to the help you need - sofa (digital screen)

Format: Screensavers / waiting room screen promotions

Get assessed and directed to the right place for you without leaving your sofa.

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Get well sooner (digital screen)

Format: Screensavers / waiting room screen promotions

From soothing earache to treating a UTI, your local pharmacist can now provide medicines for seven conditions, if necessary, without the need for a GP appointment or prescription.

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It burns when I pee - think pharmacy first (social static)

Format: Social graphic

The 'Think pharmacy first' campaign will increase public awareness that pharmacists can provide some prescription medicines if needed, without seeing a GP. Launched at the end of January, patients can now get treatment and medicines from their local pharmacy for seven common conditions, covering sinusitis, sore throat, earache, infected insect bite, impetigo, shingles, and uncomplicated urinary tract infections.

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It's your patient choice - will you choose somewhere close to family and friends (social static)

Format: Social graphic

The campaign aims to help the public understand their right to choose where they receive their care. Patients have a legal right to choose which hospital they are referred to for their first outpatient appointment, when they are being referred for treatment by a healthcare professional.

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It's your patient choice - will you choose somewhere that's easier to get to? (social static)

Format: Social graphic

The campaign aims to help the public understand their right to choose where they receive their care. Patients have a legal right to choose which hospital they are referred to for their first outpatient appointment, when they are being referred for treatment by a healthcare professional.

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My insect bite is getting bigger - think pharmacy first (social static)

Format: Social graphic

The 'Think pharmacy first' campaign will increase public awareness that pharmacists can provide some prescription medicines if needed, without seeing a GP. Launched at the end of January, patients can now get treatment and medicines from their local pharmacy for seven common conditions, covering sinusitis, sore throat, earache, infected insect bite, impetigo, shingles, and uncomplicated urinary tract infections.

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People have securely viewed their health records 244 million times - NHS App (social media static)

Format: Social graphic

A campaign to encourage use of the NHS App, by increasing awareness of the App and its functionality and driving knowledge of the key benefits to using it to access NHS health and care services at your fingertips.

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Scroll through your calendar for days - NHS App (social media static)

Format: Social graphic

A campaign to encourage use of the NHS App, by increasing awareness of the App and its functionality and driving knowledge of the key benefits to using it to access NHS health and care services at your fingertips.

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Search through your pile of papers - NHS App (social static)

Format: Social graphic

A campaign to encourage use of the NHS App, by increasing awareness of the App and its functionality and driving knowledge of the key benefits to using it to access NHS health and care services at your fingertips.

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Shared your organ donation decision yet? (festival, web banner)

Format: Email signature / web banner

This web banner encourages people to talk about their organ donation decision with family and friends.

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Shared your organ donation decision yet? (football, web banner)

Format: Email signature / web banner

This web banner encourages people to talk about their organ donation decision with family and friends.

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Shared your organ donation decision yet? (taxi, web banner)

Format: Email signature / web banner

This web banner encourages people to talk about their organ donation decision with family and friends.

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Shared your organ donation decision yet? (teacher, web banner)

Format: Email signature / web banner

This web banner encourages people to talk about their organ donation decision with family and friends.

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Think 'Why not home? Why not today?' every day (e-mail signature)

Format: Email signature / web banner

A downloadable e-mail signature that can be used to promote the new NHS 'Reducing length of stay' initiative.

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Think 'Why not home? Why not today?' every day (screensaver)

Format: Screensavers / waiting room screen promotions

A downloadable screensaver that can be used to promote the new NHS 'Reducing length of stay' initiative.

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This earache is getting worse - think pharmacy first (social static)

Format: Social graphic

The 'Think pharmacy first' campaign will increase public awareness that pharmacists can provide some prescription medicines if needed, without seeing a GP. Launched at the end of January, patients can now get treatment and medicines from their local pharmacy for seven common conditions, covering sinusitis, sore throat, earache, infected insect bite, impetigo, shingles, and uncomplicated urinary tract infections.

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Track down the note you left somewhere - NHS app (social media static)

Format: Social graphic

A campaign to encourage use of the NHS App, by increasing awareness of the App and its functionality and driving knowledge of the key benefits to using it to access NHS health and care services at your fingertips.

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Wait by the doormat - NHS App (social media static)

Format: Social graphic

A campaign to encourage use of the NHS App, by increasing awareness of the App and its functionality and driving knowledge of the key benefits to using it to access NHS health and care services at your fingertips.

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We're open for longer so you can get the help you need more easily (Nurse static banner)

Format: Email signature / web banner

A downloadable static banner for use on social media to support the GP access campaign.

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We're open longer so you can get the help you need more easily (GP static banner)

Format: Email signature / web banner

A downloadable static banner for use on social media to support the GP access campaign.

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Why patient choice? (social static)

Format: Social graphic

The campaign aims to help the public understand their right to choose where they receive their care. Patients have a legal right to choose which hospital they are referred to for their first outpatient appointment, when they are being referred for treatment by a healthcare professional.

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