Previous work

healthtalk.org (2001 -)

healthtalk.org is the product of a 17 year collaboration with the University of Oxford. It contains 8K pages, 25K videos and attracts almost 6 million visits per year. We manage the site, edit video content and oversaw a redevelopment of the site on drupal.

Dipex International (2012 -)

DIPEx International (DI) is an association of research groups and nonprofits around the world who are working on healthtalk.org-inspired projects in their respective countries. We developed and run the DI website.

DETERMIND (2019 -)

DETERMIND is a 5-year dementia study funded by the Economic and Social Research Council comprising of researchers from 7 UK institutions.  It will examine costs, barriers, inequalities, planning and decision-making around dementia care and suggest ways to improve outcomes for people with dementia and their carers.We developed a website for the project and will support public dissemination of the study’s outputs.

INQUIRE (2016-2019)

INQUIRE was an Oxford University research project on improving NHS quality using internet ratings and experiences. We developed and managed the main website for the study.

Short film: Premature birth in Kenya (2018)

With the University of Oxford we developed a training film featuring interviews with Kenyan mothers whose babies were born early. We edited the interview clips together with footage of Nairobi and sourced the background music.

IPEx (2012-16)

Internet Patient Experiences (IPEx) was an NIHR-funded study which aimed to investiagte how patient experiences can function as health information. We worked in partnership with 7 universities to build 6 test websites and the main site for the project.

Short film: Intensive care service improvement (2015)

We produced a short staff training film for the SILENCE study, a project funded by the NIHR Research for Patient Benefit that investigated noise-reducation in Intensive Care Units (ICU). The film included interviews with people who had previously been patients in ICU and formed part of a programme of Accelerated Evidence-based Co-design (AEBCD). A reduction in noise was recorded following staff training with the film.

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