'Improving patient safety by user-driven design of decision support' Christian Nohr, Aalborg University
Monday, April 26, IIT Institute of Design
Christian Nøhr presents the participatory design games approach for Patient Safety through Intelligent Procedures (PSIP), a 5-country European Union project including Denmark. In this technology R & D project, the Danish team created video-ethnography documentation of interactions between doctors, nurses and patients regarding medication prescriptions and medication taking. Video clips were then used as material in design process in participatory workshops for rapid prototyping to support 'collective intelligence' for design of support for the complexity of medical work practices.
More about 'Patient Safety through Intelligent Procedures' (PSIP): PSIP URL is: psip-project.eu/
More about Christian Nøhr: personprofil.aau.dk/profil/104306
Christian Nøhr, M.Sc. Ph.D. Professor of health informatics and technology assessment at Department of Development and Planning, Aalborg University, Denmark. Director of he Virtual Centre for Health Informatics (V-CHI). Christian has worked with health care informatics for more than 25 years. His main research field is technology assessment and evaluation studies, organizational change, design and implementation of information systems in health care. He has been project manager of several national research projects, and participated in a number of European projects. He is currently a member of the E-health Observatory – an ongoing project, which monitors the development and implementation process of E-Health systems in Denmark.