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HEALTHCARE SYSTEMS DESIGN: A SANDBOX OF CURRENT RESEARCH THEMES PRESENTED AT AN INTERNATIONAL MEETING

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  11 June 2020

N. Ciccone*
Affiliation:
DTU-Technical University of Denmark, Denmark
F. Patou
Affiliation:
DTU-Technical University of Denmark, Denmark
A. Komashie
Affiliation:
THIS.Institute, United Kingdom
G. Lame
Affiliation:
University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
P. J. Clarkson
Affiliation:
THIS.Institute, United Kingdom
A. M. Maier
Affiliation:
DTU-Technical University of Denmark, Denmark

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Healthcare systems are under strain, this creates a challenge for designers to develop solutions for better health and care delivery. This paper presents a sandbox of illustrative design themes used to improve health systems based on state of the art research projects. These were collated from presentations at The Second International Meeting on Healthcare Systems Design Research, held at DTU-Technical University of Denmark. Attending groups were mapped based on their research keywords, target journals and methodologies in order to gain insight on the communities research landscape.

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