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Concussion Management

This infographic explains how Concussion is managed. It was created by Miranda Dowling and Ben Doran from Brain Disorders Management. Please be sure to listen to the audio attached for a brief presentation of the content.   https://knowledgetranslation.mohawkcollege.ca/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/concussions_Ben-and-Mirand-MHDM.m4a  

Concussion Management

This infographic explains how Concussion is managed. It was created by Tiana Lampkin and Scott Govan from Mental Health and Disability Management. Please be sure to listen to the audio attached for a brief presentation of the content.   https://knowledgetranslation.mohawkcollege.ca/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/Infographic-Audio_Scott-and-Tiana.m4a

Stroke

Stroke Rehabilitation: Infographic. This infographic explains two types of Stroke and how it is managed. It was created by Elizabeth Hewitson and Emily McInnes from Brain Disorders Management. Please be sure to listen to the audio attached for a brief presentation of the content.   Stroke Rehabilitation Infographic Download https://knowledgetranslation.mohawkcollege.ca/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/Stroke-Rehabilitation-Audio.m4a  

Students’ Perceptions of Digital Storytelling in Higher Education

Article: Students’ Perceptions of Digital Storytelling in Higher Education. This paper was published in 2022 by Anne-Marie DePape and Krissy Doyle-Thomas in the peer-reviewed journal, Innovative Practice in Higher Education. Abstract: Digital storytelling has been applied to higher education to teach hard and soft skills. Studies in health sciences show the benefit from hearing directly from patients sharing their lived experiences. In collaboration with a traumatic brain injury (TBI) survivor and his family, this paper documents higher education students providing feedback about 6 digital stories introduced into a graduate certificate program. This project examined whether students can improve their understanding of TBI through these digital stories while increasing their soft skills, such as empathy. In total, 37 students provided feedback. All students reported that the digital stories improved their understanding of TBI. The majority of students (89%) also rated the emotional quality of the digital stories as Extremely Good or Very Good. A qualitative analysis of students’ responses revealed the following themes: Perspective-Taking, Knowledge Gained and Suggestions for Improvement. Implications are discussed for schema and whole brain learning. Link: Students’ Perceptions of Digital Storytelling in Higher Education Article