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... and we're off. Hello everyone and welcome to tonight's #OTalk with @preston_jenny at the helm to support @GemmaOTPhD with a truly fascinating topic. Who else is joining us tonight, please say hello and don't forget the #OTalk
Dr Gemma Wells @GemmaOTPhD
Good evening everyone taking part in #OTalk I am looking forward to some interesting discussions about #photoelicitation. Please make sure that you adhere to your Code of Ethics throughout
Dr Allison Sullivan @_allisulli
RT @OTalk_: Just half an hour left until tonight's #OTalk with @GemmaOTPhD discussing #photoelicitation as a means of capturing and explori…
OTalk @OTalk_
Just some simple housekeeping before we get immersed in the chat. Please remember to use the #Otalk with all your tweets so that we can summarise the discussion.
Dr Gemma Wells @GemmaOTPhD
Q1. What do you consider to be the benefits of using photo-elicitation in occupational therapy research? #otalk
OTalk @OTalk_
Number 2 , please adhere to the Code of Ethics, this is a professional forum so don't get carried away #Otalk.
Carolina Cordero 🌈 @colourful_ot
@OTalk_ @preston_jenny @GemmaOTPhD Hello! I'm in a research-y mood already today (had a tutorial on thematic analysis where I decided I might need to completely change my themes for my project 😬 ) so good timing for a research chat! #OTalk
OTalk @OTalk_
Finally have fun #OTalk. Anyone else out there before we get into the first question? Please say hello, even if you are just lurking, you are just as important.
EmmaOT @OTBartlett
@GemmaOTPhD It can be very holistic, it allows you to find out from someone 'what matters to you' without imposing your own views and ideas #otalk
OTalk @OTalk_
Sounds like perfect timing @colourful_ot #OTalk
Sarah Fletcher-Shaw @sarahjoOT
@GemmaOTPhD I feel one of the benefits of photo-elicitation is how it crosses many traditional communication barriers #OTalk
Sarah Fletcher-Shaw @sarahjoOT
RT @OTalk_: Just some simple housekeeping before we get immersed in the chat. Please remember to use the #Otalk with all your tweets so th…
Sarah Fletcher-Shaw @sarahjoOT
#OTalk live now...
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
Hello folks! #otalk
Dr Gemma Wells @GemmaOTPhD
@sarahjoOT Absolutely! Do you have any particular barriers in mind? #otalk
Sarah Harvey @S_Harvey2
@OTalk_ Hi, I’m here at #Otalk supporting my lovely colleague Gemma and finally finding time to join!
OTalk @OTalk_
Sounds like you might have already used this methodology @sarahjoOT #OTalk
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
@GemmaOTPhD In qualitative research, it is beneficial to see a clear picture of the environments that the subjects are engaged in. #otalk
OTalk @OTalk_
Always great to have some peer support, but we really are a friendly bunch #OTalk
OTalk @OTalk_
RT @GemmaOTPhD: @sarahjoOT Absolutely! Do you have any particular barriers in mind? #otalk
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
@GemmaOTPhD It can also showcase the types of occupation the research subjects might have barriers in participating. #otalk
OTalk @OTalk_
@BillWongOT e Good evening @BillWongOT #OTalk
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
RT @OTBartlett: @GemmaOTPhD It can be very holistic, it allows you to find out from someone 'what matters to you' without imposing your own…
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
RT @sarahjoOT: @GemmaOTPhD I feel one of the benefits of photo-elicitation is how it crosses many traditional communication barriers #OTalk
Sarah Harvey @S_Harvey2
@OTalk_ Of course! Glad to be here! #Otalk
OTalk @OTalk_
Just a quick reminder of the first question for anyone joining us #OTalk
Dr Gemma Wells @GemmaOTPhD
@BillWongOT Absolutely, and photo elicitation certainly offers that #otalk
OT Child (Kat Carruthers) @OT_Child
@GemmaOTPhD Spoken interviews may not always “reach” every learning/comm style. Visual content may trigger discussion, emotions and/or help people form their thoughts. As OT’s we work with what is meaningful to the person so covering a variety of techniques is addressing that too #OTalk
Carolina Cordero 🌈 @colourful_ot
@GemmaOTPhD I feel like it could be therapeutic for the research participants, giving them a chance to use imagery as a way of expressing their emotions without having to explain in words which can be more difficult #OTalk
OTalk @OTalk_
@sarahjoOT @OTBartlett @otalk Then you might have some things to share with us too #OTalk
OTalk @OTalk_
RT @OT_Child: @GemmaOTPhD Spoken interviews may not always “reach” every learning/comm style. Visual content may trigger discussion, emotio…
OTalk @OTalk_
