Full Integration of Design into Patient Centered Care at Cincinnati Children's Hospital

 

The July CCTST Grand Rounds, held on July 19, 2019, featured:

  • Craig Vogel, FIDSA, FRSA, Associate Dean for College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning (DAAP), University of Cincinnati, and Co-founder of the Live Well Collaborative 
  • Linda Dunseath, Executive Director, Live Well Collaborative  

Craig and Linda presented: “Full Integration of Design into Patient Centered Care at Cincinnati Children's Hospital?”

The Live Well Collaborative follows a design thinking/translational research model that utilizes user-centered research to develop product, service and system solutions for living well across the lifespan, with an expertise in the 50 plus consumer market.

Presentation Learning Objectives:

  1. Through case study examples learn how the design process is used to impact patient centered care
  2. Begin to use a mapping tool to organize your own team challenge for a future Design Thinking 101 workshop

Target Audience: Physicians, healthcare practitioners, researchers, community health advocates

Click here for a PDF of the presented material. 

 

Post date: June 25, 2019