Physical, social, and mental well-being is the basic assumption that allows children to experience hospitalization positively. In this age of medical-scientific progress and technological development in hospital equipment, the designers of healthcare instruments focus their activities on developing a coherent patient-centered approach that aims to consider the person globally. Currently, the rigors of the humanization of pediatric care are elaborating products that have both technological innovation and effective design specifications on children’s implicit needs and expectations. Mainly, the active, collaborative, and coordinated presence and accessibility of the family and the pediatric patient in the care setting are unachieved goals in this field. The article presents the research project Oplà, a 3D acquisition system, as a demonstration of how emerging technologies, culture, communication and collaboration can help significantly in mapping out new diversification measures in standard clinical practice, to enhance the assistance services, by adopting a Human-centered approach strengthened by the iterative process of design thinking.

The hospitalization experience design using gamification applied to a pediatric 3d scanner for compound fractures / Viviani, Sara; Furferi, Rocco; Rinaldi, Alessandra. - ELETTRONICO. - (2022), pp. 176-185. [10.54941/ahfe1002114]

The hospitalization experience design using gamification applied to a pediatric 3d scanner for compound fractures

Viviani, Sara;Furferi, Rocco;Rinaldi, Alessandra
2022

Abstract

Physical, social, and mental well-being is the basic assumption that allows children to experience hospitalization positively. In this age of medical-scientific progress and technological development in hospital equipment, the designers of healthcare instruments focus their activities on developing a coherent patient-centered approach that aims to consider the person globally. Currently, the rigors of the humanization of pediatric care are elaborating products that have both technological innovation and effective design specifications on children’s implicit needs and expectations. Mainly, the active, collaborative, and coordinated presence and accessibility of the family and the pediatric patient in the care setting are unachieved goals in this field. The article presents the research project Oplà, a 3D acquisition system, as a demonstration of how emerging technologies, culture, communication and collaboration can help significantly in mapping out new diversification measures in standard clinical practice, to enhance the assistance services, by adopting a Human-centered approach strengthened by the iterative process of design thinking.
AHFE Open Access
Jay Kalra, Nancy Lightner (eds)
Healthcare and Medical Devices. AHFE 2022
176
185
Goal 9: Industry, Innovation, and Infrastructure
Goal 3: Good health and well-being
Viviani, Sara; Furferi, Rocco; Rinaldi, Alessandra
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