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Description of participatory budgeting with case studies. It is a form of citizen participation in which citizens are involved in the process of deciding how public money is spent. Local people are often given a role in the scrutiny and monitoring of the process following the allocation of budgets.

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World Cafés as a participatory approach to understanding research agendas in primary care with underserved communities: reflections, challenges and lessons learned

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World Cafés as a participatory approach to understanding research agendas in primary care with underserved communities: reflections, challenges and lessons learned

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People from minoritised ethnic groups can have difficulty getting health care. They may also be left out of health research. There is a need to include a more diverse group of people in health research. World Cafés are an accessible way to listen to people by getting them to talk to each other about different questions and topics.

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2023
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Co-producing knowledge: Phases, issues and the td-net toolbox

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Co-producing knowledge: Phases, issues and the td-net toolbox

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This article discusses how knowledge is collaboratively produced in transdisciplinary research, highlighting the structured phases and significant aspects of this process. It also emphasizes the usefulness of the td-net toolbox, a collection of practical tools and methods designed to facilitate effective communication and collaboration among experts from various fields.

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2023
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Narrative Matters: Hidden LIVE – Adam's story – a mental health theatre production as an example of participatory principles and practices

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Narrative Matters: Hidden LIVE – Adam's story – a mental health theatre production as an example of participatory principles and practices

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This article presents the co-production principles underpinning the co-creation of a multimedia theatre production on young people's mental health.

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2023
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Research ethics when working in partnership with people outside of the University system: A project report

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Research ethics when working in partnership with people outside of the University system: A project report

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This document represents the outcome of over 50 conversations with internal and external experts, including public contributors, lay editors, public engagement/involvement managers, researchers at all stages of their career, as well as research ethics committees. This report is a snapshot of the experiences of people working in research and involvement.

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2023
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Working in partnership with people outside of the university system –Guidance for UCL researchers and staff considering ethics and research ethics

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Working in partnership with people outside of the university system –Guidance for UCL researchers and staff considering ethics and research ethics

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There can be a lack of confidence among researchers about the ethical and safeguarding dimensions of this work – as well as a perceived tension between protecting people from harm and their rights to open participation. We wanted to create some guidance to improve knowledge and confidence about the ethical and safeguarding dimensions of collaborating with those “outside” the formal research system.

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2023
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Service user experiences of participating in a Recovery and Collaborative Care Planning Café framed with CHIME: ‘A co-produced narrative paper’

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Service user experiences of participating in a Recovery and Collaborative Care Planning Café framed with CHIME: ‘A co-produced narrative paper’

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This paper builds on a previous article on an innovative approach to improve services by collaborating with service users and practitioners. It focuses on investigating the impact of this approach by including the perspectives of service users as collaborators and co-authors.

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2023
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The hitchhiker's guide to co-production

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The hitchhiker's guide to co-production

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This article presents a scheme for understanding different kinds of co-production, and the different tradeoffs they entail. In so doing, they highlight 6 modes of co-production that emerge when particular design choices are made.

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2021
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Co-creation, co-design, co-production for public health – a perspective on definitions and distinctions

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Co-creation, co-design, co-production for public health – a perspective on definitions and distinctions

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The terms co-creation, co-design, and co-production are often used interchangeably when describing initiatives involving multiple stakeholders. Although they share similarities, there are important differences, especially in the context of public health, regarding the roles and level of engagement of stakeholders and when they are involved. this article summarizes these similarities and differences by drawing from various fields such as public administration, governance, service management, design, marketing, and public health.

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2022
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Co-producing a physical activity intervention with and for people with severe mental ill health – the spaces story

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Co-producing a physical activity intervention with and for people with severe mental ill health – the spaces story

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SPACES (Supporting Physical Activity through Co-production in people with Severe Mental Illness) is a study which aims to develop an intervention to increase physical activity created with and for people with severe mental ill health. The SPACES team employed a comprehensive process of Patient and Public Involvement and Engagement (PPIE) work embedded within a co-production strategy. The article describes the co-production model it uses, the benefits, challenges, achievements and areas for learning and improvement.

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2022
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Expectations versus reality: the sustainability of co-production approaches over time

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Expectations versus reality: the sustainability of co-production approaches over time

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This study examines the collaboration between practitioners and service users in two programs over time, identifying the factors that contribute to or hinder the long-term sustainability of co-production. There is no single approach that guarantees sustainable co-production; it depends on the specific service and its operating environment. Sustainable co-production relies on four key elements: structure, skills, resources, and mutual commitment. The structure should effectively utilize available resources and skills to foster the ongoing commitment of both service users and professionals to continue collaborating.

