simpleshow foundation explains HIV and AIDS in Australia
When it comes to being sick, being informed can make a huge difference. That’s especially important, for topics like HIV and AIDS. Since its discovery in 1981 AIDS has killed millions of people worldwide, so the more people know about it the better.
That’s why we at simpleshow foundation created a video explaining the origin and treatment of the immunodeficiency disease. Although we always set high standards of quality for the content we release to the general public, we never dreamed that our clip about HIV and AIDS would be so highly praised by medical and healthcare professionals. Last week, Keiran Harvey, a nurse educator from Australia, asked for our permission to use the video within an e-learning module for Junior Registered Nurses at “Sydney Local Health District”. The program will be part of the local learning management system and available to the entire workforce, from cleaners to clinical personnel to senior executive managers.
“Thank you again for permission, and also for the explainer videos in general, they are extremely well made, concise and informative (a tough thing to do)!” – Keiran Harvey
We’re extremely proud that our explainer videos, this one was penned by volunteer writer Jake Schneider, are accepted around the globe (the video is a part of the HIV/AIDS article on Wikipedia) and now even as far as Australia. We look forward to more collaborative global projects!
Watch our foundation simpleshow about HIV and AIDS here: