Flora Samuel is co-investigator on Information Design and Architecture: Combatting Drug Resistant Infection (IDAPPS) a one year Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) funded project together with the Principle Investigator, Sue Walker, in Typography.
Her role has been in supporting the development of innovation competition with design practices and pharmacists to design and pilot an installation that will inform the public about the dangers of antibiotic overuse.
This work builds on the AHRC Home Improvements Ideas Lab process and has fed into the development of Creative Canal, a shortlisted AHRC R & D Hub for the Creative Economy.
Reports and Publications:
Sue Walker, Sue Hignett, Rosemary Lim, Flora Samuel, ‘Explaining drug-resistant infection in community pharmacies through effective information design’, Design for Health, 4, 1 p.82-104 (2020).
2017 – 2019 (Co-I), Combating Anti-Microbial Resistance: Information Design and Architecture in Persuasive Pharmacy Spaces (IDAPPS), £250K, PI Prof Sue Walker (typography). Outputs selected for presentation at the AHRC Design Research Showcase, London 2018. https://amrpharmacy.org/