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2023
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Co-Producing and Co-Designing

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Co-Producing and Co-Designing

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The document explores the origins of co-production and co-design, their application in healthcare, and the challenges they bring. It also highlights the implications for healthcare practice and future research.

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2022
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Commissioning for outcomes and co-production

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Commissioning for outcomes and co-production

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This handbook and practical guide is the result of eight years of collaboration between the New Economics Foundation (NEF) and local authorities. It sets out a model for designing, commissioning and delivering services s that they focus on commissioning for 'outcomes', promote co-production, and promote social value.

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Participatory research in and against time

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Participatory research in and against time

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This article talks about the differences between how people experience time in their everyday lives and the ways that researchers and theorists think about involving people in research. It focuses on studying children who migrate alone and how their experiences with immigration and welfare systems often involve conflicting and sometimes unfair ways of dealing with time.

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2021
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So I'm Autistic

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So I'm Autistic

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Written by autistic advocate Sarah O'Brien, this book gives a much-needed introduction into what autism is and removes the myths, stereotypes and stigma that surround it. Sarah provides insights into what to do after diagnosis and how to approach and navigate the process of informing those in your life, from your family and friends to your teachers or manager at work.

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2023
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What is white privilege?

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What is white privilege?

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In the wake of the George Floyd killing and the Black Lives Matter protests, and at a time when many people are discussing white privilege, the BBC asked John Amaechi what it means to him. He explains: "there is nothing but benefit to understanding our own privileges, white and otherwise".

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2020
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Participatory Visions: Redesigning research for social justice

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Participatory Visions: Redesigning research for social justice

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Despite increasing support within universities and amongst research funders for participatory research approaches, institutional processes and funding requirements continue to limit participatory engagements that meaningfully further social justice. Recognising this disconnect, UCL’s Institute for Global Prosperity, Co-Production Collective, and Institute of Education, supported by UCL’s Grand Challenge of Justice & Equality, set out to investigate the practical barriers university researchers and community partners face in conducting participatory social justice research.

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2022
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“We know that our voices are valued, and that people are actually going to listen”: co-producing an evaluation of a young people’s research advisory group

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“We know that our voices are valued, and that people are actually going to listen”: co-producing an evaluation of a young people’s research advisory group

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Children and young people’s involvement is an increasing priority in UK healthcare and in heath research, alongside recognition that involving children and young people in research requires different considerations to involving adults. Underpinned by children’s rights and a co-production ethos this paper, co-authored with young evaluators, explores the learning from a co-produced evaluation of eyeYPAG, a young persons’ research advisory group (YPAG) for eye and vision research based at Moorfields Eye Hospital, London, UK.

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2023
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How to get started with Co-Production in Social Prescribing

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How to get started with Co-Production in Social Prescribing

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This document is an introduction for applying co-production in social prescribing settings. It outlines what social prescribing and co-production are, and the philosophies and values of both, and how they complement each other. It looks at some key ingredients to create effective social prescribing through co-production, and suggests a ‘recipe’ which puts them into practice. This document was created through conversations with the National Academy for Social Prescribing Co-Production Group.

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2023
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A Meeting of Minds: How co-production benefits people, professionals and organisations

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A Meeting of Minds: How co-production benefits people, professionals and organisations

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Report focusing on the practice of and learning about co-production, as well as the benefits for people, professionals and organisations. It shares ideas, examples, and inspiration from some of the 58 funded partnerships.

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2019
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The Parable of the Blobs and Squares

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The Parable of the Blobs and Squares

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An animation, narrated by Brian Blessed which combines humour with honesty without the blame culture. Edgar Cahn’s book No More Throw-Away People relates the parable of the Blobs and Squares to explain the co-production imperative. This video co-produced by Time Banking UK retells the story.

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2016
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That Co-production Podcast by Research Design Service South East (RDS SE)

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That Co-production Podcast by Research Design Service South East (RDS SE)

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Research Design Service South East (RDS SE), in partnership with the National Institute for Health and Care Research (NIHR) Centre for Engagement and Dissemination, have launched a podcast series: ‘That Co-production Podcast!’ The intention is to increase the accessibility of discussion, debate and issues related to co-production.

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2021
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The Case For Co-production Report

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The Case For Co-production Report

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These innovative examples show the difference that can be made by fully involving patients, service users and local communities in the design and delivery of services, making the case for co-producing health and social services with the people they serve: No Decision About Me Without Me.

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2012
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A Simple Guide to Co-Production

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A Simple Guide to Co-Production

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A handy how-to for any service users or survivors thinking about getting involved with their local NHS trust or research organisation, created by a critical theorist and activist collective. Recovery In The Bin is a a user-led group for Mental Health Survivors and Supporters who are fed up with the way co-opted ‘recovery’ is being used to discipline and control those who are trying to find a place in the world.

