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Socially responsible healthcare marketing

Changing the way people behave

Healthcare marketing companies, specialising in social marketing campaigns, are working with the NHS and other primary care health providers, to tackle behavioural issues, leading to positive health outcomes.

Social marketing aims to redress the balance of health inequalities. It gets alongside people, understands why they do what they do, how they live, why they live like that, and then attempts to positively influence their health habits.

A well thought out, conceived and delivered social marketing campaign can change lives, change behaviours and create wider social harmony.

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