Social Media and Art for
Medial Advocacy
A patient activist perspective by Regina Holliday
They can Write it on a Wall.
How can an outsider artist,
send a message to us all?
Painting Advocacy meets
Social Media
Street art is truly the first global art movement fueled by the Internet.
–Marc and S...
“The aim of art is to represent not
the outward appearance of things,
but their inward significance.”
~Aristotle
Next Steps: Why not paint open access hospital data sets…
…in front of said hospital?
Why not paint about the need
for better hygiene practices and
then enter that painting in an
online vote competition?
Sometimes “blowing a gasket” leads to the best kind of collaborative
disruption. Crowd-funding exists to make the impossib...
Patient Scholarships
You cancrowd fund in healthcare.
Where are the HOSPICE cards?
There is nothing between “Get Well” and “Sympathy”
Where are the faces of the dying and those...
#TweetChat
can change
the conversation.
#EOL
#Tedmed
#DWDchat
#hospice
#HospiceCards
Become a reality
The Walking Gallery
The more stickers that are out there the more important it seems.
The more important it seems, the more people want to kno...
We can redefine expectations of how we communicate
in medicine at every hospital, clinic and conference.
Let Patients Speak
We must encourage every committee,
conference and hospital board,
to actively recruit and include patie...
Social media and art for medical advocacy
Social media and art for medical advocacy
Social media and art for medical advocacy
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  1. 1. Social Media and Art for Medial Advocacy A patient activist perspective by Regina Holliday
  2. 2. They can Write it on a Wall. How can an outsider artist, send a message to us all?
  3. 3. Painting Advocacy meets Social Media Street art is truly the first global art movement fueled by the Internet. –Marc and Sara Schiller, Wooster Collective, 2010
  4. 4. “The aim of art is to represent not the outward appearance of things, but their inward significance.” ~Aristotle
  5. 5. Next Steps: Why not paint open access hospital data sets…
  6. 6. …in front of said hospital?
  7. 7. Why not paint about the need for better hygiene practices and then enter that painting in an online vote competition?
  8. 8. Sometimes “blowing a gasket” leads to the best kind of collaborative disruption. Crowd-funding exists to make the impossible possible….
  9. 9. Patient Scholarships You cancrowd fund in healthcare.
  10. 10. Where are the HOSPICE cards? There is nothing between “Get Well” and “Sympathy” Where are the faces of the dying and those that love them?
  11. 11. #TweetChat can change the conversation. #EOL #Tedmed #DWDchat #hospice
  12. 12. #HospiceCards Become a reality
  13. 13. The Walking Gallery
  14. 14. The more stickers that are out there the more important it seems. The more important it seems, the more people want to know what it is. The more they ask they ask each other. It gains real power from perceived power. -Shepard Fairey
  15. 15. We can redefine expectations of how we communicate in medicine at every hospital, clinic and conference.
  16. 16. Let Patients Speak We must encourage every committee, conference and hospital board, to actively recruit and include patients in every aspect of the care process from design to implementation to resolution. Invite patients and you will include artists, poets and writers in creating health policy.

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