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2018
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The SUN Network Co-production and Involvement Best Practice Guidance

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The SUN Network Co-production and Involvement Best Practice Guidance

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A quick guide on the meaning, differences and benefits of co-production, collaboration, and involvement. Tis strategy that has been co-produced by people with lived experiences of mental health, drug & alcohol challenges, and learning disabilities, carers, service staff, and those that fund services.

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2021
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Co-production and decolonisation through the lenses of people, power and process

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Co-production and decolonisation through the lenses of people, power and process

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The presentation by Jacqui Lovell, Survivor Researcher Network Director, at the August Discussion and Support Group meeting, available in video form, together with the slides used. Themes include: definition of co-production, People, power and process in research, and an example of eurocentricity in mental wellbeing and mental ‘health’ research.

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2022
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Theory of Change: Diagram and Shared Approach to Co-production

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Theory of Change: Diagram and Shared Approach to Co-production

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Over six months, Making Every Adult Matter worked alongside a group of people with experience of multiple disadvantage to define a shared approach to their work and to agree a theory of change that can help guide activities.

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2019
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One Day Training Day Outline: Practicing Co-Productive Relationships

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One Day Training Day Outline: Practicing Co-Productive Relationships

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Reflecting on eighteen years of working and using health services with both patients and staff, this paper outlines how co-productive relationships are different from non co-productive relationships.

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2016
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Permission to come alongside? The story of Jorge and Yousef

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Permission to come alongside? The story of Jorge and Yousef

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This paper is the story of how Dr Andrew Perry came to develop co-productive relationships in forensic environments over ten years. This time with a better psychological map, the benefit of hindsight and the illustrations of Jorge and Yousef.

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2022
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Some ethics of co-productive relationships

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Some ethics of co-productive relationships

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This document interrogates co-productive relationships using the four principles of the British Psychological Society (BPS) (2018) code of ethics: respect, competence, responsibility and integrity. It concludes that co-productive relationships appear to have different ethical properties from other forms of helping relationships.

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2022
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Learning guides to the Stronger Together Toolkit

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Learning guides to the Stronger Together Toolkit

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If you’re using co-production to involve people in the design of services that impact them and their communities, then this Toolkit is for you. There are 3 main elements to the Stronger Together Toolkit, all of which can be accessed here on this webpage.

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Co-production: A Time To Shine Toolkit

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Co-production: A Time To Shine Toolkit

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Toolkit created by the Centre for Loneliness Studies, a research centre based at the University of Sheffield, exploring the co-production of services for older people who are lonely and/or isolated.

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2021
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Multi-stakeholder perspectives on co-production: Five key recommendations following the Liverpool Co-PARS project

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Multi-stakeholder perspectives on co-production: Five key recommendations following the Liverpool Co-PARS project

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The Liverpool Co-PARS project was a four-year iterative process in which a physical activity referral scheme for inactive patients with health conditions was developed, refined, and evaluated. The aim of the present study was to explore multidisciplinary stakeholder perspectives of those involved in the co-production of Co-PARS and inform recommendations for future co-production research.

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2022
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Craft metrics to value co-production

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Craft metrics to value co-production

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Article assessing whether research is relevant to society, arguing that to see more co-production, we need to revise the dominant metrics accordingly. In essence, metrics to assess co-production must themselves be co-produced.

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Nature
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2018
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Why should urbanists care about co-production? Sheffield Urbanism Lecture Series

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Why should urbanists care about co-production? Sheffield Urbanism Lecture Series

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Video recording of Co-production & the Future of Urban Epistemics, the third Sheffield Urbanism Lecture Series. The Sheffield Urbanism Lecture series is an initiative of the Urban Institute to stimulate dialogue, discussion and understanding of processes of urbanization and urban life.

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2022
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Co-production as praxis: Critique and engagement from within the university

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Co-production as praxis: Critique and engagement from within the university

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Paper arguing that co-producing critique from within the university requires designing boundary spaces, intermediating between knowledge claims and balancing between articulated and attributed values for co-production. This gives rise to co-production as an epistemic praxis, not method, characterised by boundary work, epistemic choreography and triple shifting.

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The Midwifery Unit Self-Assessment (MUSA) Toolkit: embedding stakeholder engagement and co-production of improvement plans in European midwifery units

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The Midwifery Unit Self-Assessment (MUSA) Toolkit: embedding stakeholder engagement and co-production of improvement plans in European midwifery units

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A rapid participatory appraisal was conducted with midwives and stakeholders from European Midwifery Units to explore the clarity and usability of the Midwifery Unit Self-Assessment (MUSA) Tool, to understand how it helps MUs identifying areas for further improvement, and to identify the degree of support maternity services need in this process.

