The more complex the data, the easier it can be for a message to get lost in translation. Our award-winning writers, editors, and designers consider this when producing public health messages on issues ranging from the genetics of drug abuse and addiction to the global impact of HIV/AIDS. The multimedia products we create can make your vision come alive on paper and on screen. Whether a brochure or a video, we help ensure messages are clear, concise, and comprehensive.
- Award-winning media: Our communication services staff includes writers and designers whose work has won National Institutes of Health. Plain Language awards, the Gold Hermes Creative Award from the Association of Marketing and Communications Professionals, and a 2012 Telly Award for the Top Health Issues for LGBT Populations Information & Resource Kit and Voices of Prevention Video Series, prepared for the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) 8th Annual Prevention Day.
- Subject matter expertise: Senior science writers and editors offer our clients the rare combination of advanced research degrees and the ability to make complex information—in the areas of health services, epidemiology, prevention, treatment, medical consequences, and health disparities—accessible to a wide range of audiences.
- Branding: Our graphic designers recreated the brand for the National Institute on Drug Abuse/SAMHSA Blending Initiative and its corresponding print and Web-based products, which include the Buprenorphine Suite of Blending Products DVD Package, HIV Rapid Testing DVD Package, and fact sheets for various audiences, including multidisciplinary addiction professionals and young adults.