PAN Creates Two Whiteboard Videos to Share Findings on BC People Living with HIV Stigma Index and Positive Living, Positive Homes Studies

PAN has worked to create two whiteboard videos as knowledge translation tools for two of our community-based research studies – the BC People Living with HIV Stigma Index and Positive Living, Positive Homes. “But what are whiteboard videos?” you may ask.

Wikipedia states:

Whiteboard animation is the process of which an author physically draws and records an illustrated story using a whiteboard, or whiteboard-like surface, and marker pens. The animations frequently are aided with narration by script. ”[1]

As a knowledge translation technique, whiteboard narration is often used to explain difficult and/or detailed concepts using voiceovers and simple, clear visuals.

Please check our videos out! We would love to hear what you think:

 BC People Living with HIV Stigma Index:

BC People Living with HIV Stigma Index from PANBC on Vimeo.

Positive Living, Positive Homes:

What supports Housing and Health for PLHIV in BC? Positive Living, Positive Homes from PANBC on Vimeo.

 

Be in touch with Madeline Gallard, CBR Coordinator: madeline@pacificaidsnetwork.org 

 

[1] Wikipedia contributors. (2019, March 14). Whiteboard animation. In Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Retrieved 17:35, June 27, 2019, from https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Whiteboard_animation&oldid=887690942

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