RT @colourful_ot: @GemmaOTPhD I feel like it could be therapeutic for the research participants, giving them a chance to use imagery as a w…
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
RT @colourful_ot: @GemmaOTPhD I feel like it could be therapeutic for the research participants, giving them a chance to use imagery as a w…
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
RT @OT_Child: @GemmaOTPhD Spoken interviews may not always “reach” every learning/comm style. Visual content may trigger discussion, emotio…
Dr Gemma Wells @GemmaOTPhD
@OT_Child This is certainly what I found whilst conducting my study. Even those who initially could not see the point of the photographs found that they were a useful focus during conversations #OTalk
OTalk @OTalk_
RT @GemmaOTPhD: @OT_Child This is certainly what I found whilst conducting my study. Even those who initially could not see the point of t…
Margaret Spencer @margaretOT360
#OTalk means we can use it with people who are not literate
OTalk @OTalk_
RT @margaretOT360: #OTalk means we can use it with people who are not literate https://t.co/FnFka9ZofQ
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
RT @margaretOT360: #OTalk means we can use it with people who are not literate https://t.co/FnFka9ZofQ
Sarah Fletcher-Shaw @sarahjoOT
@OTalk_ No I haven’t personally, but o went to a presentation given by @OTBartlett who utilises this methodology #OTalk
Dr Gemma Wells @GemmaOTPhD
@colourful_ot This is certainly a benefit of using photographs, although within photo-elicitation there is a requirement for the participants to explore the photographs with you as only they can explain the true meaning. Perhaps written explanations could be an option #OTalk
EmmaOT @OTBartlett
@OT_Child @GemmaOTPhD Yes, and asking someone to take photos that will help them to explain something to you becomes a meaningful occupation too #otalk
Dr Gemma Wells @GemmaOTPhD
Let us move on to Q2: What do you think might be the challenges of using photo-elicitation in occupational therapy research? #OTalk
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
RT @GemmaOTPhD: @colourful_ot This is certainly a benefit of using photographs, although within photo-elicitation there is a requirement fo…
OTalk @OTalk_
And now for our second question of the night #OTalk
OT Child (Kat Carruthers) @OT_Child
@GemmaOTPhD I’m in the process of narrowing my own research methodology - it is on the shortlist. Whilst as an interviewer you try not to lead the pp, tone of voice and other unintentional variables can be suggestive. Imagery is standardised reducing researcher influence - a positive #OTalk
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
@GemmaOTPhD Unlike a video, it is only a snapshot. So it might not capture potential interactions as well as observation or video can. #otalk
The OT Hub @theOThub
@OTalk_ Good evening from The OT Hub Team! Our Student Engagement Lead @BethjmOT and LD Lead @CommunityLD_OT are #OTalk regulars. But our Director @jamiegrantOT is a newbie!
Sarah Harvey @S_Harvey2
@GemmaOTPhD @OT_Child Did people use photos to express themselves in how they framed their photos ? #Otalk
Margaret Spencer @margaretOT360
There are so many individual interpretations it’s almost impossible to generalise #OTalk
EmmaOT @OTBartlett
oops I forgot the #otalk
OTalk @OTalk_
@theOThub @BethjmOT @CommunityLD_OT @jamiegrantOT Welcome @jamiegrantOT, you've picked a great night to join in #OTalk
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
RT @margaretOT360: There are so many individual interpretations it’s almost impossible to generalise #OTalk https://t.co/CgJ6Ldae6k
Dr Allison Sullivan @_allisulli
Photo-elicitation may be useful as a qualitative research technique to allow research subjects to discuss uncomfortable, taboo subjects such as abuse, trauma & disability #OTalk
OTalk @OTalk_
RT @OT_Child: @GemmaOTPhD I’m in the process of narrowing my own research methodology - it is on the shortlist. Whilst as an interviewer yo…
Dr Gemma Wells @GemmaOTPhD
@OTBartlett @OT_Child For some of my participants I was not always sure that it was a positive meaningful occupation. More a case of something they needed to do to take part in the study, the focus of which they were interested in but not necessarily the method of information collection #OTalk
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
RT @OT_Child: @GemmaOTPhD I’m in the process of narrowing my own research methodology - it is on the shortlist. Whilst as an interviewer yo…
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
RT @_allisulli: Photo-elicitation may be useful as a qualitative research technique to allow research subjects to discuss uncomfortable, ta…
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
