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Course: communication for provider and patient
PhotoVoice is a participatory action model in which participants/learners take photographs that answer important questions. Recall the lifespan communication material we covered and how older adults are sometimes made to feel silenced or dismissed in medical interactions. For this assignment take a photograph that represents a time you felt silenced or dismissed.
My photo: taking at Hanes Mall on 11/9/2020, I felt sad about business and economics impacted by COVID-19. Many booths and stores were closed due to COVID19. I do not know how the booth owners how to survive in the tough year. Everyone had to wear mask in the mall. As of today, we are still under COVID-19 circumstance. ¨
Please answer the questions below.
1. What do you see in the photograph? (this means literally –a hat, a cat, a bat, black, green, descriptors)
2. What is really happening in the photograph? (this means what do the things in the photo graph represent — a shadow for a feeling of sadness, etc.)
3. How could the feelings, thoughts, or experiences represented to the photograph relate to what it’s like to be an older adult patient and how can providers help prevent patients from feeling this way?

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