The team is presenting the results on the design thinking sessions organised in the framework of the project
i-CONSENT is present on this years’ European Society for Paediatric Infectious Diseases (ESPID) Annual Meeting, which is held virtually 26-29 October 2020. The team is presenting the results on the design thinking sessions organised in the framework of the project.
The poster is called “Design thinking as a process to improve the communication of information to children”. It explains that design thinking sessions with children are an adequate methodology to identify their preferences. Also, the need of taking children into account when designing health information specifically for them.
Design Thinking is a design methodology that provides a solution-based approach to solving problems. Speficially, it is based on 5 stages: emphatise, define, ideate, prototype and test.
“Design thinking as a process to improve the communication of information to children”
This 38th edition brings together international infectious diseases experts, clinicians, researchers, residents, and students. Furthermore, COVID-19 crisis will be at the centre of the debate and will open an ongoing discussion on experiences and challenges.