Get Healthy Information and Coaching Service is a free, confidential telephone-based service that helps people make lifestyle changes. Mixed Mediums produced two videos with participants who had undertaken the Get Healthy service.
SALHN approached Mixed Mediums to produce a short promo video for their awards night, featuring the talented staff working within Flinders Medical Centre, Noarlunga Hospital and the Repatriation General Hospital.
Aboriginal Health is one of the six research strengths at UniSA's Sansom Institute for Health Research. Professor Alex Brown and Associate Professor Alwin Chong are partnering with Aboriginal stakeholders and community groups, to address issues such as high rates of chronic disease and their causes, and the over-representation of indigenous children in care.
The SA Mental Health Commission extended a invitation to local artists to create artwork to be featured on the South Australian Mental Health Strategic Plan 2017–2022. The selected artwork, created by the talented Tara Jade Dini Brown features a fitting metaphor for people with living with mental health - the Kintsukuroi woman.
SHINE SA promotes and celebrates the advantages of creating inclusive workplaces for people of all cultures, genders, and sexual orientations, which in-turn creates better workplace culture, and a more productive and efficient workforce.
The Beards approached Mixed Mediums to film their epic final show at the Governor Hindmarsh Hotel in October 2016. The Beards produced a signature beard-comb USB, which can be played on most devices including TVs, and is available for purchase from their website - thebeards.com.au
The Jamie Larcombe Centre is a new $15 million Veterans’ mental health precinct located at Glenside Health Service Campus, providing mental health and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) services to Veterans.
The Our Lives campaign aims to address HIV Stigma through the exploration of three HIV positive South Australians living fulfilling lives, and their personal experiences of HIV stigma and discrimination. The excerpt below features Greg's story, his personal experiences of being stigmatized and how his passion for gardening and friends have helped him.
DECD approached Mixed Mediums to produce a series of vignettes exploring how different sites employ various techniques and strategies in dealing with students who may have been exposed to trauma. Nine sites across metro and rural South Australia were showcased, and vignettes were screened at a conference and published online. The example below features staff and students from Elizabeth Grove Primary School.
Schools as community hubs is a vision for public schools, preschools and facilities to be more accessible and shared across communities.
Dennis used telerehabilitation to access the Driving Assessment Clinic from his local hospital in Mount Gambier, reducing the burden and stress of travelling to Adelaide for his appointments.
To promote the $32M investment into Modbury Hospital's purpose-built ambulatory Rehabilitation Centre, Mixed Mediums asked some of the Clinicians and Patients of Modbury Hospital what it means to them.
This short film series aims to reduce the stigma attached to mental illness amongst a diverse range of groups. The film series captures individuals in their own environments, to best portray the importance of acknowledging mental illness, and how best to deal.
Robotic Surgery is revolutionising patient outcomes at St. Andrew's Hospital & South Terrace Urology. A private virtual consultation video was also produced, with a pre & post surgical consultation for patients to understand the procedure & their resulting care.
As part of an information pack, Mixed Mediums was engaged to create a patient information DVD for those undergoing hip or knee joint arthroplasty. The following is an excerpt from the DVD given to patients prior to admission.
Graduates of Tabor have a well-respected reputation within their chosen fields, and as such Mixed Mediums were approached to visually represent the unique benefits of studying at Tabor Adelaide.
As part of the annual SA Health Awards, each of the 30 nominees have a short film produced about the positive impacts their initiative has on the health system. The films are screened at an awards night, as well as uploaded by SA Health. Mixed Mediums was also asked to stream the event live to the SA Health Facebook Page, with a significant number of views. The below video is an example of one of the 30 short films produced for the 2017 SA Health Awards.
Mixed Mediums was engaged to produce a series of videos for the UniSA Business School, featuring some of the key aspects of learning, outcomes, partners and scholars, featuring marketing science, Asian business, law and business growth.
Patient Centred care is the main focus of the Central Adelaide Local Health Network. Mixed Mediums was asked to produce a short film highlighting some of the stories of patients and their families who have received care through the Health Network.
Mixed Mediums produced a corporate video to promote Government Services Group, whom deliver valued services to citizens, the community and government in South Australia, through Service SA, eGovernment and Shared Services SA.
