2011 Design of Medical Devices Conference Abstracts

Learning the Art of Disciplined Innovation PUBLIC ACCESS

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Dawn Bardot, Michael Dahl, Fischer Gwen, Kiyo Miyasaka, Marie Johnson

University of Minnesota

J. Med. Devices 5(2), 027523 (Jun 13, 2011) (1 page) doi:10.1115/1.3590703 History: Published June 13, 2011; Online June 13, 2011

We describe a specific implementation of the Biodesign process explained by Zenios et al.  and how it may be adapted for use in small teams in an academic or corporate setting. This adaptation is termed disciplined innovation to place emphasis on the rigorous information mining that must occur to truly understand the problem prior to contemplating design solutions. We provide a roadmap with links to online resources for the purpose of navigating the initial stages of the Biodesign process, specifically “Needs Finding” and “Needs Screening.”

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