Video Productions for Public Health

How would you feel having excellent audiovisuals for your teaching and communication projects?
Do you seek E-learning crafted by people who know public health and master the art of video story telling?

A video is a highly effective way to communicate research findings to a wider audience, enhance training impact and advocate for public health campaigns. Transmissible, together with Vetpot Video & Graphics, offer high-end video productions to communicate public health ideas that are worth spreading. If you have developed E-learning and video before, then you are aware that this usually requires a substantial budget. But thanks to a compact enterprise structure and small teams of experts, you will find that few companies will deliver such high-quality materials for a lower price than ours.

In short, we offer the following services:

  • Multi-camera video registration of your presentations, lectures or workshops. Professionally captured and edited, delivered in high-quality output for your website or preferred video channels.
  • Production of video lectures for e-learning. The output can be delivered as SCORM compatible package.
  • Tailor-made infographic animations. Including consultation with visual storytelling professional to ensure all information is communicated as clear, and concise as possible
  • Produce your own public health story: Contact us for a free exploration of your ideas. Based on this we will send you a tailored offer for video production.
  • If you have your own in-house audio-visual production group, then you can hire Transmissible Crew when you need extra hands during large productions.


Some of our examples of video registrations and promotions (courtesy of Vetpot Video & Graphics):

Video report of annual 'Transmission Day': a conference for Dutch public health staff

An example of our Online Video Tutorial, produced for the World Health Organisation.



 An example of Public Health Story Telling: Dutch documentary with Arnold Bosman on the outbreak of skin disease in 1960, triggered by a new type of Margarin.

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