Peripheral Arterial Disease Community Action Toolkit

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Peripheral Arterial Disease Community Action Toolkit

Description

The Peripheral Arterial Disease (P.A.D.) Community Action Toolkit was developed to provide campaign partners with the instructions, tools, and resources necessary to implement community campaign activities in their local markets. This toolkit helps raise awareness of P.A.D. with consistent messages and materials. Organizations can customize messages and materials to address their specific needs.

This kit is organized into the following categories:

  • Campaign overview
    • “Stay in Circulation” campaign style guide
  • How to plan campaign events and activities
    • How you can get involved: “Stay in Circulation” local event ideas
    • Using a checklist to plan and host your events
    • How to work with partners
    • Delivering a PowerPoint presentation about P.A.D.
  • How to educate and work with the media
    • Identifying media outlets
    • How to conduct media outreach: Tips for working with the media
    • A campaign backgrounder
    • Sample media pitch letter and script
    • Customizable press materials
    • Pitching public service announcements (PSAs)
  • Campaign materials and resources (English/Spanish)
    • T-shirts
    • Banners
    • Stickers
    • Flyers
    • Posters
    • Floor decals
    • Note cards and envelopes
    • Fact sheets
    • Wallet cards
    • Radio PSAs
    • Educational video
    • Print PSAs
  • Logos and logo usage guidelines

Developer:

National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (U.S.)

Funding Sources:

National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (U.S.); National Institutes of Health

History

Release Date: 2006
Original Summary: November 2006
Last Updated: 04/11/08

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