Aniket Malge, Arathy Aluckal, Parvathy Arangath, and Sarvesh RV
Category: Topic: Health & Well-being
Topic: Health & Well-being
Khyati Garg and Austin Davis
Frances Rawlings Quintero and Ziyan Hossain
Hitesh Shilpi, Shlok Deore, and Vedant Deshmukh
Adweta Kesh, Animesh Jain, Karthikeya GS, Mrunal Deshmukh, and Tanvi Palkar
When Worldviews Collide: An attempt at integrating systems oriented design and implementation science
Dagfinn Mørkrid Thøgersen, Josina Vink and Andreas Wettre
David Abbink, Anne Arzuburger, and Deborah Forster
Amber Dion and Terri Cardinal
Ng Yeuk Fan
Megan Auger and Rhonda Gladue
Hayo Wagenaar, Wiebe Cnossen, Wina Smeenk, and Caroline Hermans
Michael Schaus, Adrienne Pacini, Cheryl Hsu, and Kimberley Peter
Rohan Walsh and John Rbeiz
Playing with Emergent Pattern in Movement and Storytelling: A Participatory (Embodied) Stretch Break
Eve Pinsker and Mikal Giancola
Anita Van Essen, Nynke Tromp, Remko van der Lugt, Inge Klatte, and Paul Hekkert
A Systemic Design Framework for AI-enabled Healthcare: Improving health and wellbeing of people with learning disabilities
Gyuchan Thomas Jun, Satheesh Gangadharan, Georgina Cosma, Panos Balatsoukas, Cecilia Landa-Avila, Francesco Zaccardi, Michelle O’Reilly, Ashley Akbari, Vasa Curcin, Rohit Shankar, Reza Kiani, Neil Sinclaire, and Chris Knifton
Irma Cecilia Landa-Avila, Satheesh Gangadharan, Sarah Rabbitte, Amy Wilkins, Michelle O’Reilly, Neil Sinclair, Chris Knifton, Panagiotis Balatsoukas, Rohit Shankar, and Gyuchan Thomas Jun
Designing for Mental Health Care Ecosystems Transformation: The role of a territorial co-lab for resources emergence and integration
Daniela Sangiorgi and Sultan Serpil Erdonmez
How do we Deliberate about our Health? An investigation into the decision aid as a service system inflection point
Michael Arnold Mages and Joli Holmes
Interdisciplinary Systemic Innovation for Healing and Creating Resilient Communities in the Post-COVID-19 era
Tanhao Gao, Jingwen Tian, Xiaotong Zhang, and Hongtao Zhou
Tom Ainsworth, Heather Baid, Ryan Woodard, Dipak Sarker, Charis Nathan, Mahmood Bhutta, Patricia McCready, Oliver Slaughter, and Jennifer Drake
Qian He, Lianne Simonse, and Elisa Giaccardi
Wen Lu, Silvia Barbero, and Amina Pereno
Laura Nino, Daisy Yoo, Camila Nino Fernandez, and Caroline Hummels
Systems Thinking Perspective on Support for Transition and Acceptance of Identity of Chronic Health Disease Patient in Society
Thejashwini D, Jaya Prabhakaran R I, Gauri Pradhan, Prashant Pradhan, and Yadu CL
The Ultimate Control: Using systems and futures thinking to confront “the Pill” as a system of liberation and oppression
Alexis Tennent and Angie Fleming
Linda Blaasvær, Tore Gulden, and Frederick Steier
Pranay Arun Kumar and Peter Jones
Pranay Arun Kumar and Peter Jones
Abhishek Ranjan, Ayur Gillurkar, Dhruvin Bhuva, Praveen Nahar, and Sahil Thappa
Alexandra Infanger, Jeanne Streit, Julie Grosjean, Marina Praxedes and Hans Kaspar Hugentobler
Beverley Freedman, Carley MacAdam-Thompson, Maizie Lovatt and Katherine Valenzuela
Peter Jones and Pranay Arun Kumar
Joanna Boehnert and Simon Mair
Immunity Passports as Complex Systems: Applying systems approaches to explore needs, risks, and unintended consequences
Irma Cecilia Landa-Avila, Gyuchan Thomas Jun, Isabel Sassoon, Ozlem Colak, Tina Harvey and Panagiotis Balatsoukas
MyWellnessCheck: Designing a student and staff wellbeing feedback loop to inform university policy and governance
James Lomas and Willem van der Maden
Michael Arnold Mages and Stephen Neely
Shivani Prakash, Felicia Nilsson and Josina Vink
Hemul Goel, Aditya Sharma and Sanika Harshe
Designers can play a role in access to healthcare by combining research, design methodologies, and collaboration skills to reimagine how people interact with the system.
