National Social Marketing Centre

Quality Improvement Framework

The Quality Improvement Framework tool was originally designed by Health Sponsorship Council in New Zealand to enable a comprehensive assessment of their social marketing programmes. It is a key tool to ensure best practice and good management processes are employed by the teams running these projects.

The tool consists of eighteen separate domains, each with a series of questions focussing on one element of the process of developing, implementing and evaluating a social marketing intervention. The NSMC is working to revise the framework to reflect the needs of organisations in England that are implementing and managing behaviour change or social marketing projects.

The framework offers a flexible system to investigate the efficiency of the management processes associated with a behaviour change programme or project. The outcomes look to recognise the progress made and to indicate how to direct and continue progress through a continuous improvement process. 

This tool will give sponsoring organisations and delivery partners confidence that their programmes are applying best management practice and are empowering the professionals involved to maximise the value for money generated.

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30 March 2016

The NSMC Level 4 Social Marketing Award Course

We are currently planning the date of our next Level 4 Social Marketing Award. Keep on eye on our website for details of this course, or alternatively contact us directly and we will then let you know when the date has been organised.

The course is the only introduction to social marketing course accredited by the Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM) and has been created from The NSMC's nine years' experience of delivering social marketing training courses with input from the accreditation unit at the CIM.

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12 April 2015

NSMC is commissioned by SNV Netherlands to evaluate a water and sanitation programme in Cambodia

The NSMC has just won a major contract with the Netherlands Development Organisation SNV to evaluate one of their major water and sanitation programmes in southern Cambodia.  The WASH programme is aiming to reduce the incidence of infectious diseases through a combination of institutional capacity building and behaviour change interventions.  The evaluation project will begin in late April and will be conducting both qualitative and quantitative research in the southern part of the country to evaluate the impact of the WASH programme on rural communities.

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23 February 2015

NSMC wins new project in Kent to develop a social marketing plan to reduce the number of expectant mothers who smoke

The NSMC has just been awarded a new project helping Kent County Council to develop a social marketing plan to reduce smoking rates in pregnant women.  We will be working over the next months to co-develop a behaviour change intervention that resonates with our target audience and helps them to quit smoking for good.  We will keep you informed of how this exciting project is developing throughout March and April. 

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18 March 2014

Guest blog - Best practice for research programmes by Rachel Cope of MRUK

With a trend towards social marketing increasingly being used to inform policy and development of strategy, the need for actionable research has never been more important.  Here, I outline best practice to ensure that your research programmes can be put into action.

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21 February 2014

The Chartered Institute of Marketing New Social Marketing Award


What do young people crossing railways safely, stopping smoking for October, voting for a country to join FIFA, not using accident and emergency services and enrolling more students on a course have in common?


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