Health, Wellbeing & Equity - Imagining A More Whānau Centered Experience of Care at Te Toka Tumai
Time & Location
About The Event
Ara Manawa is a team in the Auckland DHB, championing the needs of users in the design of new spaces, services, experiences and products. There is a saying, that Ara Manawa's role is to turn Auckland DHB inside out. To shine light on the complex challenges design can help solve, to work with a broad range of staff, clinicians and universities in the solving, and to use human centred approaches that spark moments of joy in the often tough journeys of patients and whānau. Hospitals are above all about people, and they recognise their privilege in journeying alongside the community through their work.
We’d love to invite you in, show you a little of what we do, and impart some of our learning and tools.
This seminar will explore:
- Ara Manawa, the positioning of a design lab within Auckland City hospital
- A case study of the whānau room rejuvenation project
- Upholding Te Tiriti o Waitangi obligations – what this can look like, in a space that historically has not done it well
You’ll take away:
- An appreciation of the vastness of our health system, with insight into what it takes to create change
- A Te Tiriti o Waitangi Framework – a reflective tool to understand how your project may be aligned with NZ’s bicultural treaty obligations
Who should attend:
- Anyone curious about designing in the health system
- Designers of every genre, we are a multidisciplinary design lab
About your trainers:
Emma Wylie – Consultation and Co-design Manager at Ara Manawa, Emma has a background in population health, global health and international development. She landed in the world of co-design through a love of qualitative research and a desire for meaningful sustainable change in the health system.
Natalie Parke – Spatial designer at Ara Manawa, Natalie is an experienced interior designer running her own business alongside a large portfolio of work at ADHB. Natalie relishes the challenge and complexity of working in the hospital environment, and the contrast it presents with her residential work.
08:00am - Doors open for networking
08:30am - Training Seminar begins
10:00am - Training Seminar ends
06:00am - Doors open for networking
06:30am - Training Seminar begins
08:00am - Training Seminar ends
All of our seminars run on an interactive conference platform that allows you to connect and network in your own time. Join us for this event to experience 'virtual in-person' networking for yourself!