Shaw, Alan (2014) Should Social Marketing Campaigns be centralised or decentralised? In: Academy of Marketing Conference, 7-10th July 2014, Bournemouth University. (Unpublished)Metadata only available from this repository.
Social marketing is a process designed to improve the welfare of individuals and the society of which they are apart. Many developed countries use decentralisation policies for their social programmes but it is unclear if social marketing interventions should do the same.
This study will adopt a mix method approach, focusing specifically on diabetes health education courses provided by NHS England. It identified that a decentralised approach was currently used which caused confusion among participants because of the different branding.
The research will contribute to the theory and knowledge of social marketing and is likely to have a major impact on society as a whole: Diabetes UK identified that only 36% of diabetics have attended a course. Diabetes is classed as a long term chronic condition (LTCs), individuals living with an LTC account for 70% of the NHS’ budget. Those who attend health education courses are less likely to be a burden on the limited health resources, so solving the “uptake” problem could potential provide significant saving to the healthcare budget
|Item Type:||Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)|
|Subjects:||H Social Sciences > HF Commerce|
|Schools:||The Business School|
|Depositing User:||Sharon Beastall|
|Date Deposited:||27 Jan 2016 12:12|
|Last Modified:||27 Jan 2016 12:12|
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