U Cincinnati - Design+Nursing - Open 2011


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U Cincinnati - Design+Nursing - Open 2011

  1. 1. Design + Nursing: <br />Solving Healthcare Problems from the Grassroots<br />
  2. 2. why?<br />Design + Nursing: <br />What’s the connection?<br />Being “practice” disciplines, Nursing and Design are natural collaborators<br />Similar goals: <br />Nursing is focused on helping people maximize their function and wellbeing<br />Ultimate goal - helping people live their best lives.<br />Design is focused on creating products and services that make living better <br />ultimate goal - making lives better.<br />
  3. 3. How we started <br />
  4. 4. Who makes it work<br />DAAP<br />• Steven Doehler: Asst. Professor Industrial Design<br />College of Nursing<br />• Evelyn Fitzwater: Asst. Professor Industrial Design<br />• Robin Lee: <br />• Charles Puchta<br />• Bonnie J. Brehm, PhD, RD, LD<br />• Yin Xu, PhD, RN<br />
  5. 5. How a topic is selected<br />College Of Nursing<br />• Community Health Issues<br />Where do the ideas come from<br />• Undergraduate Capstone reseach<br />• The Center of Aging with Dignity<br />• Community health partners<br />• Faculty research<br />Deisgn + Nursing<br />• What areas need a product/service solution to foster change<br />• What topic area meet the pedagogical needs for <br /> design and nursing students<br />Pre-Course Devleopment<br />• Will the topic stand on it’s own or will it need to be altered<br />• How will the topic maximize the students experience<br />
  6. 6. How a topic is selected<br />We start in the College of Nursing<br />Where do the ideas come from?<br />Pre-Course Development<br />
  7. 7. Common Processes<br />Design<br />Nursing<br />Research<br />User centered research, task analysis<br />Literature reviews, interviews and <br />observations<br />Assessmentcomplaints, symptoms, problems, etc.<br />Research - Assessment<br />Identify problem (conceptualize)<br />Plan Intervention (develop/create)<br />Conceptualization (Identify)<br />Develop concepts / create, design<br />Conceptualization - Identify<br />Validate with patient (expert)<br />Validation of concepts:<br />Validate with interviewees, end <br />Users, experts (faculty, advisors)<br />Validate<br />Implement plan ( put nursing care <br />plan (intervention) into practice)<br />Implement plan (Prototype)<br />Implement<br />Evaluate (critique) outcome of <br />intervention <br />Critique/Evaluate product/service<br />design protocol<br />Critique - Evaluate<br />Refine intervention plan as needed<br />RefineConsistantly iterating and refining<br />Refine<br />Re-Evaluate<br />Re-Evaluate<br />Re-Evaluate<br />Finalization<br />Finalizerevised plan<br />Finalize<br />
  8. 8. How we collaborate<br />Nursing<br />Design<br />Research - Assessment<br />Nursing<br />Design<br />Conceptualization - Identify<br />Nursing<br />Design<br />Validate<br />Nursing<br />Design<br />Refine<br />Nursing<br />Design<br />Finalize<br />
  9. 9. Research-Role Play<br />
  10. 10. Research-Results<br />
  11. 11. This is where we split<br />Nursing<br />Design<br />Research - Assessment<br />Nursing<br />Design<br />Conceptualization - Identify<br />Nursing<br />Design<br />Validate<br />Nursing<br />Design<br />Refine<br />Nursing<br />Design<br />Finalize<br />
  12. 12. Community Health as a Partner <br />The community health nurse partners with individuals, families, and groupswith the goal of enhancing the health and well-being of populations and aggregates.<br />Population groups | Sub-populations | Individuals | Families<br />
  13. 13. Community Health as a Partner <br />
  14. 14. Community Health as a Partner <br />Mobility Design Project <br />291,098 disabled <br />people (U.S. Census) <br /><ul><li>142,405 Men
  15. 15. 148,693 Women
  16. 16. 82,069 are ages 25-44</li></li></ul><li>Conceptualization results<br />
  17. 17. Final Results<br />
  18. 18. Key Take Aways<br />Students and Faculty and program enhancements:<br />Mutual faculty learning<br />Idea generation for faculty, graduate and undergraduate research<br />T2 Translational Research<br />Both programs are enriched<br />Design student quote: <br />“Crossing 2 worlds not only helped me as a designer to <br />work with non-designers and I think it helps the nurses as well”<br />Nurse student quote: “Rea<br />llylearned community health through this collaborative.”<br />
  19. 19. The Future: 2+2=5<br />Commercialization<br />Social Marketing<br />Use commercial marketing techniques to <br />Persuade people to change their behavior to improve their own lives<br />
  20. 20. “The only interruption to my Learning was my education”<br />Albert Einstein<br />Thank You!<br />