Public Health England: Health Harms Campaign

Public Health England are running a ‘Health Harms’ campaign to encourage smokers to quit in 2019.

This national campaign will illustrate the harm caused by smoking, drive smokers to reconsider their habit, encourage them to search ‘Smokefree’ for help to quit, and increase understanding of the dangers of smoking.

The campaign includes lots of free tools and resources to help those trying to quit such as:

  • An online Personal Quit Plan with suggestions of support tailored to you.
  • Face-to-face support including expert help from local stop smoking services, along with advice and support from pharmacy teams and GPs.
  • Stop smoking aids including nicotine replacement therapies (such as patches, inhalers or lozenges), prescription tablets and e-cigarettes.
  • The Smokefree app with support at your fingertips.
  • Email support for tips and motivational pick-me-ups.
  • A Facebook Messenger bot for support, information and advice at any time of the day.
  • Loads of encouragement and support from thousands of people also trying to quit, via social media.

To find out more, click the link below.

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