Transcripts are available for: video 1Process Innovation In A Hospital Setting Video 2 Improving The Patient Experience in Torbay Hospital Video 3-Enabling Innovation in a Hospital Setting
In these videos medical staff from Torbay Hospital UK, talk about their work in trying to make improvements to service quality and patient experience Video 1 Video 2 Video 3 You can find transcripts of the videos here
DOME final version This case describes a project to improve patient safety through learning from other sectors and offers some interesting insights into the idea of recombinant innovation.
Lynne Maher transcript
This TED Talk video offers a good example of user needs driving innovation in low income contexts. When he realized his wife had to choose between buying family meals and buying her monthly “supplies,” Arunachalam Muruganantham vowed to help her solve the problem of the sanitary pad.
In the developing world, access to incubators is limited by cost and distance, and millions of premature babies die each year. In this TEDTalk video Jane Chen shows an invention that could keep millions of these infants warm — a design that’s safe, portable, low-cost and life-saving.
Patients are increasingly recognised as a source of innovation and this led Pedro Oliveira and colleagues to establish a network of such user innovators. On this website you can find an introductory video about the principles and also an extensive library of case examples
Lynne Maher, Head of Innovation at the UK National Health Service Institute for Innovation and Improvement talking about experience-based design and other approaches to innovation in the health sector. A transcript of the interview is here
We often use the metaphor of survival when talking about innovation – but there are some situations where this is literally true. In the kinds of crisis condition in which humanitarian agencies operate the need to find novel solutions and implement them quickly is always present – and may be the difference between life and
User-led innovation in the medical sector This podcast is an interview with Dr Tim Craft, Consultant in Anaesthesia and Intensive Care and also Deputy Medical Director of the Royal United Hospital, Bath, U.K. Tim is also Managing Director of AMS, a medical devices company specialising in anaesthesia equipment. It particularly explores his experience with the