The teams will deliver creative, interactive, and rigorous presentations while integrating into holistic fashion the concepts covered in class (see list of concepts below). Students are expected to be deliberate with their designs and follow the storytelling framework to create compelling, dynamic, interactive, and engaging presentations. They must showcase the need, the value, the implications, and overall contribution to influence the future of patient healthcare and meet stakeholder needs through empathic human-centered designs. Simulations, role-playing, skits, audience engagement, prototypes, and other dynamic formats are expected as part of the presentation. Final team presentations will be 10 minutes and 3 additional minutes for Q&A and feedback. Each presentation will be followed by I LIKE-I WISH-WHAT IF feedback. The sponsor and members of his team are welcome to participate as panelists in the final presentations. Peer, faculty, and executive feedback will be integrated into the final grade. General Expectations • Use props, prototypes, and virtual room setup brings the scene to life • Demonstrate evidence of empathy—the final design is human-centered • The solution or idea addresses a compelling need • Demonstrate evidence of the value-added--quantitative and qualitative
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