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Improving Visual Displays of Medical Information

2010 AMWA Presentation
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Bob Morreale

on 4 January 2016

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Transcript of Improving Visual Displays of Medical Information

What you don't visualize is just as important as what you do. "The success of a visualization is based on deep knowledge and care about the substance, quality, relevance and integrity of the content." - Tufte (2004) The "fine art of deletion" — Content Focus "...well-designed graphics are usually the simplest and at the same time the most powerful." - Tufte (2004) "...it is not about how much empty space there is, but rather how it is used. It is not how much information there is, but rather how effectively it is arranged."
-- Tufte (2004) Keep it simple Presenting Data and Information
Workshop Simon Sinek's “Golden Circle” Clarity clarity, simplicity, and content is king! Clarity of Purpose/Belief Primary take-away: Simplicity Max Brödel SHOW, ORIENT, and EXPLAIN 10 weeks . . . 16 Physician Interviews
21 areas . . . 275 patient observations iViz Research :: Clinic Scope “Start With Why” by Simon Sinek Why? Abby and Belle 5000+ images How to Improve Visual Displays of
Medical Information Bob Morreale morreale.robert@mayo.edu Play video Play video
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