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U Cincinnati - Design+Nursing - Open 2011
U Cincinnati - Design+Nursing - Open 2011
U Cincinnati - Design+Nursing - Open 2011
U Cincinnati - Design+Nursing - Open 2011
U Cincinnati - Design+Nursing - Open 2011
U Cincinnati - Design+Nursing - Open 2011
U Cincinnati - Design+Nursing - Open 2011
U Cincinnati - Design+Nursing - Open 2011
U Cincinnati - Design+Nursing - Open 2011
U Cincinnati - Design+Nursing - Open 2011
U Cincinnati - Design+Nursing - Open 2011
U Cincinnati - Design+Nursing - Open 2011
U Cincinnati - Design+Nursing - Open 2011
U Cincinnati - Design+Nursing - Open 2011
U Cincinnati - Design+Nursing - Open 2011
U Cincinnati - Design+Nursing - Open 2011
U Cincinnati - Design+Nursing - Open 2011
U Cincinnati - Design+Nursing - Open 2011
U Cincinnati - Design+Nursing - Open 2011
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  • 1. Design + Nursing:
    Solving Healthcare Problems from the Grassroots
  • 2. why?
    Design + Nursing:
    What’s the connection?
    Being “practice” disciplines, Nursing and Design are natural collaborators
    Similar goals:
    Nursing is focused on helping people maximize their function and wellbeing
    Ultimate goal - helping people live their best lives.
    Design is focused on creating products and services that make living better
    ultimate goal - making lives better.
  • 3. How we started
  • 4. Who makes it work
    DAAP
    • Steven Doehler: Asst. Professor Industrial Design
    College of Nursing
    • Evelyn Fitzwater: Asst. Professor Industrial Design
    • Robin Lee:
    • Charles Puchta
    • Bonnie J. Brehm, PhD, RD, LD
    • Yin Xu, PhD, RN
  • 5. How a topic is selected
    College Of Nursing
    • Community Health Issues
    Where do the ideas come from
    • Undergraduate Capstone reseach
    • The Center of Aging with Dignity
    • Community health partners
    • Faculty research
    Deisgn + Nursing
    • What areas need a product/service solution to foster change
    • What topic area meet the pedagogical needs for
    design and nursing students
    Pre-Course Devleopment
    • Will the topic stand on it’s own or will it need to be altered
    • How will the topic maximize the students experience
  • 6. How a topic is selected
    We start in the College of Nursing
    Where do the ideas come from?
    Pre-Course Development
  • 7. Common Processes
    Design
    Nursing
    Research
    User centered research, task analysis
    Literature reviews, interviews and
    observations
    Assessmentcomplaints, symptoms, problems, etc.
    Research - Assessment
    Identify problem (conceptualize)
    Plan Intervention (develop/create)
    Conceptualization (Identify)
    Develop concepts / create, design
    Conceptualization - Identify
    Validate with patient (expert)
    Validation of concepts:
    Validate with interviewees, end
    Users, experts (faculty, advisors)
    Validate
    Implement plan ( put nursing care
    plan (intervention) into practice)
    Implement plan (Prototype)
    Implement
    Evaluate (critique) outcome of
    intervention
    Critique/Evaluate product/service
    design protocol
    Critique - Evaluate
    Refine intervention plan as needed
    RefineConsistantly iterating and refining
    Refine
    Re-Evaluate
    Re-Evaluate
    Re-Evaluate
    Finalization
    Finalizerevised plan
    Finalize
  • 8. How we collaborate
    Nursing
    Design
    Research - Assessment
    Nursing
    Design
    Conceptualization - Identify
    Nursing
    Design
    Validate
    Nursing
    Design
    Refine
    Nursing
    Design
    Finalize
  • 9. Research-Role Play
  • 10. Research-Results
  • 11. This is where we split
    Nursing
    Design
    Research - Assessment
    Nursing
    Design
    Conceptualization - Identify
    Nursing
    Design
    Validate
    Nursing
    Design
    Refine
    Nursing
    Design
    Finalize
  • 12. Community Health as a Partner
    The community health nurse partners with individuals, families, and groupswith the goal of enhancing the health and well-being of populations and aggregates.
    Population groups | Sub-populations | Individuals | Families
  • 13. Community Health as a Partner
  • 14. Community Health as a Partner
    Mobility Design Project
    291,098 disabled
    people (U.S. Census)
    • 142,405 Men
    • 15. 148,693 Women
    • 16. 82,069 are ages 25-44
  • Conceptualization results
  • 17. Final Results
  • 18. Key Take Aways
    Students and Faculty and program enhancements:
    Mutual faculty learning
    Idea generation for faculty, graduate and undergraduate research
    T2 Translational Research
    Both programs are enriched
    Design student quote:
    “Crossing 2 worlds not only helped me as a designer to
    work with non-designers and I think it helps the nurses as well”
    Nurse student quote: “Rea
    llylearned community health through this collaborative.”
  • 19. The Future: 2+2=5
    Commercialization
    Social Marketing
    Use commercial marketing techniques to
    Persuade people to change their behavior to improve their own lives
  • 20. “The only interruption to my Learning was my education”
    Albert Einstein
    Thank You!

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