Partnering with consumers and consumer centred care is both an obligation of health and community services and an acknowledgement of the rights of individuals to be fully informed and actively involved in all aspects of their health care decision-making. Evidence informs us that meaningful consumer engagement improves health outcomes.
Health and community services are directly responsible, at point of care, for implementing consumer-centred care principles and practices to ensure safety and quality of care. Health services are responsible for engaging with consumers in service planning and decision-making.
This 1 day course explains the meaning and importance of consumer engagement and what this looks like in every day practice.
To provide health and community service staff (clinicians, managers, policy-makers etc.) who work across a range of settings and services with comprehensive information about their obligations and the importance and application in practice of partnering with consumers.
This course provides practical information to support services to actively and meaningfully engage with consumers and the community in the planning, delivery and evaluation of services.
- Working collaboratively and respectfully in partnership with consumers
- The national standards and professional obligation for consumer engagement
- Recognising the benefits and overcoming the barriers (both staff and consumer) to meaningful engagement
- Codesign principles and strategies for embedding consumers in service planning and decision-making
12 Pirie Street
Adelaide, SA 5000
|Member Rate Inc. GST (Individual Associate Membership)||$ 480.00|
|Non-member Rate Inc. GST (Incl Individual Associate Membership for the Period of the Current Financial Year)||$ 590.00|