Title: Using Contemporary Art and Animation in Professional Health Education and Training
Stream: Professional Training, Development & Concerns in Education
Presentation Type: Oral Presentation
Dina Alsalih, Brainstein Academy, United States
Although there are an unlimited availability of online health resources today for professional health education and training, these myriad of resources have complicated education for students, healthcare providers, employees, and patients— particularly older adults, and individuals with limited English language skills. Even highly educated individuals may find the information too complicated to understand, especially when they’re confronted with time limitation. Research has shown that the human brain can process images significantly faster than words. Also, visual images are more effective in simplifying complex subjects, allowing the retention of complex information permanently in our memory, where they become indelibly etched. To manifest those facts, I’ve created state of the art and innovative learning and training animation/infographics to help learners grasp complex concepts easily and to expand their cognitive capabilities by stimulating their imaginations. In my presentation, I will be sharing unique techniques that I’ve adapted in delivering and transforming complicated scientific topics into simplified/entertaining material, and which has shown impressive outcomes in the past few years of implementation. Through graphics and animations, I’m demonstrating how powerful visual metaphors of health and medical illustrations can create strong motivation in people, allowing them to attain a healthy lifestyle at work and home. My participation in this fundamental event will enable health education reach a new level and improve well being.
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