Maggie Breslin is the program director of The Patient Revolution, the organizational engine for a care movement. She and her team work towards a healthcare future defined by unhurried conversations, seeing people in all their complexity, and care plans that make intellectual, emotional, and practical sense. She has spent 18+ years as a designer and researcher in the healthcare space, including 7 years at the Mayo Clinic’s Center for Innovation.
Breslin teaches in the Design for Social Innovation program at the School of Visual Arts (SVA) in NYC. She published in journals ranging from Design Issues to Archives of Internal Medicine. Breslin holds a Masters of Design (MDes) from Carnegie Mellon University.
Think, Feel, Talk: Design and Medical Shared Decision Making
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