What is experienced based co-design?

What is experienced based co-design?

Experience-based co-design (EBCD) is an approach that enables staff and patients (or other service users) to co-design services and/or care pathways, together in partnership. The approach is different to other service improvement techniques.

What is EBCD healthcare?

Experience-based co-design (EBCD), developed in the UK, brings together narrative-based research with service design methods to improve patient and staff experiences of care. Patients and staff are filmed, interviewed, and/or observed to understand positive and negative care experiences.

What is co designing care?

Co-design involves the patients in the design process and works with them to understand their met and unmet needs. Veterans then help the health care design team come up with different opportunities and test them to determine their desirability and feasibility in practice.

How do you do a Codesign?

Key components of a co-design process should involve:

  1. Intentionally involving target users in designing solutions.
  2. Postponing design decisions until after gathering feedback.
  3. Synthesizing feedback from target users into insights.
  4. Developing solutions based on feedback.

What are co-design tools?

Co-design tools can be used to enable people to discover other peoples’ perspectives, develop and define ideas and deliver those ideas. We sometimes use the Design Council’s Double Diamond as one process which can support the use of co-design tools. The Design Council’s Double Diamond in detail.

What are co-design activities?

Co-design is a participatory tool for problem-solving that brings those with technical expertise and lived experience together, on equal ground, to design solutions.

What are the specifics of co-design?

Co-design is a design-led process that uses creative and participatory methods. There is no one-size-fits-all approach. Instead, there are patterns and principles that can be applied in different ways with different people. Importantly, co-designers make decisions, not just suggestions (Burkett, 2012).

How do I plan a co-design session?

Tips for running a co-design:

  1. 8 people max per workshop.
  2. Prior to creating a calendar invite, ask who would be interested to participate via a message or in person. Allow teams to choose who will represent their team.
  3. Have your low-fidelity sketching supplies ready: Post-its, markers, blank sheets etc.

Is co-design a research methodology?

Sydney Policy Lab positions co-design not just as a design and development model, but also as a research methodology. The Lab work with a ‘relational method’ as their particular take on co-designing research.

What is co-design in design thinking?

Co-Design, also known as participatory design, seeks a deeper insight to the customer’s cultural, emotional and practical requirements, and involves mutual learning by all parties throughout the process rather than just at the research stage.

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