week 1 (8/21, 8/23)
20 minutes - Origami, creativity and teamwork - Ellen
20 minutes - Jeremy talks about What's in ED, media:ER_Future_What Happens in ER.pdf
20 minutes - Overview of Healthcare - David media: Introduction to Healthcare Delivery.pdf
20 minutes - introduction of the class - Craig (and all)
- check the homework assignments on the left side bar
- Course objectives and schedule - Craig
- Developing problem statements through observations - Jeremy - media:Design Exercise.pdf
- best of previous projects - Toward a Smart Healing Environment Summary - Ellen (actual presentation at Aug 27)
week 2 (8/28, 8/30)
- Take notes in the Site visits, and upload your report to the wiki site. You would present your observation Tuesday September 4th.
Week 3 (9/4, 9/6)
- EBD 101 - by Craig - [ebd-101.pdf]
- Field Observation Notebook - [FieldObservationNotebook.pdf]
- 2 Grady ER visits scheduled for Thursday - 9 am, and 4 pm - depart from Georgia Tech.
- Please observe dress code - see Site Visit Handouts by David File:SiteVisit-1.pdf & File:Site-Visit-2.pdf
Week 4 (9/11, 9/13)
- Pecha-Kucha presentation of ER observation on Sep 11 th.
- What is Pecha Kucha - http://www.pecha-kucha.org/what
- 20 x 20 - http://www.pecha-kucha.org/ or look up wikipedia page - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PechaKucha
- just google to find good Pecha Kucha examples!
here are 3 good examples -
- (ignore the pronunciation - but pay attention to the content) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9NZOt6BkhUg
- argument for using pecha kucha in educational setting http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EOWXGal31Hc
- tour of Emory EUH ED on Tuesday morning (leaving on the Emory shuttle at 815am (Atlanta/Ferst, in front of the Cherry Biology Building) returning at 1045am to the same place.
- And Thursday afternoon trip to Emory Midtown after class (we are walking).
Week 5 (9/18, 9/20)
Week 6 (9/25, 9/27)
Problem defined and understood
Week 7 (10/2, 10/4)
Survey results media:Topic-Survey-128pm.pdf
Week 8 (10/9, 10/11)
Presentation of possible Options - design solutions.
Week 9 (10/16, 10/18)
After Fall Break, presentation of Solutions.
Week 10 (10/23, 10/25)
10/25 to present 1st Pototype
Week 11 (10/30, 11/1)
Week 12 (11/6, 11/8)
Week 13 (11/13, 11/15)
Design testing and evaluation with visitors - to play with full-scale mock-up demonstration models.
Week 14 (11/20, 11/22)
11/22 Thanksgiving Break
Week 15 (11/27, 11/29)
Week 16 (12/4, 12/6)
Final presentations (VIP & Public Open House)
Some resources about technology and emergenency medicine
On Healthcare Design
- AIA Academy Journal by AIA Academy of Architecture for Health
- Center for Health Design http://www.healthdesign.org
- Nokia N800 Internet Tablet with Skype 
- Intel and Motion Computing - Mobile Clinical Assistant
- Hornof, A. J. & Cavender, A. (2005). EyeDraw: Enabling children with severe motor impairments to draw with their eyes. Proceedings of ACM CHI 2005: Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, New York: ACM, 161-170. PDF file.
- Bergman, E. Johnson, E. Towards Accessible Human-Computer Interaction. From "Advances in Human-Computer Interaction" Volume 5, Jakob Nielsen, Editor, Copyright 1995. http://www.sun.com/access/developers/updt.HCI.advance.html
- A Prescription for Innovation mentioned by HealthGrades the hospital rating firm. http://www.fastcompany.com/magazine/104/sparc.html