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Clear messaging can help improve health outcomes for patients. If you are looking for helpful social media resources please click one of the campaigns below to download free, useful messages to share with your patients on your website, social media sites or to print and display in house. If you have a question about any of the below resources please contact:

Campaign Contents

Choose Well Resources


  • A number of videos are available on NHS Somerset’s YouTube channel with seasonal messaging to help advise people on how to stay well and where to go if they are injured or unwell.
  • Click here to view our You Tube channel and share videos with you patients or choose from the selection below:

COVID-19 vaccinations and boosters

Help us Help you this summer


Posters for use online or for printing and using as you wish are shown below.

Social media resources

Scroll down for social media image cards for various campaigns, these can be used on Facebook or Twitter or your website:


Community Pharmacy (Think Pharmacy)

The resources below are related to the GP Community Pharmacy Consultation Service, with the current campaign ‘Think Pharmacy’ running across Somerset.

Posters to display in house

Social media resources

What to do when your child is ill


HANDi Paediatric app

The HANDI app offers simple and straightforward advice, for the following conditions in children:

  • diarrhoea and vomiting 
  • high temperature
  • ‘chesty baby’ illnesses, such as bronchiolitis, asthma and croup
  • ‘chesty child’ illnesses such as wheezing and asthma
  • abdominal pain
  • common newborn problems.

Download the HANDi App for Android phones at Google Play.

For iPhone or iPad you can download it from the app store or iTunes, using the search term ‘HANDi App’.

RSV and bronchiolitis

Cases of respiratory illness in children are higher than usual for this time of year. Some social media resources on RSV and bronchiolitis are below for your use and an information sheet to enable patients to assess symptoms is available here.

NHS 111 First

Social media resources