Health Reform Plan - Workforce Element television advertisement
07 Jun 2010
Reforming the health system starts with the people who look after us. This television commercial outlines why there's never been a better time to work in the new health system.
Transcript of video
[We open on a nurse in a foyer of a new clinic, she is greeting a young patient and his mum. A glowing key circle appears around their faces.]
FVO: Reforming the health system starts with the people who look after us, and this is a great time to be part of it, because we’re…
[We see a local G.P. speaking with a mother, with her son beside her. A glowing circle appears over both of them.]
FVO: increasing medical training programs to help deliver around 6,000 more GPs and specialists,
[Super (in a glowing Health reform circle, which then intersects with the key circle): More doctors in training.]
FVO: providing support for more than 8,000 nurses working in general practice, aged care, mental health and rural areas.
[We see a smiling boy, he is being cheered up by a friendly nurse. A glowing circle appears over both of them. Followed by the super in a glowing circle, which then intersects with the key circle: Extra nurses. We cut to a senior citizen who is with an aged carer. We then cut to a female in her 20’s who is talking to her mental health specialist. We see a medical lecturer who is tutoring his class. A glowing circle appears over him.]
FVO: and improving training and support for allied health professionals in regional areas.
[Followed by the super in a glowing circle, which then intersects with the key circle: More training. We cut to a group shot. We cut to the Health Reform logo and tag. LOGO: Health Reform. Tag: Better healthcare and better hospitals.]
FVO: There’s never been a better time to work in the new health system. Visit Australia.gov.au
[Cut to a black screen with white type.]
Super/VO: Authorised by the Australian Government, Canberra. Spoken by S.Godfrey.
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