As a Practice Professor, Daphne draws on a broad of experiences with various design consultancies, as well as a variety of business from small firms to multinational companies.
Daphne’s interest is in applying design thinking methodology to facilitate innovation, particularly in the area of healthcare and wellbeing.
Whether the challenge is considering the ergonomics and ease of use of medtech devices or creating better patient experiences in healthcare organisations, design can play a central role in facilitating innovation and change.
Daphne’s experience includes collaborations with MIME in medtech research, design of the award winning asthma prediction device xhalo and investigating a Hospital to Home healthcare pilot program for Philips.
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