You don’t find many media companies with as much medical and healthcare sector experience as us. However, we judge ourselves by the projects we deliver for you and how well they meet your communications needs.
It all starts with understanding the message you need to convey. That’s why we use carefully crafted language, scripting and storyboarding, created with our dedicated medical team.
Please explore some examples of our work with organisations from across the sector:
Communications media, marketing, education and staff training for the NHS.
Marketing and brand development for medical equipment.
Communications and marketing for private health providers and the independent sector.
Oxford Clinical Psychology.
Educational and ‘outreach’ media for universities, medical publishers and charities.
McGraw Hill Connect Learning Platform.
Medical journal and conference videos aimed at specialist audiences.
Oxford Medicine Online.
Live video streaming and in-service training.
The Poo Nurses.
We produce what our clients need, matched to a workable budget, delivered through supportive project-management and archived safely for their future use.
We’re always here to discuss your needs, so please do get in touch.
James Tomalin and his team of camera people, editors, producers and motion graphics experts have worked extensively on educational material for Oxford University Press (Oxford Medicine Online and medical Journals), McGraw Hill (Medical plugins for Learn Smart), National Association of Primary Care, Cochrane Collaboration, and numerous projects for NHS.
Mike Tomlinson (Orlando Media) is an experienced film-maker with a background in science documentary production for the BBC and other broadcasters. For the past 15 years, he has been working with the NHS, developing ways to use new digital media to communicate with patients and healthcare professionals. Mike is also experienced in working with specialist medical subjects for medical journals and research organisations in the UK and Europe. Within the NHS, Mike has worked with national organisations such as NHS Improvement and NHS Elect, and over 35 acute hospital trusts, CCGs, regional CSUs and primary care providers.
Helen Saul is a medical and science journalist with a BA in Medical Sciences from Cambridge University. She has reported for radio (BBC Radio Four, BBC World Service) and television (Sky News, BBC), for magazines (New Scientist, Bella) and daily newspapers. She wrote an award-winning book on Phobias (Phobias: Fighting the Fear, published by HarperCollins). She worked originally with Mike Tomlinson on a story for BBC Newsnight and later, she and Mike produced the European Journal of Cancer’s monthly video report, EJC News Focus, interviewing opinion leaders in cancer research. More recently she produced audio podcast interviews for EJC.