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  • Change4Life

    Last updated: 1 April 2011

    Change4Life is England’s first ever national social marketing campaign to reduce obesity.

     
  • Fit Fans

    Last updated: 4 April 2011

    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.

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  • Up for It

    Last updated: 11 February 2013

    The UpforIt project was funded by the Kirklees Partnership, which consists of internal stakeholders from Kirklees Council and NHS Kirklees. Using Communities for Health funding, the Partnership established a project in collaboration with The NSMC to halt the year-on-year rise in overweight and obesity levels among 16- to 24-year-olds attending further and higher education (FE and HE) institutions across Kirklees.

     
  • Vitality

    Last updated: 20 October 2011

    Vitality is a holistic health and wellbeing service for South West Essex, which supports individuals to improve their health by making simple lifestyle changes.

    The service was developed as a result of a research exercise to understand barriers to quitting smoking. However, this research identified that residents did not want a service directed only at smoking cessation. Instead they wanted a lifestyle programme that integrated healthy eating, smoking cessation, exercise and alcohol advice.

     
  • Woodside Gets Active

    Last updated: 10 May 2011

    In February 2008, Telford and Wrekin PCT and Telford and Wrekin Council launched a three-month campaign to increase levels of physical activity amongst children and their parents in Woodside, an area of deprivation with high levels of obesity.

     

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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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Behavioural economics, good communications and social marketing

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'Sing them something they bloody well know’ - quote from the film Zulu

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