RT @GemmaOTPhD: @OTBartlett @OT_Child For some of my participants I was not always sure that it was a positive meaningful occupation. More…
OTalk @OTalk_
@S_Harvey2 @GemmaOTPhD @OT_Child That's an interesting question @S_Harvey2 #Otalk @GemmaOTPhD
Sarah Fletcher-Shaw @sarahjoOT
@GemmaOTPhD The actual occupation of taking the photos, using the camera etc may be a barrier to some participants. #OTalk
OTalk @OTalk_
@OTBartlett It's easily done @OTBartlett, at least you realised #OTalk
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
RT @sarahjoOT: @GemmaOTPhD The actual occupation of taking the photos, using the camera etc may be a barrier to some participants. #OTalk
Dr Gemma Wells @GemmaOTPhD
@OT_Child It is, although I found that I would become interested in particular images which could have led them down a path which was not particularly at the forefront of their mind when they captured the image #OTalk
EmmaOT @OTBartlett
@OTalk_ I have found that some people that might have participated in my research and would have been happy to have a 'standard interview' were put off by the idea of taking photographs. Low confidence in their 'ability' even though I tried to reassure that this didn't matter #otalk
Carolina Cordero 🌈 @colourful_ot
@GemmaOTPhD I'd imagine more abstract concepts are difficult to depict in the form of a photo - also there's the risk of falling into stereotypes when using photos to represent groups of people (I'm thinking of things like the #NoMoreWrinklyHands hashtag in relation to older people) #OTalk
Sarah Fletcher-Shaw @sarahjoOT
@GemmaOTPhD @OTBartlett @OT_Child Which may a challenge if participants find it a burden rather than a meaningful occupation in its own right? #OTalk
Margaret Spencer @margaretOT360
I have just participated in this kind of research and I thought it was really thought provoking using a different medium #otalk
OTalk @OTalk_
Has this been your experience @GemmaOTPhD #OTalk @_allisulli
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
RT @GemmaOTPhD: @OT_Child It is, although I found that I would become interested in particular images which could have led them down a path…
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
RT @OTBartlett: @OTalk_ I have found that some people that might have participated in my research and would have been happy to have a 'stan…
OTalk @OTalk_
RT @GemmaOTPhD: @OT_Child It is, although I found that I would become interested in particular images which could have led them down a path…
Sarah Fletcher-Shaw @sarahjoOT
RT @OTalk_: And now for our second question of the night #OTalk https://t.co/chnJn7D90x
Emily Suffield @emilysuffield
In my ethnohraphy proposal there were ethical challenges around consent of others who may appear in the photographs #OTalk
Dr Gemma Wells @GemmaOTPhD
@BillWongOT Absolutely, part of overcoming this is the ability of the interviewer to help the individual explore the image (and what surrounds it) #OTalk
OTalk @OTalk_
RT @OTBartlett: @OTalk_ I have found that some people that might have participated in my research and would have been happy to have a 'stan…
Sarah Fletcher-Shaw @sarahjoOT
@OTBartlett @OTalk_ I can imagine some participants may find the thought of using a camera/new technology daunting. #otalk
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
RT @emilysuffield: In my ethnohraphy proposal there were ethical challenges around consent of others who may appear in the photographs #OTa
EmmaOT @OTBartlett
@GemmaOTPhD @OT_Child That's interesting. I think any of my potential participants that didn't 'get it' just didn't sign up to participate. I'm sure I missed out on some interesting stories. #otalk
Dr Gemma Wells @GemmaOTPhD
@S_Harvey2 @OT_Child No I don't think that they did #Otalk
OTalk @OTalk_
@margaretOT360 Now that's interesting @margaretOT360 can you share more about your experiences as a research participant with this methodology #OTalk @GemmaOTPhD
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
RT @GemmaOTPhD: @BillWongOT Absolutely, part of overcoming this is the ability of the interviewer to help the individual explore the image…
EmmaOT @OTBartlett
@sarahjoOT @OTalk_ Yes - although many many people do use a smartphone these days ! I provided cameras, but all my participants (older people) had smartphones. #otalk
Dr Gemma Wells @GemmaOTPhD
@margaretOT360 Good point. It would depend on your methodological approach as to whether this was an issue. In my study I was interested in the lived individual experience (interpretive phenomenology and feminist methodology); therefore the ability to generalise was not a requirement #OTalk
Margaret Spencer @margaretOT360
I had to choose images and describe the feelings that it gave #otalk
