Positive change can happen when designers collaborate with care professionals and the community.
There is a growing trend of collaborative healthcare projects that involve designers working with care providers to help create better services, products, and experiences for patients.
Join Professor Ian Gwilt for a discussion about the role that design and new technologies such as augmented reality can play within a broader societal context of people’s health and wellbeing.
Professor Gwilt will share his knowledge and experience in using co-design workshops and innovative design strategies in health and wellbeing and lead a panel of experts who will explore how design and creativity is helping to shape healthy futures.
Paul Lambert, Executive Director Operations, Queen Elizabeth Hospital
Michelle Cripps, Director, Centre for Creative Health, Royal Adelaide Hospital
Kristin Carson-Chahhoud, Translational Medicine and Technology Group, Centre for Precision Health at UniSA
Tuesday 5 March 2019, 6:00pm – 7:15pm
UniSA Cancer Research Institute Building, Level 8
North Terrace, Adelaide 5000
Light refreshments and networking will follow the talk.