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As an approach, design thinking taps into capacities we all have but that are overlooked by more conventional problem-solving practices. Not only does it focus on creating products and services that are human centered, but the process itself is also deeply human. Design thinking relies on our ability to be intuitive, to recognize patterns, to construct ideas that have emotional meaning as well as being functional, and to express ourselves in media other than words or symbols. Nobody wants to run an organiza
Russell and colleagues stress, “System[s] thinking requires a change in mindset: recognizing that the whole is greater than the sum of its parts and contrasting with a traditional, reductionist approach.” allows for a different way of approaching, interlinking, analyzing, and solving challenges that moves away from traditional problem-solving—the idea of isolating a system into smaller, digestible parts” (Russel et al. 2014). It is seeing the many components of a complex network of mutual influences
Assess, Treat and SORT (support discharge, organize admission, refer and/ or transfer) constituted the integrated career and competence framework we developed outlining key competences performed in any context by interdependent partners. Themes relating to competences required for current and future integrated urgent and emergency care from each of the datasets were triangulated to identify the key outcome competences. That is, what staff would be expected to do in the workplace underpinned by essential kno