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  • 1. PSV 712: Art & Visual Studies Interpretation of Visual Art By: Nor Syamimi binti Samsudin 2012359041 ED772 2A1 Prepared for: Dr. Harrinni Md Noor
  • 2. Interpretation the action of explaining the meaning of something -Oxford Dictionary Art Appreciation Art Criticism is studying, understanding and judging works of art DBAE (language of art) 4 steps 1. Description 2. Analyse 3. Interpretation 4. Judgement Social Context is focusing more on enjoying and admire the aspect of the art through artwork such as: painting, scuplture, craft etc (Art Talk & Becoming An Art Teacher, Bates, 2000) Concept Interpretation of Visual Art
  • 3. Health Literacy: How Visuals Can Help Tell the Healthcare Story by: HELEN OSBORNE Health Literacy Consulting, MA, USA Journal of Visual Communication in Medicine, March 2006; Vol.29, No. 1, pp. 28-32 What is Health Literacy? Why does Health Literacy Matter? Why people have trouble understanding health information? How people learn How visuals can help tell the healthcare story Recommendation & Conclusion References Journal: An Overview Interpretation of Visual Art
  • 4. Journal: An Overview Interpretation of Visual Art
  • 5. Health Literacy Health literacy is often defined as the degree to which individuals have the capacity to obtain, process and understand basic health information and services needed to make appropriate health decisions. (http://www.healthpeople.gov.) Health literacy is the ability to read, understand and act on health information. ((American Medical Association Foundation, 2003) What is Health Literacy Interpretation of Visual Art
  • 6. Doctor Patients shared responsibility on communicating health information (Osborne, 2006) What is Health Literacy Interpretation of Visual Art
  • 7. Health Literacy Matter -communication between doctor, patients and family members clearly simply Why? everybody need to understand health information so they can, or are willing to, follow it. Patients had to make significant lifestyle changes, doctor's dietary, exercise recommendations, take medications correctly, recognize side effects and follow public safety advice Why does Health Literacy matter? Interpretation of Visual Art
  • 8. Literacy Age Disability Learning Challenges in interpreting health information Language Culture Why people have trouble understanding health information Emotion Interpretation of Visual Art
  • 9. Mixed Learners : who learn from a combination of methods. Their learning needs and preferences may change depending on the subjectand situation. (Materna, 2007) How people learn Interpretation of Visual Art
  • 10. How visuals can help tell the healthcare story Interpretation of Visual Art
  • 11. how to access and pay for treatment follow medical instructions essential information the important of Healthcare story know what to do when they occur recognize emergencies wrong interpretation This can truly be a matter of life and death How visuals can help tell the healthcare story Interpretation of Visual Art
  • 12. Reality Interpretation of Visual Art
  • 13. VISUAL CAN HELP Forms and other interactive documents Layout and design Maps, genograms and other diagrams Pictographs and cartoons Pain scales and other visual tools How visuals can help tell the healthcare story Interpretation of Visual Art
  • 14. VISUAL CAN HELP Layout and design How visuals can help tell the healthcare story Interpretation of Visual Art
  • 15. VISUAL CAN HELP Pictographs and cartoons http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qdP3zBaDCv0 How visuals can help tell the healthcare story Interpretation of Visual Art
  • 16. VISUAL CAN HELP Pain scales and other visual tools How visuals can help tell the healthcare story Interpretation of Visual Art
  • 17. VISUAL CAN HELP Maps, genograms and other diagrams Forms and other interactive documents How visuals can help tell the healthcare story Interpretation of Visual Art
  • 18. How we can help tell the healthcare story 1. Teach health professionals how to draw simple sketches 2. Create handouts for health professionals to draw on. 3. Collaborate on projects 4. Recommend good places to get clip art. No matter how well presented material is or excellent the content it is, the job is not complete until patients and family members confirm that they understand. Interpretation of visual through healthcare story is very important in educating people about how they can understand the health information Recommendation & Conclusion Interpretation of Visual Art
  • 19. 1. Osborne H. Health Literacy from A to Z: Practical Ways to Communicate Your Health Message. Jones & Bartlett Publishers, Sudbury: MA, 2005. Reprinted with permission of Jones & Bartlett Publishers. 22. U.S. Public Health Initiative: Healthy People 2010. http://www.healthypeople.gov. Accessed January 2006. 33. American Medical Association Foundation. Health Literacy: Help Your Patients Understand. CME program, 2003. 44. National Assessment of Adult Literacy: A First Look at the Literacy of America’s Adults in the 21st Century. 2006. U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics. NCES 2006–470. 55. International Adult Literacy Survey. http://nces.ed.gov/surveys/all. Accessed January 2006 66. Houts P, Bachrach R, Witmer J, Tringali C, Bucher J, Localio R. Using pictographs to enhance recall of spoken medical instructions. Patient Education and Counseling 1998; 35: 83–88. 77. Houts P, Witmer J, Egeth, HE, Loscalzo MJ, Zabora JR. Using pictographs to enhance recall of spoken medical instructions II. Patient Education and Counseling 2001; 43: 231–242. 88. Delp C, Jones J. Communicating Information to Patients: The Use of Cartoon Illustration to Improve Comprehension of Instructions. Academic Emergency Medicine 1996; 3: 264–270. special thanks to: Dr. Munirah Mohd Puad , Dr. Norhashimah Charlotte Crabtree, Russell William, Gemma Forde Dr. Suzaida Abd Wahab , Nor Syaza Samsudin (^____^) References Interpretation of Visual Art