‘Out There’: Developing a transition pathway for adolescents and young adults with cancer using Experience-Based Co-Design

Charlotte Weston, Louise Soanes, Julia Chisholm, Theresa Wiseman

Abstract

Experience-based co-design (EBCD) provides the opportunity to embed patient experience and input into service design. EBCD was used in the adolescent and young adult oncology setting to develop a transition pathway from hospital for young adults completing cancer treatment. 

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