Can Bundles Be Effective for Both Clinical and Design

Abstract

Can design professionals learn from the current trend in medicine to implement bun-dles of interventions to address par-ticular situations? Practitioners—both clinical and design professionals— hunger for useful information from research that gives clear direction for aspects of their complicated practices. Meanwhile, researchers strive to nar-row their focus to improve the likelihood of confi-dence in the fi ndings, and as a result much of what is known is narrowly precise and does not provide guidance to address the complexity of a multi-or-gan human condition, or a physical environment composed of multiple elements. In each case, it is diffi cult to tease out a single aspect or factor that can be identifi ed as the cause of a condition that could be corrected if only the actual cause could be known. Much reporting of serious research does not clearly explain the practical implications of fi ndings. Translating research into practice is an is-sue for both clinicians and design professionals

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