Join co-designer, philosopher and PhD student Pieter Vandekerckhove as he explores important questions about health care innovations and finding fulfillment in life. Pieter is PhD student, Erasmus School of Health Policy and Management, he holds MSc and BSc degrees in philosophy from University of Gent. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org. www.addperspective.com. This Podcast is co-produced by Frederick Thielen and supported by Erasmus University Rotterdam.
Care for young parents with cancer and their children
In this episode of the Co-design Health podcast, Pieter Vandekerckhove speaks with Mark Van Achter (experience expert), Nel Kleverlaan (Kankerspoken), Ruocha Wang (Integrated product design), Dr. Josée Zijlstra (Prof. dr. Josée Zijlstra-Baalbergen). Important solutions are: discuss the parent-child relationship, pediatric and adult care collaboration, provide childcare for children in the department or closeby, provide overnight solutions for partners to stay over with children.
Co-design with health policy makers
In this episode of the Co-design Health podcast, Pieter Vandekerckhove speaks with Brieuc Van Damme about the involvement of health policymakers in co-design. They discuss how Brieuc got to commute between the arctic polar circle and Brussels as a health policymaker/consultant, why complex health problems as obesity need to be solved, how co-design could be a solution to these problems, tips and tricks to manage multiple stakeholders and how to get policymakers in a co-design session.
Learning from our DNA
In this episode of the Co-design Health podcast, Pieter Vandekerckhove speaks with Dr Christophe Van Neste about the use of DNA applications in healthcare. They discuss how he got to be in Saudi-Arabia, the difference between machine learning, deep neural networks and artificial intelligence, and if any of these technologies will change healthcare radically, the need for algorithms to synthesize all DNA research, what we can expect from DNA applications in the field of cancer and other topics.