We work with The NHS and Healthcare providers to promote and explain what you do.

We have made over 100 films for the NHS, including: West of England Academic Health Science Network, National Institute for Health Research, Clinical Research Network, CLARHC, University Hospitals Bristol, Royal United Hospitals Bath, Oxford Biomedical Research Centre, Avon & Wiltshire Mental Health Partnership NHS Trust.

WHY VIDEO FOR THE HEALTH SECTOR?

Improving health relies on access to the best information about health, and video is perfectly placed for giving that access. Patients, clinicians and nurses increasingly turn to video for learning about new health practises. Self help and self management is the future of medicine in the UK, and video is the most engaging way to access and retain information about health.

Video can transform how people learn about health, and needs to be co-created by professional healthcare providers and health communicators so the information is reliable, and accurate.


 

PReCePT: PREVENTING CEREBRAL PALSY IN PRETERM BABIES.

The PReCePT project helps to prevent Cerebral Palsy in preterm babies. Developed in Bristol, the project has spread to every maternity unit in England - a first for the NHS. We were commissioned to make a video about the project which helped with adoption and spread of the treatment.

The video helped win the support of Simon Stevens, Chief Executive of NHS England, who promised £1 Million to support PReCePT.

 

SOMEONE TO TALK TO

Asylum Seekers in Bristol can find it difficult to get mental health treatment. We were commissioned by the NHS to make a film explaining what services are available to Asylum Seekers in Bristol, translated into seven languages.

The film hears the stories and testimony of people whose lives have been transformed by mental health services in Bristol, and reaches out to the next generation of Asylum Seeking services users.

 

JOINING DEMENTIA RESEARCH

The Dementia Health Integration Team in Bristol wanted to raise awareness of dementia research in the South-west and engage more people to take part in dementia research.

Dementia HIT commissioned a film to be shown in GP surgeries and online to let people know what taking part in Dementia research involves and how to find out more.

 

YP Face IT

An online intervention to help young people with appearance related anxiety. This eight week course was designed by UWE’s Centre for Appearance Research (CAR).

We produced a video to let GPs know they can prescribe YP Face IT to young people. The video was correlated with young people who had finished the course.

 

SEPSIS CLINICAL AUDIT SUMMARY

The National Confidential Enquiry into Patient Outcome and Death (NCEPOD) published their clinical audit of Sepsis care in the UK.

We produced a video summary of the findings of the report intended to reach a much wider audience than the written report, including: Chief executives of NHS Trusts, members of the public and patient groups.


KINDS OF HEALTH FILMS:

  • PPI - PATIENT & PUBLIC INVOLVEMENT

  • SELF-MANAGEMENT ADVICE

  • TRAINING FOR SERVICE PROVIDERS

  • PROJECT SUMMARIES

  • HELPING SPREAD INNOVATION

  • RECRUITMENT VIDEOS

  • PATIENT EXPERIENCE VIDEOS

  • CLINICAL AUDIT REPORT SUMMARIES


Four years ago, we made a film about the PReCePT project, and this film has been absolutely key in communicating key aspects of the project to both the public and also funders and researchers and clinicians.

What this film achieved for us is that it actually won hearts. When you’re producing evidence in the form of papers in journals and posters, what doesn’t come across is the emotions and the patients. It was absolutely key in helping us fund PReCePT going forward at a national level.
— Dr. Karen Luyt, Consultant in Neonatal Medicine, University Hospitals Bristol