Understanding the basics of genuine co-design for graduate researchers
Last month, some of the ALIVE team prepared and delivered a one-day workshop on understanding the basics of genuine co-design for graduate researchers. The workshop provided a practical, interactive and experiential learning approach, designed to develop an understanding of what co-design is and is not within a research context, using recent PhD work as examples.
Participants in the one-day workshop Understanding the basics of genuine co-design for graduate researchers on 20 October 2022.
This workshop was funded by the Faculty of Medicine Dentistry and Health Sciences’ Graduate Research Development Grant Scheme.
This workshop was delivered by the course convenors:
- Professor Victoria Palmer, Head of the ALIVE National Co-Design Living Labs Network
- Dr Jennifer Bibb, Lead of the ALIVE National Co-Design Living Labs Network
- John Carey - PhD student in Peadiatrics and Disability Physiotherapy, The University of Melbourne
- Phillip Orcher - Research Associate Lead, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Co-Design, The ALIVE National Centre
- Dr Caroline Tjung - Translation and Communication Specialist, The ALIVE National Centre
- Josh Moorhouse - Lived-Experience and Co-Design Researcher, The ALIVE National Centre.