Campaign Overviews

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Campaign Banner - Save a Life for Scotland - Play Your Part-3

Save a Life for Scotland 'Play Your Part' Campaign Launch

Today marks the launch of Save a Life Scotland's 'Play Your Part' Campaign, which aims to empower Disabled people to be ready to play their part in saving a life in cardiac arrest cases.

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No Smoking Perimeter - Stakeholder Assets for 5th September Launch

On 5 September 2022, it will become an offence for anyone to smoke, or knowingly permit smoking, within 15 metres of a hospital building. This includes awnings, canopies or any other over hanging structure.

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Supporting a Mentally Healthy Workplace - Mental Health & Wellbeing Platform for Employers

Today a new Mental Health & Wellbeing Platform for Employers has been launched by the the Scottish Government and Public Health Scotland, which streamlines employer access to free and reputable health and wellbeing resources. 

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Public Health Scotland 'Vaccines for Students' Stakeholder Toolkit

The new term for Scottish universities and colleges is an important opportunity to remind students of
free vaccinations provided by NHS Scotland.

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Covid Sense - Updated Campaign Materials

The ‘Covid Sense’ campaign has been live since 31 March 2022 and continues over the summer months. The campaign recognises that the COVID-19 safety behaviours are well-known and have been a part of everyday life for the past two years so the messaging aims to provide a little reminder of these behaviours and the positive impact they can have, protecting yourself and others.

This update includes an amended stakeholder poster to include the Distance Aware scheme as well as information on how to request Braille. There is also a new Distance Aware social static available to download and share - please see links attached.

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Organ and Tissue Donation - Campaign Launch

Today marks the launch of the Scottish Government’s new organ and tissue donation awareness raising campaign – ‘Don’t Leave Your Loved Ones in Doubt’.

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Lung Cancer Campaign Launch

We are pleased to announce a re-run of Scottish Government lung cancer campaign, Settling In.  Launching tomorrow (Thursday 21 July), it aims to encourage people to contact their GP practice should they have symptoms that could be lung cancer.

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COVID Sense Signage Pilot

You are invited to join the COVID Sense Signage Pilot. This pilot allows you to create customisable signs to display in your venue or use on your website, showing that protective measures are in place.

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Right Care Right Place - Urgent Care - Campaign Launch

The Scottish Government's 'Right Care Right Place' campaign has launched to help the public understand their options for urgent care across A&E, NHS 24 on 111 and General Practice.

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Covid Sense - Poster Translations and Updated Assets

The ‘Covid Sense’ campaign has been live since 31 March 2022 and will continue over the summer months. The campaign recognises that the COVID-19 safety behaviours are well-known and have been a part of everyday life for the past two years so the messaging aims to provide a little reminder of these behaviours and the positive impact they can have, protecting yourself and others.

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Organ and Tissue Donation

The Scottish Government has launched a digital and radio campaign to remind people of the choices they have in relation to organ and tissue donation. This campaign is running throughout March.

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Right Care Right Place - Receptionist Campaign

The Right Care Right Place – Receptionist Campaign aims to create a greater understanding of the pivotal role receptionists play in signposting people to the right care for their specific healthcare needs.