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were recorded and then subjected to thematic analysis. Results showed that women's
views and experiences could be grouped in eight major themes covering their wellbeing, relationship with others, and healthcare views and experiences. We produced an A5 16-page booklet that presents the pilot study results, illustrated with participants' own drawings and quotes, which was disseminated among participants, their community and other relevant stakeholders. This pilot study supports the view that healthcare actors can use the DrawingOut method to engage people to talk about sensitive health topics, while simultaneously providing them with an enjoyable and empowering research experience. In our pilot study the DrawingOut was successful in eliciting rich visual and textual data that captures a diversity of views and experiences, with the added benefit that these can be used to produce engaging outputs for dissemination.
- Attitude to Health
- Information Dissemination/methods
- Pilot Projects
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Using comics workshop to investigate and disseminate the infertility experiences of ethic minority women in Wales
Bliesemann de Guevara, B., Gameiro, S., El Refaie, E. & Payson, A.
01 Dec 2015 → 30 Aug 2016
Project: Externally funded research