Articles de périodiques

Arts-based knowledge translation in aerial silk to promote epilepsy awareness

Auteurs : Spagnol, Gabriela Salim (Auteur) ; Tagami, Carolinne Yuri (Auteur) ; de Siqueirad, Gabriela Bagattini (Auteur) ; Li, Li Min (Auteur)

Éditeur : Epilepsy & Behavior vol.93, p.60-64

Date de publication : 2019

Langue : Anglais

Résumé :
Arts-based knowledge translation (ABKT) strategies represent an innovative approach to disseminate results of qualitative studies, especially to tackle social issues, such as stigma and prejudice, due to knowledge gaps. Epilepsy affects 1% of the world population and brings a strong psychosocial impact to the patient, family members, and caregivers. People with epilepsy have difficulties to establish social relationships due to stigma.
This study narrate the construction of an aerial and contemporary dance based on the results of a qualitative study with patients with epilepsy, their families, and health professionals, called “‘Dialogue with Emotions’ to overcome barriers and to improve quality of life in epilepsy”. Under the ABKT classification, this study is defined as a strategy of subjective key messages, which are presented as active performances (contemporary dance and aerial acrobacies). [editor summary]

Localisation : Traitement documentaire B

  • Ex. 1 — Consultation sur place

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