The impact of visual medical illustrations government hospitals located in Kampala Central Division.
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The study involved understanding the impact of visual medical illustrations in Mulago hospital. The researcher presents an enriched background about illustration. That is to say, following Chronology. Starting from illustration in the western world and narrowing down to Africa and then Uganda in particular. The background also presented illustration in relation to Mulago hospital and understanding the background of this hospital as a public/ government administered entity. In the same way, the researcher then presented objectives which guided the whole process of gathering, recording and analyzing the information got. The objectives then guided the researcher to come up with the research questions. The main use of the objectives was to guide the researcher to cameup with research questions. The main use of the questions is to guide the data collection methods in chapter three. Under each question, other questions come up as the researcher wanted to get to the core of the information. The study also presented a scope which was categorized into about four sections that is to say; content, Historical, Geographical and time scope. Under this was the statement of the problem which alights on what the topic is about which. The researcher is worried about presents the problem and suggests the possible solution to it. The research also presents chapter four which involves presenting of findings in the field, the researcher used tables to compare the findings and percentages in relation to the total number of the respondents. In this chapter, as following the guidance of the set research objectives and research questions, the researcher followed the observation method to present a number of images titled as plates. Each finding in this chapter answered a certain research objective. These plates are accompanied with texts below each to clarify what is being communicated by the researcher. The research was then concluded with a list of recommendations and views by the researcher himself.