We begin by looking at how Médecins Sans Frontières is using Virtual Reality to convey what life is really like in an African refugee camp
Forced From Home: from the April 2016 issue of CR
Next, we report on two new hospital projects, from Manchester and Sheffield, which reveal the importance of design in creating a better environment for sick children and their carers.
Child centred: from the April 2016 issue of CR
Eliza Williams talks to Miki Agrawal, co-founder of controversial but highly innovative feminine hygiene brand Thinx
Tackling the feminine hygiene industry, one taboo at a time: from the April 2016 issue of CR
The healthcare sector in advertising is undergoing something of a creative upturn, not least due to the work of ad agency Langland. We talk to ECD Andrew Spurgeon
Responding to Treatment: CR April 2016
Rachael Steven interviews Jawbone CCO and leading product designer Yves Béhar about what we have learned about the design of wearables and where that sector is going next
Track, measure, motivate: CR April 2016
And we pick our highlights from the shortlist of this year’s AXA PPP Health Tech & You awards
The future of health tech: CR April 2016
Mark Sinclair talks to artist James Leadbitter about how he is using his own experiences to improve mental healthcare.
Madlove: a designer asylum. CR April 2016
And Mark also traces the history of Gray’s Anatomy and its place in the development of medical illustration.
Under the skin: CR April 2016
While we also look at how leading photographers are tackling the big issues around health, as shown by the World Press Photo and Sony World Photography award winners
Picture of health: CR April 2016
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Read more here:: CR April 16: The Health Issue