New guide to producing information for children and young people

A new guide published by the Patient Information Forum today, aims to help anyone who communicates with children and young people about their health, improve what they do.

The Guide to Producing Health Information for Children and Young People sets a new standard and shares practical advice as well as examples of current best practice in the field.

Experts from child psychiatry, leading children’s health charities, Resonant Media and NHS England have all contributed to the guide. The guide showcases Resonant’s work getting 7-11 year olds more physically active in Newham.

Get your free summary here

18 July 2014


Insight to inform alcohol-harm reduction initiatives for at-risk groups in Ealing

Ealing Council has commissioned Resonant to provide insight into two key groups at risk of alcohol harm: binge drinkers and home drinkers (largely middle-aged or older). Having identified the attitudes, key motivations and barriers, Resonant will provide targeted social marketing interventions to help change the behaviour of both groups.

4 July 2014


Changing drinking behaviours in Lambeth and Southwark 

Resonant has been commissioned to identify social marketing interventions to change the behaviour of ‘at risk’ and ‘dependent’ drinkers in two south London boroughs. 

With an estimated 100,000 people drinking at risky and dependent levels, Lambeth and Southwark Councils are looking to gain insight into attitudes, motivations and barriers of particular population segments. And then tailor interventions to their needs.

20 March 2014 




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