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A presentation for use at information kiosks by the patients at the health centre.

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A02 - Analysis Introduction I intend to create a presentation for use at information kiosks by the patients at the health centre. This is going to be situated just outside the door of the health centre, which is used mainly during the hours when the centre is not going to be open. It could also be used when the centre is open though. It is going to be a touch screen device and will inform people about the different aspects of the centre. Analysis End Users: The organisation I am working for is the Beacon Health Centre. It is a centre based on a group practice with six doctors and 11300 patients on role. There are also practice nurses, a physiotherapist and a psychotherapist. They provide a NHS service, which offers many different extra clinics and help. They have an Emergency Doctor and they also have midwives and counselling services available. They have disabled access for all the patients and they do not allow smoking or eating in the building. Their customers are the people who need the help. The organisation promotes itself mostly by word of mouth of the customers. ...read more.

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They will also have to make sure the information is correct before it is put onto the computer system. The things that will be put into the Presentation are: * Pictures from the Internet * Staff details * NHS logo * Opening times * Clinics information * Emergency Doctor * Policies * Contact information * Map [Location] DATA TO BE STORED: The things that will need to be stored for the future could be a survey, which has been conducted about the presentation, which could be used to improve it in the future. The information being stored will be held on Hard Drives or Discs (RAM). The things that will be stored are: * Pictures from the Internet * Staff details * NHS logo * Opening times * Clinics information * Emergency Doctor * Policies * Contact information * Map [Location] OUTPUT PRODUCED: The end result can be seen as a presentation that includes information about the health centre. It will also feature the logo. It will be on a screen monitor. All the information that will be shown are: * Pictures from the Internet * Staff details * NHS logo * Opening times * Clinics information * Emergency Doctor * ...read more.

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This would suit lots more people. Any other paper methods could be completed by hand rather than on the computer. This would be a reasonable method for something which only needs to be produced once or can be photocopied, but things that need to be personalised to the particular reader, cannot be done by hand. Writing and drawing a leaflet or poster is much more time consuming than when it is done on the computer and cannot easily be edited. But if a computer is not available to you, then it would need to be done by hand. Conclusion: Based on all the alternative methods that I have come up with, I think that the other methods would be much less effective and would be harder to control and manage. With a computerised presentation, it is easy for the web master to change and update things which have to be changed over a longer period of time and emergency changes. The touch screen will be very simple for everyone to use and most people would be physically able to work it. It also keeps up with the latest technology and it is meets most of the end user's needs. ?? ?? ?? ?? ...read more.

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