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Pineapple Media Australia helps University secure a $540 000 grant.
17 February 2017
Television and video production company Pineapple Media Australia, has helped the University of Newcastle’s School of Health Sciences secure a $540 000 research grant to continue its world-leading research in Oral Health and Hygiene for the aged and elderly across Australia.
Pineapple Media Australia was commissioned by Dr. Janet Wallace from the University of Newcastle’s School of Health Sciences to produce a documentary showcasing her world-leading ‘Senior Smiles’ oral health program.
The 11 minute documentary forms part of Dr. Wallace’s research that was presented at the Australian Dental Association, NSW, Geriatric Dentistry Annual Conference. The documentary was produced to showcase Dr. Wallace’s research in a simple and easy to follow format.
“We love working with people who are leaders in their field and producing content that expands their work,” says Richard Attieh, head of production at Pineapple Media Australia.
“It can be difficult to summarise years of technical research into an easy to follow story. When people get it right, the results can change their entire business and workflow.”
Pineapple Media Australia has been working with Dr. Wallace for the past six years, and the University of Newcastle will continue to roll out Dr Wallace’s Senior Smiles program as part of the successful grant. Retirement Villages and Nursing Homes across Australia will be invited to participate in the program.
Pineapple Media Australia has a strong track record producing multi-award winning documentaries, television programs, and screen content, producing corporate documentaries with the government, private and charitable sectors for over 10 years.
“We love seeing the stories we produce connect with their intended audiences,” says Richard, “and the results that is generates for our friends and clients.”
Pineapple Media Australia is a television and all media company in the Northwest of Sydney and is currently producing a documentary looking at the impact Rev. Fred Nile has had in NSW and Australia, featuring John Howard, Nick Greiner, Bob Carr and Premier Gladys Berejiklian.