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Grand Challenges Mission Launch Pad

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Leticia Britos Cavagnaro

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Transcript of Grand Challenges Mission Launch Pad

Stanford2025 Project
Lenses to look at the GC
Self-Paced Open Loops
Grand Challenges Mission Launch
“Educating Engineers to Meet the Grand Challenges” workshop - National Academy of Engineering,
April 29-May 1 2014
solution: electronic records accessible at all time
people are stuck with one physician who has their health records
people switching doctors because they move, etc.
errors in records that can go unnoticed
how might we provide patients with transparent portable self-regulated health records?
patients might not understand their health records
patients might misenterpret their health records
how might we educate patients about their health statistics?
FACTS
OPINIONS
GUESSES
human centered?
elderly living in assisted care
elderly living alone
young teenagers going though hormonal changes
patients of rare diseases
healthy kids
sick kids
pregnant women
menopausal women
newborns
emergency care patients
does this problem contain an embedded solution?
is this problem generative?
why-how laddering
how might we help patients take better care of themselves?
how migth we reduce healthcare costs?
How might we help patients live longer?
how might we use online platforms to educated patients about their health?
Communities
Families
People who get water
Utility companies
entrepreneurs
Govt
Water Searcher
NGOs
Charities
Rural medical health providers
Schools
Funders
Tourists
Multi-national corporations
ones that sell bottled water
Distributors
Engineers

People who get water
It's difficult
distance
weight of water
Cultural
emotional
bonding
Water Purity
Who's job is it to evaluate?

Solution
wheel to roll water uphill

HMWs
How might we ensure that collected water is pure?
How might we ensure that water collectors collect pure water?
How might we allow water collectors to test the purity of the water?

Is the problem human-centered?
Who are we designing for?
Does the HMW contain a solution?
Is the problem, as we have phrased it, generative enough?
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