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Experience-based Co-design Doctoral and Post-doctoral Researchers Seminar

24th February 2020

Are you a doctoral student or post-doctoral researcher intending to use – or currently using – Experience Based Co-Design?
This seminar will provide an opportunity to share your own project with your peers and learn about other planned, ongoing and completed studies. All participants should come prepared to discuss their own study.

Event details


The Point of Care Foundation, CAN Mezzanine, London, SE1 4YR


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This informal seminar, led by Professor Glenn Robert (King’s College London), provides an opportunity to share and learn from a range of completed, ongoing and planned doctoral and post-doctoral studies that are exploring/using Experience Based Co-Design (EBCD) either as an approach to local service improvement or as a method for developing complex interventions.

Participants will gain an overview of the origins, development and evolution of EBCD and discuss the theory and evidence behind the approach. The aim of the seminar is to give attendees an opportunity to meet with their peers, learn from each other and share their own experiences of (and plans for) working with the approach.

This seminar is aimed at doctoral students or post-doctoral researchers who are interested in using – or are using – EBCD within an academic research environment. Participants should come prepared to informally discuss their own study, listen to and share experiences with their peers.

The seminar will be held on 24 February 2020. We will circulate a programme to registered delegates nearer the time of the event. For more information please contact

Early bird tickets for £250 will be available until 5pm on 31st January. After this, standard tickets for £300 will be available until 5pm on 7th February 2020. Please book your place here.

Cancellation Policy

Terms and conditions apply, please ensure you read our cancellation policy before booking. You can download the policy below.

Cancellation policy