Transforming Cancer Services
The Transforming Cancer Services in South East Wales Programme is being run by Velindre NHS Trust.
The Transforming Cancer Services in South East Wales Programme is being run by Velindre NHS Trust. The Trust provides tertiary cancer services for South East Wales. That means they give cancer treatments which aren’t provided by your GP or local hospital such as chemotherapy and radiotherapy. They also offer specialist cancer treatment to patients from all over Wales. Their oncologists and staff are amongst the most experienced and knowledgeable in the UK.
Cancer cases are expected to increase throughout the UK. The Velindre cancer care current building is just not big enough or good enough so they plan to build a new cancer centre in Cardiff, and work with the NHS throughout South East Wales to ensure they deliver care and treatment closer to their patients, wherever possible.
They needed a web site designed that could act as the service’s core communications method in order to raise awareness of the exciting new plans to improve cancer services, through engaging content. They liked the idea of using illustrations as a way of captivating audiences and hitting the message home so we created an illustative video to demonstate the need for Transforming Cancer Services.
Web Design Solution
A site that is easily manageable to enable the client to post the most recent developments about the new services. A platform full of engaging content that grabs audience’s attention to inform them of Transforming Cancer Services and why it is such an important development.
We worked closely with the client to bring the core messages and services to life through an illustrated video we produced that portrayed a variety of different stories about people’s lives and how they had been touched by Cancer. This alongside a totally user friendly site filled with useful information made for a comprehensive offering to help raise awareness of the Transforming Cancer Services initiative which in turn will help to save lives.