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Everybody likes a good story / Mae pawb yn hoffi stori dda

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Everybody likes a good story’ was produced at a workshop that was part of Participation Cymru’s All Wales Residential Network 2011, which took place on 9 and 10 June in Llandrindod Wells. The ...

Everybody likes a good story’ was produced at a workshop that was part of Participation Cymru’s All Wales Residential Network 2011, which took place on 9 and 10 June in Llandrindod Wells. The workshop aimed to gather practitioners’ experiences of engagement and to produce a digital story, which was made on free software and put together in a couple of hours for display at the start of the second day. This shows that you don’t need to spend lots of time and money to produce a digital story. For further information on Participation Cymru please go to participationcymru.org.uk.

Creuwyd ‘Mae pawb yn hoffi stori dda’ yng ngweithdy a oedd yn rhan o Rwydwaith Preswyl Cymru Gyfan 2011 Cyfranogaeth Cymru ar 9 a 10 Mehefin yn Llandrindod. Roedd y gweithdy yn anelu i gasglu profiadau ymarferwyr ac i greu’r stori digidol ar feddalwedd a oedd yn rhad ac am ddim mewn cwpl o oriau er mwyn ei ddangos ar ddechrau’r ail ddydd. Mae hyn yn dangos nad oes angen gwario llawer o amser ac arian i greu stori ddigidol. Ar gyfer gwybodaeth bellach ar Gyfranogaeth Cymru ewch i participationcymru.org.uk.

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    Everybody likes a good story / Mae pawb yn hoffi stori dda Everybody likes a good story / Mae pawb yn hoffi stori dda Presentation Transcript

    •  
    •  
      • Chris Hodson
      • Aneurin Bevan Health Board (Caerphilly Crew)
      • Dyfrig Williams
      • Participation Cymru
    • The dreaded icebreaker
    • Everyone likes a good story .
      • So what’s in this session?
      • What are patient digital stories?
      • Why do we make them?
      • Some theory (not much)
      • Some examples (of stories)
      • Some tips (not many)
      • Some awful jokes (too many)
      • Do it yourself - let’s make a story today!
    • What is a Patient Digital Story?
      • Digital storytelling combines one of the oldest skills - the art of story-telling - with the use of new technology
      • A digital story uses the patient’s words, the patient’s voice and the patient’s photographs to tell their story.
    • Let’s see a story . . . .
      • This is John who belongs to the New Tredegar Bravehearts group
      • The ‘Bravehearts’ are a self sufficient cardiac rehabilitation group
      • Purpose: They want to encourage other patients to take up exercise
    •  
    • Why use Digital Stories?
      • They deliver a strong, independent message
      • They allow patients to talk to patients, staff and managers
      • They are permanent & portable
      • They have therapeutic value for patients
    • Peter’s story
      • Part of a set of 4 stories about Obstructive Sleep Apnoea
      • Sleep Apnoea falls outside of NHS Referral to Treatment targets
      • Purpose: To support other patients with the condition but, also, to let NHS staff know about their frustrations
    •  
    • Some quick tips about digital stories:
      • Less is more – 3 to 4 minutes or 250 to 300 words
      • Technical training and specialist software/hardware can produce better results
      • The story always belongs to the patient and their families/carers
    • What have I learnt so far?
      • Most people have a story to tell
      • Most people can write well for their own voice
      • Most people have a sense of a story’s shape and structure
      • Most people are happy for their story to help others
    • Rhys’s Story
      • Commissioned by the Speech and Language Therapy Department of Aneurin Bevan Health Board
      • Purpose: To use with other parents at the start of speech therapy for their children
    •  
    • Some quick techy stuff .
      • I use Adobe Products on a NHS Dell Laptop
      • These are Adobe Soundbooth, Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Premiere
      • These are ‘Elements’ - not full programmes
      • If you can afford Apple – go for it!
    • Some more techy stuff. .
      • I currently use:-
      • a Rode NT – 1A microphone
      • Edirol Ua–25 EX USB Audio Capture
      • a mike stand, cabling and pop shield
      • Good quality 6+ mega pixel Digital Camera
      • And a beige anorak
    • Where to learn. . .
      • Two training providers in South Wales – Breaking Barriers and Storyworks (See their websites)
      • They can provide courses to allow you to make your own stories
      • You can commission them to make stories for you
    • And now it’s your turn
      • We are going to make a digital story now using your stories and pictures using basic methods
      • We are going to show these stories at a full Conference session tomorrow morning
      • I am going to have to stay up all night editing them
    • What happens next
      • In your Icebreaker Groups, look again at the best/worst/funniest/most disastrous engagement or facilitation experiences you have been involved in.
      • Decide which story or anecdote you want to put forward
      • Develop a script to explain what happened – 1 minute maximum talking time!
    • What happens next
      • You have 10 minutes to finalise the script
      • Once each Group has nominated and worked up their script, a volunteer from each group will go and record it with Dyfrig
      • While he is doing this, we will have a short Q & A session about Storytelling
    • To finish. . . . .
      • Thank you for your participation and patience
      • My favourite Digital Story is by an American, Richard Cowling
      • It is not really about health. Richard is a nurse and an academic who works with the victims of domestic violence and abuse
      • The story is called ‘Beauty’
    • Will this work?
      • http://vimeo.com/3219932
      • Bye!
      • Enjoy the rest of the conference