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Digital Media


The RGUC Digital Media Team are an in-house team of dedicated and hard working media professionals, responsible for developing content to enhance the learning experiences of our medical students, foundation year doctors, and other clinical professionals across the Trust.

The team has a broad skill set, knowledge and experience of a variety of different software packages and programming languages and enjoy creating a range of digital educational media resources to inform and educate healthcare professionals of the future.

There is support available for most medical education project requests. However, given that the primary remit centres on medical education, it is not possible to offer support to projects that fall outside of this scope unless there is a budget available to fund out-of-hours overtime. Please contact the team via email to request further information.

The thing that stands out about Russells Hall is the way they reach out to all the students. You’ve got the media team, things like the lecture series, really exceptional. 

Jamie Biggs
Clinical Teaching Fellow


Ed Shovelton is the Digital Media Manager. He gives us an insight into his experiences whilst working at The Dudley Group.

What do

we do?

The team has a broad skill set and a wide knowledge and experience in a variety of different capture formats, systems, software packages and programming languages.

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Filming, editing, motion graphics, animation, audio recording, greenscreen, 360 degree virtual video.

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Digital stills, image manipulation, compositing, retouching, studio portraits, 360 degree photography.

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Illustration, graphic design, brochure, leaflet and newsletter design layout. Corporate identity and branding.

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Web design, development, deployment, server configuration and maintenance. Elearning content management development, design and administration.

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App development and build. App configuration with global stores. 

Our Digital

Media Team


Ed has more than 15 years experience in producing media content for medical education across both public and private sector organisations. He is primarily involved in overseeing the development and production of video and animation content for undergraduate and postgraduate learning resources, using a range of professional full HD and 4k camera systems to capture visually engaging and informative content.

Ed also spends his time undertaking stills photography, developing lectures, writing scripts, managing our social media channels and proof reading text for print and online content.​ Outside of work, Ed spends time honing his skills as an amateur drone pilot.

He can also be found pounding the streets of Worcestershire with the Redditch Stars running club.

Caroline has over 25 years experience as a creative professional, with a keen eye for branding, design and layout. She can be found solving complex interface and wireframe requirements with engaging, intriguing and creative digital learning solutions. Caroline believes that good design doesn’t have to be complicated; the difference between something good and something great is determined by attention to detail. She is proficient in a range of design and web tools to develop and create clinical educational solutions.

She manages our portfolio of educational content for a number of virtual learning environments, whilst also managing, designing and building user-friendly websites. Caroline helps to make the digital media team a more beautiful place, by creating lots of offline marketing material. Otherwise, she can be found researching new training mediums, adult learning theories and tinkering with our Learning Management Systems. 

Charlie supports the media team by helping produce the video and photographic content for undergraduate and postgraduate medical education. She has a background studying digital media and supporting staff in an education environment. Her skills include photography, camera work and video editing. She is excited by how content can enhance the learning experience in a creative yet informative way, and is passionate about how media, design and technology can make educational resources more accessible and engaging.  

Patrick supports the media team with application development and maintaining the group’s current servers and systems. His background working at a university focused on supporting students, staff, and faculty in diverse disciplines. This included developing full stack web solutions and supporting the use of advanced visualisation equipment.

He is passionate about education and is always exploring how technology can contribute to the learning process.​

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