Exploring health professionals' perception of engineering adaptive health system in times of crises

Project: Research

Project Details


The health system needs to be engineered in a way that bends and stretches its resources and capabilities quickly and repeatedly to cope with furfure crises such as climate change-related crises. We might call this a ‘turbulence system’. Health Informatics has already assisted the health system with monitoring and managing the process of care delivery, and managing disease outbreaks could play a significant role in achieving these aims. This project aims to explore how digital services can assist health systems and health professionals and what tools and strategies health systems should adopt to be turbulence-ready from frontline healthcare workers’ point of view.
Short titleTurbulence Project
StatusNot started