Design Health Collab
Design Health Collab uses a people-centred design approach to understand and activate significant, high-impact healthcare services and products in the world. Our research takes place at the centre of the complex ecosystem of health services:
- device manufacturers
- medical researchers
- and healthcare management.
Our research focuses on five areas of investigation: Medical Device Design, Behaviour Change, Healthcare Experience, Digital Health, and Healthy Living. Select an area below to learn more.
Medical Device Design View
Behaviour Change View
Healthcare Experience View
Digital Health View
Exploring the feasibility and acceptance of a wearable device that monitors blood glucose in patients with diabetes and the effectiveness of real time physician feedback in modifying health behaviour.
Healthy Living View
Graduate research opportunities View
Applications are invited to research the design of a deployable surgical pod for the Australian armed services. The pod will feature an integrated full body carbon-nanotube (CNT) x-ray CT scanner which will inform battlefield (or disaster relief) medical responders of the patient’s exact injury profile, allowing them to treat more quickly and effectively.
The Monash Design Health Collab team are working with partners to deliver a self-screening security portal for the US Department of Homeland Security.
25 Oct 2021