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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.
We have launched the Mind to Mind Campaign, which highlights the new dedicated NHS inform website to help people who may be facing challenges with their mental wellbeing.
This week see the launch of the Scottish Governments Climate Conversations Pack.
The Scottish Government has recently launched new video assets for Parent Club's 'Parenting Teens' campaign.
The Scottish Government has launched a campaign to highlight the closure of the COVID-19 Community Pathway from Friday 1 April 2022.
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.
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.
The ‘Parenting Teens’ campaign launched today and marks the first Parent Club campaign focused on providing hints and tips specifically to the parents of teenagers S2-S4. The campaign will run for four weeks across VOD, radio and digital platforms.
Today we are launching the road safety campaign from the Scottish Government and Road Safety Scotland, which is delivering a clear message for all drivers – There’s no excuse for speeding, even if it’s just a little bit.
This week we have launched the Scottish Government Food Waste Campaign in partnership with Zero Waste Scotland.
The Healthcare Worker Respect Campaign assets are now available to download from the campaign resource centre.
The Scottish Government Parental Audience team have launched a national campaign regarding Child Online Safety.