Community of Practice
Join the Institute’s Community of Practice on UX to network, learn and enhance your own knowledge and experience in this evolving field.
Dr Chris Marmo, Paper Giant
What is UX?
We often get stuck thinking about the complexity of change in big IT systems and in big organisations. User experience and human-centred design help us think about health consumers and design directly for them.
Great UX gives meaning to a service. It shows that the service knows you, sees you, hears you. This is true for consumers and healthcare professionals. To truly know the end-user, you need to use different design methods not just business intelligence (BI) and demographic and activity data.
The process around UX, which is to include users in decision-making, makes different kinds of impact. It helps organisations be better at what they do, and minimises the risk of doing the wrong thing.
Stephen Stoyan AFAIDH
QLD, Chair & Digital Content Coordinator
Director of Digital Health, Orion Health
NSW, Member Engagement Coordinator & Written Content Coordinator
Managing Director, Lumi IT Group
Elizabeth Davis CHIA
QLD, Digital Content Coordinator
Director Hospital Systems Improvement, Healthcare Logic
David Hunter CHIA
QLD, Written Content Coordinator
Integration Specialist, Townsville University Hospital
Dr Daniel Peyton
VIC, Student representative
Paediatrician/Researcher, Murdoch Children’s Research Institute
Prof Chris Bain FAIDH
VIC, Committee member
Professor of Practice (Digital Health), Digital Health Lead, Faculty of IT, Monash University
The Institute hosts dozens of events nationally each year.
User Experience (UX) on Digital Health TV
A member-exclusive benefit featuring hundreds of videos.
UX saving lives: Why design in healthcare matters
Incorporating the principles of design into virtual care and telehealth services
Webinar - Running a great health IT Project with user experience (UX) in mind
Best practice improving the patient experience: An international perspective
UX achievements to date
UX Network Community of Practice
Community blogs, learnings and insights
If you would like to contribute to our community of practice and have something to say, send us an email.
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