Demonstrating strategic solutions and design thinking interventions in the problem of air pollution in Delhi.
This map is focused on teenage students who face discrimination in the form of name-calling, jokes and bullying. Casual discrimination almost always ends with the statement, “It was just a joke.”
This map aims to capture and make connections between the challenges and opportunities in the domains of time and progress – this context highlights the transitional period of the pandemic.
This gigamap nests the issue of food insecurity in Pittsburgh within larger scalar levels to visualize and understand the interconnectivity of this wicked problem.
A synthesis map showing leverage points to help support employee work-life balance and why moving towards supporting work-life balance in employees matters to the company.
RSD9 Keynote. Harold G. Nelson: The COVID-19 virus has been the catalyst for disruptive pandemic changes around the world. Our norms are being forever changed. Our sense of well-being has been lost. New norms are needed now because a new normal is desired and necessary. It is a perilous game to play if the process of forming new norms is left to unfold by chance rather than intension.
Jonathan Romm, Palak Dudani, and Shivani Prakash: To stimulate innovation in systems of healthcare, designers need to become conversational experts.
Arvind Venkataramani and Adam Menter: Co-designed rituals are a way for people to identify and navigate the systems they are embedded in, and to construct or reshape selves to seek well-being.
Jonathan Healey and Sydney M. Luken
Eva Legemaate, Marie Van den Bergh, and Mieke van der Bijl-Brouwer, Delft University of Technology
Conversations in Healthcare Service Design – The characteristics and use of conversations in ecosystemic service design
Authors: Jonathan Romm, Palak Dudani, Shivani Prakash
Authors: Felicia Nilsson, Josina Vink
Authors: Marieke Maertens, Francesca Ostuzzi, Katrien De Schepper, Lieven De Couvreur, Maya Hoveskog, Nicole Norris
Authors: Karthikeyan Gopinathan, Srilakshmi Krishnaswamy
Service and system oriented design exploration on healthy diets and sustainable food systems in China
Authors: Zijun Lin, Birger Sevaldson
Authors: Akash Mohan, Bhaskarjyoti Das
OCAD University, Canada. How might we help people to learn to manage their cardiovascular risk?
Carnegie Mellon University, School of Design, USA. Interdependencies, harmful feedback loops, and interventions to break the cycle of obesity.
Carnegie Mellon University, School of Design, USA. A visual guide to obesity and design interventions through Meadows’ leverage points.
National Institute of Design, India. The ‘amusement park’ represents various aspects of ‘Play’ as a plug-in to foster improved social connections.
Carnegie Mellon University, School of Design, USA. Factors related to adolescent depression synthesized to lend understanding to the systemic issues.
Oslo School of Architecture and Design, Norway. A systems exploration in imagining alternatives within housing in Norway.
Carnegie Mellon University, School of Design, USA. In response to the Opioid crisis, the map proposes leverage points to intervene in terms of education, policy, healthcare, the environment, and the economy.
A network analysis approach to map outcome interactions.
Holistic Outcome-Based Approach towards Sustainable Design Healthcare: Aligning the system purpose through system visualisation
Cecilia Landa-Avila, Gyuchan Thomas Jun, Rebecca Cain, and Carolina Escobar-Tello
Karianne Rygh, Andrew Morrison, Marianne Støren Berg, and Jonathan Romm