Ella White

Increasing therapeutic opportunities through drug repurposing

Repurposing or repositioning drugs is the process of using a drug that is already in use for a disease it was not initially indicated for1. There are both benefits and challenges to repurposing drugs, but in general this strategy has proved useful and  has led to life-saving treatments. It has been estimated that almost 30%

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Diagnosed Not Defeated: an interview with Phyllisa Deroze

We were recently lucky enough to have a zoom call with Phyllisa Deroze, a prominent diabetes lifestyle blogger and global diabetes patient advocate. Using her blog ‘Diagnosed Not Defeated’, and website ‘Black Diabetic Info’, she tells her story and educates others about diabetes from a patient’s perspective and provides culturally competent information about diabetes in

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FINALISTS AT THE 2020 AND 2021 THE CREATIVE FLOOR HEALTHCARE AWARDS!

Could this be Get Animated Medical’s 20th award this year? We are excited to announce that we and our partners, Molnlycke and Wound Care Today, are finalists at the Creative Floor Healthcare Awards 2020 and 2021. Our educational animation for our multi-award winning Microworld platform has been shortlisted for an award in the Healthcare Professionals

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FINALISTS AT THE 2021 PM SOCIETY DIGITAL AWARDS!

We are pleased to announce that we and our partners Mölnlycke and Wound Care Today are finalists at the PM Digital Awards 2021. Our educational animation for our multi-award winning Microworld platform has been shortlisted for an award in the Digital – Animation category. 2021 marks the 12th year of the PM Society’s Digital Awards.

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VR education for safe chemotherapy drug delivery

According to Cancer Research UK, 28% of cancer patients receive chemotherapy treatment, which is around 102,760 people per year in the UK [1,2]. The most common type of chemotherapy is administration of the drugs directly into the patient’s vein (intravenous chemotherapy) and this is usually carried out in a hospital by a chemotherapy nurse [3,4].

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GETTING TO KNOW GAM. NEXT UP WE HAVE OUR DIRECTOR OF CLIENT SERVICES, GABRIELLA BROWN!

Tell us a bit about your life growing up and what you wanted to be when you were older? Growing up, my house was never quiet – a mixture of Italian and Maltese heritage meant that the house was always full of loud and enthusiastic conversation, cooking and craziness. I had a Catholic, Grammar school

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Dear Haemophilia: an interview with Cazandra Campos-MacDonald

We were recently lucky enough to speak to Cazandra Campos-MacDonald, who has two sons with severe haemophilia A and is a healthcare advocate with a passion for writing, public speaking, and ministry. She is a keynote speaker, and she gave an incredibly moving TED Talk on her experience of being a mother to sons with

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