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Article: Volume 48 Number 9 Page 752 - October 2021

  Dent Update 2021; 48: 752-758  Read article

Patient Communication:  A patient information video for treatment under intravenous conscious sedation: considerations, challenges and prospects

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Abstract: This article describes the use of a newly developed animation for the delivery of patient information pertinent to dental treatment performed under intravenous conscious sedation, and provides an understanding of how digital health-related information impacts upon the patient experience. This article provides insight into the rationale for using animation as a means to deliver healthcare-related information, the process undertaken to develop this animation and how the themes and imagery in the animation can be used more broadly to further enhance the patient experience in primary and secondary dental care settings.

Clinical relevance: This article outlines the process of developing an animation for patient information and the impact animation can have upon patient experience locally as an aid to delivering instructions.

Author notes: Harjit Tagar, BDS, MFDS, MClin Dent, CCST, MSurgDent, RCS (Eng), DDipSed, Consultant Oral Surgeon, Department of Oral Surgery; Omesh Modgill, BDS, M Oral Surg, RCS (Eng), Specialist Oral Surgeon; Jashme Patel, BDS (Hons), MFDS, RCS (Ed), M Oral Surg, RCS(Eng), Consultant Oral Surgeon, Julie Edwards, BSc, BDS, MSc, MSCD, RCS (Eng), Consultant in Special Care Dentistry; Olamide Obisesan, BDS, FDS, RCS (Eng), DDipDSed, Clinical Lead and Consultant Oral Surgeon, Kings College Dental Hospital, London. email: harjittagar@nhs.net

Objective: The reader should understand the rationale and process of developing an animation for the purposes of patient education.

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