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A wealth of useful resources about all aspects of co-production from Co-production Network Wales, an inclusive, member-led network of change makers who inspire, empower and support one another.
The what, why, benefits and challenges of co-production brought to you by MAC-UK whose work focuses on transforming mental health services for excluded young people.
Various co-production resources, tools, blogs and podcasts from Think Local Act Personal (TLAP) who are a national partnership of more than 50 organisations committed to transforming health and care through personalisation and community-based support.
Co-production training and resources for health and social care managers, commissioners, frontline practitioners, people who use services, and carers. They work to improve participation and co-production with people who use services and carers, to develop and deliver better social care and health provision.
A podcast series about co-production brought to you by RDS South East in partnership with the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Centre for Engagement and Dissemination. The aim of these podcasts is to increase the accessibility of discussion, debate and issues related to co-production. Look out for an episode that includes our very own Nicc!
A short animation introducing the importance of co-production.
This document provides a map of practical resources for co-producing research in health and social care. It was produced as part of a project thinking about the challenges of doing co-production in health and social care research.
This guidance outlines some key principles and features involved in co-producing a research project. It aims to move toward clarity about what is meant by co-producing research, rather than a ‘how to’ guide. Also included is a publication focusing on co-producing health and social care and public health research, showcasing key principles and features in action.
A collection of reflective questions intended for use at any point during the co-production process. An especially useful starting point for those new to co-produced research, it can stimulate personal reflection or in a discussion within a project team.
Whether you’re just starting out with co-production or looking to refine your methods to meet a specific challenge, this toolkit will show you how to use co-production to involve people in the design of services that impact them and their communities.
A toolkit designed to help you co-produce and co-create welfare projects and policies.
'A Meeting of Minds' explores learning and ideas about co-production drawn from the experiences of 58 partnerships who co-produced services to support people facing challenges and transitions at different points in their lives.
This report is an evaluation of the work of the Co:Create team. They were funded for three years by the Department of Health’s Innovation, Excellence and Strategic Development Fund to experiment with different approaches to incorporating and embedding co-production into the commissioning cycle.
Find out more about Ageing Better in Sheffield's 'test and learn' approach, and the ways they're using research and evidence to help influence future policy, practice and outcomes.
The purpose of the paper is to tease out the challenges and opportunities of co-producing evidence appropriate to participatory social policy and practice, and increasing people’s control within communities and services. This is a contribution to discussions Carnegie UK Trust are involved in with co-production networks, academics and the social sector.