EmmaOT @OTBartlett
@emilysuffield Yes - me too. I had to have lots of different consent forms..... #otalk
OTalk @OTalk_
@margaretOT360 Were they your own images @margaretOT360 #OTalk @GemmaOTPhD
Dr Gemma Wells @GemmaOTPhD
@sarahjoOT Absolutely, I was unable to include women in my study that could not use a digital camera #OTalk
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
RT @colourful_ot: @GemmaOTPhD I'd imagine more abstract concepts are difficult to depict in the form of a photo - also there's the risk of…
OTalk @OTalk_
@GeorgiaS_OTS Hello @GeorgiaS_OTS, thank you for joining us #Otalk
Margaret Spencer @margaretOT360
No they were provided by the researcher #otalk. There were about 30 different images including colours and textures
Sarah Fletcher-Shaw @sarahjoOT
@GemmaOTPhD A definite consideration #OTalk
OTalk @OTalk_
@GemmaOTPhD Are we ready for the next question now #Otalk
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@margaretOT360 Now I'm fascinated but don't want to interrupt the flow of the conversation #OTalk @GemmaOTPhD
EmmaOT @OTBartlett
@colourful_ot @GemmaOTPhD Yes, we have a standard cultural view of photography , photos are taken to show someone, or to keep a memory. Using a photo to depict something abstract was new to my participants. I provided guidance and some photos taken were surprisingly abstract afterwards ! #otalk
Dr Gemma Wells @GemmaOTPhD
@colourful_ot A key part of photo elicitation is the interview where the participants discuss their photos; the nature of their images (abstract or otherwise) only need to be meaningful to them. Having people take their own photos also means that they choose how they are represented #OTalk
Dr Allison Sullivan @_allisulli
#OTalk I imagine criticism of photo-elicitation as a research method includes some of the same issues identified in any quantitative research: generalizability, bias etc. Also, photos are typically understood as art, rather than as research.
OTalk @OTalk_
RT @GemmaOTPhD: @colourful_ot A key part of photo elicitation is the interview where the participants discuss their photos; the nature of t…
OTalk @OTalk_
RT @_allisulli: #OTalk I imagine criticism of photo-elicitation as a research method includes some of the same issues identified in any qua…
Sarah Fletcher-Shaw @sarahjoOT
@margaretOT360 That’s interesting... most photo-elicitation research I have seen has involved the participant taking the photographs #OTalk
Dr Gemma Wells @GemmaOTPhD
@margaretOT360 That was the feedback that I received from the women in my study #OTalk
OTalk @OTalk_
RT @sarahjoOT: @margaretOT360 That’s interesting... most photo-elicitation research I have seen has involved the participant taking the pho…
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
RT @GemmaOTPhD: @colourful_ot A key part of photo elicitation is the interview where the participants discuss their photos; the nature of t…
Sarah Fletcher-Shaw @sarahjoOT
RT @GemmaOTPhD: @colourful_ot A key part of photo elicitation is the interview where the participants discuss their photos; the nature of t…
Dr Gemma Wells @GemmaOTPhD
@OTalk_ @_allisulli Indeed it has - I think there is less pressure felt in the interview because they have been able to think about what they will discuss in advance and it is easier to speak when you focus on the image and not eye contact #OTalk
Carolina Cordero 🌈 @colourful_ot
@GemmaOTPhD Oh definitely when people take their own photos - I was thinking of the kind of study @margaretOT360 was describing where researchers provide photos for participants to respond to, in that situation you'd need to be careful about choice of images and what they imply #OTalk
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
@GemmaOTPhD @OTalk_ @_allisulli For sure in many cases with autism. Eye contact is a frequent issue with this population when you use them as subjects. #otalk
Dr Gemma Wells @GemmaOTPhD
Very interesting discussions going on. Time to move on to Q3. How do you think that the process of photo-elicitation could be used in occupational therapy practice? #OTalk
Sarah Harvey @S_Harvey2
@GemmaOTPhD Are there any limitations on what can be photographed? Consent issues etc. Are you limited in what images you can use in research data collection? #otalk
EmmaOT @OTBartlett
@sarahjoOT @margaretOT360 I came across a useful article that outlines 3 types of photoelicitation interview. One of which is where the researcher provides the photos. Bates etal 2017 'Beyond words', a researcher guide to photoelicitation in psychology. #otalk
OTalk @OTalk_
Time is disappearing as always so here is our third question for discussion @GemmaOTPhD #OTalk
OTalk @OTalk_
