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However, the goal of an infographic is to give pertinent information at a glance.

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• How will we be evaluated?
Each section, including a statement of problem, etiology, features of the illness, psychosocial processes, biological underpinnings, and recommendations, will have equal worth.
• Do we need citations?
No.
If you would like to include citations, you have the option of choosing to include a reference section at the bottom of the infographic in a smaller font. You may use in-text citations, but please use numerical format if you choose to do this. Some infographics simply provide links to the sources in a small reference section at the bottom of the infographic in a smaller font. Alternatively, you can provide references on a separate page in the style format of your discipline.
• How do I make an infographic?
There are many tools that you can use to create an infographic. Canva (using the free templates) is quite user-friendly. You can also use PowerPoint.
• Is there a word count?
No. It is important to note that you should try to minimize text where possible.
• Is there a size limit?
No. However, the goal of an infographic is to give pertinent information at a glance. Think about where you see infographics. E.g. On the bus or at bus stops, in a doctor’s office etc. Use these settings as inspiration. You are also welcome to keep your infographic to standard poster size.
• Does the disorder have to be stress-related like the blog?
Yes
• Can I use the same topic/disorder I write about in the blog?
No
• Do the mechanisms have to include biological mechanisms?
If possible, yes. Psychosocial factors are also encouraged.
• Can I use a topic discussed in the text?
Yes, you may as long as you are bringing something novel into the content, the textbook was published in 2014 and loads of interesting research has been published since then.
• Where do I start?
The goal of a good infographic is to address a problem and more or less “solve” it.
1. Pick a disorder that is stress-related
2. Collect data (these should comprise peer-reviewed primary sources and may also include systematic reviews and meta-analyses, and national epidemiological data banks e.g., stats can, NIH, NIDA, CAMH, CCSA etc.)
• What do I need to include?
Identify the problem
Demographic information
Symptoms
Moderating factors
Mechanism
How stress is relevant to the disorder
Treatments (or potential treatment options/solutions)
• What audience should the infographic be geared to?
Ideally, a lay audience however, we will accept those geared toward a more academic audience.
• What is an example of an infographic that you think is good?
https://www.nm.org/healthbeat/medical-advances/science-and-research/science-of-depression
https://inside-the-brain.com/2012/06/19/digital-stress-and-your-brain-infographic/ (though the text is a little small in this one)
https://www.labroots.com/trending/health-and-medicine/13854/biological-aspects-postpartum-depression

 

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