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Recovery and renewal of co-design in healthcare by‍ Lariena Kumar, Caylee Raber, Logan Wilkinson, and Nadia Beyzaei

Workshop

1 hr 30 mins

Through this project we aim to explore how co-design practices evolved and pivoted to engage the most impacted communities in health service research and delivery and beyond the Covid-19 pandemic with the aim of creating a community of practice to learn from these experiences to inform the future of co-design practices.

Date and time:

Monday, 13 November - 17:30-19:00 GMT, 12:30-14:00 EST, 9:30-11:00 PST

Intended audience: 
  • Some experience in inclusive design, but still learning
  • Expert practitioners

Registration opens: 9 October

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Date and time:

Monday, 13 November - 17:30-19:00 GMT, 12:30-14:00 EST, 9:30-11:00 PST

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Over the last 10 years, health systems and services have increased the use of co-design practices to engage stakeholders, relying on close engagement with people and health providers. The pandemic hindered this close engagement and led to rapid adaptations in co-design practices and techniques.

Recovery and Renewal aims to address issues of equity, diversity, and inclusion in post-COVID recovery through the development of capacity building resources in emerging co-design techniques.

For this workshop, the community of practice is a specific space of interest; it is a collaborative initiative for design practitioners from diverse geographies and perspectives to come together to share practices, build connections, and access resources with the principles of equity, diversity and inclusion in the forefront in an effort to create more inclusive and robust co-design practices in healthcare research. It is a space for design or healthcare professionals with at least some experiential knowledge of co-design in healthcare research to contribute to and learn from this excursion into theory.

Picture of the Recovery and Renewal team. Lariena Kumar, Caylee Raber, Logan Wilkinson, and Nadia Beyzaei

Research Assistant + Bachelor of Design Student

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Research Assistant + Bachelor of Design Student

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Health Design Lab Director

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Research Assistant + Bachelor of Design Student

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Health Design Lab Director

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Health design lab manager

Hostile Documentary

1h 38m | 2022

Over the last 10 years, health systems and services have increased the use of co-design practices to engage stakeholders, relying on close engagement with people and health providers. The pandemic hindered this close engagement and led to rapid adaptations in co-design practices and techniques.

Recovery and Renewal aims to address issues of equity, diversity, and inclusion in post-COVID recovery through the development of capacity building resources in emerging co-design techniques.

For this workshop, the community of practice is a specific space of interest; it is a collaborative initiative for design practitioners from diverse geographies and perspectives to come together to share practices, build connections, and access resources with the principles of equity, diversity and inclusion in the forefront in an effort to create more inclusive and robust co-design practices in healthcare research. It is a space for design or healthcare professionals with at least some experiential knowledge of co-design in healthcare research to contribute to and learn from this excursion into theory.

Lariena Kumar

Lariena Kumar is an Indian designer, born and brought up in Delhi. She moved to Vancouver to pursue a BDes degree and is now a fourth-year industrial design student at Emily Carr University with an interdisciplinary practice. Currently she works as a research assistant at the Health Design Lab on the Recovery and Renewal project. She is passionate about ideating with accessibility in mind and creating with purpose.

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Nadia Beyzaei (she/her)

Nadia Beyzaei is a designer, researcher and educator, working in the spaces of health and community engagement. Nadia is the Manager of the Health Design Lab at Emily Carr University and an instructor in the Faculty of Design + Dynamic Media. Through her role at the Health Design Lab, Nadia leads design research and social innovation projects related to Indigenous health, ageing, substance use and complex care.

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