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Picturing Wellness: Art & Education

Using arts-based approaches to educating in child maltreatment
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christine wekerle

on 15 December 2015

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Transcript of Picturing Wellness: Art & Education

Picturing Wellness: Art & Education
How does ARt enhance Evidence-based Practice?
CONTENT
Information is ambiguous.
Science guides medical practice and innovation. The creativity in science involves the use of intelligent design, natural experiments, inter-disciplinary methods with new applications.
FREQUENCY
Low base rate for encounters
Art provides PRACTICE in a no right-or-wrong situation
Not reliable?

Every observation based on EVIDENCE
Details before interpretation
Systematic Method of Looking
Observational Skill
Perceptual accuracy for details
Template for systematically moving through a visual.
Affect Bias
Not dx for maltreatment presentation
Subjectivity of affect evidenced in art
Title: "Tolerance"
Artist: Corrie Clark
What do you see?
Why is a template for observation helpful?
Why is template and practice helpful for observation?
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