List of John Benjamins publications for which Guillermina Noël plays a role.
Health Information Design
Edited by Guillermina Noël
Special issue of Information Design Journal 23:3 (2017) ii, 134 pp.
Subjects Cognitive psychology | Communication Studies | Discourse studies
Designing bowel preparation patient instructions to improve colon cancer detection: Evidence-based design criteria for patients’ documents. Information Visualization, Dörk, Marian and Isabel Meirelles (eds.), pp. 110–1212019.
Medical personnel usually write and design documents that inform physicians or patients about procedures or therapies. Document design, however, requires skills that are not normally applied, resulting in information that is often not used properly. This article describes a project developed by the… read more | Article
Developing tools to support patients and healthcare providers when in conversation about obesity: The 5As Team program. Information Design Journal 24:2, pp. 131–1502018.
People living with obesity suffer from multiple health issues, including diabetes and mental health problems. Misinformation about the complex nature of this condition greatly affects the way one manages obesity. This results in unrealistic expectations by both healthcare providers and patients.… read more | Article
Editorial: The value of information design in healthcare: Collaborating with healthcare practitioners to deliver better care. Health Information Design, Noël, Guillermina (ed.), pp. 245–2472017.
On the design of shared-decision making tools: An interview with Maggie Breslin & Ian Hargraves. Health Information Design, Noël, Guillermina (ed.), pp. 360–3682017.
The role of information design in patient safety: An interview with Jorge Frascara & Keith King. Health Information Design, Noël, Guillermina (ed.), pp. 369–3752017.
Improving the quality of healthcare data through information design. Information Visualization, Meirelles, Isabel and Katherine Gillieson (eds.), pp. 104–1222017.
Improving the quality of patient care, generally referred to as Quality Improvement (QI), is a constant mission of healthcare. Although QI initiatives take many forms, these typically involve collecting data to measure whether changes to procedures have been made as planned, and whether those… read more | Article
Information+ Conference: A necessary reflection: 16–18 June 2016 | Emily Carr University of Art & Design, Vancouver, Canada. Information Design Journal 22:3, pp. 300–3012016.
Lorri Zipperer (Editor) Knowledge management in Healthcare. Information Design Journal 21:3, pp. 300–3012014.
Design Education: Creating diagrams to help students understand complex problems. Information Design Journal 21:2, pp. 88–982014.
Although designers use diagrams as an aid to think and to communicate problems and situations in their practice and although some leading institutions have used them in their teaching, many design schools have not yet incorporated diagramming in their programs. This article proposes the use of… read more | Article
Evaluation and design of a blood components transfusion request form. Healthcare Information, Simlinger, Peter (ed.), pp. 241–2492010.