M4RD Get Animated with new Promotional Video
Medics4RareDiseases are proud to present our new video promoting rare disease education – just in time for Rare Disease Day on February 28th 2019.
This little masterpiece is the product of many hours of work by M4RD and the wonderful people at emotive. And as you may be able to tell, we’re very proud of it.
One of our key goals for our 2018/2019 project was to create an animation to explain what M4RD is all about. It is really important that we spread our message as far as possible so that medical students and doctors all over the UK and the World know that they should #DareToThinkRare. We also want healthcare professionals, patients and advocates to know how they can work with us. Together we can help change the outlook for people with rare diseases by raising awareness of the challenges and impact of living with a rare disease.
We hope that our video will encourage more medical students and doctors to get involved in rare diseases. We’re so grateful to the team at emotive for working with us to create the animation we had always hoped for.
‘emotive are focused on engaging with all stakeholders in the care pathway who are helping those with rare diseases get treated with new and innovative treatments that can change their lives. Supporting Medics4RareDiseases in driving an attitude change amongst medical students and doctors in training who will be at the frontline of diagnosis and treatment is a key part of this effort. We are honoured to be working with them.’THINK EMOTIVE
However our journey isn’t over yet. M4RD and emotive continue to work together on another animation – ‘Rare Diseases 101’. So make sure you sign up to our mailing list so you get all the latest M4RD news.
We would like to give thanks to emotive for making the animation, the sponsors of the 2018/2019 project and to members of the Amicus Therapeutics team who used their expertise to helped us create a brief for this animation.
26th February 2019 @ 11:35 am
Thank you very much for the promotional video I have just watched.
I’m very positive about this, but I wanted to say that the music background was very distracting and prevented me hearing the words well – I am hard of hearing if that makes a difference, but I’d have much valued a version without music, or with the music a LOT quieter.
26th February 2019 @ 7:49 pm
Thank you for watching our video and for your feedback. We have now added subtitles which we hope will improve your viewing experience. Simply press the CC button at the bottom right-hand side of the video window.
The M4RD Team