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  • 24Feb

    Co-production is more than consultation

    Hilda Campbell , Chief Executive, COPE Scotland believes that co-production involves many experts and including the voices of lived experience to provide real solutions. Hilda uses the concept of Jigsaw lids to ensure a better chance of finding areas in common, where we can work together, and learn from each other. https://www.alliance-scotland.org.uk/blog/opinion/co-production-is-more-than-consultation/  

  • 18Feb

    The many shades of co-produced evidence

    Co-production of evidence is a process by which evidence is generated by the equal and reciprocal participation in research activities by academic and other partners. This briefing paper by the Carnegie UK Trust teases out the challenges and opportunities around co-producing evidence appropriate to participatory social policy and practice, and increasing people’s control within communities and…

  • 20Jan

    Paying people who receive benefits – Co-production and participation

    This briefing looks at benefit changes that can make it easier for people who use services and carers to get involved in paid co-production/participation in health and social care. https://www.scie.org.uk/co-production/supporting/paying-people-who-receive-benefits        

  • 18Oct

    Co-production from proposal to paper

    Three examples show how public participation in research can be extended at every step of the process to generate useful knowledge. A project that is co-produced is one in which researchers, practitioners and the public together share power and responsibility for the work throughout. The ‘whys’ of this process are self-evident: patients and the public…

  • 18Oct

    Co-production and health: Public and clinicians’ perceptions of the barriers and facilitators

    Co-production is an approach increasingly recognised across public services internationally. However, awareness of the term and the barriers and facilitators to its implementation in the NHS are not widely understood. This study examines clinician and public perceptions of co-production within the context of the Prudent Healthcare initiative. The objective of this research was to provide insights…

  • 11Oct

    Asking “What Matters to You?” Should Be an Always Event

    Always Events® are aspects of the patient experience that are so important to patients and their families that health care providers must aim to perform them consistently for every individual, every time. David McNally is leading the spread of Always Events as NHS (National Health Service) England’s Head of Experience of Care. In excerpts from…

  • 3May

    Blog: We are all the patient experience

    In the last of a series of blogs marking Experience of Care Week 2018,  Professor Jane Cummings, the Chief Nursing Officer for England, calls on everyone to continue to talk, share and be inspired: “I’ve been overwhelmed to see how much great work has been going on around the world as part of this second year of…

  • 15Mar

    Blog: I’m pro co-pro are you?

    Excerpts from a blog by Simon Denegri: I’m pro co-pro are you? The march of co-production continues – here’s the final guidance from @NIHRINVOLVE on the principles of co-production #Coproduction Truth is that co-production is emerging as an approach that looks to have increasing utility in getting people to work differently in health research. It is…

  • 30Nov

    Blog: What are we learning about co-production through self management?

    This blog by Sara Redmond, Programme Manager (Self Management and Co-production Hub), the ALLIANCE, looks at co-production as a key determinant of a culture favourable to self management. Sara explains that self management is about recognising that everyone has strengths, resources, skills and experience that support their health and wellbeing and which enables them to manage…

  • 3Aug

    Webinar recording: Co-production

    Co-production Week took place between 3-7 July 2017 and celebrates the benefits of co-production, shares good practice and highlights the contribution of people who use services and carers to developing better public services. Co-production is about working in equal partnership with people using services, carers, families and citizens. Co-production offers the chance to transform social care…

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