About the Health Awareness Campaigns
Each year the Library and Health Promotion Resources team for BDCFT coordinate six health awareness campaigns in Bradford and Airedale. Campaigns run via the distribution of campaign display packs, which contain leaflets and posters on the campaign topic, and also online via our website, with key campaign information and digital resources available for download.
Upcoming health awareness campaigns:
This financial year the library is coordinating the six campaigns as listed below. For more information please see our health awareness campaigns calendar
|Campaign Topic||Provisional Campaign Dates|
|Mental Health Awareness Week: Body Image||13th-31st May|
|Know Your Numbers: Heart Health and Physical Activity||10th – 28th June|
|Suicide Risk Awareness||2nd-20th September|
|Go Sober for Stoptober: Smoking Cessation and Alcohol Awareness||1st – 31st October|
|Self-Care and Winter Health||18th November-6th December|
|Air Quality and Road Safety||TBC|
Taking part with campaigns
Each campaign has webpage containing more information and resources to download. The leaflets and posters on these pages are produced by reliable health information sources and are suitable to distribute to your service users and patients where appropriate.
We also have physical campaign display packs available for each campaign. The link to request a display pack is available on the corresponding webpage. Packs are for collection from the Library and Health Promotion Resources at Lynfield Mount Hospital. All GPs in the Bradford and Airedale CCGs automatically receive a display packs in the internal post.
Our campaigns are collaborative, and we welcome any local organisation, whether NHS, public sector, voluntary or private, to get on board and spread the campaign message. These campaigns aim to coordinate public health efforts across the district, allowing many different partner organisations to work together, ensuring that all people in Bradford and Airedale have the key health messages needed to enable them to live to their fullest potential.
To join our email list, to keep up-to-date on the latest health awareness campaigns, please email email@example.com . You can also follow updates on health awareness campaigns via the library’s twitter page @BDCFTLibrary.