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Health Design Showcase 2019

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Culture Of Care Workshop Little Mountain Place

Join us for an evening of short presentations from Emily Carr University students working on health-related design projects.

When

10 Apr 2019 5:30PM – 9:00PM

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Rennie Hall

The Health Design Lab at is hosting a Health Design Showcase! The evening will feature a series of short presentations from Emily Carr University students working on health-related design projects. A variety of projects will be highlighted, including Health Design Lab projects (funded through industry and community partners) and student projects (from our undergraduate Med+ course). This event is open to the public.

Schedule:

5:30-6:30pm Open showcase

6:30-8:00pm Project Presentations by Emily Carr University Students

8:00-9:00pm Open showcase

Presentations:

5 Health Design Lab Projects

  • Zeitgeist Project + Research Study: A storytelling project with residents and design students — A collaboration with Vancouver Coastal Health & The University of British Columbia
  • Shifting the Culture of Care: Understanding the perspectives of individuals living in care homes — A collaboration with Vancouver Coastal Health
  • Mature Women's Health Program: co-designing a new program for women 45-70 years of age — A collaboration with BC Women's Hospital + Health Centre
  • Avenues of Change — Squamish: Engaging with Squamish families and stakeholders to develop action strategies for improving childhood development in the area — A collaboration with the United Way of the Lower Mainland + The Social Planning and Research Council of B.C.
  • Translational Research in User Experience Design for Personalized Health — A collaboration with Molecular You

Student Med+ Course Projects

  • Intersection Info-Session

Mike Severloh

  • CHIBAL: Taichi Ball Bluetooth Speaker

Matthew Chen

  • BumbleCheck Child-Centered Glucose Monitoring

Michelle Chan

  • Bye Box Mindful Minimalism

Bronwyn Proctor


RSVP on Eventbrite. Tickets are free for Emily Carr students.