Students will be required to design a KM solution
for a well-defined healthcare problem, and explain its functionality in a
healthcare settings. Students will be required to (a) identify a 'real'
healthcare issue that can be solved by applying a knowledge management
solution approach; (b) determine the target users, healthcare setting and
functionality of the solution; (c) study literature to understand how
similar problems have been addressed; (d) design a KM solution, detailing
and operational issues, to address the issue; (e) present an evaluation
strategy to evaluate the solution whilst clearly highlighting what is
being evaluated and how does its evaluation affect the application of
their solution; (f) present the full-set of features/services provided by the
(g) highlight how your KM solution can be used to perform a healthcare
service in a specific healthcare settings.
The KM Solution Project is to be conducted as a
group task. Each group can have 3-4 members. Each group member is
required to have a clear role in the project, and should conduct a
well-defined activity in the project. Each group member will be
individually evaluated based on his/her contribution to the project.
The deliverables for this component
Submission of group
members, project title and short description: Due
In-class Solution Presentation (45 mins):
Presentation due on March 15 by 10am. Submit PowePoint file by email. This
file will be used during in-class presentations
Solution Report (around 8- 10 pages):
Due date-April 02 by 6pm. Submit PDF file by email
Students are required to attend ALL presentations.
Presentation Dates: March 15, 19, 22,
26 & 29 (presentation order to be determined later)