The Re-Designing Health: Transforming Systems, Practices and Care track explores the increasing role and possibility for a wide range of design practices and methods to contribute to health care products, provision, and systems.
There is growing recognition of the increasing complexity faced by healthcare systems; critical issues and challenges include ageing populations, chronic diseases, growing drug ineffectiveness, and lack of access to comprehensive services (to name only a few examples). Concurrently design thinking, methods and practices are increasingly recognized as means of addressing complex, multi-levelled and systemic problems.
The track session brought together design academics, researchers and practitioners that are working in—and across—areas of design, medicine and health. Employing design methods, practices, and thinking to address a range of healthcare challenges—from individual product to large-scale policy. This track provided a forum for researchers, practitioners, students, and designers to provide evidence for these relationships, document challenges and successes and to provide theoretical and practical models for healthcare and design to work collaboratively to address complex healthcare problems.
Rowe, A., Jaenichen, C., Harvey, G., Sellen , K., & Vandenberg, S. (2019). Track 1.b Introduction. Conference Proceedings of the Academy for Design Innovation Management, 2(1). https://doi.org/10.33114/adim.2019.1b
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This article was originally published in Conference Proceedings of the Academy for Design Innovation Management, volume 2, issue 1, in 2019. https://doi.org/10.33114/adim.2019.1b