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The Conversations Project

  What is The Conversations Project?   The project is a visual communicator, that helps those who’s loved ones are either terminally ill or reaching the end of their life-span. So they can discuss end of life care.  This was a short project exploring ways of educating loved ones of the negative effects of DNACPR on loved ones who would be better off without it.

What is The Conversations Project?

The project is a visual communicator, that helps those who’s loved ones are either terminally ill or reaching the end of their life-span. So they can discuss end of life care.

This was a short project exploring ways of educating loved ones of the negative effects of DNACPR on loved ones who would be better off without it.

 Artwork of these notes would be placed around Hospices and hospitals. Specifically in waiting areas, and locations that loved ones will spend a lot of time in.  They’d spark interest in family and friends, who will hopefully speak to a doctor that can give them more information (Specifically about DNACPR, which is hinted at in each note). Which then leads to thoughts about discussing things with their loved one, such as DNACPR forms.  Patients who see the notes could also write their own, that express how they would like their wishes to be respected. This could then be given to loved ones who can then in turn start discussing end of life care.  If the family is comfortable with it, they could then share these notes on social media, along with the discussion they had with their loved one. This could help spread the message to a wider audience.

Artwork of these notes would be placed around Hospices and hospitals. Specifically in waiting areas, and locations that loved ones will spend a lot of time in.

They’d spark interest in family and friends, who will hopefully speak to a doctor that can give them more information (Specifically about DNACPR, which is hinted at in each note). Which then leads to thoughts about discussing things with their loved one, such as DNACPR forms.

Patients who see the notes could also write their own, that express how they would like their wishes to be respected. This could then be given to loved ones who can then in turn start discussing end of life care.

If the family is comfortable with it, they could then share these notes on social media, along with the discussion they had with their loved one. This could help spread the message to a wider audience.

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   Read more here    The project was part of a bigger brief for healthcare, and also part of the Moth project at Falmouth University.     Moth

Read more here

The project was part of a bigger brief for healthcare, and also part of the Moth project at Falmouth University. 

Moth