Is co-design a good fit for me?
If you can answer yes to the following, co-design might be the right approach for you:
- Will we value the experiences of people who use and deliver health services equally?
- Can we commit to making decisions together with people with lived experience, every step of the way?
- Will we value and prioritise cultural diversity in our partnership?
If your team is facing limitations to consumers and staff co-leading every aspect of your project equally, you can still apply approaches and principles of co-design to parts of your work and use alternative partnership approaches elsewhere.
Watch our Introduction to co-design video.
Create a consumer partnership plan to outline an approach that best meets your needs.
How do I do it?
Follow these steps to undertaking a successful co-design project.
|Start-up and engage
|Frame the project problem, build the team and get ready for co-design
|Build understanding by learning from lived experience
|Make sense of what you have learnt; identifying the key touchpoints and opportunities to improve
|Create solutions; test and learn; adapt; implement and evaluate