NHS 'teens' by Leo Burnett

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Leo Burnett has launched their first campaign for NHS Teenlifecheck since winning the account in March.

The campaign aims to raise awareness of the new online health service available to teens from the NHS.

An online interactive questionnaire for 12-15 year-olds offers a check on all issues facing young adults, from bullying to nutrition to physical and sexual health. The site offers detailed advice on how teens can set themselves goals to improve their lifestyles.

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Released: 08 June 2009

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Credits

Project name
TeenLifeCheck Launch

Client
Alwena Hall, Department of Health

Creative director
Tony Durston

Creatives
Mark Franklin & Rob Tenconi

Illustrators
Lance Crozier & Monty Verdi

Photographer
Robert Wilson

Retouching agency
Tigga

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