Healthcare innovations: letting users guide design

Exploring the value of user-led co-design for engineers and technologists.With Bastian Hauck and Dr Tahreema Matin.On this week’s episode of The Evidence Space we look at the importance of designing healthcare innovations that work for the intended user and what steps can be taken to achieve this. There are different approaches when developing new technologies for use by a clinician versus a patient, therefore different designing interventions need to be in place. How can we better understand the needs of users, whether patients or clinicians, and provide the solutions that they really need? To discuss this topic, we spoke with Bastian Hauck and Dr Tahreema Matin who provide different perspectives from both a patient and clinician point of view.

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This podcast series features experts from a variety of disciplines to share knowledge among healthcare professionals and the general public. As digital health technologies and engineering develop at an increasing pace, it is necessary to adapt to the new changes and challenges that will have a major impact on our lives. Delving into evidence-based discussions, our featured experts and thought leaders, across a range of topics, will illustrate what appropriate evidence for widescale clinical adoption looks like; along with how to go about collecting it to ensure new technologies are clinically effective and offer economic value.