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emotive. shortlisted for 2 awards at the PMEA Awards 2016

emotive’s reputation for delivering highly engaging award-winning innovation in science-led healthcare communications continues to be reinforced with the news that Virtual Valve has been shortlisted for two awards at the PMEA Awards 2016.



emotive’s reputation for delivering highly engaging award-winning innovation in science-led healthcare communications continues to be reinforced with the news that Virtual Valve has been shortlisted for two awards at the PMEA Awards 2016.

The Pharmaceutical Marketing Effectiveness Awards (PMEA 2016), to be held in London on Wednesday 23rd November 2016, recognise and commend excellence, best practice and innovation in local, European, and international healthcare markets.

Virtual Valve is no stranger to success, where earlier on this year at the PM Society 2016 awards, it received the honour of achieving the highest scoring entry in the entire awards, and took home a total of 3 awards; Gold for Best Digital Solution for Congress or Meeting, Gold for Best Digital HCP Program as well as a Silver award in the Innovation category.

Virtual Valve is a fully immersive, multisensory virtual reality medical education experience that takes cardiologists inside the hearts of aortic stenosis patients. Uniquely, cardiologists can explore in detail the inside of different patients’ beating hearts, experience the symptoms and comorbidities of aortic stenosis, and change the disease’s severity to observe the impact on anatomy and physiology, before selecting the most suitable treatment.

Bringing patient case studies to life like never before, & delivering previously unheard of levels of HCP engagement, the project has been shortlisted for awards in two categories: Excellence in Physicians/Healthcare Provider Support Programmes; and Innovation.

Commenting on the news, Chris Edmonds, Managing Director of emotive, said:“The emotive. team is completely focused on planning and executing programmes that drive brand, science and patient engagement. Following multiple awards in the last few years for innovative medical education, patient engagement and other healthcare communications, we’re delighted that Virtual Valve, a project we are immensely proud of, has been shortlisted for two PMEA Awards in 2016.”

29th September 2016

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