You've written a scientific paper for publication or for a presentation. That is terrific news! But the bad news is, not every reader/audience has the technical expertise you do. Hence, they may struggle in understanding your written work. Few people know the significance of findings and what the statistical equations really mean within a study. So, if you're a published author of research, a teacher, or a presenter at an upcoming conference, you just might want to find a way to make your highly technical work appear in a presentation format that speaks to a mass audience, on simpler terms.
An infographic is a great way to present your work. Huh? You may ask. What's an infographic? It is a visual graphic (chart, table) that summarizes complex data. :)
Below is a sample infographic that was created to summarize the author's most recent published research in a scientific journal. The document is being used on patient information websites and for training and conferences. This infographic helps to communicate new research findings in a consumer/patient-friendly way. It can be printed as hand-outs, or used in a slide show. We think you'll like it. This is just a sample.
Vellichor Research can develop a custom infographic for you, too. Please use our Price Quote Request Form and tell us a little bit about your project so we can provide you a proposal for our services.
Doreen Lewis, PhD, is owner of Vellichor Research in sunny Florida. Vellichor Research serves small to large businesses, government, medical facilities, educational institutions, non-profits, entrepreneurs, and community organizations with primary and secondary research, technical and creative writing, RFPs, grant-writing, market studies, surveys and presentations.