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Thomas Jun and Niang Fu, Antuela A. Tako, Antonina Mutoro, Milka Wanjohi, Calistus Wilunda, Thore Nitz, Gyuchan Thomas Jun, Patrick Waterson, Elizabeth Kimani and Paula Griffiths, Saydia Wesley, Peter McCulloch and Olivia Lounsbury, Haotian Yi, Thomas Jun, Diane Gyi and Samar Betmounit, Juan Ignacio De La Torre Zapata, Tincuta Heinzel and Roberta Bernabei, Haiou Zhu, Cees De Bont, Thorsten Gruber and Hua Dong

Loughborough University research briefs that gather a set of papers for a panel-style session. An instigator starts the conversation after the authors deliver a short presentation to set the context.

Tensions between well-being, safety and pluralism

The authors delve into the intricate interplay of health priorities in a diverse world, focusing on perspectives from design, human factors, medicine, and behavioural economics. These papers examine the complexities where individual and collective health, safety measures, and cultural diversity intersect.

Key topics include reconciling individual autonomy with public health needs, addressing cultural disparities in healthcare design, navigating the ethical dimensions of emerging health technologies, ensuring equitable healthcare access, and trustful and effective technologies. These authors have contributed to the ongoing dialogue about shaping a healthcare framework that respects diverse values while promoting the well-being and safety of all.

Instigators: Thomas Jun and Niang Fu

#56 Antuela A. Tako, Antonina Mutoro, Milka Wanjohi, Calistus Wilunda, Thore Nitz, Gyuchan Thomas Jun, Patrick Waterson, Elizabeth Kimani and Paula Griffiths
Systems Thinking Approach to Support the Scale-Up of the Baby Friendly Community Initiative in Kenya

#306 Saydia Wesley, Peter McCulloch and Olivia Lounsbury
Co-designing to Reduce Failure to Rescue Rates: The RESPOND Study

#101 Haotian Yi, Thomas Jun, Diane Gyi and Samar Betmounit
Systems Thinking Approach to the Implementation of Digital Pathology and AI (slide presentation/PDF)

#216 Juan Ignacio De La Torre Zapata, Tincuta Heinzel and Roberta Bernabei
AI Logic of Care: Enhancing smart bandages for diabetic chronic wounds management

#204 Haiou Zhu, Cees De Bont, Thorsten Gruber and Hua Dong
Mapping Health-Seeking Behaviours and Influences in Rural China: A behavioural systems approach

Questions

How can a systems thinking perspective shape strategies to foster systemic change that promotes equity and dismantles barriers and safety outcomes?

How can a systemic paradigm shift be initiated to reconcile the intricate interplay between individualised health aspirations, safety considerations, cross-cultural nuances, and the potential of AI technologies?

What radical collaboration is needed for a transformative healthcare paradigm shift?

Abstracts & Papers

The RSD12 Symposium Book of Abstracts has post-review versions of accepted papers. Pre-release copies of articles are available online via the RSD12-PAPERS production folder. Use the paper numbers as a reference.

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Citation Data

Author(s): Simon Downs, Chris Moore, Tincuta Heinzel, Chris Elliott, and Siyuan Ji Marcia Tavares Smith, Stefania Sansoni, and Antuela Tako | Saydia Wesley, Haotian Yi, Haiou Zhu, Juan, and Ignacio De La Torre | Sue Lattanzio, Joanne Berry-Frith, Cecilia Landa-Avila, Mersha Aftab, and Holly Turpin
Year: 2023
Title: Briefs: Health
Published in: Proceedings of Relating Systems Thinking and Design
Volume: RSD12
Article No.: pre-release
URL: https://rsdsymposium.org/
Host: Georgetown University
Location: Washington DC, USA
Symposium Dates: October 6–20, 2023
First published: 7 December 2023
Last update: no update
Publisher Identification: ISSN 2371-8404