Design and Global Health
Design offers tools and perspectives relevant to critical problem-solving in global health. This initiative fosters connections between design and global health through events, network-building, and the development of a framework which engages design as a way to both understand and act on global health challenges.
|Global Health Foresighting|
|Critical Problem-Solving, Design|
Bruce Mau: Design principles for critical problem-solving in global health | Library, Research
Information Design for the Common Good | Library, Research
Bruce Mau: Design principles for critical problem-solving in global health | 20 October 2020
Dutch Design Week 2020: Virtual Expert Program on Health and Circular Design Challenges | 19 October 2020
Design and Global Health: Embedded Practices, Emerging Ideas | 4 March 2020
Information Design for the Common Good | Lunch & Learn | 8 August 2019
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