NHS is still here for you – Richmond Toolkit
With fewer people using NHS services when they need it across Richmond, we’ve produced a toolkit to promote the importance of people getting the help they need when they need it and reminding people that the NHS is still here for them.
To ensure we’re reaching the those within our demographics, as well as their friends and relatives, we’ve designed a range of multi-media assets which educate the local residents, encourage behaviour change and think of those most vulnerable.
This toolkit contains a variety of assets and suggestions of how we can maximise these as part of the communications mix. Guidance on how to use the toolkit can be found here.
If you need any further data or information, please get in touch with our team at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 020 3458 5379.
Lockdown Text Assets
Lockdown Image Assets
- Download image asset – Maternity
- Download image asset – Mental health
- Download image asset – Parents
Cancer - Text Assets
Cancer- Image and Video Assets
Social Media Assets
Localised borough – symptoms assets
Generic screening assets
Breast screening assets
Lung cancer assets
Skin Cancer assets
Prostate Cancer Assets
(Dr Emma Kipps, RM Partners Clinical Director and Consultant Breast Oncologist, The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust, on how important it is to be breast cancer aware)
Dr Afsana Safa, a GP in Westminster, explains the causes of breast pain and why it is not considered to be a sign of more serious disease. She describes how breast pain feels and what steps people can take to help relieve their pain:
Generic GP Message - Text Assets
Generic GP Message - Image Assets
Mental Health - Text Assets
Mental Health - Image Assets