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Using films to help co-design mental health services
Thu 7 July 2016, 12:00 – 16:30 BST
On Thursday 7 July The Point of Care Foundation is running a free half-day seminar to showcase a new set of films designed for use as part of experience based co-design (EBCD) projects. EBCD is a service improvement methodology which brings staff and patients together as equal partners. Drawing on their experience of receiving or providing the service, improvements are identified and changes are co-designed and implemented – together.
The trigger films focus on a range of challenging mental health issues including:
- young people with depression
- carers of people with dementia
- ethnic minority mental health
They have been produced by the Health Experiences Research Group at the University of Oxford and can be used in ‘accelerated’ EBCD projects. They are all available online via the Healthtalk website.
Delegates will hear from the team behind the films, as well as getting an overview of the co-design methodology and hearing case studies from teams who have made improvements using EBCD.
The primary audience for this event is mental health professionals, but it will also be of interest to people with responsibility for service improvement or increasing patient involvement.
For more information about the EBCD methodology, visit The Point of Care Foundation website.
If you have any questions about this event please contact Patrick Cullen (email@example.com)