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Healthcare Design Toolkit - helping engineer better healthcare
If you have a question about this talk, please contact Biomedical Engineering Association - Cambridge Centre.
Our main speaker, Ian Hosking, is a Senior Research Associate in the Department of Engineering and currently project lead for the EPSRC - NIHR HTC Partnership Award: Promoting Real Independence through Design Expertise (PRIDE). He has worked on a diverse range of projects covering medical device development and service improvement. One of the key outputs of this work is a Healthcare Design Toolkit which is the subject of this event.
He might be joined by Prof John Clarkson FREng, the Director of the Cambridge Engineering Design Centre. John has published over 650 papers, as well as written and edited a number of books on medical equipment design, inclusive design and process management. John is currently leading a team with the Royal Academy of Engineering, the Royal College of Physicians and the Academy of Medical Sciences to develop a systems approach to healthcare redesign and continuous improvement.
Agenda: 18:30 – Refreshments and Networking (North Room) 19:00 – Introduction to the Healthcare Design Toolkit (LR6) 19:30 – Hands on session to provide feedback on the design 20:15 – Feedback + Q&A 20:30 – Formal close
Please be aware parking is limited on site
Please book your free place at: http://nearyou.imeche.org/near-you/UK/Eastern/biomedical-engineering-association-cambridge-centre/Event-Detail?id=13042
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