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Dare to Design Our Health Future


31 Alfred Street
2000 NSW

Customs House
Dare to Design our Health Future.

Event Details

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                            Ignite your creativity & apply new perspective to ideas.
                                                 Explore and create new futures 

Using public health as an example challenge you will learn and use some key design thinking tools and thinking. Take this knowledge and use it again in your world. 

Join us as we create a unique experience and Dare to Design the future of integrated and chronic care. Be part of a huge co-design experience that includes people from every profession and lived experience. Use your professional and personal experience and ideas to create collaborative services that will make a difference and complement the great work already being done in the health industry. 

Be inspired by our speakers, who will share how other industries have "Dared to Design" new futures.

With key public health policies and implementation plans forging ahead now, Australia is well positioned to understand what changes are needed . The question is how that new system can be developed and delivered. That's where you come in — everyone's experience, ideas and expertise can be used to shape the health of Australia. 

Using our design thinking framework, you will contirbute to the discovery of  what could make Australia’s new frontiers of integrated public health ‘work’.

Be inspired by leading experts addressing complex problems with new approaches
◦ John McGuire: Chief Innovation Officer, Aurecon Group
◦ Phil Preston: Shared Value Expert, The Collaborative Advantage
◦ Mieke van der Bijl-Brouwer: Senior Lecturer, UTS Faculty of Transdisciplinary Innovation

Your involvement will build your skills and potentially influence the trajectory of Australian’s lives and health. BOOK NOW before tickets sell out. 

Be a change maker.

The output of this fun, creative, collaborative session includes a summary of your problem-solving and partnering insights. It will be an example of how communities can shape ways to deliver integrated healthcare.

Hosted by: Kairos Now
Supported by: Aurecon, The Collaborative Advantage

Access and Inclusion

  • Wheelchair accessible - Access to the venue is suitable for wheelchairs (toilets, ramps/lifts etc.) and designated wheelchair spaces are available.
  • Companion card - The Companion Card is for people with a significant permanent disability, who always need a companion to provide attendant care type support in order to participate at most available community venues and activities.