How to Handle Emergencies more Efficiently
It is the responsibility of General Practitioners to cater the needs of their patients. They should be able to assess them during emergencies. One way to do this is to practice effective communication, which means, GP should be able to understand their patients regardless of their conditions. This is not about luck. This is about expertise. Check this infographic from CME4LIFE.
Visual Communication - 60%
Design - 55%
Content/Script - 60%
Usability - 65%
This infographic presents a list of tips to strengthen emergency management. The items are clearly labeled, and each is accompanied by a photograph. For the first half of the infographic, the photographs help to visually communicate the action of the associated text (later in the infographic, the photographs lose some clarity of meaning). Many of the photos have a consistent composition and visual approach, which does help to build consistency through the piece. The list items are clear and build a natural progression. However, the associated body copy is a bit lengthy for this genre, and a reader might not be able to immediately discern the essential pieces of information. Overall, there's a lot of helpful information here, and a bit more focus could help it achieve its highest impact. We'd give this a D.