Article published in:Health Information Design
Edited by Guillermina Noël
[Information Design Journal 23:3] 2017
► pp. 310–318
The impact of design on research teams in health services: A case study of the significance of the design artifact for interdisciplinary research and the generation of theoretical and applied lines of inquiry
Keywords: cancer treatment, decision aids, patient communication, shared decision making, health services, experience maps, visual communication design, design artifacts, design research process
Published online: 18 May 2018
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