February 21, 2017
- Great Feedback: VCH Hand Hygiene Refresh
November 21, 2016
- REGISTER Human-Centred Design Workshops for Digital Health Companies
October 5, 2016
- TreatGX Proves Feasible
The Health Design Lab, with funding from Kids Brain Health Network, is collaborating with Investigators from the Sleep/Wake Behaviour Clinic and Research Lab at BC Children’s Hospital and Simon Fraser University on their “Sleep/ Wake Application (SWAPP)” for children with various neurodevelopmental conditions.
Integral to the Health Design Lab’s research process and methodology, co-creation is the creative act of making, telling and enacting, wherein designers prompt participants to interpret and answer ambiguous questions; discuss problems; describe future experiences, concerns or opportunities; make artifacts or “things”; and create prototypes.
Carrying on from the success of our collaboration in 2015/16 the Pacific Autism Family Network Foundation and The Michael Smith Foundation for Health Research are again partnering with the Health Design Lab at Emily Carr during the 2016/17 school year along with BCIT, UBC, UVic, and BC Children’s Hospital Research Institute for a project bringing researchers and families together for co-creation workshops.