We are immensely proud of these two awards. The ACT FAST creative team is the best in the industry.
FORT WASHINGTON, Pa. (PRWEB) June 18, 2020
The Global Learning Collaborative (GLC) announced today its ACT FAST: Insights on Influenza has won two bronze Telly Awards in the categories of Non-broadcast Craft-Editing and People’s Telly Production.
“We are immensely proud of these two awards,” said Rob Braun, President of GLC. “As leaders in healthcare professional education, our content delivers measurable long-term benefits to clinicians and patients alike. The ACT FAST creative team is the best in the industry.”
GLC is dedicated to providing the highest-quality continuing medical education (CME) through unique learning experiences for healthcare professionals. GLC is comprised of four education subsidiaries, including Prova Education, who designed the education strategy for the award-winning programs. ACT FAST focuses on seasonal influenza and personalized treatment plans and features video interviews and modeling animation.
The Telly Awards attracts more than 12,000 entries from top video content producers including the BBC, Conde Nast, Netflix, Ogilvy & Mather, and may others.
Credits for the two GLC bronze awards include:
- Director of Educational Strategy: Stephen Chavez (Prova Education, a subsidiary of GLC)
- Associate Director, Supporter Solutions: Ann Early (GLC)
- Senior Vice President: Sean Barrett (GLC)
- Vice President, Scientific Affairs: William Mencia, MD, FACEHP, CHCP (GLC)
- Project Manager: Samantha Cojocariu (ReachMD)
- Senior Animator: Carrie Stanton (Winding River Productions)
- Animator: Julie McCartney (Winding River Productions)
- Senior Medical Education Manager: John Scott, CHCP (Genentech, Inc.)
ACT FAST: Insights on Influenza was supported through an education grant from Genentech.
ABOUT GLOBAL LEARNING COLLABORATIVE
Global Learning Collaborative (GLC) is a member of the US HealthConnect Inc. group of companies. GLC is the parent organization to Omnia Education, Prova Education, Medtelligence, and the Academy for Global Interprofessional Learning & Education (AGILE). GLC is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.