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PHR - 13/163/17

Mass media for public health messages

Project title: Mass media for public health messages

Call to action: 13/163 13/163 Mass Media for Public Health Messages

Research type: Evidence Synthesis

Chief investigator: Professor Linda BauldORCID logo

Lead Author: Ms Martine SteadORCID logo

Contractor: University of Stirling

Cost: £201,023.52

Co-investigators: Associate Professor Tessa LangleyORCID logo, Ms Martine SteadORCID logo, Professor James ThomasORCID logo, Professor Sarah LewisORCID logo, Professor Shona HiltonORCID logo, Professor Srinivasa KatikireddiORCID logo.

Started: October 2015 | Status: Published May 2019

This study suggested that the evidence is mixed, but mass media campaigns can reduce sedentary behaviour, improve sexual health and contribute to smoking cessation and it identified features to increase campaigns' effectiveness.

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