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Co-design and Co-production

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What should be done and how it can be done.

Dimopoulos-Bick, T., Dawda, P., Maher, L., Verma, R., & Palmer, V. 
(2018). 
Experience-based co-design: Tackling common challenges. 
The Journal of Health Design
3(1), 86–93. 
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Summary

There has been a surge in experience-based co-design (EBCD) efforts for quality improvement in health care and systems design globally. Service users together with staff are playing a far greater role than ever before in the redesign of services and systems of care. EBCD offers a systematic, bottom-up approach to improving service user and staff experiences of care.

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