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CardioLab is currently looking for a PhD candidate who is interested in the development of smart products and services that enable shared-decision-making in healthcare. The intended PhD project will investigate how data flows within and around decisions on care pathways can be related to the social well-being of patients, their families and involved care staff. The PhD project builds on previous research that looked at (a) how AI and Natural Language Processing can be used to analyze qualitative data on online patient forums in order to gain a better understanding of care pathways, and (b) how patient experiences with care pathways can be integrally improved by means of co-creative service design methods. The PhD project departs from a fundamental underlying question about new data flows that are generated by smart digital technology and made meaningful through AI. We are interested in how these new data streams can have an impact on the broader social well-being of patients, their families and involved care staff. The PhD project aims to work on this challenge by developing new design competencies -based on new capabilities and methodologies.

For more information, please consult the vacancy that will appear online within some days after this post, on:

https://www.tudelft.nl/en/about-tu-delft/working-at-tu-delft/phd

Partner TU Delft
Dirk  Snelders

Prof. dr. Dirk Snelders