My Back Pain Journey

As part of my studies I had to develop a patient resource. So I decided to do one on back pain entitled: ‘My back pain journey’.  The presentation (is supposed to) works like a website. It’s interactive and informative, and supported by evidence.

All you have to do is click on the screen to interact with my back pain journey. A short video then starts to inform you how to navigate round the presentation. Then click on the screen again for the next slide.

It may be best to view it as a presentation in power point online as I can’t get it any bigger on here and it’s a bit difficult to read.  You can make it bigger by clicking on the symbol in the bottom right hand corner on the mini presentation.

I’m looking for people’s feedback on the power point and if anyone know’s how to make it into an interactive webpage please contact me!

N.B. This is an academic piece of work so I had to show referencing and that I had done research. So as a true patient resource I would aim to condense down the text and change some of the language.

All that’s left to say is thanks for taking a look and enjoy!

 

Feedback so far

To difficult to navigate round

Too much text on the slides

Some of the language is not appropriate

The whole presentation doesn’t tell a story it’s just an info dump

Did you critique the referencing before adding it to the slide?

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