Asgard

Asgard - Reducing Inappropriate Attendances in Accident and Emergency

Scoping phase

The Asgard (advice, support, guidance, advocacy, referral and direction) project aims to reduce the number of 16- to 19-year-olds in North East Lincolnshire who repeatedly use the Accident and Emergency (A&E) service.

Fit Fans

Fit Fans Activity and Nutrition Programme

Scoping phase

Launched in March 2009 by NHS Hull, Fit Fans is a free weight management service designed primarily for men aged 40 to 65 who want to lose weight.

Fuel Zone

Fuel Zone Schools Programme

Scoping phase

To combat the declining number of young people eating school meals, Glasgow City Council's Direct and Care Services (now Cordia LLP) developed the Fuel Zone concept in Glasgow to revamp the image of the school meals service and reward healthy eating.

THINK!

The Think Road Safety Programme

Scoping phase

In 2000 the UK Department for Transport (DfT) developed a marketing and communications programme to reduce the number of deaths and injuries on the roads.

Save the Crabs

Save the Crabs

Scoping phase

The Academy for Educational Development, a non-profit organisation specialising in social change communications, implemented a campaign to reduce nutrient pollution flowing into the Chesapeake Bay from residential sources in the greater Washington D.C. area.

Reducing graffiti vandalism

Reducing Graffiti

Scoping phase

In 2006, Brent Council was spending approximately £450,000 a year cleaning up graffiti. A review by Brent's Anti-Social Behaviour Steering Group led to the formation in 2007 of the Brent Graffiti Partnership Board, a multi-agency partnership aimed at reducing graffiti in the borough.

Road Crew

Road Crew

Scoping phase

Based in Wisconsin, USA, Road Crew was one of five projects funded by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, seeking a five per cent reduction in alcohol-related crashes in the pilot communities. Pioneered in several rural Wisconsin counties, it represents an innovative approach to drink driving.

Dont Just Say It Matters

Don't Just Say It Matters

Scoping phase

'Don't Just Say It Matters' addresses ethnicity-based health inequalities in New Zealand. It aims to increase cervical screening amongst New Zealand's Māori and Pacific women by creating an understanding of the importance of screening and enhancing the service to support uptake.

Be A Star

Be a Star

Scoping phase

Commissioned by Central Lancashire Primary Care Trust (PCT), in partnership with Little Angels breastfeeding peer support organisation and The Hub social marketing agency, Be A Star promotes breastfeeding amongst 16- to 25-year-old mothers.

COAST

Coast Sexual Health Programme

Development phase

As part of England's National Chlamydia Screening Programme, COAST (Chlamydia Outreach Advice Screening and Treatment) is an innovative, nurse-led scheme designed to make the detection and treatment of chlamydia a simple and straightforward process.

Tower Hamlets breast screening programme

Tower Hamlets, London Breast Screening Programme

Development phase

In 2005/06 Tower Hamlets had one of the lowest breast screening rates in England. To tackle this, NHS Tower Hamlets took a whole systems approach to ensure that the breast screening process was client-focused.

Increasing access to NHS dental services

Increasing Access to NHS Dental Services

Development phase

NHS Kensington and Chelsea (NHS KC) worked with social marketing consultancy Lamerton Swales on a project to increase self-referral rates to NHS dental services and improve overall oral health in under 18s and adults.

Program H

Program H

Development phase

Program H aims to prevent and reduce the prevalence of HIV/STIs by questioning male gender norms. There is a strong link between gender attitudes toward sexuality and HIV risk behaviours, such as non-condom use.

Early Presentation of Cancer Symptoms

Encouraging the Early Presentation of Cancer Symptoms

All Planning Phases

'Early Presentation of Cancer Symptoms' is a community-led programme working across deprived communities in North East Lincolnshire.

Time to Change

Time to Change Mental Health Programme

All Planning Phases

Time to Change is England's most ambitious programme to end discrimination faced by people who experience mental health problems.

Riders for Health

Riders for Health

All Planning Phases

Riders for Health (Riders) is an international non-governmental organisation (NGO) that works to ensure all health workers in Africa have access to reliable transportation so they can reach the most isolated people with regular and reliable healthcare.

免费视频在线看_免费人成在线播放视频_男人的天堂在线视频