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  • 1. STANFORD HEALTH DIVISIONNicholasChen | DanielGrier | GavinKho | XinShan | TheaTran | KatieZhou
  • 2. DESIGN FOR AMERICA | STANFORD HEALTH DIVISION | 2011
  • 3. WAITING ROOM DESIGN FOR AMERICA | STANFORD HEALTH DIVISION | 2011
  • 4. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine DESIGN FOR AMERICA | STANFORD HEALTH DIVISION | 2011
  • 5. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine1 out of every 5 boys in pediatric rooms tested positive for rhinovirus DESIGN FOR AMERICA | STANFORD HEALTH DIVISION | 2011
  • 6. second only to restroomsDESIGN FOR AMERICA | STANFORD HEALTH DIVISION | 2011
  • 7. DESIGN FOR AMERICA | STANFORD HEALTH DIVISION | 2011
  • 8. GERMCHILDREN = MACHINES DESIGN FOR AMERICA | STANFORD HEALTH DIVISION | 2011
  • 9. WELL ILLDESIGN FOR AMERICA | STANFORD HEALTH DIVISION | 2011
  • 10. WELL ILL DESIGN FOR AMERICA | STANFORD HEALTH DIVISION | 2011
  • 11. DESIGN FOR AMERICA | STANFORD HEALTH DIVISION | 2011
  • 12. How do we reduce the spread of germs and viruses in pediatric waiting rooms? DESIGN FOR AMERICA | STANFORD HEALTH DIVISION | 2011
  • 13. How do we reduce the spread of germs and viruses in pediatric waiting rooms?How do we encourage children to look after their own well-being? DESIGN FOR AMERICA | STANFORD HEALTH DIVISION | 2011
  • 14. bservationsDESIGN FOR AMERICA | STANFORD HEALTH DIVISION | 2011
  • 15. TISSUES are LEFT BEHINDDESIGN FOR AMERICA | STANFORD HEALTH DIVISION | 2011
  • 16. TOYS areHARD to CLEAN DESIGN FOR AMERICA | STANFORD HEALTH DIVISION | 2011
  • 17. CARPET TILEDESIGN FOR AMERICA | STANFORD HEALTH DIVISION | 2011
  • 18. BUTTONS + HANDLES are EVERYWHERE
  • 19. Sanitation has no appeal to children. DESIGN FOR AMERICA | STANFORD HEALTH DIVISION | 2011
  • 20. DESIGN FOR AMERICA | STANFORD HEALTH DIVISION | 2011
  • 21. DESIGN FOR AMERICA | STANFORD HEALTH DIVISION | 2011
  • 22. the PROBLEM with MASKSDESIGN FOR AMERICA | STANFORD HEALTH DIVISION | 2011
  • 23. Brainstorming DESIGN FOR AMERICA | STANFORD HEALTH DIVISION | 2011
  • 24. DESIGN FOR AMERICA | STANFORD HEALTH DIVISION | 2011
  • 25. TOT YPESPRO DESIGN FOR AMERICA | STANFORD HEALTH DIVISION | 2011
  • 26. PartnershipsDESIGN FOR AMERICA | STANFORD HEALTH DIVISION | 2011
  • 27. +We’re partnering with thePediatrics DepartmentDESIGN FOR AMERICA | STANFORD HEALTH DIVISION | 2011
  • 28. + and with theRONALD MCDONALD HOUSE DESIGN FOR AMERICA | STANFORD HEALTH DIVISION | 2011
  • 29. DESIGN FOR AMERICA | STANFORD HEALTH DIVISION | 2011
  • 30. ObservationsDESIGN FOR AMERICA | STANFORD HEALTH DIVISION | 2011
  • 31. Observations InterviewsDESIGN FOR AMERICA | STANFORD HEALTH DIVISION | 2011
  • 32. Observations Interviews TestingDESIGN FOR AMERICA | STANFORD HEALTH DIVISION | 2011
  • 33. FEEDBACK +SUGGESTIONS DESIGN FOR AMERICA | STANFORD HEALTH DIVISION | 2011
  • 34. FEEDBACK +SUGGESTIONSNext Steps | Interview Tips DESIGN FOR AMERICA | STANFORD HEALTH DIVISION | 2011