PHIDD2 Minute Madness Initial Team Ideas Fall 2016

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PHIDD/2 Minute Madness – Initial Team Ideas Fall 2016 Up next: Title of your

PHIDD/2 Minute Madness – Initial Team Ideas Fall 2016 Up next: Title of your idea #1 Northeastern University 1

PHIDD/2 Minute Madness – Initial Team Ideas Fall 2016 Title of your idea #1

PHIDD/2 Minute Madness – Initial Team Ideas Fall 2016 Title of your idea #1 Your name Your school/year Your email Team members: [list first names] Vision: [In one sentence, summarize impact your solution will have on health] Northeastern University 2

PHIDD/2 Minute Madness – Initial Team Ideas Fall 2016 The problem Convince us you

PHIDD/2 Minute Madness – Initial Team Ideas Fall 2016 The problem Convince us you are tackling an important health problem. State it and what must change to solve it. Be specific. Visuals are better than text. Northeastern University 3

PHIDD/2 Minute Madness – Initial Team Ideas Beliefs Fall 2016 Use one or more

PHIDD/2 Minute Madness – Initial Team Ideas Beliefs Fall 2016 Use one or more of the frameworks we have discussed to help you describe the core novelty of the idea and why now is the time to pursue it. You could use Slavin’s framework, for instance, as the template shows. BN WB What do they believe now? What do we want them to believe? Northeastern University 4

PHIDD/2 Minute Madness – Initial Team Ideas Fall 2016 Truths and cultural insight TCI

PHIDD/2 Minute Madness – Initial Team Ideas Fall 2016 Truths and cultural insight TCI What is the timely cultural insight? BN S What do they believe now? WB What do we want them to believe? THT What is the timeless human truth? Northeastern University 5

PHIDD/2 Minute Madness – Initial Team Ideas Fall 2016 Solution In two slides, describe

PHIDD/2 Minute Madness – Initial Team Ideas Fall 2016 Solution In two slides, describe your proposed solution. Visuals are better than text. Northeastern University 6

PHIDD/2 Minute Madness – Initial Team Ideas Fall 2016 Solution In two slides, describe

PHIDD/2 Minute Madness – Initial Team Ideas Fall 2016 Solution In two slides, describe your proposed solution. Visuals are better than text. Make sure that all your slides are professional, free of typos, and use minimal text. Practice so you can make a well-honed pitch for the idea. Try not to use notes. Northeastern University 7

PHIDD/2 Minute Madness – Initial Team Ideas Fall 2016 Expertise Describe why your team

PHIDD/2 Minute Madness – Initial Team Ideas Fall 2016 Expertise Describe why your team is suited to tackle this problem, and develop and make a compelling case for the proposed solution. Northeastern University 8

PHIDD/2 Minute Madness – Initial Team Ideas Fall 2016 Overall In this one slide,

PHIDD/2 Minute Madness – Initial Team Ideas Fall 2016 Overall In this one slide, summarize why your are proposing an intellectually deep solution to the problem. What is the big story about how we improve help that your prototype would help convince others of. Why does your prototype show us a new direction in health, using personal health informatics? Northeastern University 9

PHIDD/2 Minute Madness – Initial Team Ideas Fall 2016 Up next: Title of your

PHIDD/2 Minute Madness – Initial Team Ideas Fall 2016 Up next: Title of your idea #2 Northeastern University 10

PHIDD/2 Minute Madness – Initial Team Ideas Fall 2016 Title of your idea #2

PHIDD/2 Minute Madness – Initial Team Ideas Fall 2016 Title of your idea #2 Your name Your school/year Your email Team members: [list first names] Vision: [In one sentence, summarize impact your solution will have on health] Northeastern University 11

PHIDD/2 Minute Madness – Initial Team Ideas Fall 2016 The problem Convince us you

PHIDD/2 Minute Madness – Initial Team Ideas Fall 2016 The problem Convince us you are tackling an important health problem. State it and what must change to solve it. Be specific. Visuals are better than text. Northeastern University 12

PHIDD/2 Minute Madness – Initial Team Ideas Beliefs Fall 2016 Use one or more

PHIDD/2 Minute Madness – Initial Team Ideas Beliefs Fall 2016 Use one or more of the frameworks we have discussed to help you describe the core novelty of the idea and why now is the time to pursue it. You could use Slavin’s framework, for instance, as the template shows. BN WB What do they believe now? What do we want them to believe? Northeastern University 13

PHIDD/2 Minute Madness – Initial Team Ideas Fall 2016 Truths and cultural insight TCI

PHIDD/2 Minute Madness – Initial Team Ideas Fall 2016 Truths and cultural insight TCI What is the timely cultural insight? BN S What do they believe now? WB What do we want them to believe? THT What is the timeless human truth? Northeastern University 14

PHIDD/2 Minute Madness – Initial Team Ideas Fall 2016 Solution In two slides, describe

PHIDD/2 Minute Madness – Initial Team Ideas Fall 2016 Solution In two slides, describe your proposed solution. Visuals are better than text. Northeastern University 15

PHIDD/2 Minute Madness – Initial Team Ideas Fall 2016 Solution In two slides, describe

PHIDD/2 Minute Madness – Initial Team Ideas Fall 2016 Solution In two slides, describe your proposed solution. Visuals are better than text. Make sure that all your slides are professional, free of typos, and use minimal text. Practice so you can make a well-honed pitch for the idea. Try not to use notes. Northeastern University 16

PHIDD/2 Minute Madness – Initial Team Ideas Fall 2016 Expertise Describe why your team

PHIDD/2 Minute Madness – Initial Team Ideas Fall 2016 Expertise Describe why your team is suited to tackle this problem, and develop and make a compelling case for the proposed solution. Northeastern University 17

PHIDD/2 Minute Madness – Initial Team Ideas Fall 2016 Overall In this one slide,

PHIDD/2 Minute Madness – Initial Team Ideas Fall 2016 Overall In this one slide, summarize why your are proposing an intellectually deep solution to the problem. What is the big story about how we improve help that your prototype would help convince others of. Why does your prototype show us a new direction in health, using personal health informatics? Northeastern University 18