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Use of Visual Symbols To Promote Communication between Health Care Providers and Receivers.

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タイトル: Use of Visual Symbols To Promote Communication between Health Care Providers and Receivers.
著者: Moriyama, Masaki / Harnisch, Delwyn L.
発行日: 1992年 4月19日
抄録: With the aging population in Japan, an increasing number of people place a higher value on health. For the adults, encounters with health-care providers are expected to be opportunities to learn about health. However, the one-sidedness of the communication at the encounter prevents both health-care providers and receivers from getting meaningful interactive feedback. In this study, we tried to solve the problem of one-sided communication by visualizing health-related feelings and concepts for both parties involved in the communication. Three visualization prototypes were developed to (a) visualize basic sensation and feelings accompanying illness using symptomatic symbols,(b) visualize a holistic concept of wellness using a face graph, and (c) visualize multidimensionality of health by using two-dimensional mapping. To develop and further improve these prototypes, we considered the people-s needs and adopted the research strategy of learning from people by sharing the process of problem solving. Three prototypes were announced at various professional meetings, and people were invited to participate in the process of problem-solving. Severa1 groups were interested in this project and assisted by improvement and triangulation of the prototypes. The resuIts indicated that the strategy was effective in improving the understanding of health-related concerns in typical situations.
記述: Paper presented at the 1992 Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association(AERA), San Francisco, April 19-24, 1992
キーワード: Communication Research / Community Education / Foreign Countries / Health Personnel / Interpersonal Communication / Problem Solving / Visual Aids / Visualization
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10069/22064
資料タイプ: Conference Paper
原稿種類: author
出現コレクション:030 会議発表資料

引用URI : http://hdl.handle.net/10069/22064



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