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Campaigns

Dates for your diary: November-December

The festive period may be getting underway but that doesn’t mean health campaigns take a back seat in pharmacy.

Self Care Week is back

Self Care Week returns this November and there are plenty of opportunities for pharmacies to get involved in. 

Stub it out this Stoptober

Since 2012, Stoptober has inspired 1.5 million smokers to make a quit attempt. Pharmacy teams can offer vital support.

Dates for your diary: October

From raising awareness of breast cancer to mental health, there are plenty of health campaigns to get involved in.

Dates for your diary: June

As the summer edges closer, public health campaigns start to step up a gear with opportunities for pharmacy teams. 

Pressure point

Pharmacy teams can raise awareness of hypertension and encourage people to get screened during May Measurement Month.

Time to talk

World Mental Health day – 10 October – is a fantastic opportunity for pharmacy staff to tackle the issue of mental health stigma.

Looking good

Sight is the sense many fear losing the most, yet eye health is often overlooked. National Eye Health Week wants change.

Reaching out

Men’s Health Week presents pharmacies with the opportunity to offer support and advice to men who otherwise might suffer in silence.

Social media reigns

Social media is increasingly favoured by charities as a way of raising funds and boosting awareness, but how effective is it?

Dr Dawn Harper supports National BV Month

Following the success of last year’s National BV Day, this year’s campaign will run for the entire month of April.

Joint talk

Pharmacies getting involved with Arthritis Care Week can help their customers better understand how to live with the condition.

Kick the habit

No Smoking Day is the ideal time for pharmacies to promote the health benefits of quitting.

Banishing the booze

The “Dry January” campaign is the ideal way for pharmacy teams to get customers to think about their drinking habits.

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