Service innovation for living well with type 1 Diabetes

BOWEN, Simon and WOLSTENHOLME, Dan (2012). Service innovation for living well with type 1 Diabetes. In: Designing Wellbeing Workshop, DIS 2012, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, UK, June 2012.


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The UK’s NHS must evolve to embrace the co-production of health outcomes and patient-centred care to shift from the reductive treatment of illness to a holistic promotion of wellness. We are developing a methodology for service innovation building on this. Designing innovative services for young people with type 1 diabetes surfaced different views of wellness from health professionals, young people and their parents. Our challenge has been to value each perspective in what we have designed. Deploying artefacts enabled constructive dialogue with our participants, so how might interactive artefacts challenge views of wellness?

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Depositing User: Simon Bowen
Date Deposited: 02 Aug 2013 12:29
Last Modified: 18 Mar 2021 13:51

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