Health Collab Symposium: Design for Health — Asia Pacific
Hosted by Monash University Health Collab, the 2018 symposium: Design for Health — Asia Pacific brought together researchers from the Asia Pacific region and beyond to build collegiality and opportunities for research collaboration.
We spoke with a number of Symposium attendees and speakers about their experiences in the field of health research.
We are introducing a lot of technologies for older people so it’s important to ask - How do we really make it work for them?
By using data, we are able to see the possible next steps in the surgical learning process.
Design is changing. Today it has more of a social conscience. Sustainable design is a good example of this.
Where and when the R&D happens depends on who has the most incredible resources and best tax treatment.
Ideas universities are focused on driving and creating the future opportunities because they are trying to build economic growth and social prosperity though new and creative ideas.
We need to get more into the habit of looking in-between things instead of only looking at individual things, so we see the connections, links, and relationships in place.
Good collaborations are about developing really good relationships. It’s the relationships you have with people involved in the projects that make for strong collaborations.