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NHS Health Informatics

Data Security Campaign

NHS Health Informatics

Data Security Campaign

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Communications – Sussex Health Informatics


This award winning campaign* was aimed to raise security awareness amongst all levels of NHS staff.

The campaign’s intention was to start the process of changing behaviour, to portray data security in the same way recycling has become visceral to people’s conscience. It needed to become a reminder, a signposting device. The campaign was unbranded to allow them to be personalised for each trust at a later stage.

Our concept focused on taking data security ‘personally’. It is a personal responsibility for all staff. We took a light hearted approach that was engaging, memorable and eye catching in a busy information environment. Personal items were used to show the sensitivity of patient/staff information and how it should be treated. The strapline ‘Take Care with What You Share’ was created to support the visual.

It is often difficult reaching doctors, nurses and office staff as well as clinical department based staff so we needed to be flexible and appropriate in our choice of mediums to maximise the message and subject.

*Awarded Best Internal Communications Runner up at the Association of Healthcare Communications and Marketing Awards 2009.