While researching how to effectively co-design animal health communication it became evident that there has not been much research conducted in this area. I also researched how co-design had been used within human health to help identify key features that I believe are vital for successful co-design projects. After conducting a scoping review in
co-design used in animal health communications, it was demonstrated that this has only been researched in a limited capacity. Due to this, there is a need for further development and implementation of co-design frameworks in this area.
This research that I conducted, my previous qualifications from a Bachelor in Animation and Visual effects, and the knowledge provided from the multi-disciplinary team were then combined to co-design the educational animation with the EHWs of Yarrabah that can be used throughout the community, as well as other Northern Queensland communities.
The framework I have created while completing this educational animation can be used for further co-designed projects. However, further research is needed into the field of co-design in animal health care communication to help demonstrate the validity of this method in creating impactful outcomes.
The presenter would like to acknowledge the contribution, to this study, of his honors supervisors Victoria Brookes, Chrish Degeling, Eleanor Gates-Stuart, Andrew Hagan, and Jane Quinn.
|Publication status||Published - 17 Nov 2021|
|Event||CSU EdX 2021 - |
Duration: 17 Nov 2021 → 19 Nov 2021
|Conference||CSU EdX 2021|
|Period||17/11/21 → 19/11/21|