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April Campaigns

Week campaign- Monday 1st April- Sunday 7th April 2019

Public Health Campaign: Diabetes Prevention Week 2019

A campaign raising awareness of how to prevent type 2 diabetes, with information on the lifestyle changes that can be made to reduce the risk of developing the condition. The campaign highlights details of the condition, associated complications and at-risk groups.

To get involved, please order your free Diabetes Prevention Week toolkit from the PHE campaign resource centre.

Click here for the PHE campaign resource centre

Month Campaign: 1st April – 30th April 2019

Stress Awareness Month

This annual campaign aims to raise awareness about the causes of stress, the adverse effects it can have on health and how to manage it effectively.

Click here for the official website for more details on how to get involved

Month Campaign: 1st April – 30th April 2019

Bowel Cancer Awareness Month

From Bowel Cancer UK, a month long campaign running through April that highlights Bowel Cancer, the effects of the disease and raising awareness of the symptoms to support early detection.

Heath promotion materials are available on their website as well as fundraising opportunities for Bowel Cancer UK so they can continue to support those effected by the disease.

Click here for more information on how to get involved with this campaign

1st April- 7th April 2019

World Autism week

A week to raise awareness of Austim, how to recognise the condition and support those affected in every day society.

There is also opportunities to fund-raise for the National Autistic Society so they can continue their work supporting those with Autism.

For more information on how to get involved, click here

5th April 2019

Walk to work day

A day to enourage people to walk to work where possible, highlighting that doing so can reduce carbon emmissions and add exercise into a daily routine.

Click here for more information

7th April 2019

World Health Day

The anniversary of the founding of the World Health Organisation (WHO), promoting and supporting the work they do across the world.

Click here for more information

11th April 2019

World Parkinson’s Awareness Day

From Parkinson’s UK, a health promotion day to raise awareness of Parkinson’s disease by improving public understanding of how those living with the condition are affected.

Click here for more information

13th April 2019

FND Awareness Day

Functional Neurological Disorder (FND) is a neurological condition , which can be debilitating with sufferers experiencing weakness, movement disorders, sensory symptoms and even blackouts.

FND Awareness Day is to raise public awareness of this condition, improve understanding and promote information on how to support those effected.

Click here for more information

17th April 2019

World Haemophilia Day

A day for raising Haemophilia awareness and other inherited bleeding disorders, this year’s campaign is concentrating on outreach and identification.

Click here for more information and how to get involved.

24th – 30th April 2019

European Immunisation Week

A week long campaign from the World Health Organisation to promote the important of vaccinating children against potentially fatal and life changing diseases.

This year’s slogan is Prevent. Protect. Immunize to spread the message.

Click here for more information and how to get involved.

25th April 2019

World Malaria Day 2019

Global Malaria day from the World Health Organisation to share information on the current situation look to the future for the fight against malaria, as well as a day to reflect on the progress that has been made.

Click here for more information

29th April – 3rd May 2019

Allergy awareness week

A week from Allergy UK, with this year’s awareness campaign concentrating on outdoor air quality and the link with allergies.

For more information, click here

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