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DnT01 - Design for Healthcare Innovation (Via Zoom) 

Learners will be trained to ideate, prototype and deliver ideas of medical solutions that enhance the health and wellbeing of patients, including seniors and persons with cognitive/physical disabilities and caregivers. Solution ideas will be brainstormed to address specific needs of the diverse profiles of patients using evidence-based user research.

The online course is conducted via Zoom over 3 days supplemented with self‐reading, quiz and project work.

Course Objectives

  • Translate insights into supporting evidence for human-centred design innovation.
  • Apply methodologies to conduct user research by examining existing solutions and used cases.
  • Critically evaluate latent needs based on context and stakeholder analyses, identify key problems and formulate an opportunity statement.
  • Perform search for existing solutions with the purpose of comparing key design features and functionalities.
  • Adopt a Restorative Cities design framework to ensure that people are engaged, enabled or empowered in real-world settings.
  • Review brainstormed ideas by articulating new and revised features, functionalities, or process improvements.
  • Develop value scenarios that illustrate the perceived and actual value of proposed solutions for healthcare innovation.

Target Audience

  • This course is designed for ALL healthcare professionals (including clinicians, nurses, allied health) and community care professionals. The curriculum is well-aligned to adult learners who are aspiring to develop ideas/concepts for health through innovation by design.

Date & Time

18th, 20th & 25th November 2024
0900 - 1700


Via Zoom


Course Fees (Including GST)

Payment details will be advised upon successful registration.


For registration, please email the form to: 

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