2017 campaign material and resources

New Resources

STOP SORE THROATS

Core sore throat messages - now in Samoan, Tongan and Te Reo Māori as an easy reference.

Download artwork file – all languages
Download web version – all languages

Antibiotic Poster – with new antibiotics visual device – for primary care practices to strengthen the antibiotics message.
Antibiotic visual device 
On-hold message script – to help prompt parents to let the nurse know that their child has a sore throat when they call, so they can be prioritised.

Download file 

Antibiotic Poster 
Display by reception or waiting room. 

Options for print
Digitally print on heavier-weighted paper stock. Alternatively print on standard paper and laminate.

Print ready in A4, but can be scaled to A3 when being printed on an office printer.

 

 

Antibiotic visual device 

Designed for use in health settings this device has a dual role, to:

  • convey the importance of antibiotics in the prevention of rheumatic fever, ie. it is the only way to prevent the disease
     
  • help families understand that prescription of antibiotics is the standard and correct course of action when a high-risk child presents with a sore throat.

A visual device can achieve good cut through with our audiences. You can request the visual device file by emailing enquiries@hpa.org.nz

Message script
Voice over: (continues on from surgery’s standard greeting)

If your child has a sore throat, please tell the receptionist and your child may be seen sooner. Sore throats in children can lead to rheumatic fever and need to be treated as soon as possible.

Download file - All (English, Te Reo, Tongan and Samoan)

On-hold message
A script for an on-hold message has been provided. It can be added to your clinic’s on-hold message as a prompt for parents to let the nurse know that their child has a sore throat when they call, so they can be prioritised.

The message has been translated into Samoan, Tongan and Te Reo Māori. Language/s can follow the English message to support families coming to your clinic.