VISUAL EYES designed and produced Emotive Storytelling presentations for the US Army Office of the Surgeon General on location at the National Training Center at Ft. Irwin, CA. This Narrative Communication project focused on the Army Medical Logistics Enterprise and strategic communications support of the Army and Military Health System. The iSTORY Knowledge Platform was used to deliver this story on the web and to mobile devices.The endeavor was for the U.S. Army Office of the Surgeon General and the U.S. Army Medical Research and Material Command.
EmotiveStorytelling.com sponsored, designed and captured the personal healing stories of eleven Veterans, most of whom have seen and survived the worst of combat in Iraq and Afghanistan. It was an extraordinary experience. Each of these warriors has suffered lasting consequences of their combat experience, including Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Traumatic Brain Injury (mTBI), depression, anger, addiction and other emotional pain associated with combat or trauma. The VISUAL EYES Emotive Storytelling Team designed and captured these emotive stories.
VISUAL EYES designed and produced Emotive Storytelling programs for the Afterdeployment.org, Department of Veterans Affairs and a variety of Psychological Health programs for Military Health System. This Narrative Communication project focused on self-help wellness and prevention programs on the mobile web for active duty service members, veterans and families. The iSTORY Knowledge Platform was used to deliver these stories on the web, on mobile devices, classrooms and mental health clinics. The endeavor was produced for the DCoE Center for Psychological Health, TBI in collaboration with the Department of Veterans Affairs.
MINIMALLY INVASIVE SURGERY WEEK 2013 ANNUAL MEETING & ENDO EXPO - WASHINGTON DC. Society of Laparoendoscopic Surgeons Future Technology Session. Dr. Gerard Gibbons presented on Emotive Storytelling and Narrative Communication. Storytelling was was the first critical human technology, fire came later. Dr. Gibbons, shared how the ancient wisdom of emotive persuasion combined with new advances in neuroscience, quantified-self, virtual agents, games, and digital media, are now requisite seminal forces for driving user engagement, adherence and behavior change in today’s healthcare environment.
VISUAL EYES designed and produced Emotive Storytelling programs for the Defense Center of Excellence for Psychological Health. This Narrative Communication project focused on self-help wellness and prevention programs on the mobile web for active duty service members, veterans and families. The iSTORY Knowledge Platform was used to deliver these stories on the web, on mobile devices, classrooms and mental health clinics. The endeavor was produced for the DCoE Center for Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury and was in collaboration with the Department of Veterans Affairs.
VISUAL EYES designs and creates Emotive Storytelling presentations and stories for a wide variety of global healthcare, technology and services companies. The Emotive Storytelling Team leverages the viral power of the internet and emotional power of storytelling to inform, enlighten and influence individuals, audiences and organizations. The VE Team has a distinguished history of helping healthcare organizations, military health system, government agencies, and global companies to engage, communicate and learn through applications of emotive storytelling, neuroscience, digital media and mobile health.
VISUAL EYES Emotive Storytelling presentations for US Army Medical Dept, Center & School, Ft. Sam Houston, TX. Narrative Communication project on sustainment skills & lessons learned from deployment experienced medics. iSTORY Platform delivered interactive content to web, mobile & classroom. Joint Service Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC) Committee bestowed \"Best of Class\" acclaiming \"optimal learning saves valuable time, elevates understanding & contributes making a superior, trained & capable combat medic.\" For US Army Medical Command & Telemedicine Advanced Technology Research Center (TATRC).