Clinical Trials

Dissemination Animation to summarise the key findings from your research

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Dissemination Animation

A Dissemination Animation is a really effective way to improve your communication, summarising the key findings from your research in a highly engaging way.

It is also a really accessible way to deliver the information across different platforms. You can post the animation on websites and social platforms as well as use in presentations to tie in with the results being published.

As with the Participant Information Animation we can tailor the content to specific audiences, for example patients and professionals. Or in fact add multiple language voiceovers so it works in different countries. Plus we offer the illustrations from the animation as an Image Pack for you to use elsewhere in your dissemination communications i.e. print, web and social.

If you combine with a Participant Information Animation we can re-use content to reduce the cost of the Dissemination Animation. Our process is straight forward with an all inclusive cost.

Dissemination Animation Key Features

  • Accessible format

    Post on websites, watch on mobile devices as well as share across social for wide engagement

  • Image Pack

    Still images from the animation to use elsewhere in communications i.e. print, web and social

  • Targeted

    Tailor the animation to different audiences and hard to reach groups with different voiceover and visuals

  • All Inclusive price

    Simple pricing that covers everything including script writing, voiceover and sound effects

Dissemination Animation

WHiTE Four Study

This is a dissemination animation made for the WHiTE Four Study carried out by the NDORMS team at the University of Oxford. The WHiTE Four Study investigated different treatment options for hip fractures and is part of a wider set of studies we are also working on.

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Dissemination Animation

Healthy Start, Happy Start Study

This was a dissemination animation made for the Healthy Start, Happy Start Study which investigated whether using video-feedback was a useful tool to promote positive parenting. This study was carried out by a team from Imperial College London.

The animation will be an invaluable tool to help us to share the findings of the research in a clear accessible way and hopefully get the technique more widely used across the NHS.

Dr Christine O’Farrelly, Imperial College London

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