RT @S_Harvey2: @GemmaOTPhD Are there any limitations on what can be photographed? Consent issues etc. Are you limited in what images you ca…
Dr Gemma Wells @GemmaOTPhD
@colourful_ot @margaretOT360 Definitely! #OTalk
OTalk @OTalk_
Thank you @sarahjoOT for this helpful reference @GemmaOTPhD #OTalk
Sarah Fletcher-Shaw @sarahjoOT
RT @OTalk_: Time is disappearing as always so here is our third question for discussion @GemmaOTPhD #OTalk https://t.co/V18FFevNhG
Dr Gemma Wells @GemmaOTPhD
@S_Harvey2 Yes and I am yet to negotiate all of these in terms of ethical approval. In my study I asked the women not to take photos of other people or personal items that would identify them #OTalk
Sarah Fletcher-Shaw @sarahjoOT
Thankyou @OTBartlett reading to do for me! #OTalk
Dr Allison Sullivan @_allisulli
@GemmaOTPhD @OTalk_ I saw a presentation this past spring from a PhD student working w @Tchamp13. She used Photovoice to have subjects photograph items that had meaning to them as it related to their experiences as adoptive parents of children w significant trauma he & emotional disturbance #OTalk
Dr Gemma Wells @GemmaOTPhD
@OTBartlett @sarahjoOT @margaretOT360 I used that article! #OTalk
Carolina Cordero 🌈 @colourful_ot
@GemmaOTPhD Alternative to a time-use diary! I know I'd find it hard to take written notes of my activities for a day but taking a quick picture every hour or so seems more manageable (and probably provides more detail) #OTalk
OT Child (Kat Carruthers) @OT_Child
@OTBartlett @sarahjoOT @margaretOT360 Yes! I think the multiple types of photo-elicitation as a method each come with their own challenges. It’s difficult to comment without the specific parameters of the study #OTalk
Carol Percy @DrCarolPercy
RT @OTalk_: And now for our second question of the night #OTalk https://t.co/chnJn7D90x
OTalk @OTalk_
Sounds like further endorsement of the value of this paper @GemmaOTPhD #OTalk
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
@GemmaOTPhD Sometimes it can be powerful for motivating the patients to get back to where they once was... in a setting like adult rehab, for example. #otalk
Dr Gemma Wells @GemmaOTPhD
@OTBartlett @colourful_ot In my experience those abstract photos led to some of the most interesting conversations #OTalk
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
RT @OT_Child: @OTBartlett @sarahjoOT @margaretOT360 Yes! I think the multiple types of photo-elicitation as a method each come with their o…
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
RT @colourful_ot: @GemmaOTPhD Alternative to a time-use diary! I know I'd find it hard to take written notes of my activities for a day but…
Sarah Fletcher-Shaw @sarahjoOT
@GemmaOTPhD I think if it is already or had previously been a meaningful occupation to the individual it could be used on many levels, for example as a therapeutic activity individually or in a group or as an alternative to a diary.... with many individuals #OTalk
Emily Suffield @emilysuffield
Perhaps clients could take photos as part of a time-use diary type intervention to help stimulate discussion around how they felt during activities? #OTalk
EmmaOT @OTBartlett
@_allisulli @GemmaOTPhD @OTalk_ @Tchamp13 Photovoice is another interesting methodology that uses photographs, but is different from photoelicitation. I get asked about using photovoice all the time, so at a recent presentation I included this slide to explain (my interpretation!) #otalk https://t.co/l3iYDwsGKc
OTalk @OTalk_
Apologies @OTBartlett, thank you for providing the reference #Otalk
OTalk @OTalk_
RT @emilysuffield: Perhaps clients could take photos as part of a time-use diary type intervention to help stimulate discussion around how…
OTalk @OTalk_
RT @OTBartlett: @_allisulli @GemmaOTPhD @OTalk_ @Tchamp13 Photovoice is another interesting methodology that uses photographs, but is diffe…
Sarah Harvey @S_Harvey2
@GemmaOTPhD This process in itself could impact on how significant people in their lives get discussed? #otalk
Margaret Spencer @margaretOT360
We also had a discussion about images that created an adverse reaction and I didn’t choose #otalk
Dr Gemma Wells @GemmaOTPhD
RT @OTBartlett: @_allisulli @GemmaOTPhD @OTalk_ @Tchamp13 Photovoice is another interesting methodology that uses photographs, but is diffe…
Sarah Fletcher-Shaw @sarahjoOT
Excellent summary of photovoice vs photoelicitation @OTBartlett #OTalk
EmmaOT @OTBartlett
@OTalk_ No problem ! :) Happy to share #otalk
OT Child (Kat Carruthers) @OT_Child
@sarahjoOT @GemmaOTPhD A difficult balance. If a previously meaningful occupation with perhaps training in the field -could it lead to a focus on the artistic merits of the composition and image itself if the pp was taking and detract from the provoking content? Hard! I don’t know the answer! #OTalk
