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Table 4 Examples and definitions of interactive techniques that can be used during co-creation

From: Framework, principles and recommendations for utilising participatory methodologies in the co-creation and evaluation of public health interventions

Interactive Technique Definition
Brainstorming [89] Compiling a spontaneous list of ideas, as a group, to develop a solution for a particular problem
Scenarios [57] Identifying the needs of end-users in different contexts by developing situations which may be problematic when addressing the purpose of the co-creation
Personas [90] Focus on the end-user and the qualities and preferences they possess which should be considered when developing an intervention. Has been used previously to co-create an Exergame for older adults with a history of falls [91]