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2022
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Approaches to co-production of research in care homes: a scoping review

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Approaches to co-production of research in care homes: a scoping review

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This scoping review aims to map co-production approaches used in care homes for older adults in previous research to support the inclusion of residents and care staff as equal collaborators in future studies.

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2022
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Co-production at a glance

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Co-production at a glance

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Involve is the UK’s leading public participation charity. On this webpage they provide an overview of co-production values and its definitions.

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Navigating participatory research: a visual guide

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Navigating participatory research: a visual guide

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This visual guide offers you a map of the landscape of participatory research. Instead of a loop or a one-way road, we think about participatory research as a formation of Islands where co-researchers (co-travelers) might be exploring similar or different landscapes (issues and concerns) at the time when we are together on this journey.

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2022
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Exploring the value and role of creative practices in research co-production

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Exploring the value and role of creative practices in research co-production

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This special issue editorial explores: How is creativity applied within co-production? How does such creativity influence the incorporation of evidence into policy or practice? What impact(s) or effect(s) does creativity have in these applications? What are the implications of this, and for whom?

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‘Playing’ with Evidence: combining creative co-design methods with realist evidence synthesis

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‘Playing’ with Evidence: combining creative co-design methods with realist evidence synthesis

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This study aimed to understand how to reduce decline in physical function and physical activity in people with long-term conditions, using realist methods integrated with co-design to provide an explanatory account of what works (or does not), for whom and in what circumstances, to generate ideas about service innovation, and provide recommendations for primary care.

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2020
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Helping measure person-centred care

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Helping measure person-centred care

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A review of evidence about commonly used approaches and tools used to help measure person-centred care. It summarises broad themes in the literature and is designed for those who want to gain a quick overview of important ideas and frequently used tools.

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2014
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Impact in Qualitative Research: A reflection on using co-production approaches in mental health research

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Impact in Qualitative Research: A reflection on using co-production approaches in mental health research

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In this blog, a mixed-methods researcher who specialises in women’s mental health reflects on the process of doing this study and how the co-production approach resulted in a richer and more impactful study.

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2022
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Co-production: A Future Vision

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Co-production: A Future Vision

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Presentation slides about how co-production supports the growth of shared space and blurs boundaries.

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Care Homes - The Art of the Irresistible

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Care Homes - The Art of the Irresistible

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Nine vidoes from recordings from an event in Exeter – stories and examples of co-production.

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2019
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The experience based design approach – Guide and Tools

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The experience based design approach – Guide and Tools

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Experience-based design using patient and staff experience to design better healthcare services. The first section is a guide which provides an overview of the EBD (experience based design) approach. The second part of the publication contains tools and advice which will help you to put the EBD approach into practice.

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2017
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Granby Four Streets Community Land Trust

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Granby Four Streets Community Land Trust

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Website of a Community Land Trust set up by a community. A Community Land Trust (CLT) is a not for profit community-based organisation run by volunteers that delivers housing and other community facilities at permanently affordable levels for local people. There are a number of benefits to setting up and running a CLT. Usually, the stimulus is a desire to create affordable homes that are available to local people who cannot afford open market housing.

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Atmos Totnes: A Community-Led Project

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Atmos Totnes: A Community-Led Project

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Website of a Community Development in Scotland led by community. Atmos is a project that is being led by the Totnes Community Development Society. TCDS is not for profit company based in Totnes, Devon, that seeks to support the community in obtaining land, managing and imaginatively developing it.

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Books on co-production

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Books on co-production

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A list of book recommendation exploring co-production.

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How might we think about power?

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How might we think about power?

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Article for those committed to promoting “people powered health” in our NHS and wider public services, about how might we think about power. Where previously old power models prevailed, in an age of radical connectivity the potential to utilise new power approaches in health and care is exploding.

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2018
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Resources for Community Circles

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Resources for Community Circles

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By developing a circle of support around an individual – bringing people together around a person to share ideas about making a positive change in their lives. This change can be anything – from getting out and about more, to starting a new hobby or restarting an old one, or creating opportunities to spend more time with friends or family.

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Health as a Social Movement: seminar series write-up

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Health as a Social Movement: seminar series write-up

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This summary outlines the key findings from seminars across the country, getting up close to how this change is happening on the ground.

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2017
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Improving Healthcare Through Clinical Research: Online Course

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Improving Healthcare Through Clinical Research: Online Course

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A free 6-week, in-depth course on how clinical trials work. Very thorough, including how clinical research is regulated in the United Kingdom and internationally.

