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Health Design Showcase 2019

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April 10, 2019 @ 5:30 pm - 9:00 pm



The Health Design Lab at Emily Carr University is hosting a Health Design Showcase on Wednesday, April 10th. The evening will feature a series of short presentations from Emily Carr University students working on health-related design projects. A variety of projects will be highlighted, including Health Design Lab projects (funded through industry and community partners) and student projects (from our undergraduate Med+ course). This event is open to the public.


5:30-6:30pm Open showcase

6:30-8:00pm Project Presentations by Emily Carr University Students

8:00-9:00pm Open showcase


5 Health Design Lab Projects

  • Zeitgeist Project + Research Study: A storytelling project with residents and design students — A collaboration with Vancouver Coastal Health & The University of British Columbia
  • Shifting the Culture of Care: Understanding the perspectives of individuals living in care homes — A collaboration with Vancouver Coastal Health
  • Mature Women’s Health Program: co-designing a new program for women 45-70 years of age — A collaboration with BC Women’s Hospital + Health Centre
  • Avenues of Change — Squamish: Engaging with Squamish families and stakeholders to develop action strategies for improving childhood development in the area — A collaboration with the United Way of the Lower Mainland + The Social Planning and Research Council of B.C.
  • Translational Research in User Experience Design for Personalized Health — A collaboration with Molecular You

Student Med+ Course Projects

  • To be announced

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April 10, 2019
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm


Emily Carr University of Art + Design
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Emily Carr University of Art + Design
520 East 1st Ave
Vancouver, BC V5T 0H2 Canada
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Lucie Neliba

Patient Partner, Surrey

Lucie Neliba

The Patient Voices Network has connected me to a community with the same drive to bring person- and family-centred care to the forefront. I am grateful for all opportunities I have been a part of thanks to PVN, which positively impacts patients like my sister and their caregivers. No matter how small, all patient engagement will help shape the future of health care and that I can stand behind