A brochure designed by graphic and brand design agency, Piers and Dominic, for South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust (SLaM) has been commended at the British Medical Association’s (BMA) 2011 Patient Information Awards.
In the words of the BMA the “Awards aim to encourage the production and dissemination of accessible, well-designed and clinically balanced patient information.”
Established in 1997, the Awards aim to encourage the production and dissemination of accessible, well-designed and clinically balanced patient information. We accept entries in the form of leaflets, websites and other digital and online resources.
"We are very proud our work received this acknowledgement for graphic design and communication effectiveness and congratulate the team in SLaM’s clinical marketing department – headed by Emma Sutton." said Dominic
Established in 1997, the BMA Patient Information Awards encourages accessible, well-designed and clinically-balanced patient information. The awards take a broad view of published materials, accepting entries in the form of leaflets, DVDs and films, digital and online resources, and other media formats. BMA Librarian Jackie Berry described 2011 as ‘another bumper year’, with over 700 entries for the Book Awards and more than 200 for the Patient Information Awards.
The overall winner of the BMA Patient Information Resource of the Year Award 2011 went to ‘Diabetes, Day to Day’, a workbook and DVD package that helps people with diabetes learn simple steps to manage their long-term condition. It was produced by Resonant Media.