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Story Curation Resources by Our Voices

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Story Curation Resources by Our Voices

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A range of resources, from tutorial videos to articles, handouts to website links, that are useful for people interested in story curation and supporting others to use their stories to influence decision makers.

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Participatory Budgeting

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Participatory Budgeting

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Description of participatory budgeting with case studies. It is a form of citizen participation in which citizens are involved in the process of deciding how public money is spent. Local people are often given a role in the scrutiny and monitoring of the process following the allocation of budgets.

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The PACT – putting it into practice

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The PACT – putting it into practice

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Civil Society Futures developed a PACT for civil society, by civil society – shared aspirations for us all to commit to, for the decade ahead and beyond. The PACT is a map to guide us all in the future: a set of principles, practices and questions that are designed to help each of us forge our own future.

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2018
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Guide to service user involvement and co-production

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Guide to service user involvement and co-production

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This guide is designed to give you the practical tools you need to develop an involvement programme and approach which places your service users at the heart of your organisation. It provides a structured and accessible introduction to involving people with lived experience of criminal justice in your work, including examples of good practice, checklists, top tips and signposting to further information and support.

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2016
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Why bother involving people in evaluation?

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Why bother involving people in evaluation?

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This workbook can help you plan why, when and how to involve the people you work with in evaluation.

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How to Create a Visual Abstract

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How to Create a Visual Abstract

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Resource on how to create a visual abstract for the sake of making information accessible.

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English for Healthcare: Language Course

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English for Healthcare: Language Course

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Develop your language and communication skills for a career in healthcare and learn new healthcare vocabulary in English. May be of interest to people working with Refugee Communities - especially those that want to be involved and they need help with language.

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Co-production practice and future research priorities in United Kingdom-funded applied health research

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Co-production practice and future research priorities in United Kingdom-funded applied health research

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A scoping review systematically mapping recent literature on co-production in applied health research in the United Kingdom to inform co-production practice and guide future methodological research. It argues for accepting the diversity in approaches to co-production, calls on researchers to be clearer in their reporting of these approaches, and makes suggestions for what researchers should record.

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The meaning of co-production for clinicians: An exploratory case study of Practitioner Trainers in one Recovery College

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The meaning of co-production for clinicians: An exploratory case study of Practitioner Trainers in one Recovery College

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This paper explores the meaning of co-production for clinicians based on their experience of co-production in a Recovery College, using thematic analysis of eight semi-structured interviews with clinicians who have co-produced and co-delivered workshops with a Recovery College Peer Trainer.

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2018
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Reflections from the field: Researchers’ experiences of co-production

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Reflections from the field: Researchers’ experiences of co-production

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This paper draws on conversations between a group of research associates who worked on a large-scale co-produced research project, Productive Margins: Regulating for Engagement. Through our conversations and subsequent analysis, three themes emerged regarding our experiences working on the project: (1) Working across difference; (2) Engaging with arts practice; and (3) Creating the conditions for co-production.

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Evaluating Co-production: Connecting human stories to strategy

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Evaluating Co-production: Connecting human stories to strategy

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The evaluation was co-produced by University of Sheffield evaluators and Co:Create staff, using a range of methods to incorporate the views of stakeholders on the process of co-production.

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Kindness, emotions and human relationships: The blind spot in public policy

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Kindness, emotions and human relationships: The blind spot in public policy

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Report on powerful and sometime surprising examples of where kindness and everyday relationships can effect change and support the wellbeing of individuals and communities. The report is not “stuffed full with policy recommendations, tool kits or calls for ‘compassionate impact assessments’.” But it does contain some powerful and challenging messages for policymakers.

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The Participatory Zeitgeist: an explanatory theoretical model of change in an era of coproduction and codesign in healthcare improvement

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The Participatory Zeitgeist: an explanatory theoretical model of change in an era of coproduction and codesign in healthcare improvement

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This paper introduces Mental Health Experience Co-design (MH ECO), a peer designed and led adapted form of Experience-based Co-design (EBCD) developed in Australia. It identified eight possible mechanisms from an assessment of the activities and outcomes of MH ECO and a review of existing published evaluations.

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The challenges of sharing different ways of knowing

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The challenges of sharing different ways of knowing

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Editorial about the different ways of knowing, prefacing articles exploring ways of sharing knowledge across language, cultural or disciplinary differences.

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Co-producing accountability? Drawing conclusions from non-profit child care services in Manitoba

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Co-producing accountability? Drawing conclusions from non-profit child care services in Manitoba

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Through key informant interviews with parents, non-profit organizations and government officials, this article argues that accountability is not co-produced because citizen co-producers are overly burdened with a disproportionate share of risk and responsibility compared to government co-producers with minimal support.

