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We would like to acknowledge the following people and organisations who have offered invaluable guidance and expertise in compiling this toolkit.
Dr Lynne Maher
Director of Innovation
Ko Awatea Health System Innovation and Improvement
Honorary Associate Professor of Nursing - University of Auckland
Adjunct Associate Professor - School of Medicine - University of Tasmania
Professor Glenn Robert
Chair in Healthcare Quality and Innovation
Florence Nightingale Faculty of Nursing and Midwifery, King’s College London
Content and resources produced by the Point of Care Foundation in the UK and the Health Care co-design website hosted by Waitemata District Heath Board in New Zealand have strongly influenced this project. We would like to express our sincere gratitude to both organisations for their generosity in providing permission to use their resources and adapt them for this toolkit.
Health Care Co-design
Point of Care Foundation ebcd-toolkit/
Case studies were identified from a search of the literature as well as invitations for submission. We are grateful to all the Australian health services and organisations that submitted case studies for inclusion in this tool kit. Their contribution has been critical to adding value and helping to bring this toolkit to life. Case studies from the following organisation have been used:
NSW Agency for Clinical Innovation
Sydney Children’s Hospital
Illawarra Shoalhaven Local Health District (NSW)
Victoria University, Australian National University and Western Health Ochre Health (ACT)
NSW Emergency Departments (from publication)
Paresh Dawda
on behalf of Prestantia Health

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