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Learning Through Codesign

Speciality Classification
Occupational Therapists
Location
Online
Delivery
Online

This recorded webinar will provide examples of how Occupational Therapists can bring lived experience into OT practice through codesign and collaboration.  It will provide an introduction to codesign principles, drawing on current best practice and a review of a mental health peer support group.  Hear from both OTs and Peer Workers involved in the review, who will explain their roles and key enablers for effective engagement and participation in codesign.  Participants will be encouraged to reflect on opportunities and strategies for codesign in their own work areas.

SUITABLE FOR

This recorded webinar is suitable for OTs in any career stage

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  • To understand codesign and its importance in service design, delivery and evaluation.
  • To see examples of the application of codesign in real time settings
  • To explore the intersection of codesign, lived experience participation and peer support group facilitation.
  • To understand key elements of good practice in codesign
  • To explore application of codesign in Occupational Therapy practice

PRESENTERS

Michelle Hegarty, Bronwyn Sanders and Annie Rawson

Bronwyn and Michelle are registered occupational therapists who have been working in the mental health field for more than 20 years. They are both currently employed at Eastern Health in the FaPMI (Families and parents where there is a mental illness) program and have been actively involved in conducting a review of the CHAMPS peer support program for children who have a parent with a mental illness using a codesign approach.

Annie is a Peer Worker at Eastern Health with two children aged 15 and 17. She finds practising mindfulness and gratitude helpful in her recovery and enjoys running mindfulness and Parents groups on the inpatient unit. She has a beautiful dog Bruce who keeps her happy and walking. She has also been involved in the parent peer component of the CHAMPS groups.

Eastern Health mental health program has worked to develop an extensive lived experience workforce and the FaPMI program is committed to working in partnerships across all aspects of their program.

WEBINAR DETAILS

***Please note that due to technical difficulties sound was lost at approx. 34min into the webinar when sharing video content. This video is available to view separately and will be provided to all those purchasing the recorded session via a separate link in Course Genius. 

CPD HOURS:
Total CPD claimable workshop hours: 1hr

DATE:

This is a recorded webinar session that was held on Wednesday 18 March 2020

ACCESS: This resource is run through our external learning platform - Course Genius. All registrants will receive an email containing information on how to set up their online course account and/ or a notification that a course has been allocated to them. Please be sure to check all email folders including junk and clutter. 

All registrants will have 12 weeks to complete this course.

To ensure you receive all correspondence we recommend registering for this workshop with a personal email address.

REGISTRATION FEES & INCLUSIONS

FEES:
OTA Member: $45
OTA Student/ New Graduate Member: $38
Non Member: $64

(All pricing is inclusive of GST)

Registrations close Saturday 20 March 2021

Members must be logged in with username and password in order to register at the member rate.

Type
Delivery
Title
Learning Through Codesign
Interest Areas / Topics Covered
Clinical Governance, Running a Medical Specialty Practice, Health Assessments
Location
Start Date
20-Mar-2021
End Date
20-Mar-2021
CPD Points
1
Price
64.00
Price Details
OTA Member: $45; OTA Student/ New Graduate Member: $38; Non Member: $64
Location
Online
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Price: $64.00OTA Member: $45; OTA Student/ New Graduate Member: $38; Non Member: $64
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