Public Health England and Antibiotic Guardian worked with us for the second time this year on a conference event video for the third National Students’ Antimicrobial Resistance Conference (NSAMRC). The event took place at Aston University as part of World Antibiotic Awareness Week and featured students from across the UK in attendance.
The conference event video was filmed to capture the activities throughout the day including the speakers and the breakout groups. Chaired by Dr Diane Ashiru-Oredope of Public Health England and Rabia Ahmed of Aston University, the conference featured news, information and workshops in the antimicrobial research world.
This was our second job with Public Health England after we filmed the Antibiotic Guardian Awards in Solihull in the summer. After working with the public body we were delighted to work again with Public Health England on another of the prestigious and high profile events in the antibiotic, medical sphere.
Speaking after our production team had filmed the conference event video, CMA Video director Adam Snelleksz said:
“We are always delighted when clients come back to us for more video projects. After working with Public Health England on the Antibiotic Guardian Awards it’s great to be working on their conference event video for the latest event here in Birmingham. We have worked on a lot of medical industry videos in 2019 so it’s great to be back filming on a subject that we are becoming more and more familiar with.”
Producing a conference event video like this is part of our event filming production team’s specialisms with our team travelling across the UK to film conferences, events and exhibitions for a variety of different companies. To find out more about our event filming service, take a look at some of recent work for more detail about how we can help you.