Patrick Dube, Living Lab SAT / Ste – Justine


Patrick dube

After a Masters in Cultural Anthropology and doctoral studies in modeling complex studies, Patrick Dubé started his research career in the domain of digital medical applications. Since 2009, he’s been assisting organizations in the development of their innovative practices and supports the development of innovative practices open to SME’s, NPO’s and municipalities. In 2013, he founded Umvelt; a consulting firm specialized in service design responsible for many living labs initiatives in the healthcare sector and projects related to smart cities.

He also serves as a co-director of research at the Society for Arts and Technology and now chairs the Montreal round table for living labs.

The Living Lab SAT / STE-JUSTINE

This interdisciplinary project aims at developing new uses for the Arts and Technology in the healthcare sector where skills and creativity of the SAT designers / researchers is driven by contributions from patients, families and caregivers of the CHU Sainte-Justine. Read more