Dr Allison Sullivan @_allisulli
@sarahjoOT @GemmaOTPhD I think it is useful even if it was not a prior occupation. I think OTs should be trying to offer the opportunity to develop new occupations to our clients, especially to people who associate many familiar occupations w previous trauma #OTalk
OTalk @OTalk_
RT @_allisulli: @sarahjoOT @GemmaOTPhD I think it is useful even if it was not a prior occupation. I think OTs should be trying to offer th…
Dr Gemma Wells @GemmaOTPhD
@OTBartlett @_allisulli @OTalk_ @Tchamp13 There are some very interesting studies out there that have used photo-voice and I can certainly see a place for it in occupational therapy practice with communities of people #OTalk
Dr Allison Sullivan @_allisulli
RT @OTBartlett: @_allisulli @GemmaOTPhD @OTalk_ @Tchamp13 Photovoice is another interesting methodology that uses photographs, but is diffe…
OTalk @OTalk_
RT @GemmaOTPhD: @OTBartlett @_allisulli @OTalk_ @Tchamp13 There are some very interesting studies out there that have used photo-voice and…
OTalk @OTalk_
I'm aware of the time @GemmaOTPhD are we ready for Q4 #OTalk
EmmaOT @OTBartlett
@S_Harvey2 @GemmaOTPhD I agree there are ethical issues to consider, but if someone wants to discuss something and they understand that they can depict it in an abstract way - it can be discussed. A photo of a toy, could represent a child they want to discuss for example #otalk
Dr Gemma Wells @GemmaOTPhD
@S_Harvey2 Indeed, although I was particularly interested in looking at the activities that the women completed when they were at home alone so I was able to justify these restrictions #OTalk
Margaret Spencer @margaretOT360
I have used it with people with LD clarify how confident they felt in different situations. They choose a picture of confident and not confident and we took a photo of where they stood before on a continuum before and after the group #otalk
Dr Gemma Wells @GemmaOTPhD
@_allisulli @sarahjoOT One of the women in my study was given a digital camera after taking part in my study - new occupation! #OTalk
OTalk @OTalk_
RT @margaretOT360: I have used it with people with LD clarify how confident they felt in different situations. They choose a picture of con…
Sarah Harvey @S_Harvey2
@GemmaOTPhD Record of achieved goals, ‘outcome’ photos or used as part of assessment, gathering information/photo narratives. List could be endless! #otalk
OTalk @OTalk_
RT @S_Harvey2: @GemmaOTPhD Record of achieved goals, ‘outcome’ photos or used as part of assessment, gathering information/photo narratives…
Dr Gemma Wells @GemmaOTPhD
Q4. What factors do you think need to be considered when using photo-elicitation in practice? #OTalk
ed sum 🏳️‍🌈 @musedNeuroOT
RT @OTBartlett: @_allisulli @GemmaOTPhD @OTalk_ @Tchamp13 Photovoice is another interesting methodology that uses photographs, but is diffe…
OTalk @OTalk_
Now for our next question, gosh this is going really fast tonight #OTalk
Sarah Fletcher-Shaw @sarahjoOT
@_allisulli @GemmaOTPhD I agree opportunities to develop new occupations are important.. I feel it is important to balance that with being client-centred too. #OTalk
Dr Gemma Wells @GemmaOTPhD
RT @OTBartlett: @S_Harvey2 @GemmaOTPhD I agree there are ethical issues to consider, but if someone wants to discuss something and they und…
EmmaOT @OTBartlett
@OT_Child @sarahjoOT @GemmaOTPhD As long as the participant (expert or novice in photography) understands that the photo is not the data, it is the interview about the photo that is, then the 'quality' or artistic merit of the pic doesnt really matter #otalk
Margaret Spencer @margaretOT360
Same as any other practice-consent, confidentiality etc etc #otalk
Dr Allison Sullivan @_allisulli
@GemmaOTPhD @sarahjoOT Learning that a former patient, client or student has taken up a new occupation after I introduced it to them is one of my favorite experiences! I really feel as though I have done my job well when that happens #OTalk
OT Child (Kat Carruthers) @OT_Child
@OTalk_ In my field of NICU I would worry about PTSD triggers if Unit imagery was provided by the researcher to parents no longer on the unit. A visual trigger whilst being a positive of generating content could be detrimental to the wellbeing of the pp with aftercare accessible #OTalk
OTalk @OTalk_
That's a really good point @OTBartlett, it sounds like it could be easy to lose sight of this crucial difference #OTalk @GemmaOTPhD
Dr Gemma Wells @GemmaOTPhD
@OT_Child @OTalk_ Good point #OTalk
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Would you believe that we only have 10 minutes left of our #OTalk chat. Let's make the best of the time left for our final question of the night @GemmaOTPhD
Jamie Grant @jamiegrantOT
