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Out of curiousity – how does the Practice ‘know’ the Notice Boards don’t work? 🙂
I do know that studies have shown posters only have an effective life of about two weeks. After that people stop seeing them; they become background. With that in mind how often are posters in the surgery renewed?
And that there are great many tips out there on how to make an effective poster – staring with being clear on the outcome you want from people seeing the thing, through to designing the layout to help them get there. (Here’s a quick random example from Uncle Google: https://designshack.net/articles/inspiration/10-tips-for-perfect-poster-design/ )
Which begs the question – who in the practice has responsibility for communication with patients, and would he/she benefit from some training?