This visualisation is concerned with the work of people (healthcare staff) in a single bedded ward setting. It allows all three data sets from the workshop activities to be collectively represented visually.
It has been produced to visualise the data gathered from participants during the workshop activity in Grampian and Lanarkshire with regards to their perceived location of risk and high-risk pathogen sites within this setting.
In this visualisation a digital representation of the same single bedded ward shown to participants during these workshops is used. As the video plays green and red pins appear at various locations throughout the space. Down the left hand side of the image the highlighted text switches between various job roles. This highlighted text relates directly to the green and red pins appearing in the space.
So, when “Risk: Patient Reps” is highlighted, the green pins on display are all of those placed by all the Patient reps who participated in the workshops from both Grampian and Lanarkshire.
As the image changes to represent the time lapse shown to participants during these workshops, the green and red pins in the space also change to show those placed by participants in response to this second image.
At this stage information panels start to appear from the individual pins. These panels show 3D representations of the pathogen models created by participants. These then change to show some of the direct quotes from participants. This allows three data sets to be shown simultaneously in one visual representation.
Observers would not be able to navigate around this visualisation but would instead watch it play as a video, much as is shown here.
The visualisation allows the viewer to gain insight into the personal perception of other health care professionals working within a single bedded ward. This allows access to the working pattern of other people and their concern for the risk and high-risk pathogen sites within this space.