@GemmaOTPhD I've yet to work in a setting that uses photo-elicitation - could this be beneficial for individuals with verbal communication challenges? #OTalk
Sarah Harvey @S_Harvey2
@GemmaOTPhD Setting clear boundaries #otalk
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
RT @OT_Child: @OTalk_ In my field of NICU I would worry about PTSD triggers if Unit imagery was provided by the researcher to parents no lo…
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
RT @_allisulli: @GemmaOTPhD @sarahjoOT Learning that a former patient, client or student has taken up a new occupation after I introduced i…
Dr Gemma Wells @GemmaOTPhD
Gosh, where is the time going?! Q5. How might photo-elicitation be used in your research or practice? #OTalk
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
RT @OTBartlett: @OT_Child @sarahjoOT @GemmaOTPhD As long as the participant (expert or novice in photography) understands that the photo is…
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
RT @margaretOT360: Same as any other practice-consent, confidentiality etc etc #otalk https://t.co/42DOfcazZn
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
RT @sarahjoOT: @_allisulli @GemmaOTPhD I agree opportunities to develop new occupations are important.. I feel it is important to balance t…
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
RT @S_Harvey2: @GemmaOTPhD Record of achieved goals, ‘outcome’ photos or used as part of assessment, gathering information/photo narratives…
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
RT @GemmaOTPhD: @_allisulli @sarahjoOT One of the women in my study was given a digital camera after taking part in my study - new occupati…
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
RT @margaretOT360: I have used it with people with LD clarify how confident they felt in different situations. They choose a picture of con…
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
RT @GemmaOTPhD: @S_Harvey2 Indeed, although I was particularly interested in looking at the activities that the women completed when they w…
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
RT @OTBartlett: @S_Harvey2 @GemmaOTPhD I agree there are ethical issues to consider, but if someone wants to discuss something and they und…
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Thanks @GemmaOTPhD for our final question #OTalk
Dr Gemma Wells @GemmaOTPhD
@jamiegrantOT Yes, although part of the process is for them to talk about the images they have captured. However I am now thinking this could be provided in a written format ##OTalk
Sarah Fletcher-Shaw @sarahjoOT
@GemmaOTPhD Breaking down the barriers between mental and physical health.. used in the physical health setting to record recovery and mental health aspects to elicit discussion #OTalk
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
RT @_allisulli: @sarahjoOT @GemmaOTPhD I think it is useful even if it was not a prior occupation. I think OTs should be trying to offer th…
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
RT @OT_Child: @sarahjoOT @GemmaOTPhD A difficult balance. If a previously meaningful occupation with perhaps training in the field -could i…
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
RT @sarahjoOT: @GemmaOTPhD Breaking down the barriers between mental and physical health.. used in the physical health setting to record re…
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
RT @GemmaOTPhD: @jamiegrantOT Yes, although part of the process is for them to talk about the images they have captured. However I am now…
EmmaOT @OTBartlett
@OTalk_ @GemmaOTPhD I think if you were going to assess, you could ask beforehand if they could take a few pictures on their phone that will help them to explain to you what is 'at the heart of the matter' for them. Then discuss these first before doing any of the usual assessment #otalk #holistic
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
@GemmaOTPhD If family brings pictures to my work setting, sometimes that can promote patients share their stories of their past. #otalk
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RT @OTBartlett: @OTalk_ @GemmaOTPhD I think if you were going to assess, you could ask beforehand if they could take a few pictures on thei…
Jamie Grant @jamiegrantOT
@GemmaOTPhD Yes, I say verbal challenges, but visual communication is preferable to a wider set of demographics... Perhaps if this was done on a PC/laptop/iPad, the recipient could search for responding images on the web, communicating this way? If you catch my drift... #OTalk
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5 minutes remaining #OTalk @GemmaOTPhD. Time to capture those last insights everyone.
