The Power of Paint to Change Policy
Tuesday | September 21, 2021
Artist Regina Holliday shares her experience advocating for patients by painting murals and artwork. She discusses art tactics that draw attention to challenging topics like electronic medical records access and end of life care. She explains the advocacy movement “The Walking Gallery,” in which medical providers and patient advocates wear “patient story” paintings on the backs of business suit jackets.
Discover the importance of patient access to the electronic health record
Understand the effect of visual imagery on health literacy as well as formation of health policy
Explain the power of unique patient narratives for supporting a better understanding of care transitions and the power of narrative to affect policy