Campaigns

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

Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Information for West Australians

Banner: COVID:19

Keeping the WA community informed about public health messages during COVID-19.

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Urgent care
GP urgent care

Banner: GP Urgent Care

Not all urgencies are emergencies.


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Workplace safety
Stop the Violence

Stop the Violence

Everyone should expect to feel safe in their work environment.

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Immunisation
Influenza prevention

A man wearing headphones around his neck and carrying a back pack

Everyone is encouraged to get an influenza vaccine every year.

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Immunisation
Influenza vaccination

Group of primary school children

Free influenza vaccines for WA primary school aged-children.

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Sexual health
Get the facts

Laugh and learn

A series of videos to help teenagers learn about growing up, sexual health and staying safe in relationships.

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Sexual health
Unprotected sex...

Sexual health youth

Awareness of online STI testing and safe sex among young people.

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Sexual health
Look after your blood...

Never share needles

Awareness of the consequences of sharing needles and treatment options

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Sexual health
Stay safe you mob!

Stay safe you mob

Awareness of STIs and blood-borne viruses.

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Sexual Health
Syphilis in pregnacy

Raises awareness of syphilis in pregnancy and encourage STI testing.

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Immunisation
Adult measles vaccination

Female measles poster - Have you been fully vaccinated against measles?

Free measles vaccination available to people born after 1965.

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Mosquito prevention
Fight the Bite

Banner: Could I have it

Protect yourself against mosquito-borne diseases – cover up, repel and clean up to prevent infection.

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Last reviewed: 10-11-2019