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The Joy Of Stats: The Lady With A Data Visualisation

Earlier this week, I posted a great video produced as part of the Joy of Stats series  for Open Learn – free learning from the Open University   http://www.open.ac.uk/openlearn/body-mind.     I visited their web site this afternoon and discovered several other videos … Continue reading

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World Health Graph Video: The BBC’s Joy of Stats

I discovered this video through a post on the HealthLiteracy Listserv.    “Two Hundred Countries, Two Hundred Year, Four Minutes” is very clever and fascinating.   ENJOY! 200 Countries, 200 Years, 4 Minutes – Gapminder.org. Related Articles “The Joy of Stats … Continue reading

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Study: More than Half Can’t Find Heart on Diagram

I reported in a June 12th blog post entitled “Many ‘Baffled’ by Basic Anatomy” that many British citizens are unable to identify the location of their vital organs.     The study addressed this as a serious concern for doctor-patient communications. CNN … Continue reading

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Many ‘Baffled by Basic Anatomy’

I saw this reference to a news item from the BBC.     The piece goes on to describe a survey given and results reported. Many ‘baffled by basic anatomy’ <http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/health/8092930.stm&gt; BBC News – UK “There is a real problem with health … Continue reading

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