Conducting workshops in a busy clinical environment

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Resumé

In this paper we describe a certain way of using participatory design workshops as an infrastructuring activity to accommodate users in a busy clinical environment. The problem in these settings is that the staffs seldom have time spans during their working hours that allows for participating in traditional workshop activities. However such an amount of time is often necessary to allow the participants to get into the creative activity as it is often different from the kind of work they usually engage in (Bødker, Kensing, & Simonsen, 2009). In an effort to bridge this gap we suggest a way of dividing the workshop activity into shorter workshop "sprints" with a small number of participants for each sprint. The repetition of workshop sprints is done iteratively in the sense that every output of a sprint is transferred to the next sprint as a collective accumulative memory.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
Publikationsdato18 jun. 2015
Antal sider4
StatusUdgivet - 18 jun. 2015
BegivenhedThe 5th International Workshop on Infrastructures for Healthcare - Trento, Italien
Varighed: 18 jun. 201519 jun. 2015
Konferencens nummer: 5
https://infrahealth2015.fbk.eu/

Workshop

WorkshopThe 5th International Workshop on Infrastructures for Healthcare
Nummer5
LandItalien
ByTrento
Periode18/06/201519/06/2015
Internetadresse

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Brandrup, M., & Østergaard, K. L. (2015). Conducting workshops in a busy clinical environment. Afhandling præsenteret på The 5th International Workshop on Infrastructures for Healthcare, Trento, Italien.
Brandrup, Morten ; Østergaard, Kija Lin. / Conducting workshops in a busy clinical environment. Afhandling præsenteret på The 5th International Workshop on Infrastructures for Healthcare, Trento, Italien.4 s.
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Brandrup, M & Østergaard, KL 2015, 'Conducting workshops in a busy clinical environment' Paper fremlagt ved The 5th International Workshop on Infrastructures for Healthcare, Trento, Italien, 18/06/2015 - 19/06/2015, .

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