Keynote at King's Fund conference
Helen Hamlyn Centre for Design Director Jeremy Myerson spoke on the theme of Inclusive Approaches to Designing Healthcare at the King's Fund annual conference 2011.
The Helen Hamlyn Centre for Design's DOME (Designing Out Medical Error) project was taken as an exemplar for a more inclusive approach in his presentation.
The King's Fund is a highly influential player in investigating and piloting improvements to the delivery of healthcare in England. There is a history of collaboration between the King's Fund and the Royal College of Art that dates back to the development of the King's Fund NHS hospital bed in the 1960s, under the leadership of Bruce Archer.
See Jeremy Myerson's presentation at the King's Fund annual conference 2011 here