Are you a design thinker? According to design thinking thought leaders, Tom and David Kelley, there are two prerequisites to a good design idea: a good question and empathy for... read more →
According to the urban dictionary, 'YAAY' is a word used when you are EXTREMELY excited about something - and in this case it rings true! This week, PHISICC has the... read more →
In September this year, the inaugural Global Evidence Summit (GES) took place in Cape Town, South Africa. For three days, 1300 delegates from 75 countries descended onto the shores of... read more →
Following several weeks of fieldwork by the PHISICC team, including interviews and observations guided by Human Centred Design (HCD) principles, the characterisation of paper-based health information systems (HIS) in Côte d’Ivoire, Nigeria and... read more →
Global Evidence Summit, Cape Town, South Africa, 13-16 Sept, 2017 #GESummit17 The Global Evidence Summit 2017 aims to advance the use of reliable research evidence in addressing some of the world's... read more →
The TAG for PHISICC met in Basel over 6-7th Sept, 2016 and again in April 2017.
What's the difference between a complicated and complex problem? And how should each type of problem be approached. Researcher and knowledge management expert David Snowden has explored these questions. In... read more →