Research Study: Experience-based design and tech to improve communications

Research Study: Experience-based design and tech to improve communications
Posted on Fri 17 Jun 2022

Leveraging Experience-based Design and Technology to Improve Communication Between Adolescents with Complex Chronic Conditions and Paediatric Emergency Clinicians

Are you a young person with a chronic condition aged between 12 and 16 years?

You’re invited to join a research project that aims to improve the communication between young people and clinicians at a hospital emergency department, by harnessing design and technology.

Why should I participate?

  • You’ll get a chance to share your story
  • You’ll get to learn about the creative process in design to develop solutions
  • You’ll get to help design and develop an app that could improve communication between you and clinicians in hospital emergency departments

Your participation in this project will involve a 45 minute interview with the researcher. We’d like to know about your journey with accessing the ED, your communication experience with clinicians in this environment and what can be improved.

We are researchers from Torrens University Australia. The project has been approved by the Torrens University Australia Human Research Ethics Committee, ethics reference number 0136.

Contact: Melanie Tran

E: | M: 0401 624 862

Expressions of interest for this research study close on December 23, 2022

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