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2018
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Co-producing Randomized Controlled Trials: How Do We Work Together?

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Co-producing Randomized Controlled Trials: How Do We Work Together?

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Paper discusses co-production in quantitative research (with a specific focus on randomized controlled trials), how it can work in practice, and the barriers and enablers of co-production. It focuses on a randomized controlled trial of a peer support intervention in mental health which explicitly set out to coproduce knowledge and employed service user researchers.

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2019
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Financial Rewards Do Not Stimulate Coproduction: Evidence from Two Experiments

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Financial Rewards Do Not Stimulate Coproduction: Evidence from Two Experiments

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Study of a set of experiments that offered subjects a financial incentive to assist municipalities in helping refugees integrate. The experiment was first conducted among university students within a laboratory setting. Then, the initial findings were replicated and extended among a general adult sample. Results suggest that small financial rewards have no effect.

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2018
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Co-creative approaches to knowledge production: what next for bridging the research to practice gap?

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Co-creative approaches to knowledge production: what next for bridging the research to practice gap?

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This special issue arises from an international pursuit funded by the US National Science Foundation through SESYNC (the National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center) to further explore the contribution of co-creation to support the use of evidence in policy and practice change.

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2019
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Building trust and sharing power for co-creation in Aboriginal health research: a stakeholder interview study

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Building trust and sharing power for co-creation in Aboriginal health research: a stakeholder interview study

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This study describes the critical success factors behind SEARCH, focusing on how Study of Environment on Aboriginal Resilience and Child Health (SEARCH) was established, and continues to build trusting co-creative relationships. It also explores some continuing challenges and considers how the partnership might be strengthened.

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Generating ‘good enough’ evidence for co-production

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Generating ‘good enough’ evidence for co-production

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The article focuses on the co-production of public services, offering theory-based and knowledge-based routes to evidencing co-production. It cites a range of ‘good enough’ methodologies which community organisations and small-scale service providers experimenting with co-production can use to assess the potential contribution, including appreciative inquiry, peer-to-peer learning and data sharing.

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2017
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Ethical challenges of co-production: Imagine project

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Ethical challenges of co-production: Imagine project

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This programme is a large-scale collaborative ethnographic study which explores records and representations of community engagement, using the research to imagine how communities might be different and experiment with different forms of community-building.

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2022
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The Impact of Co-production: From Community Engagement to Social Justice

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The Impact of Co-production: From Community Engagement to Social Justice

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Bringing together academics, artists, practitioners and ‘community activists’, this book explores the possibilities for, and tensions of, social justice work under the contemporary drive for community-orientated ‘impact’ in the academy.

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2017
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Lost in the shadows: reflections on the dark side of co-production

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Lost in the shadows: reflections on the dark side of co-production

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This article is a response to ‘The dark side of coproduction: do the costs outweigh the benefits for health research?’ recently published in Health Research Policy and Systems (2019, 17:33). The original commentary raises some important questions about how and when to co-produce health research, including highlighting various professional costs to those involved. However, we identify four related limitations in their inquiry.

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2020
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Co-production of Research: Special Issue by Nature

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Co-production of Research: Special Issue by Nature

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This special issue of Nature looks at the promise and the pitfalls of research coproduction for the societies, stakeholders and scientists now working shoulder to shoulder.

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Nature
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2018
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Understanding the motivations of patients: A co-designed project to understand the factors behind patient engagement

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Understanding the motivations of patients: A co-designed project to understand the factors behind patient engagement

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The results of this research describe a sample of patient and family members currently engaged with health systems. We identified seven motivational factors underlying their engagement.

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Designing and developing a co-produced theoretical and evidence-based online support for family caregivers of people with dementia at the end of life

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Designing and developing a co-produced theoretical and evidence-based online support for family caregivers of people with dementia at the end of life

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This paper reports the development and presents the targets (subject areas) and components of a prototype website to support family caregivers of a person with dementia towards the end of life.

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Drawing straight lines along blurred boundaries: qualitative research, patient and public involvement in medical research, co-production and co-design

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Drawing straight lines along blurred boundaries: qualitative research, patient and public involvement in medical research, co-production and co-design

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There has also been a subtle shift in the discourse, with the language of co-design and co-production used more widely in debates about involvement. This shift has surfaced once again debates about what counts as meaningful involvement. In this paper we seek to contribute to this debate by exploring boundaries and overlaps between them.

