Getting to the CORE: trialling an experienced based co-design method to improve recovery for people affected by mental illnesses and their carers in the community mental health setting.
Dr Victoria Palmer, Research Fellow, General Practice and Primary Health Care Academic Centre, University of Melbourne
Thursday, 18 September 2014, 10.30am to 11.30am
Room 1, Gibson Building
The CORE study is a world first cluster randomised controlled trial test a co-design method developed by co-investigators from the Victorian Mental Illness Awareness Council and Tandem (representing Victorian Carers). It is designed as a stepped wedge trial where teams working in mental health community support services, service users and their carers will be randomised to receive a co-design intervention in one of three waves over two and a half years. This presentation will provide an overview of the study design with its engagement and translation model, and the co-design methodology being implemented and share how we are getting to the CORE of experience to optimise mental health services for recovery.
This is an internal University of Oxford seminar.