Below are details of a ‘free’ 8 month programme paid for by the Commission (you must get the support of the manager/CEO of your organisation, plus give some of your time and attend a one day introductory session in Auckland or Wellington).
Read the reviews of last year’s programme and more information at the link below.
The Health Quality & Safety Commission invites you to take part in an eight-month programme for consumers and health providers to learn about experience-based design (EBD).
The programme has been organised by the Commission, and will be facilitated by Lynne Maher, Director of Innovation, Ko Awatea.
It aims to improve consumer participation across the health and disability sector, and develop leadership skills for consumers and providers. A key feature is the requirement for participants to work in pairs, with one member being a patient/consumer/family/whānau, and the other member being a provider (clinician or manager).
It’s an exciting programme which will give you the tools and techniques to carry out EBD, as well as stretching your thinking about the value and impact of this work.
You can read more about the programme here:
Places are limited and we encourage you to apply as soon as possible.
To download an application form click here.