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Integrating 'Design Thinking and Doing’ Into Healthcare - Learning from Queensland’s Healthcare Excellence Accelerator Lab (HEAL) Initiative

  • Thursday, June 24, 2021
  • 18:00 - 19:30 (UTC+10:00)
  • Online - Webinar
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Integrating 'Design Thinking and Doing’ Into Healthcare - Learning from Queensland’s Healthcare Excellence Accelerator Lab (HEAL) Initiative

Professor Evonne Miller
Director, QUT Design Lab - qut.design   
Queensland University of Technology




Drawing on recent projects in aged care and healthcare, Evonne will discuss in this fifth AHDC educational event her experience and learnings from implementing HEAL – the Healthcare Excellence Accelerator, which has embedded designers into Queensland hospitals in. Evonne has been awarded ~$4 Million in competitive research grant funding, and over 100 scholarly publications - including two recent books: Creating Great Places: Evidence-based urban design for health and wellbeing (Routledge, 2020, with A/Prof Deb Cushing), and “Creative Arts-Based Research in Aged Care: Photovoice, Photography and Poetry in Action” (Routledge, 2021)

After the conclusion of the presentation and the Q&A session, we will be providing a networking opportunity for members to share thoughts and meet other fellow Health Design professionals.



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The AHDC Committee would like to take this opportunity to thank all who have renewed their membership for the new financial year. Please note that people joining as a new member, renewing an expired membership or paying to attend the June event will also benefit with up to a one month of free membership through to the end of June 2022. 


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The AHDC is a non-government organisation of professionals involved and/or interested in quality design of health facilities and is the conduit between knowledge providers and knowledge users in Australian health design.

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