Using film and people's experiences to co-design services

30 August 2016 Room 137B, Skipton House, 80 London Road, London SE1 6LH

On the afternoon of 30 August, NHS England is running a free half-day seminar to showcase a new set of films called ‘trigger films’, designed for use as part of experience based co-design (EBCD) projects. 

EBCD is a service improvement methodology which brings staff, carers and patients together as equal partners. Drawing on experiences of receiving or providing the service, improvements are identified and changes are co-designed and implemented – together.

Produced by the Health Experiences Research Group at the University of Oxford, the trigger films focus on a range of challenging areas of care and can be used in ‘accelerated’ EBCD projects. The trigger films 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 from people who have first-hand experience of working in partnership to make improvements using EBCD.

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