24 min

7. Co-design and Eating Disorder Research InsideOut Institute Podcast

    • Health & Fitness

The theme of this episode is co-design – co-design in the field of eating disorders and eating disorders research.

Our expert guest is Associate Professor Genevieve Pepin from Deakin University. Genevieve is a researcher and occupational therapist with a passion for mental health, eating disorders and carers. She explains exactly what co-design is and why it is so important.

Our lived experience guest is Shannon Calvert, who shares her powerful story of recovery, after living with an eating disorder for 30 years.

We also talk about the recently launched Australian Eating Disorders Research & Translation Strategy 2021-2031 which was developed using a co-design approach. Both Shannon and Genevieve were on the Advisory Committee for the strategy. In this episode, they discuss their involvement and their experience of co-design first-hand.

Useful resources:

Australian Eating Disorder Research and Translation Strategy 2021-2031: https://bit.ly/3r6G7vv

‘Co-production: Putting Principles into practice in mental health contexts’ By Cath Roper, Flick Grey and Emma Cadogan: https://bit.ly/3EO96rT

The Research-Practice Cycle: What is it and why is it important?: https://bit.ly/3IN08gX

Papers by A/Prof Genevieve Pepin:

Collaborative care skill training workshop: how Australian carers support a loved one with an eating disorder: https://bit.ly/3EUieeC

Collaborative Care Skills Training workshops: helping carers cope with eating disorders from the UK to Australia: https://bit.ly/3J8Bojs

Follow A/Prof Genevieve Pepin on Twitter: https://twitter.com/genevieve_pepin

Follow Shannon Calvert on Twitter: https://twitter.com/calvert_shannon

If you or a loved one needs support, please head to our website www.insideoutinstitute.org.au or call the national eating disorder helpline at Butterfly on 1800 ED HOPE (1800 33 4673).

The theme of this episode is co-design – co-design in the field of eating disorders and eating disorders research.

Our expert guest is Associate Professor Genevieve Pepin from Deakin University. Genevieve is a researcher and occupational therapist with a passion for mental health, eating disorders and carers. She explains exactly what co-design is and why it is so important.

Our lived experience guest is Shannon Calvert, who shares her powerful story of recovery, after living with an eating disorder for 30 years.

We also talk about the recently launched Australian Eating Disorders Research & Translation Strategy 2021-2031 which was developed using a co-design approach. Both Shannon and Genevieve were on the Advisory Committee for the strategy. In this episode, they discuss their involvement and their experience of co-design first-hand.

Useful resources:

Australian Eating Disorder Research and Translation Strategy 2021-2031: https://bit.ly/3r6G7vv

‘Co-production: Putting Principles into practice in mental health contexts’ By Cath Roper, Flick Grey and Emma Cadogan: https://bit.ly/3EO96rT

The Research-Practice Cycle: What is it and why is it important?: https://bit.ly/3IN08gX

Papers by A/Prof Genevieve Pepin:

Collaborative care skill training workshop: how Australian carers support a loved one with an eating disorder: https://bit.ly/3EUieeC

Collaborative Care Skills Training workshops: helping carers cope with eating disorders from the UK to Australia: https://bit.ly/3J8Bojs

Follow A/Prof Genevieve Pepin on Twitter: https://twitter.com/genevieve_pepin

Follow Shannon Calvert on Twitter: https://twitter.com/calvert_shannon

If you or a loved one needs support, please head to our website www.insideoutinstitute.org.au or call the national eating disorder helpline at Butterfly on 1800 ED HOPE (1800 33 4673).

24 min