A Call for Participants
This is the third session of the Design for Policy workshop series, hosted by UNU-IIGH, Imagination Lancaster (Lancaster University), and the Design Research Society Global Health and Policy and Governance Special Interest Groups. This session targets design researchers working in the field of global health and health system strengthening who specifically undertake design research to support the strategic design and development of products, services, and programs. Highly interactive, the workshop will explore how rapid prototyping can aid designers and design researchers on how to engage with policymakers through design methods in developing policies around global health, and in particular issues that have become highlighted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Due to its highly interactive nature, we can only accommodate 45 participants in this workshop. Registration will remain open until the 25th of May and the first 45 participants to log in through the workshop link after 8:45 pm (Malaysia time) will be admitted to the workshop. Please show up early to ensure you have a spot in this exciting event.
When: Wednesday 26 May
Time: 9:00 – 11:00pm MYT (1:00 – 3:00pm UTC)
Registration: Click Here