We can't always secure space inside our clinics. We've learned to pack light, be mobile, and cram 5 people into a physician's office!
Inclusion is essential. When we can't hear from people in person, we'll use virtual tools to help us pursue the widest range of viewpoints and life experiences possible.
Slowly but surely, I'm shaping the design culture at KP. Even our project sponsor Tim agreed to facilitate an emoji-fueled dot voting session.
Building strong relationships with our partners is the first step to making change within KP. We held a staff kickoff to get to know everyone personally.
Traveling to the windowless IT basements to design the CSS of secure messages.
We spent 4 weeks in Colorado to identify regional-specific needs. This clinic in Colorado is attached to a contracted hospital, an interesting contrast to owned hospitals.
Writing, performing, and recording songs about the loss of a loved one during a Bereavement Center's Teen Retreat weekend.
Making paper music shakers with elementary school students to encourage creative reuse of household object.