Conference Abstract Submission _ Design 4 HEALTH #design4health @Lab4Livng @wolstenholme_d


 Early bird registration and abstract submission are now open for the 2017 Design4Health Conference. Lab4Living and Sheffield-Hallam University, in conjunction with the Centre for Design Innovation and Swinburne University are excited to host this biennial event – held for the first time in the Southern Hemisphere. Running during the Australian summer, at the iconic Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG), the 2017 Conference is sure to energise and inspire.

The rising demands on human wellbeing, health services, sports health, rural and urban service challenges, and an ageing population, have revealed the powerful benefits of interdisciplinary design to deliver future-oriented innovations in health. Your participation in this event would be welcomed to help cast forward a new approach for the world’s wellbeing. By drawing upon diverse disciplines, this event will bring us towards a common issue affecting us all – our health futures.

Abstract submissions for the Conference are now being accepted and Early Bird Registration is now open. All peer-reviewed accepted abstracts will be automatically invited to submit a full version of their papers for consideration in subsequent editions of the Design for Health Journal.

Please click here to view the downloadable/printable D4H 2017 Conference Flyer.

Visit the Design4Health Conference Website to find out more about the Conference, submit your work and take advantage of the early registration fee.

We look forward to your participation at this exciting event!


Design4Health 2017 Conference Organisers



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