NHS Publicity Campaign Award
Awarded to the campaign which can demonstrate success in achieving its objectives. The winning campaign can be either internal or external and can combine media including press, radio, television and outdoor advertising.
NHS Mid Essex Clinical Commissioning Group - Your Medicines, Your NHS
In February 2019 the CCG launched a year‐long integrated marketing and communications campaign to tackle approximately £2 million per year in unused medication. Early campaign impact analysis showed that in April 2019 there were 250 fewer dispensed items in mid Essex than usual, and in May an additional 500 not dispensed items. While the total cost avoided is not known, an average spend per item of £7.50 equated to £5,600 in those two months. The CCG anticipates further cost avoidance as the campaign continues.
NHS Arden & GEM CSU - Modern Slavery awareness campaign
South West Yorkshire Partnership NHS Trust - Flu Fighter Campaign
NHS England - Men in Nursing
North Tees and Hartlepool NHS Trust - Violence against Staff campaign
North West Ambulance Service - Make the Right Call campaign
The Make The Right Call campaign promoted alternatives to 999. Due to the popularity of TV show Game of Thrones, the popular phrase ‘winter is coming’ was used to promote a demand management campaign using current culture as a hook. Fake news was used to dispel myths and WTF (Way To Fail) gave real life examples of people who had used 999 inappropriately, such as a person who called 999 from an A&E waiting room because they didn’t think they should have to sit with other members of the public. Managers cited an increase in staff morale.
NHS Mid Essex Clinical Commissioning Group - Referrals to Psychological Therapies
NHS Arden & GEM CSU / Erewash CCG - 'Love Bump' smoking during pregnancy campaign
NHS England - Stay Well Pharmacy campaign
NHS Castle Point and Rochford CCG - Scarfie Asthma UK campaign
NHS Mid Essex Clinical Commissioning Group - Live Well Campaign
In 2016, Mid Essex CCG launched its long-term strategy - to help everyone in our area to Live Well. Staff were challenged to walk 25 million steps in 100 days with a view that if 100 people signed up, they would need to complete 2,500 steps a day. The CCG comms team created a route and ‘virtual world tour’ map of the walk – starting in New Zealand and finishing in Chelmsford. Every week, staff were asked for their 7-day step count which was converted into miles and plotted on the map. A special edition staff magazine shared fun facts, healthy recipes and information about the health system of the country. Colleagues committed to a date to become Ambassador of the Day and a poster of the Ambassador was designed, printed and displayed. These became a talking point for staff and people were interested to learn more about their colleagues and celebrate their personal milestones.
NHS Arden & GEM CSU - Winter Warmers campaign
United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust - Health Living campaign
UK Renal Registry - Think Kidneys
In July this year, a national campaign was launched to raise awareness of kidneys, what they do and why we need to look after them. ‘Think Kidneys’, a partnership between NHS England, NHS Improvement and the UK Renal Registry, comprises a website and series of posters, endorsed by the Royal Pharmaceutical Society and displayed by GP surgeries and pharmacies across England. These carry simple messages to explain how kidneys function and tips to keep them working well, such as drinking enough water, as well as signs to look out for which may point to a problem. Dr Sarah Jarvis, Health Business Awards presenter, appeared on the Jeremy Vine radio show to support the campaign.
West Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust - Forget-Me-Not Walk
NHS Blood and Transplant - Blood Donor Augmented Reality Campaign
NHS Employers - #nhswhereIstarted
Liverpool Community Health NHS Trust- Immunise Your Selfie
Throughout the 2014/15 winter period, the winning trust delivered a digitally-led internal communications campaign to encourage staff to have the flu vaccination, highlighting the reasons why staff must take responsibility for staying healthy during the winter.
NHS Arden & GEM CSU
Liverpool Community Health NHS Trust
Royal College of Nursing