Back Pain Help

Bad back? Does it sound a bit like me twanging an old violin? In which case this animation is for you! Beth Tweddle explains the best way to help relieve your back pain in this film for Cheshire & Merseyside Back Pain Help. The best person to help your back is YOU, and by following the Golden Rules for Back Pain you can be as pain-free and nimble as Tweddle (well, almost) in no time!

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Love Your Clothes

The WRAP charity has launched a campaign ‘Love Your Clothes’ which aims to reduce waste in the way people buy and dispose of clothing. Their research found that clothes buyers fell into 6 separate groups, from those who wear their clothes to death to those who just love shopping. They commissioned 7 animations through IE Design to profile each group and explain what this ‘segmentation’ is all about. Done in a big-picture style with plenty of cut-outs.

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Involving Carers in Care Plans

Winner of the 2017 NIHR Let’s Get Digital Award, this short animation explains how to involve carers in patient’s mental health care planning.  

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Outdoor Classroom Day

On May 18th 2017, thousands of schools around the globe celebrate outdoor learning and play. Here’s a short campaign animation featuring Tarzan, pigeons and some extreme hopscotching to persuade teachers to get outside & taking part..

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The Transition Journey

Most young people with epilepsy will face the move from children’s services to adult services at some point. It can be a leap in the dark, so the Walton Centre commissioned this animation to explain what it will be like.

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Zero Waste Carpets

Did you know most carpets are made from oil, used once, then buried or burned? Watch this animation to find out about a better way where recyclability and reuse are designed in right at the beginning, saving carpets from a fate in the landfill or the incinerator.

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Global Health Exchange

Wouldn’t it be great if there was a kind of NHS foreign exchange programme where NHS workers could gain international knowledge while contributing to global health at the same time?

Well actually, there is! It’s called the Global Health Exchange, and here’s Professor Ged Byrne telling us all about it.

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It’s Your Job To Ask

An animation to remind nurses and healthcare professionals that it is their job to speak to women who could be at risk from FGM, in order to offer support and direct them to specialist services.

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Acrylamide

Acrylamide is a carcinogenic chemical that has slipped through Food Safety legislation and found it’s way into bread, coffee, even baby food. Changing Markets commissioned this short campaign animation to highlight the shady dealings of food industry lobbyists, and promote the SumOfUs petition for tighter legislation on Acrylamide.

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’10Cs’ in Mental Health Care Planning

The National Institute for Health Research funded a research project to see how patients can be better involved in planning their mental health care. They came up with 10 Cs- here’s an animation to tell people what they are.

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