Seminariedokumentation

DöBra-dagen, 24 aug. 2016 (svenska)

Filmer från dagen: 

1. Välkommna till DöBra Dagen! Vård i livets slutskede ur ett folkhälsoperspektiv, Carol Tishelman

2. Bakgrunden, Olav Lindqvist

3. Samer och vård i livets slutskede, Lena Kroik

4. Swe-ACP: Utveckling och testning av en intervention med strukturerade samtal om värderingar och prioriteringar för kommande vård i livets slutskede, Therese Johansson

5. Vem är expert?, Max Kleijberg

6. Objects at the End of Life, Helena Kjellgren (in English) 

7. Plats och rum för vård I livets slut, Ida Goliath

8. The future of hospice and palliative care: perspectives from the UK, Heather Richardson (in English)
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Design in academic health care, 10 dec. 2015 (english)

How can we develop tomorrow’s health care with those who are involved—patients, families, staff?

An international seminar held on 10 December 2015 and co-arranged by The Innovative Care research group/the DöBra program and SFO-V at Karolinska Institutet, and Innovationsplatsen (the Innovation Center) at Karolinska University Hospital.

Program 

Videos from the seminar:

Design in Care/Care in Design: reflections from the end-of-life context, Helena Kjellgren, MFA Transdisciplinary Design, PhD Student at MMC/Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden

Co-design and multiplicity: Co-creating knowledge and problem-setting with artefacts, Bo Westerlund, Professor in Industrial Design, Konstfack University College of Art, Craft and Design, Stockholm, Sweden

What is the problem? Exploring the relevance of art-based design competence in healthcare innovation, Anna Thies, MFA Industrial Design, PhD student, Stockholm University, Sweden

Transforming Healthcare by Design: Lessons Learned from the Mayo Clinic Center for Innovation, Josina Vink, previously designer at the Mayo Clinic Center for Innovation, now employed at Experio Lab in Sweden, and PhD student at Karlstad University, focusing on service design for health systems transformation.

Organisational creativity and quality improvement in the healthcare sector: ‘designerly’ or ‘design-like’?, Alastair Macdonald, Professor, Senior Researcher in Design, Glasgow School of Art and Glenn Robert, Professor of Health Care Quality & Innovation, King’s College London