The Design of Card Game for Leukemia Children Based on Narrative Design
The mental health of leukemia children triggers more and more attention. It is emergency for medical staff to help leukemia children to establish a suitable perception of treatment so that children could have faith and build trust to the doctors and nurses. This study aims to help leukemia children to establish a suitable perception through a set of card game designed with narrative method. Researchers designed the game with questionnaire method and tested it by participant-observation. The result of the test showed the playability of the game and verified the possibility of communicating the medical information to the participants.
KeywordsLeukemia children Narrative design Treatment perception
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