This video was produced in 2010 as part of Bachelor thesis. My BA research aimed to discover the effect of motion graphics in the visualization of medical information compared to traditional face-to-face lecture presentation, especially in gynecology. The goal was to create an animated educative short film to illustrate the basic information needed during pregnancy. The sample was made abour "Pre-eclampsia". This research was conducted through social studies to first gather information about the needs of the illiterate, or low literacy women in Egypt. The outcome was then tested to know the most convenient way for them to know more about pregnancy. As results, there were not any significant difference between oral presentation and watching the animated video for a short term. However the visual memory of those who saw the video reached more than 90%. Therefore it was suggested that the combination of methods would be a perfect solution for short and long term memory of those informations.
Research and video production by: Mona Diab
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