In association with the extensive work carried out for the NHS new technology programme, Infonation has just produced a new video featuring the work of some of the UK’s leading industrial designers. The Design Bugs Out programme is intended to bring innovative product design to bear on many of the familiar items of furniture which are found on hospital wards. The designers were specifically tasked with designing out aspects of the products which might harbour bugs and create infection risks to patients.
Infonation have just completed a video supporting a new infection control campaign in London’s University College Hospital. The video which is designed to tie in with a staff and visitor education programme, is being made available to the general public via the video website You Tube.
Protected Mealtimes, the Infonation produced video has now been made available by the NHS of the video website You Tube. The video, presented by Dr. Phil Hammond has been a key training resource since it was produced in 2003 and has gone through multiple reprints. The posting on You Tube is intended to make it widely accessible to staff across the NHS.
Infonation have just completed a five month long project for the NHS HCAI Technology Innovation Programme. The programme which focuses on the role that new technologies can play in fighting hospital acquired infection, requited an extensive filming schedule. The resulting series of eight videos are being made available to NHS staff through a dedicated website. Infonation was also engaged to produce a series of additional videos for the HCAI Awards ceremony, held at Chelsea football stadium. The project, which reflects our long established association with the NHS,also involved graphic design and web delivery.