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Multi-Media in Patient Education How useful is it ? Dr.Neelesh Bhandari

What is Multi-Media : 

What is Multi-Media Multimedia includes a combination package of text, audio, still images, animation, video and interactivity content forms. - the use of different media to convey information

What is patient Education? : 

What is patient Education? Patient education is the process by which health professionals and others impart information to patients that will alter their health behaviors or improve their health status.

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Easy explanation of scientific information Visualization of things that can’t be seen Representation of subjects in 3D Use of motion Addition of interactivity Benefits of Medical Animation+multimedia

Some things Patient education can do : 

Some things Patient education can do Increase knowledge of intended audience Influence perceptions and beliefs that could shape norms/policy Reinforce healthy behavior Increase demand for services Refute myths Advocate a position Increase surveillance and disease awareness Distribute emergency messages in a real time Strengthen organizational relationships Show the benefit of behavior change Prompt action Done properly clarify the true risk (and/or benefit) of a disease or behavior change With other strategies can begin to tackle difficult problems such as access With varying success, cause sustained individual behavior change

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To assist doctors and paramedical staff To support Information needs of viewers To create awareness. To create an image of the body functions and anatomy To inform about a feature or benefit To remind of healthy practices To reassure anxious viewers To modify attitudes towards disorders To improve compliance To encourage follow up Objectives of Video Educational content

A few studies on Use of : 

A few studies on Use of Multimedia in Patient Education

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Outcomes of videotape instruction in clinic waiting area. - Oermann MH, Webb SA, et al. College of Nursing, Wayne State University, Detroit, MI, The purpose of our study was to examine the effectiveness of general health-promotion teaching for patients in the waiting room of a clinic, using focused videotape instruction. FINDINGS: There was a significant gain in knowledge for patients who viewed the videotape in the waiting room (t = 5.43, df = 213, p < .0001), and they were more satisfied with their education compared with the control group (t = 4.73, df = 213, p < .0001). IMPLICATIONS: This study supports focused video instruction as an for disseminating health information in the waiting area. Effective and efficient teaching intervention Orthopaedic nursing,2003,VL: 22, NO: 2, PG: 102-5

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A video lesson series is effective in changing the dietary intakes and food-related behaviors of low-income homemakers. Department of Human Nutrition, Foods and Exercise, Virginia Polytechnic Institute, State University, Blacksburg 24061, USA. OBJECTIVE: To examine the relative cost-effectiveness of a self-administered video series in delivering nutrition education to low-income homemakers. RESULTS: Significant improvements were observed in both groups for fruits, calcium, and vitamins A and C. The Video Group improved on fiber intake (P<or=.005). The groups did not differ on dietary or behavior change (P=.2357). Duplication and implementation costs of the video series totaled 4,820 dollars, or 36% of the traditional lesson cost of 13,463 dollars. Cost effective Journal of the American Dietetic Association, 2003, VL: 103

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The video had a statistically significant impact on knowledge and willingness to use assistive devices. IMPACT OF A VIDEO INTERVENTION ON THE USE OF LOW VISION ASSISTIVE DEVICES. Robert B. Goldstein, Elizabeth Dugan, et al Optom Vis Sci. 2007 March; 84(3): 208–217. Informs about newer therapies

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Pharmacy Practice Research Group, School of Pharmacy, Queen's University of Belfast, Northern Ireland. The use of video as a method of instructing subjects on correct inhaler technique was compared with the written and personal instruction of 150 volunteer subjects with no previous experience of such a device. Video was found to be as effective as personal tuition by a pharmacist and significantly (P less than 0.05) superior to the manufacturer's package insert in teaching correct inhaler. Asthmatic patients found the video useful at identifying mistakes they were making and felt that this approach to their education should be more widely available. Audiovisual demonstration for patient counseling in the use of pressurized aerosol bronchodilator inhalers. Journal of clinical pharmacy and therapeutics,YR: 1989,VL: 14,NO: 2,PG: 135-44

Conclusion : 

Conclusion There are a number of studies quantifying the economic and effective benefits of using multimedia in Patient Education. Widely used Medium in all developed countries. Integral part of Information rights of patient.

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