Developing an effective infographic for policymakers – The winning submission from the OARSI/OAAA Infographic Competition – July 20, 2022
July 20, 2022
This pre-recorded presentation will outline how the presenters developed their winning infographic (see below-click to enlarge) aimed at policymakers and present some practical tips for the development of effective infographics to communicate your research.
Bridget Graham is a physiotherapist and clinical trial coordinator, working at the Centre for Health, Exercise & Sports Medicine at the University of Melbourne. Her research interests include conservative treatment strategies for osteoarthritis and remotely delivered care models. She is keen to help people live better with osteoarthritis, inspired partly by her previous work as a physiotherapist in aged care.
Vicky Duong is a Research Officer and final-year PhD student at the University of Sydney. She graduated from Macquarie University with a Doctor of Physiotherapy degree in 2015, prior to this she completed a Bachelor of Science (Honours Kinesiology) at the University of Waterloo (Canada) in 2011. Her research is focused on the adherence to core treatments in osteoarthritis. Vicky is passionate about bringing evidence-based knowledge to consumers and is the editor of the Joint Action Podcast (www.jointaction.info/podcast).
Belinda Lawford is a post-doctoral musculoskeletal researcher at the Centre for Health, Exercise & Sports Medicine at the University of Melbourne. Her research focuses on clinical trials and qualitative studies of treatment strategies for people with osteoarthritis, in particular telehealth-delivered care, exercise, and weight loss. Her research aims to develop and evaluate strategies to improve the management of osteoarthritis in Australia and worldwide.
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