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  • December 21, 2021

Listening to lived experience

A personal account from Pat on how to work co-productively, the power of lasting partnerships, and her experience taking part in Co-production Week Scotland 2021.

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  • Learning

  • November 24, 2021

My co-production year: personal and reflective accounts

What can we learn from twelve months of co-production? Lynn and Al reflect on a year of which brought new challenges, but also real achievement through working with others.

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  • Learning

  • November 18, 2021

Sport and co-production: Just do it!

Based on her experience working with Disability Rights UK, Lydia explains why co-production is the key to helping people get active in their local area in a way that is right for them.

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  • Learning

  • November 18, 2021

Co-producing reading research with young people

A reflection on co-produced research with young people by PhD student Charlotte Webber as she begins a project seeking to tackle the drop-off in young people’s reading motivation.

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  • October 25, 2021

Co-production at the heart: the Parents 1st Community Peer Support Model

Parents 1st is a UK charity using collective experience to enable parents to recognise and build on self-identified strengths. In this blog, Celia and Nicole share learning, resources, and guides for setting up your own peer support programme.

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  • September 20, 2021

Going DEEP – progress towards using evidence in practice through co-production

Nick is a a registered Social Worker who co-ordinates the Developing Evidence Enriched Practice (DEEP) programme at Swansea University. Here he shares how a co-productive approach translated research evidence into policy and practice.

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