About our partners
Barts Health NHS Trust runs St Bartholomew’s Hospital, an internationally renowned teaching hospital in the City of London. Global Action Plan is an independent charity, committed to engaging people in finding practical solutions to environmental and social problems. They came together on this project to tackle air pollution in East London.
Want to protect yourself and others from air pollution? This film shows how Bart’s Health NHS Trust and GAP tackled the problem of air pollution in East London. It outlines simple ways of avoiding and reducing air pollution without totally changing your life. It also shows how institutions and companies that rely on transport can make a big impact on air quality through simple initiatives such as encouraging their drivers not to leave their vehicles idling.
We worked with Pfizer to create a series of illustrations presenting various aspects of the digital health story, primed for print and online usage.
Working with Hill Holiday and Janssen Pharmaceuticals we had to bring the serious and detailed subjects of CAD and PAD to life through whiteboard animation.
E-Therapeutics are an Oxford, UK-based company with a unique and powerful computer-based drug discovery platform and a specialised approach to network biology. They wanted us to make them a video that describes how their network-driven drug discovery ("NDD") methodology allows them to discover new and better drugs in a more efficient and effective way.
American based health platform InTouch Health asked us to create an explainer video to show medical professionals the power of Enterprise 2.0, and the way it can bring them closer to their patients.
Find out how Barts Health NHS Trust lowers their impact on the environment and delivers better patient care through Sustainability.
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Want to protect yourself and others from air pollution?
Because much of the Red Cross/Red Crescent Movement’s work is in war zones and areas of extreme danger, it is vital that their staff and volunteers are aware of how to stay safe.