The business behind the PocketMedic library is called eHealth Digital Media. Our team specialises in creating film content that drives behavioural change. We have published papers that show that people change what they do as a result of what they see in our films.
We have a team of broadcast standard professionals working hard to develop fresh ways of working. We collaborate with health and social care professionals who are passionate about using film and digital media to communicate their expertise. We particularly enjoy developing ideas, evaluating them and publishing findings with our academic colleagues in universities across Wales.
DR CARL BROOKES
Dr Carl Brookes is a consultant cardiologist and physician at Basingstoke and North Hampshire Hospital. He is Divisional Medical Director for Medical Services at Hampshire Hospitals NHS FT. Dr Brookes is instrumental in aligning primary and secondary care services within the acute setting and speaks at the APPG on Emergency Services. He is also helping to shape the way we manage End of Life Care in this country at the highest level.
Kimberley Littlemore is an award-winning former BBC filmmaker. At the BBC Kimberley oversaw the creation of documentary content on international development issues to raise funds for the developing world via the British charity Comic Relief. One of these fundraising films raised £5 million in 5 minutes – possibly the most successful fundraiser ever broadcast in the UK. As Creative Director of eHealth Digital Media, Kimberley is responsible for producing high quality film content, working with award-winning crews and graphic animators. Her strong academic abilities (MA, Oxford University, Dip Journ) allow her to combine visual flair with an ability to master and communicate complex theoretical content. Her ambition is to make high quality, easily accessible health information in a range of languages to support people across our communities.