Humanities & Communication
A case study on the visual-material components of story map journals as visual, new media interactive health reporting used in population health surveillance. The story map journal is demonstrated an effective tool that visually reports, maps and tracks global support networks and health resources for post- polio (PPS) survivors.
Online Journal of Public Health Informatics
Required Publisher’s Statement
The article was originally published in v. 11 (1)(2019) of Online Journal of Public Health Informatics, an open access Wiley title, on May 30, 2019. (https://doi.org/10.5210/ojphi.v11i1.9678)
Scholarly Commons Citation
Rauch, S. (2019). Mapping PPS: A case study of story map journals for interactive health reporting. Online Journal of Public Health Informatics, 11(1).