Transforming mental healthcare ecosystem is an ambitious aim, that requires different and convergent interventions. Recovery.Net project, with its multilevel, multidisciplinary and collaborative approach is an example of the complexity of this level change. This chapter presents one of the actions of this experience, aiming to co-design a Lab in the city of Brescia, resulting in a hybrid integration of the qualities of the so called Innovation Labs, Living Labs and Community Hubs. This collaborative design process is described as a mean in itself as it worked as a prototype of a collaborative and generative approach to service design and provision, that is fundamental to a more recovery orientation to mental healthcare. The illustration of this process discusses both the potentials and challenges of this long term endeavour.

Co-designing Innovation Labs as Engines for Mental Healthcare Ecosystem Transformation

D. Sangiorgi;M. Carrera
2020

Abstract

Transforming mental healthcare ecosystem is an ambitious aim, that requires different and convergent interventions. Recovery.Net project, with its multilevel, multidisciplinary and collaborative approach is an example of the complexity of this level change. This chapter presents one of the actions of this experience, aiming to co-design a Lab in the city of Brescia, resulting in a hybrid integration of the qualities of the so called Innovation Labs, Living Labs and Community Hubs. This collaborative design process is described as a mean in itself as it worked as a prototype of a collaborative and generative approach to service design and provision, that is fundamental to a more recovery orientation to mental healthcare. The illustration of this process discusses both the potentials and challenges of this long term endeavour.
Urban Health. Participatory Action-research Models Contrasting Socioeconomic Inequalities in the Urban Context
9783030494452
Recovery, Co-production, Co-design, Mental health
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