October 09, 2020
The School of Design at CMU is Seeking Participants to Inform Inclusive Patient-Centered Healthcare Project
The School of Design at Carnegie Mellon University is looking for people 18 years and older living with physical and/or visual disabilities to participate in interviews and conversations. The purpose is to inform students who are working on concepts for better inclusive patient experiences when visiting healthcare centers. These students are senior undergraduate students studying design in the areas of products, communications, and environments design. Participants will contribute to project work that is currently taking place this October and November.
The time commitment is based on how often a participant wants to engage. They are seeking people who are willing to be interviewed, which can be as little as 30 minutes or longer based on participant availability, and people interested in meeting a few times with the students to contribute to idea generation and to provide feedback.
All scheduled meetings with participants will consider their available time. Participation in this research study is completely voluntary, all identities will be anonymized, and no personal data will be collected and recorded without permission.
If you wish to participate in this study or have any questions, please feel free to contact anyone of the following people:
They look forward to your participation. Thank you for your time and consideration.