Dr Gemma Wells @GemmaOTPhD
Exactly! We can take the opportunity to exploit readily available (for many) technology #OTalk
Dr Gemma Wells @GemmaOTPhD
@jamiegrantOT That sounds like a really interesting approach to take #OTalk
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RT @GemmaOTPhD: Exactly! We can take the opportunity to exploit readily available (for many) technology #OTalk https://t.co/WgCAL7Sge2
OT Child (Kat Carruthers) @OT_Child
@OTBartlett @OTalk_ @GemmaOTPhD Yes good idea - because it will make people feel they have ownership of their care, heard and as an active rather than passive pp and should then in turn increase engagement in intervention #OTalk
Sarah Fletcher-Shaw @sarahjoOT
Food for thought tonight.. Thankyou all!! Photoelicitation and Occupational Therapy #OTalk
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RT @sarahjoOT: Food for thought tonight.. Thankyou all!! Photoelicitation and Occupational Therapy #OTalk
Dr Gemma Wells @GemmaOTPhD
RT @sarahjoOT: Food for thought tonight.. Thankyou all!! Photoelicitation and Occupational Therapy #OTalk
Jamie Grant @jamiegrantOT
@GemmaOTPhD Just thinking off the top of my head here! Little experience with communication challenges beyond stroke rehabilitation. It would appeal to the younger generations if used in an iPad perhaps #OTalk
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And that's it, I'm afraid folks. Many thanks to @GemmaOTPhD and all tonight's #OTalk participants for a thought provoking discussion. It's always great to challenge our thinking with new ideas.
Dr Gemma Wells @GemmaOTPhD
@jamiegrantOT Yes although this type of technology is favoured by many of varying ages these days so may stretch wider than you think #OTalk
Sarah Harvey @S_Harvey2
@GemmaOTPhD This week our first year students are virtually posting photos to consider what occupations they engage with in order to explore term ‘occupation’ - I guess this could be considered a type of photo elicitation? #otalk
The OT Hub @theOThub
RT @jamiegrantOT: @GemmaOTPhD Just thinking off the top of my head here! Little experience with communication challenges beyond stroke reha…
Margaret Spencer @margaretOT360
Excellent thought provoking #otalk thanks Gemma
The OT Hub @theOThub
RT @jamiegrantOT: @GemmaOTPhD Yes, I say verbal challenges, but visual communication is preferable to a wider set of demographics... Perhap…
Dr Gemma Wells @GemmaOTPhD
@S_Harvey2 It most definitely is, although perhaps we could encourage them to describe the meaning behind their images in greater detail? #OTalk
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Remember that the transcript from tonight's #OTalk will be posted later this week on the website. Great CPD evidence!! Also make use of the reflective logs and certificates https://t.co/Dnl21vqZqu
EmmaOT @OTBartlett
@OTalk_ @GemmaOTPhD Thanks @GemmaOTPhD - it has flown by :) #otalk
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Perfect timing #OTalk
Dr Gemma Wells @GemmaOTPhD
@OTalk_ Thank you for the interesting discussions. I am feeling inspired to continue my exploration of visual research methods as a result #OTalk
Jamie Grant @jamiegrantOT
RT @OTalk_: And that's it, I'm afraid folks. Many thanks to @GemmaOTPhD and all tonight's #OTalk participants for a thought provoking disc…
The OT Hub @theOThub
RT @OTalk_: Remember that the transcript from tonight's #OTalk will be posted later this week on the website. Great CPD evidence!! Also m…
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Thank you @GemmaOTPhD I think tonight has inspired several of us to investigate this methodology further in research and in practice #OTalk
Sarah Fletcher-Shaw @sarahjoOT
RT @OTalk_: Remember that the transcript from tonight's #OTalk will be posted later this week on the website. Great CPD evidence!! Also m…
Dr Gemma Wells @GemmaOTPhD
RT @OTalk_: Remember that the transcript from tonight's #OTalk will be posted later this week on the website. Great CPD evidence!! Also m…
Sarah Harvey @S_Harvey2
@GemmaOTPhD @OTalk_ Well done Gemma! I’m feeling inspired. Just need a research question now! Thanks #otalk
Jamie Grant @jamiegrantOT
@OTalk_ @GemmaOTPhD Thanks v much! My first ever #OTalk! 😊 Looking forward to being part of @theOThub and @TheOTShow co-hosted #OTalk chat on 30/10/18! Gives me a few weeks to understand/get used to the pace of the #occupationaltherapy chat!
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Thanks everyone for your contributions tonight #OTalk @preston_jenny signing off to think very carefully about my selection for day 7/7 black and white image challenge @Twitter
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