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AT&T sponsored this project for our ME 313 class at Stanford. We were charged with creating an application that would support AT&T's goal of becoming a future health data storage portal. My work partner Sungjoon Kim and I framed our project t
AT&T sponsored this project for our ME 313 class at Stanford. We were charged with creating an application that would support AT&T's goal of becoming a future health data storage portal. My work partner Sungjoon Kim and I framed our project t

AT&T sponsored this project for our ME 313 class at Stanford. We were charged with creating an application that would support AT&T's goal of becoming a future health data storage portal. My work partner Sungjoon Kim and I framed our project t

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1/2 PROJECT is a non-profit social venture that aims to help consumers perceive giving to
charity differently. We champion the idea of giving on a small scale through everyday common purchases, instead of large annual gifts.

1/2 PROJECT is a non-profit social venture that aims to help consumers perceive giving to charity differently. We champion the idea of giving on a small scale through everyday common purchases, instead of large annual gifts.

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Jules commented on Enhanced Kangaroo Mother Care

Encouraging Kangaroo Care in US NICUs is also a big priority...barriers like fear of removing a baby from an isolette because of tubes/ventilators connected to baby, as well as lack of privacy in open bay NICU designs (which is the typical layout) inhibit parents from doing Kangaroo Care. Privacy, ease of transition between incubator and parent as well as a comfortable chair is essential when encouraging Kangaroo Care in US hospitals. It's a problem that needs to be addressed from a few different angles--at least in US NICUs...your solution will probably be very different depending on the context in which you focus. Focusing on a particular context and use case will help to define a solution/s. There are probably a few different solutions depending on context. The solutions might also need to incorporate another physical element besides the baby holder. What I mean is that some sort of portable privacy screen might need to be part of the kit.