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Bringing together co-production and community participatory research approaches

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Bringing together co-production and community participatory research approaches

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Using first person reflective narrative, this paper explores how community participatory approaches enable barriers to co-production to be overcome in a primary mental health service.

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2019
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Toward Co-productive Learning? The Exchange Network as Experimental Space

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Toward Co-productive Learning? The Exchange Network as Experimental Space

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In this paper the development of the Exchange Network is presented, an experimental learning space deliberately designed to foreground, and work on this relational dynamic in healthcare research and quality improvement.

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Child-Led Research: Questioning Knowledge

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Child-Led Research: Questioning Knowledge

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This article draws upon an empirical study of ‘child-led research’ projects, undertaken in Bangladesh, Jordan and Lebanon, for a critical examination of the meanings and implications of ‘child-led research’. In particular, this paper explores what counts as knowledge in social science research within contexts of generational difference and power.

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Crossing the great divide: Coproduction, synergy, and development

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Crossing the great divide: Coproduction, synergy, and development

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Two cases are presented — one from Brazil and one from Nigeria. The third section of the paper provides a brief overview of the theory of coproduction and its relevance for understanding the two cases. The last section addresses the implications of coproduction in polycentric systems for synergy and development.

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1996
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Realising the Potential of Co-production: Negotiating Improvements in Public Services

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Realising the Potential of Co-production: Negotiating Improvements in Public Services

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This article looks at the purported advantages of co-production, and considers how these can best be accessed. A case study workshop involving social housing users and providers, conducted as part of the National Consumer Council-Unison Shared Solutions project, is used to illustrate the need for collective dialogue and deliberation between co-producers rather than purely transactional forms of co-production.

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2008
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Can Co-production Really Transform UK Mental Health Services?

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Can Co-production Really Transform UK Mental Health Services?

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Editorial about whether co-production can work for mental health.

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2016
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Distinguishing Different Types of Coproduction: A Conceptual Analysis Based on the Classical Definitions

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Distinguishing Different Types of Coproduction: A Conceptual Analysis Based on the Classical Definitions

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This article argues that rather than trying to determine one encompassing definition of the concept, several different types of coproduction can be distinguished. Recognizing different types of coproduction more systematically is a critical step in making research on this phenomenon more comparable and more cumulative.

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2015
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Value co-production: intellectual origins and implications for practice and research

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Value co-production: intellectual origins and implications for practice and research

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This paper surveys the history of an alternative view of value creation to that associated with industrial production. It argues that technical breakthroughs and social innovations in actual value creation render the alternative—a value co-production framework—ever more pertinent.

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Co-producing public involvement training with members of the public and research organisations in the East Midlands

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Co-producing public involvement training with members of the public and research organisations in the East Midlands

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This paper reports on setting up a training programme for lay assessors. It describes a way of working that embodies a regional, cross-organisational approach to co-producing training with members of the public.

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Co-production: towards a utopian approach

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Co-production: towards a utopian approach

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This article outlines how co-production might be understood as a utopian method, which both attends to and works against dominant inequalities. It suggests that it might be positioned ‘within, against, and beyond’ current configurations of power in academia and society more broadly. It develops this argument by drawing on recent research funded through the UK’s Connected Communities programme.

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

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

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The aim of this study was to identify a key set of principles and recommendations for co-creating public health interventions. These recommendations aim to help the co-creation of public health interventions by providing a framework and governance to guide the process.

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2019
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Public Participation in Health and Social Care: Exploring the Co-production of Knowledge

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Public Participation in Health and Social Care: Exploring the Co-production of Knowledge

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An essential first step to advancing public participation in health is to put it in the context of developing modern democracy more generally. This article seeks to do this by identifying four key stages in the development of public participation in health and social care.

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The story of our times: shifting power, bridging divides, transforming society

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The story of our times: shifting power, bridging divides, transforming society

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Independent inquiry considering the future for civil society, examines the environment in which civil society operates, the many pressures and changes it faces, and engaged groups, networks, organisations and individuals to develop a shared understanding of what the future might hold, and the role of civil society in shaping it.

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2018
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The challenge of inclusive coproduction: The importance of situated rituals and emotional inclusivity in the coproduction of health research projects

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The challenge of inclusive coproduction: The importance of situated rituals and emotional inclusivity in the coproduction of health research projects

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Using ethnographic data with four applied health research projects, we explored how everyday rituals generate and sustain inclusivity. Informed by interactional ritual change theory, we identify two types of interlinked inclusivity: relational, individuals routinely engaging together; and emotional, the feeling of being included.

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In This Together: Building knowledge about co-production

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In This Together: Building knowledge about co-production

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This report tells the stories of people who are improving public services by working with the people who use them and delivering public services in a radically different way. These examples have at their heart equal and reciprocal relationships between professionals, people using services, their families and neighbours – an approach known as ​‘co-production’.

