Business as usual(ish)
We’d like to reassure all clients of NHS Creative that we’re committed to continuing to provide our best service and fulfilment of all work during the pandemic. This is a challenging time for the NHS, and we’re prioritising all marketing projects that are in any way related to supporting the NHS response to the Covid-19 crisis.
We’re following Government advice to ensure we do our bit to prevent the spread as much as possible, and as such where possible and as much as possible, our staff are working from home. So it’s business as usual (ish).
Working from home can certainly pose a few challenges, but Team Brief by video conference isn’t one of them…
And when working from home, it’s important to establish a routine, such as the morning Joe Wicks workout with the family:
It’s also given us the opportunity to experiment with a little more home baking than usual (as part of a balanced diet of course, can’t you see the fruit in the background?):
The juggling act of home schooling while working can be testing – our account manager Mikaela has been reminding herself about ‘fronted adverbials’ and ‘subordinate clauses’, while also having the kids playing with the special effects and photobombing her video calls!
And sharing your workspace with a small companion can inspire us all to be a little more creative:
All in all, there can be no doubt, we’re all enjoying spending a little more time at home with our loved ones (well, those of the non-human variety at least!):
There can be no doubt that everyone’s individual circumstances have been affected by coronavirus, not least for the incredible army of frontline workers – be they doctors, nurses, paramedics, allied health professionals, carers, support workers, and all associated facilities and support functions. As a service employed by the NHS that’s set up to promote the great work of such teams, we’re only too aware that staying indoors is a small sacrifice to make, in order to protect our NHS and save lives.