This essay focuses on great infographic platforms.The infographic should provide information useful to communicating the “What, Why, When and How” of Telehealth
Students will create an Infographic on the topic of Telehealth. Students should create an infographic that is easily understand by the lay public or general population. The infographic should provide information useful to communicating the “What, Why, When and How” of Telehealth. Students will select a platform (tool) for building their infographic. There are a number of great infographic platforms available online. Many are free, but most require that you do set up an account.
Students may choose to focus on one or more the following suggest topic areas. However, students may choose their own relevant telehealth topic areas of. Telehealth Versus Telemedicine Environments or Systems Population Health Health Promotion. Illness Prevention Integrative Health Technologies and Innovation Provider Access Patient. Access Policy Implications Legal Implications Clinical Practice Issues Education. Training Needs Research Implications Quality of Care Outcome Management.
In 1900, the African-American historian, sociologist, writer, and Black rights activist. W.E.B. Du Bois presented data visualizations at the Exposition Universelle (1900) in Paris, France. In addition to curating 500 photographs of the lives of Black Americans. Du Bois and his Atlanta University team of students and scholars create 60 handmade. Data visualizations to document the ways Black Americans were being deny. Access to education, housing, employment, and household wealth.
Gerd Arntz, Peter Alma and Augustin Tschinkel, all participants. In this movement were recruite by Otto Neurath for the Gesellschafts- und Wirtschaftsmuseum. Where they develop the Vienna Method from 1926–1934. Here simple images were used to represent data in a structure way. Following the victory of Austrofascism in the Austrian Civil War. The team move to the Netherlands where they continue their work rebranding it Isotypes (International System of Typographic Picture Education). The method was also apply by IZOSTAT (ИЗОСТАТ) in the Soviet Union.
In 1942 Isidore Isou published the Lettrist manifesto, a document covering art, culture, poetry, film, and political theory.
In 1958 Stephen Toulmin proposed a graphical argument model, call The Toulmin Model of Argumentation. The diagram contain six interrelate components use. For analyzing arguments and was considered Toulmin’s most influential work. Particularly in the field of rhetoric, communication, and computer science. The Toulmin Model of Argumentation became influential in argumentation theory and its applications.