The mini-symposium "Deciding together in oncology care pathways: the role of service design" took place on April 23.
Having a say in cancer treatment is important if you are a patient. In practice, this is often quite difficult. Both for patients and their loved ones and caregivers. In this mini-symposium we showed how the organization of the entire diagnosis and treatment process contributes to (or stands in the way of) co-determination. We showed insights from our recent research and a new service design approach to support all stakeholders in the care pathway and thus improve collaborative decision making in oncology care pathways.
|1. Brief introduction collaborative decision making in oncology
|Anne Stiggelbout, chair of Metro Mapping Foundation and professor at LUMC and EUR
|2. Service design serving collaborative decision making in oncology care pathways: Metro Mapping
|Ingeborg Griffioen, PhD candidate TU Delft/LUMC
|3. Building metro lines in Visio
|Jasper Brands, creative director of Panton, designers for healthcare
|4. Metro Mapping in practice
|Marion van der Kolk, surgical intensivist, Radboudumc