What is campaign accreditation?

Campaign accreditation is designed to evaluate and endorse the health and education campaigns of organisations from large multinationals down to local organisations committed to improving the health of their local community.

Our campaign accreditation scheme involves a review of all aspects of your public health campaign, including the planned objectives and outcomes of the programme, the content, mode of delivery, evaluation and links to external standards.

The scheme also includes a full assessment of the educational material used in the campaign by a subject matter expert.

Can my campaign be accredited?

If you are an organisation such as an NHS Trust, a local charity or social enterprise that wants an external verification and an independent review, or a company who promotes good health as part of their business model, then campaign accreditation is your route to endorsement.

We have accredited a variety of major campaigns covering hygiene, health & wellbeing and behavioural change for a broad range of clients.

How does it work?

Our expert assessors will evaluate the effectiveness of your campaign, including the content, materials used, method of delivery and how well they meet your strategic objectives.

The scheme also includes a full assessment of the educational material used in the campaign by a subject matter expert.

What are the benefits?

Our clients value the rigorous, independent assessment we provide and our endorsement demonstrates to customers, staff and other stakeholders that these organisations deliver the very best practice in education and awareness that increases understanding and delivers real improvements to community health.

Other benefits include use of our accreditation logo on training and internal promotional materials, an accreditation certificate and a statement of our endorsement.

A selection of case studies provide more information on some of the recent accreditation projects RSPH has worked on.