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How many words does a picture really tell? A cross-sectional descriptive study of pictogram evaluation in youth

  • At: Amsterdam (the Netherlands) (2012)
  • Type: Poster
  • By: VAILLANCOURT, Regis (Children's Hospital Eastern Ontatio, Pharmacy, Ottawa, Canada)
  • Co-author(s): Korenevsky, A. (Children's Hospital Eastern Ontatio, Ottawa, Canada)
    Dr. Pouliot, A. (Children's Hospital Eastern Ontatio, Ottawa, Canada)
    Revol, M. (Children's Hospital Eastern Ontatio, Ottawa, Canada)
    Besançon, L. (International Pharmaceutical Federation, The Hague, Netherlands)
  • Abstract:

    Communication using pictograms is useful but pictograms can be interpreted in different ways. It is thus useful to understand which pictogram components are best at communicating the right message through a semiology-based survey.

    To catalogue pictograms used to label drugs in clinical practice and identify the key common


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