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Conference Presentation: Destination: Patient Outcomes – Our Journey to Improving Patient Care

Using Infographics to Visualize Outcomes: Why Pictures are Worth More Than 1,000 Words (And How to Create Them Now)

Monday, January 22
3:30 PM - 4:30 PM
Location: Palazzo B-C

Physician Credits: 1.0

Nursing CE Credits: 1.0

Pharmacy Credits: 1.0

ACPE UAN: 0809-9999-18-088-L04-P (Knowledge)

You’re not a graphic designer, but you’ve got mastery of the subject matter and great insights into the data. How do you translate that into a visually appealing and professional-looking package that will wow your colleagues and stakeholders?

Outcomes reports are rapidly evolving to become more visually appealing, and it’s not just cosmetic. The text-heavy documents of the past are giving way to streamlined and carefully organized reports – often in PowerPoint – that apply smart graphical approaches to data visualization of key insights. Today, a large body of outcomes data can be digested rapidly and quickly communicated using essentially, pictures.

You’ve probably experimented with infographics and data visualization at this point, but how do you take this to the next level? The good news is that no special tools are required, and you’ve already got the wherewithal to translate your insights into graphics with just a few common sense approaches.

This session will include interactive, hands-on experience and will cover many practical aspects of developing outcomes-related infographics, starting with a review of best-practice examples from around the continuing education community; key tips for simplifying and streamlining existing charts, graphs and other data sets; where to find vector graphics (icons) and how to easily process and incorporate them; how to use PowerPoint to visualize data; and how to use free online tools such as Venngage, Canva, and others to rapidly create engaging infographic stories.

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Tina B. Stacy

Senior Vice President, Educational Strategy and General Manager, Oncology
Clinical Care Options, LLC
Canton, Georgia

Tina B. Stacy, PharmD, BCOP, CHCP
Senior Vice President, Educational Strategy
General Manager, Oncology
Clinical Care Options, LLC

Dr Tina B. Stacy serves as Senior Vice President, Educational Strategy and General Manager, Oncology with Clinical Care Options, LLC (CCO). In this role, Dr Stacy is responsible for the conceptualization, execution, and measurement of hematology/oncology education. In addition, she is charged with identifying and implementing strategies for cross-team efficiency, innovation, and partnership.

Prior to joining CCO, Dr Stacy served in a number of positions throughout the Conisus organization including Chief Strategy Officer, Conisus; President, Educational Concepts Group; and President, Envision Communications. Her responsibilities included development and implementation of scientific strategy, grants, and outcomes strategy and analysis.

Preceding her career in medical education, Dr Stacy was Clinical Oncology Pharmacy Coordinator for the Blood and Marrow Transplant Group of Georgia. A graduate of the Medical College of Virginia, Dr Stacy completed her hematology/oncology residency at H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center in Tampa, Florida. Dr Stacy has authored several abstracts, articles, and posters presented at meetings held by the ACEhp, ASCO, and ASH. She received the 2012 Brian P. Russell Exemplary CME Professional award.

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Jason Everly

Director, Program Development (Oncology) and Educational Impact
Clinical Care Options, LLC
West Chester, Ohio

Jason Everly, PharmD, BCOP, CHCP is an oncology pharmacist and experienced professional educator providing consulting and medical writing services for live and online learning targeting hematology/oncology healthcare professionals, patients, and caregivers.

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