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BHS Research & Innovation "On the Run" 2020 Series - Consumer Engagement

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Webinar on Consumer Engagement provided a part of Ballarat Health Services' Research & Innovation "On the Run" series for 2020.

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Webinar on Consumer Engagement for innovation, codesign and redesign.

Presenter: Victoria Palmer, University of Melbourne.

The Co-design Living Lab Model as a conduit for engagement, innovation and translation in research

Victoria is trained in applied ethics, mixed-methods and qualitative research, and participatory design. She is the lead of the Integrated Mental Health Research Program and the Co-Design Living Lab (an embedded lived-experience model for research design to translation working with over 2000 people who have accessed services for mental health and live with physical health conditions).

She has been involved in a number of clinical trials that have involved service navigation, care coordination and care navigation models to improve mental health. This includes being the lead investigator for the Assertive Cardiac Care Trial (ACCT) which is a nurse and GP collaborative model of assertive care to improve heart health with people who live with severe mental illness in the primary care setting. The intervention for ACCT has been co-produced with people from the Co-Design Living Lab.

Victoria worked in the disability and community development sectors and as a domestic violence case manager prior to completing her PhD in 2007. She has worked in health research for 15 years, and has completed over 25 research projects in mental health, primary care, experience based co-design, qualitative research and randomised controlled clinical trials. Victoria has published widely on co-design, mental health and primary care.

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