We broadcast exclusive documentaries featuring educational content of benefit to all NHS employees including GPs, Clinicians, Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs), Hospital Directors, Chief Executives, Department Heads and Specialists.
The documentaries have been written to include leading healthcare and public sector opinion leaders and key corporate players (products and services suppliers to the health and public sectors) to offer advice and guide on practical day to day operations.
Sample Case Study: Smith & Nephew (5min)
The Case Study is included as editorial in the 30-minute documentary ‘The Orthopaedic Revolution’. This is not an advertisement as the content is educational and informative about a new procedure being used in Orthopaedics. The content is written, filmed and edited in a documentary style which seamlessly slots into the main documentary but can also be used on its own by Smith & Nephew (ie. Conferences, Meetings, Websites etc).
You can view the Case Study (5 minutes) below:
Sample Documentary: The Orthopaedic Revolution (30min)
An in-depth look at the next generation of Orthopaedic technologies enabling patients to live longer and enjoy more active lives.
Target Audience: GPs, Orthopaedic professionals and related departments in the NHS and wider healthcare sector.
You can view the Documentary (30 minutes) below:
Your fully edited film (and rushes) are yours to keep!
After a film is broadcast (on Sky, BBC/ITV Freesat), documentary contributors receive their individual Case Study (normally 5 to 8 minutes) in the following formats to use without licence:
2 DVD Masters (you can make copies directly from these)
1 Multimedia Master with various formats:
- a) WMV for Windows media player
- b) MPG for MP4 players / iPods
- c) FLV for online streaming (ie. YouTube)
- d) MOV for QuickTime players (used by Mac users)
- e) 3GP for mobile phones
Contributors also receive all rushes (footage taken during the shoot which you can use to make more films) used to produce their Case Study.
In addition, Documentaries and individual Case Studies are available to view on-demand (at any time) via this website.
We promote all documentaries to all relevant hospital workers, NHS management, medics, specialists, CEO’s, board of directors, chief executives, chairs and all equivalent executives and managers throughout the UK. Documentaries will be available to view on-demand (24 hours a day, 7 days a week) via this website and will be aired on Sky Channel 212 and BBC/ITV Freesat 401.