Help Us, Help You – Pharmacy Advice 2020 campaign

Help Us, Help You – Pharmacy Advice 2020 campaign

January 13, 2020

On 20 JanuaryNHS England and NHS Improvement launched the Pharmacy Advice phase of the Help Us, Help You winter activity.

The campaign encourages the public to ‘take the drama out of minor illnesses’ and use their local pharmacy as the first place to go to for clinical advice on minor health concerns such as coughs, colds, tummy troubles and aches and pains. This year the look and feel of the campaign has been updated with a dramatic eye-catching new creative – featuring TV advert, social media, out-of-home bus shelter advertising, posters and digital assets.

Materials being sent to pharmacies and general practices focus on two common minor ailments – itchy eye and sore throat. A third creative for earache will feature in the campaign and a poster will be available for digital download via the Campaign Resource Centre from 20 January.



Posted in:


More Latest News >

PSNC Pharmacy Advice Audit

Pharmacies will be asked to carry out the audit on a single day in the week commencing Monday 29th June....

Forum Meetings

Please find attached slides from the NE virtual forum meeting (2nd June 2020)

Covid-19 – Testing

If any of you encounter staffing problems because of staff self-isolating please remember pharmacy staff (and members of their households)...

Covid 19 – 5th March

General points Members of the public should continue following HM Government and NHS advice about the COVID-19 coronavirus from: https://www.gov.uk/guidance/coronavirus-covid-19-information-for-the-public...

Covid-19 – 4th March 2020

Please note that all the government communications will be sent to your shared NHS mailbox. The SOP should be shared...

Missed PQS deadline?

Community pharmacy contractors are no longer able to make a declaration for a Pharmacy Quality Scheme (PQS) payment. Contractors who...

Primary Care Networks

All primary care networks and pharmacy details can be found under “Pharmacy Contracts and IT” section of this website or...