We’re excited to draw back the curtain on AEPCC’s Clinical Quality Registry (CQR) and give you a sneak peek of how the platform may look.
The wireframes above and below represent key visual elements of the registry, and are a crucial starting point for the detailed design and technical build phases.
Our AEPCC CQR operations team meets regularly with the team from digital agency Heartburst who are doing the amazing job of bringing these ideas to life.
Alongside this tangible progress on the platform, we’re continuing to engage with stakeholders across Australia.
We held an incredibly rewarding and informative consultation session with young people with lived experience of psychosis about quality of life, and how this could best be measured through the registry. We’re grateful to everyone who took part, and to each person in our network who shared details of the opportunity.
We’ve also expanded the CQR Establishment Committee, welcoming two new members who broaden the group’s organisational and geographic diversity: Dr Stephen Parker (QLD) and Alana Scully (NSW).
In the spirit of collaboration that underpins AEPCC’s work, we’ll be consulting clinicians in the coming weeks and months to consider reporting and data visualisation.
Optimum user experience of the registry is vital, so we’ll be exploring the best way of visually representing data entered into the platform so clinicians can easily manage their caseload and track client progress over time.
If you work in an early psychosis service and would be interested in helping us by testing different elements of the system over the coming months, please get in touch by emailing [email protected] using the subject line ‘AEPCC CQR user testing – expression of interest.