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Actors Required as Patients in Medical Promotional Video

Actors Required as Patients in Medical Promotional Video

Victoria, Australia

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Siverpod Productions is currently developing a short video project for iValidate, a program initiated by Barwon Health, designed to improve communication and understanding between doctors and their patients.
The project will result in a few short clips to be launched at the International Intensive Care Conference to be held in Melbourne later this year and is designed to raise awareness of the iValidate program and encourage other doctors to adopt this process.
We require a range of actors to play the roles of patients who will deliver a line about wanting their doctor to know and understand their wishes and concerns.

Audition / Rehearsal / Production dates

Filming will take place on Monday 3rd June

Job payment

Fixed price of $100


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Patients will stand in front of a large blackboard with a thought bubble icon where they will deliver a statement to the camera such as "I want my doctor to understand what's important to me." This video will be used within medical training to improve communication between doctors and patients. Actors required to represent different members of the public.

Anyone, aged 18 and over from Victoria, Australia

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Listing created: 14 May 2019
Applications closed: 29 May 2019
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