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Graduation Year: 2020

Lindsey has designed an exoskeleton that can mature with Duchenne boys between the ages of 10 and 17, to grow with them both physically and emotionally at different ages.

Maturing exoskeleton for Duchenne

Lindsey Vermeer

(2020)

Hosana wanted to help families with children with congenital heart defects (CHD) understand the safe limits of exercise and play.

BO: promoting exercise for kids with heart defects

Hosana Morales

(2020)

Paul designed an avatar-based puzzle concept to help child patients understand and participate in their clinical tests and test results.

The Brain self portrait

Paul Meulendijks

(2020)

Maira designed a mobile application to provide CSN parents with a common language to reflect and share their perspectives on thinking about the future.

Future Journeys: a tool for special need kids’ parents

Maira Ribelles Armell

(2020)

Karin wanted to develop a participatory design process that would enable nurses to improve their own working environment.

DesigNurse: nurses as designers

Karin Tetteroo

(2020)

Laura designed ICoon, a tool to facilitate more effective and efficient patient handovers in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU).

The art of handing over

Laura Schrauwen

(2020)

Anna designed the QAED Trainer, a physical device that allows users to practice AED use, and the QAED Classroom app that collects and analyses data to provide feedback to the instructor.

QAED: the future of AED training

Anna Gębala

(2020)

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