Safer drug prescribing, continuity of patient care and quicker and easier access to patient’s records are a few of the many benefits of EPAS. A series of videos was produced to explain the many benefits to the main stakeholders of EPAS.
The Tarpari Wellbeing Day aims to bring together the community of Port Pirie, the Mid-North and surrounding regions to start conversations about the importance of health, and the services available to the community.
Keeping people healthy and happy at Home is the key goal of Home Support Services. To better visually represent the services offered by HSS, Mixed Mediums was asked to produce a series of videos featuring their staff & patients.
The impacts of good Oral hygiene are paramount in maintaining good overall health. The known correlation between mental health medication and the negative side effects on oral health lead to a series of videos to promote better oral health care practices.
Spanning almost one million square kilometres, Country Health SA provides service to a population of more than 480,000 people, while retaining a sense of community. This promotional video tells some of their patient stories.
The Pharmaceutical research taking place at UniSA has lead to real-world outcomes in the delivery & efficacy of medication. Fostering the passion of innovation and partnering with industry has ensured UniSA is at the forefront of medical breakthroughs.
As part of the unique experiences that Jacob’s Creek offers, the Garden to Plate cooking challenge offers guests the opportunity to create gourmets meal amongst the outdoor kitchen of the historic Jacob’s Estate Cottages.
To position themselves as a great place to live & work, Mixed Mediums was engaged to produce English and Chinese videos promoting the lifestyle, and the investment & economic opportunities that exist in the City of Salisbury.
To launch the strategic framework and collaborate with staff, the Chief Nurse & Midwifery Officer sat down with Nurses and Midwives to discuss the Strategic Framework in a real-world sense, and how it can positively impact patient care.
As part of the Nursing & Midwifery Professional Practice Framework, Mixed Mediums produced a series of stories with a focus on ‘caring with kindness’. The effect nurses & midwives have on their patients at a time of vulnerability is something truly profound.
Since 2011, Mixed Mediums has produced the annual Miss Nude Australia event, held at the Crazy Horse, featuring performers from across Australia. The live production includes multiple camera angles, photography, full DVD authoring and special features.
Korvest Ltd approached Mixed Mediums to create a corporate animation, to be used for shareholder relations, viewers of their website and in-office visitors. The animation helps to promote and educate the public of their business units, products and services.
Government Services Group deliver valued services to citizens, the community and government in South Australia, through Service SA, eGovernment and Shared Services SA. Mixed Mediums was approached by Government Services Group to produce a customer feedback video, to congratulate staff on their work within Government Services Group, but also to function as an introduction for the general public.
As part of the Archaeology Massive Open Online Course, Mixed Mediums was approached by Flinders University to interview Archaeologists about their experiences working in the field, set within the historic Old Adelaide Gaol.
Responding to Abuse and Neglect Education and Care (RAN-EC) Training is mandatory for people who work with children on a regular basis. Staff are required to undertake a full day of training annually, which includes video content produced by Mixed Mediums.
To promote the new range of alloy wheels by CSA, a series of short videos were produced to feature across Social Media, conferencing presentations, web, & selling platforms, including eBay and in-store kiosks.
Mixed Mediums approached the Adelaide Central Market with an idea to create a web series to promote the iconic market and seasonal produce. Each episode featured a recipe produced by Chef Nick, with help from market identity Marco Marinelli.
ACH Group promote independence for their clients, and as such, ACH Group let their clients do the talking for them. Mixed Mediums produced two corporate videos to highlight the people, personalities and services within the ACH Group network.
A series of consumer stories were produced to explain why an Advance Care Directive is important to South Australian’s of all ages and backgrounds for a time when they are unable to make decisions for themselves.
Mixed Mediums was asked to capture the unique experiences available at the Jacob's Creek Visitor Centre, Jacob's Creek Cottages and Jacob's Estate. The fresh local produce, colourful wines and stunning surrounds were a pleasure to capture on film.
Mixed Mediums was asked to conceptualize and produce a promotional video highlighting the ‘stay & play’ conferencing facilities of the Novotel Barossa Valley Resort, and the stunning surroundings.