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Subject:

Call for papers: Re-Designing Health Track at the ADIM Conference (London, June 2019)

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Aidan Rowe <[log in to unmask]>

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PhD-Design - This list is for discussion of PhD studies and related research in Design <[log in to unmask]>

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Sun, 16 Dec 2018 21:04:48 -0700

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Call for Papers: Design Innovation Management Conference
London, June 18 – 21, 2019

*Re-Designing Health: Transforming Systems, Practices and Care*

I wanted to bring to your attention a track (full details below) that I am
co-organising for an upcoming design conference, the Academy for Design
Innovation Management Conference 2019. The conference website is here:

https://designinnovationmanagement.com/adim2019/

Please share this invitation to relevant researchers/practitioners/
graduate students with interests in this topic, please note the submission
deadline is January 29, 2019.

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*Track 1b: Re-Designing Health: Transforming Systems, Practices and Care*
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 a means of addressing complex, multi-levelled and systemic
problems.

The *Re-Designing Health: Transforming Systems, Practices and Care* track
session brings together academics 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 provides a forum for researchers,
practitioners, students, and designers to provide evidence for this
relationship, document challenges and successes and to provide theoretical
and practical models for healthcare and design to work collaboratively to
address complex healthcare problems.

We look to identify and build research capacity to help address the complex
and significant challenges faced by society in the 21st century and to
chart new opportunities for the discipline of design. This track looks for
submissions that deal broadly with notions of design and health and
document a variety of practices, proposals and ideas.

Aidan Rowe, University of Alberta, Canada
Claudine Jaenichen, Chapman University, USA
Gillian Harvey, University of Alberta, Canada
Kate Sellen, OCADU, Canada
Stephanie VandenBerg, University of Calgary, Canada
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Aidan Rowe
Acting Associate Dean (Student Programs: Teaching & Learning)
Associate Professor Design Studies & Coordinator of Art & Design
Fundamentals

University of Alberta
1-29 Humanities Centre, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada T6G 2E5
p: 001 780 492 7653
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