Nucleus Medical Media, a life science client of Responsive Translation, recently won a 2015 Silver Telly Award for one of their patient communication videos.
Each year the Telly Awards celebrate the best productions, commercials and programs in TV, video and film from around the world. This year, one example of Nucleus Medical Media’s fine work was recognized with the Silver designation.
In the short video, titled “Custom Animated Patient Education: Mitral Valve Prolapse,” the cardiologist Dr. Randolph Martin talks about how the mitral valve in the heart works, what mitral valve regurgitation is and how it can be repaired during corrective surgery.
Rule number one for patient information is clarity, no matter what the language. While the topic is definitely a serious one, the video keeps viewers engaged. The doctor simply but expertly explains the topic at the same time that medical animation is used to illustrate the concepts. The video addresses mitral valve prolapse easily and factually, allowing patients to get a good sense of what it is all about and what they might expect.
This particular video hasn’t been translated yet, but we are proud to translate for clients like Nucleus focusing on making communication clear. When we translate for Nucleus Medical Media, we help them achieve their vision and make sure that viewers in other languages have the same experience as English speakers do when viewing their content.
Nucleus Medical Media brings medicine to life with their medical animations and multimedia for a variety of markets. They created the video “Custom Animated Patient Education: Mitral Valve Prolapse” in conjunction with ShareWIK Media Group. Last year it received an Award of Merit from the Association of Medical Illustrators Salon before going on to win the Silver Telly Award this year.
If you would like to watch the video, you can see it here.