Finding skin cancer early could save your life

Free

Please note: This product will be available in early September.

This brochure provides a guide on what to look for and how to look when checking your skin for melanoma, a type of skin cancer. This can be used in a variety of situations and settings, such as being available in GP waiting rooms or nurses giving them to patients after a skin check. 

Bundled in packs of 50.

The sun can affect more than your family

Free

Please note: This poster will be available in early September.

This poster encourages getting skin checked by a GP or skin specialist if you are concerned about a spot, freckle or mole. This can be used in a variety of situations and settings, such as GP waiting rooms and workplace settings.

For flexibility these posters come with an A3 poster on one side of the sheet, and two A4 posters on the other. 

 

No one is too tough to check for skin cancer (Wallet Card)

Free

This wallet card provides a guide on what to look for and how to look for it when checking your skin for melanoma, a type of skin cancer. Designed for outdoor workers. 

Bundled in packs of 25.

Tough guys look after their skin and their family

Free

This poster encourages getting skin checked by a GP or skin specialist. Designed for outdoor workers, this poster promotes getting skin checks so that skin cancer can be found early.

For flexibility these posters come with an A2 poster on one side of the sheet, and one A3 plus two A4 posters on the other. 

Even through the clouds the sun can catch you

Free

This poster aims to bust the common myth that people can’t get damage from the sun on a cloudy or cooler day.  Designed for outdoor workers this poster promotes the message that even on cloudy or cooler days protection from ultraviolet radiation is required. For use in a variety of settings including workplaces.

For flexibility these posters come with an A2 poster on one side of the sheet, and one A3 plus two A4 posters on the other. 

Darker skin can’t sidestep the sun

Free

This poster promotes the message that everyone, regardless of skin type and colour needs to protect themselves from ultraviolet radiation Designed for outdoor workers this poster aims to bust the common myth that people don’t need to worry about skin cancer if they have darker skin. For use in a variety of settings including workplaces.

For flexibility these posters come with an A2 poster on one side of the sheet, and one A3 plus two A4 posters on the other. 

What’s your look? Don’t make it #dumbburn poster - Male

Free

For flexibility these posters come with an A2 poster on one side of the sheet, and one A3 plus two A4 posters on the other. So you can choose what size suits. Targeted to a young adult audience each poster highlights the potential #dumbburn consequences of too much UV exposure. 

There are three versions of these posters – one for workplace settings, and one each of male and female imagery for social and recreation settings

What’s your look? Don’t make it #dumbburn poster - Female

Free

For flexibility these posters come with an A2 poster on one side of the sheet, and one A3 plus two A4 posters on the other. So you can choose what size suits. Targeted to a young adult audience each poster highlights the potential #dumbburn consequences of too much UV exposure. 

There are three versions of these posters – one for workplace settings, and one each of male and female imagery for social and recreation settings

Working outside? Avoid #dumbburn poster

Free

For flexibility these posters come with an A2 poster on one side of the sheet, and one A3 plus two A4 posters on the other. So you can choose what size suits. Targeted to a young adult audience each poster highlights the potential #dumbburn consequences of too much UV exposure. 

There are three versions of these posters – one for workplace settings, and one each of male and female imagery for social and recreation settings

Checking for Melanoma A5 flyer (single-sided)

Free

The Checking for Melanoma flyer encourages patients to check their skin regularly and educates them on where to look and what to look for.

 They can be used to give to patients following a skin examination by their GP using the Melanoma Risk Predictor tool. Alternatively these can be given to patients in the waiting room or housed in a similar vicinity where patients can take home.

Be Sunsmart 2016 (A3 Poster)

Free

The Be SunSmart card and poster promote the five SunSmart steps to protect skin and eyes from UV radiation. 

They can be used in a variety of situations and settings – including nurses giving the card to their patients and displaying the poster in GP waiting rooms.

Electronic copies of this resource can be ordered on SunSmart.org.nz here

Be Sunsmart 2016 (DL card)

Free

The Be SunSmart card promotes the five SunSmart steps to protect skin and eyes from UV radiation. 

They can be used in a variety of situations and settings – including nurses giving the card to their patients and displaying the poster in GP waiting rooms.