Sexual Health: STI screening

Sexual Health: STI screening

Increasing uptake of Chlamydia screening amongst young people through a targeted behaviour change intervention. Target Audience Under 25-year-old males and females within the borders of Derby City and Derbyshire County. Approach Conducted insight to develop and refine...
Friends don’t give friends Chlamydia!

Friends don’t give friends Chlamydia!

Building on the success of the Considered_ fancyaquickie.org.uk and get-on-top.co.uk young person’s sexual health projects in the UK, sister company Considered_ have been working with Ontario Public Health and Rain 43 to develop a new approach to increasing Chlamydia...
Cannes Lion for Social Farter

Cannes Lion for Social Farter

Hailed by CNN as what might be “the best public service announcement ever…”, and recognised with a Cannes Bronze Integrated Lion at the 60th annual Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity, the Social Farter project used behaviour change insight and planning...
Lancashire County Council: Road safety

Lancashire County Council: Road safety

How do we reduce childhood road traffic casualties by engaging parents as stakeholders in the issue? Although significant improvements have been made to reduce child road casualties across the UK, rates in Lancashire remain relatively high in comparison. In response...
Department of Health: Health and Wellbeing

Department of Health: Health and Wellbeing

How do we make the Change4Life campaign work for us at the local level? Change4Life is a wide-ranging preventive health programme designed to empower individuals and families to change their behaviours in relation to diet and fitness. The programme focuses on tackling...
Tower Hamlets Council: Child poverty

Tower Hamlets Council: Child poverty

How do we make sure that services respond to the needs of vulnerable groups? 4 million children are currently living in poverty in the UK, and as public sector funding cuts start to bite, this problem is predicted to intensify. Although the financial implications...