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Patient and medical practitioner education video production, medical research animation, health and safety and promotional videos, multimedia and e-learning, all made-to-order projects for the NHS, healthcare / medical providers and pharmaceutical companies. We produce training and educational material for nursing staff, paramedics, doctors and other medical practitioners.

Recent projects include:

Wound dressing CD-ROM: interactive presentation for medical reps to demonstrate the application of a wound dressing, with a High Definition video clip and multimedia technical content.

Living with HIV/AIDS: interactive DVD-ROM produced for a research NHS multimedia project project for a European consortium of healthcare authorities, led by an NHS Trust. Includes a number of video drama clips dealing with sexual and emotional relationships among minority communities and also among gay men, together with interactive exercises, research questionnaires and multimedia presentations. Produced in English, Spanish, French, Polish, Italian, Portuguese and Dutch.

Managing Violence and Aggression in the Workplace: violence e-learning

online  e-learning course for an NHS Trust in Scotland, an adaptation of an existing training manual. Includes versions with and without audio, frequent interactive exercises and a final randomised, scored quiz.


Ubiquitin Proteasome System: 3-D computer animation with voiceover narration to explain a bioscience research project run by the ITI Life Sciences division of Scottish Enterprise.

Hospital contractor safety induction: 12-minute video sequence tohospital contractor induction video be used as part of an interactive induction for contractors working on a major NHS Trust site in the west of England. Particular emphasis was put on the importance of not triggering the hospital’s extremely sensitive fire detection system and also on infection control and how to interact with patients and visitors.

Corporate Values: internal communications video for a European healthcare services group, recently merged from a number of successful companies in the UK, Ireland, Germany and Holland. The video consists of a patchwork of interviews, shot at sites in the UK and Holland, in which employees give their interpretation of the various company values.

Interactive Pain Diary: user training multimedia for patients using an interactive pain diary on smart phones.

DNA Databank Presentation: multimedia presentation to promote investment in a DNA databank in Saudi Arabia. Produced in both English and Arabic.
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Patient Confidentiality Issues

Most people are not bothered by a video camera. In fact they tend to be disappointed to find they are not going to be on tv. When we shoot video in a public place, there is a general assumption that, photography and videography are acceptable. Obviously we do shoot close-ups without asking and we will not use shots of people who ask not to be included. In shops and commercial premises we suggest that the client puts up signs to the effect that “We are shooting a training video here today. If you do not want to appear in any shots, please advise the video crew.”

With hospitals and other healthcare premises, patient confidentiality is an issue. We can take shots where patients and visitors are not recognizable – shots from the back, very distant shots, shots out of focus, shots from the waist down or even shots with faces blurred out. Where this is not practical, people are often happy to sign a release form. We can hire supporting artists (or “extras”). In other situations, if you want to show a busy clinic or hospital reception area, we suggest the client calls for volunteers from their Friends association.

Contact Adrian Tayler at Enlightenment Interactive and we will be very happy to put together some ideas and costings for your video, multimedia or e-learning project.

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