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We recently produced a high-fidelity remote traffic accident simulation for the WA Department of Health’s Trauma Education Committee. The simulation followed a GP coming across a two-car collision on a remote country road. We followed the GPs care of a multi-trauma patient in real time from road side to hospital transfer to collection by the Royal Flying Doctors Service and get advice along the way from relevant specialists and emergency personnel.
In order to create this simulation, media@work negotiated the involvement and coordinated the input from all the relevant emergency response agencies and other organisations, including WA Police, St John’s Ambulance, the Department of Fire and Emergency Services, the Department of Parks and Wildlife, and the Royal Flying Doctors Service.
We met with representatives from all these organisations as well as trauma and emergency medicine specialists to develop the scenario, we organised for relevant personnel and equipment to be provided, and we sourced all locations. We provided all cast, crew and facilities for filming and all post production services.
This resource will be used to upskill rural health practitioners to be better prepared for responding to serious trauma in remote areas of WA.
Media@Work and the Rural Health Education
Foundation traveled up to Broome to film the documentary Breathe Strong:
Tackling Smoking in Indigenous Communities. The program features Mary G, Queen
of the Kimberley, who shows us what different communities are doing to “break
the chain” of smoking.
We arrived in Broome with a full production kit to record interviews with health workers, conversations with the community and program links with Mary G. Using segments provided to us from across the country, we completed the post production for the half hour program which aired on the National Indigenous TV Network.
The program is being used to give health professionals information and education on culturally appropriate strategies that patients can use to cut down or quit smoking.
When alternate rock band Fools of April needed a music video for their new single, they challenged us to create some visuals that could keep up with the energy of their highly charged sound.
On a tight budget we were able to secure a studio and film other elements that came together to not only match the song’s energy but convey the sense of freedom and excitement that music can inspire.
On the strength of the music video the song was selected for high rotation at the Western Australian Music Industry 2012 Music Film Showcase.
Media@Work has been producing the Rural Doctors Broadcast for Rural Health West since 2007. The monthly broadcast is available to health professionals working in rural and remote Western Australia.
Each one hour program is made up of a core discussion between doctors and specialists that focuses on a particular area of medicine as well as a number of segments that highlight particular issues, programs or new technologies in that area of medicine.
Media@Work handles all production and post-production and provides the completed program for broadcast on the Western Australian government’s WestLink satellite network, DVDs for distribution, and video and audio podcasts for the Rural Health West website.
WAAPA Graduating Actor Showreels
Each year, the graduating acting and musical theatre students at WAAPA film a showreel that can be provided to casting agents, producers and directors as a screen test for film and television work. Media@Work was contracted to produce these scenes.
We sourced locations, provided all crew and production equipment, filmed each scene as a stand-alone drama shoot, and provided all post production.
Avon Football Association Grand Finals
They take their footy seriously in the wheat belt and for the last 4 seasons we've sent a crew out to film the Avon Football Association’s League Grand Final.
We use a very simple and cost effective 4 camera + 2 crew set up to cover all the action from the game. We also source the live commentary from the local radio station to use in the production of a broadcast quality recording of the match.
The resulting video files and DVD are used as a record of the game for the players as well as providing a valuable coaching tool for the clubs involved.
ECU Health Simulations
We recently produced 18 high fidelity simulation training packages for Edith Cowan University’s Interprofessional Ambulatory Care Unit.
We used duel fly-cam systems to create a highly realistic documentary style experience. The simulations used some of Perth’s best actors to create the scenarios and media@work provided a full production crew, multiple cameras, staging and set design as well as full post production services.
These resources are used to provide highly realistic training experiences for health professionals in Australia and around the world.
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