We have produced a number of digital materials to help you spread your campaign messages on your local internal and external website.
This is an excellent tool from Northumberland, Tyne and Wear NHS Foundation Trust, can be used on your intranet sites and even in email signatures, newsletters and other communications. This will provide you with an opportunity to keep flu at the forefront of everyone's minds by publicising how well your trust is doing. The Photoshop file can be modified to show uptake from your own trust as regularly as you like, so you can provide an easy to read visual to staff and board members.
To use the Jab-o-meter, just download the Photoshop file below and then follow our step by step guide on how to alter the fluid level and text. We recommend that you contact your communications team for any additional support when using or modifying this Photoshop this file.
Please note: When using the Jab-o-meter can please use the following text so Northumberland Tyne and Wear NHS Foundation Trust can be credited with the design for the visual.
'The Jab-o-meter design is the intellectual property of Northumberland Tyne and Wear NHS Foundation Trust and has been reproduced with their permission.'
Jab-o-meter photoshop file
Jab-o-meter instructions to alter text and fluid level
These colourful web banners and buttons can be downloaded and added to your website. Download banners for your website, intranet and e-newsletters. To use the banners right click on your chosen image and select 'save picture as' or 'save target as'. Save the file locally and upload to your chosen location. Link the banner to either www.nhsemployers.org/flu
Right click and 'save picture as'.
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Colourful and eye catching static screensaver for you to use locally.
Motion screen saver
A fun, animated screensaver to remind people about the need to get their jab.
This QR code allows the user to navigate directly to a number of websites. You can add these to local documents and direct staff to our campaign channels and clinical evidence that supports flu vaccination. All the user needs is an app on their smart phone which allows them to scan QR codes. To use these, right click and 'save target as'.
Flu fighter website QR code
Flu fighter twitter QR code
Flu fighter Facebook QR code
Flu fighter clinical evidence QR code
Our twitter and Facebook presence can help you encourage staff to join in the fight against flu on social networks. We encourage staff and communications teams using twitter to follow @NHSflufighter
and join in the #flufighter
You can retweet our campaign messages, facts about flu and links to videos and camapign posters. We encourage you to share news about your uptake figures and any clinics or flu awareness events that you are hosting locally - we always welcome photos too!
For the last two years we have worked in partnership with #WeNurses
to hold an online twitter chat with health professionals about seasonal influenza vaccination. A transcript of our latest chat is available to view online