Design & health: Beyond the status quo Past Event
RMIT University’s Health Transformation Lab operates at the intersection of design, health and innovation to solve some of healthcare’s thorniest challenges. 2020 saw challenges for those in the healthcare sector grow in complexity and scale. How will healthcare need to change? Is there a role for design to be part of the change?
The lab’s Open Labs Online x Melbourne Design Week Edition ‘Design & health: Beyond the status quo’ will highlight the work of designers who are forging interesting and unexpected collaborations with the healthcare sector, to offer to the design community provocations for new ways of working in health.
Please note that this is a virtual event and the Zoom link will be emailed to you prior to the event day.
(Above image: Drone-chi by RMIT PhD candidate Joseph La Delfa. Photo by Matto Lucas)
Nithya’s (she/her) career spans continents and sectors including innovation, philanthropy and social investment. She has recently joined RMIT after having held leadership roles in the last decade at VicHealth, Nike and EY.
Kelly Ann McKercher
Kelly Ann (them/they) is a designer and writer who has worked in social design for the past decade across Australia and New Zealand. Kelly Ann is the author of Beyond Sticky Notes: Co-design for Real. Find Kelly Ann at @kellyanagram
Chelsea (she/her) is all about purpose, curiosity and courage. In her role at YLab, she leads intergenerational teams to address complex social issues through co-design and consultancy with a current focus on health and wellbeing.
Charlotte (she/her) is a strategic designer in the Health Transformation Lab, where she leads industry partnerships and projects.