The Department of Health manages social marketing campaigns across a range of important health issues.

Campaigns can range from large scale public awareness efforts which might be seen on television, radio, outdoor and web advertising, with extensive public relation activities across multiple media channels, to niche campaigns that target very specific audiences.

Influenza immunisation

Time to get immunised for influenza -- Book your appointment now

Encourages Western Australians to book an appointment so they can be immunised for influenza.

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Respiratory syncytial virus (RSV)
immunisation campaign

Protect your little one from RSV

Raises awareness among parents of eligible WA babies about RSV immunisation.

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Alternatives to emergency

Is the ED where I need to be

This campaign aims to promote alternative health care options for minor injuries and illnesses.

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Manage My Care app
communications toolkit

Manage My Care app

The Manage My Care app tracks outpatient appointments and referrals.

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New national food safety standards
for food businesses

New national standards for food businesses from 8 December 2023

Stakeholder toolkit to promote the new national food safety standards to food businesses.

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immunisation program campaign

Free immunisations for children in year 7 and year 10 to protect against serious infectious diseases.

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'Healthysexual' sexual health
awareness campaign
Get an STI blood test

Syphilis cases are increasing in WA. It often has no symptoms and can be serious.

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Japanese encephalitis
virus awareness
stakeholder toolkit

Banner tile: Japanese encephalitis virus awareness campaign: Stakeholder toolkit

Raising awareness of the increased risk of JEV, the vaccine, and ways to avoid infection.

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Last reviewed: 09-01-2024