Ever wanted to know where to learn more about co-design in healthcare? Check out these websites out to get some new ideas.
Health service co-design
An online version of the popular toolkit Health Service Co-design this website explains how to work with patients to understand their experiences and make improvements to healthcare services. Includes a range of practical tools.
The king’s fund
A patient and family centred toolkit with practical advice on how to implement an experience-based co-design project within a health service. Each section has links to other resources such as case studies, templates and videos.
This toolkit provides everything you need to run the Patient and Family-Centred Care approach yourself.www.kingsfund.org.uk
An informative website with information on design, design strategy and design research. There are excellent resources available here on co-design workshops
Co-design in action
Flip the Clinic
An initiative which strives to transform the patent-clinician experience through facilitating a three-step process. Generate ideas. Field test. Launch.
Flip the Clinic is a new Robert Wood Johnson Foundation project to re-imagine the medical encounter between patients…fliptheclinic.org
Design for health and wellbeing lab
A collaboration between Auckland District Health Board and Auckland University of Technology.
Websites for inspiration
Poems in the waiting room
A Dunedin-based arts in health charity that provides poetry cards for “patients waiting for medical appointments, rest home residents waiting for meals, outings or appointments, hospice patients and their families and prison inmates.”
This page is regularly updated. If you know any good sites leave a note here and I’ll add it to the page. Or send me an e-mail.