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2011
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Welsh Network for Coproduction: Research Papers

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Welsh Network for Coproduction: Research Papers

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Selection of academic papers from the the co-production knowledge base of the Welsh Network for Co-production.

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An asset approach to community wellbeing: glass half full

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An asset approach to community wellbeing: glass half full

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'A Glass Half-full' offers a fresh perspective on how to reduce inequalities in community health and wellbeing. It proposes assessing and building on the strengths and resources in a community to increase resilience and social capital, and develop better ways of delivering health outcomes.

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Joint Decision Making: A systematic review

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Joint Decision Making: A systematic review

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This briefing is based on a systematic review of joint decision-making. Joint decision-making initiatives can increase wellbeing in a number of ways, when looking at interventions such as community involvement in urban renewal projects, co-production in public services and participatory budgeting.

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Analysing co-creation in theory and in practice: A systemic review

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Analysing co-creation in theory and in practice: A systemic review

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Stakeholders across the public sector, industry, academia and civil society expect demonstrable impacts and to be engaged in the co-creation and coproduction of socially robust knowledge. This Working Paper explores the question: ‘What is research impact in the humanities and social sciences (SSH) and how might we measure, accelerate and stimulate it?’

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Co-creation in Social Sciences and Humanities: Experiences, Considerations, Lessons Learned

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Co-creation in Social Sciences and Humanities: Experiences, Considerations, Lessons Learned

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This report is part of Work Package 2 in the ACCOMPLISSH project. It includes the results and conclusions from 14 focus group interviews with quadruple helix partners in 12 countries. Having considered, planned and worked with quadruple helix collaboration and co-creation in the fields of Social Sciences and the Humanities (SSH), the authors of the report can come with the following recommendations.

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Anne‐Marie Boylan
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Hitomi Yokota
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Nicola Kayes
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Sarah O'Brien
Abdul Ghaffar
Abdul Ghaffar
Adalbert Evers
Adalbert Evers
Adele Horobin, George Brown, Fred Higton, Stevie Vanhegan, Andrew Wragg, Paula Wray & Dawn-Marie Walker
Adele Horobin, George Brown, Fred Higton, Stevie Vanhegan, Andrew Wragg, Paula Wray & Dawn-Marie Walker
Akala
Akala
Aksel Ersoy
Aksel Ersoy
Albert Norström, Chris Cvitanovic, Marie F. Löf, Simon West, Carina Wyborn
Albert Norström, Chris Cvitanovic, Marie F. Löf, Simon West, Carina Wyborn
Alicia Renedo
Alicia Renedo
Alison O’Shea
Alison O’Shea
Alison Porter
Alison Porter
Allison Metz
Allison Metz
Alyce-Ellen Barber
Alyce-Ellen Barber
Andrew M. Ibrahim
Andrew M. Ibrahim
Andrew C Grundy
Andrew C Grundy
Andrew C. Grundy, Paul Hine, Aneela McAvoy, Karina Lovell
Andrew C. Grundy, Paul Hine, Aneela McAvoy, Karina Lovell
Andrew Lemmy
Andrew Lemmy
Andrew Perry
Andrew Perry
Andy Gibson
Andy Gibson
Aneela McAvoy
Aneela McAvoy
Angela Filipe
Angela Filipe
Angelina Osborne
Angelina Osborne
Annalise Ayre
Annalise Ayre
Anne Rathbone, Sunita Pallan-Jhalli, Hansa Clay, Raymond Codner, Tara Bourne, Samantha Gregory, Francesca Turner and Emerson Morris
Anne Rathbone, Sunita Pallan-Jhalli, Hansa Clay, Raymond Codner, Tara Bourne, Samantha Gregory, Francesca Turner and Emerson Morris
Annegret Dahlmann-Noor
Annegret Dahlmann-Noor
Annette Boaz
Annette Boaz
Anthony X
Anthony X
April Smith
April Smith
Arun Verma
Arun Verma
Ashely Campbell
Ashely Campbell
Asher Wood
Asher Wood
Assad Hafeez
Assad Hafeez
Azar Richardson
Azar Richardson
Ben Robinson
Ben Robinson
Benjamin Ewert
Benjamin Ewert
Benjamin JR Buckley
Benjamin JR Buckley
Berni Graham
Berni Graham
Beth Hall
Beth Hall
Beth Perry
Beth Perry
Bev J Holmes, Allan Best, Huw Davies, David Hunter, Michael P Kelly, Martin Marshall, Joanne Rycroft-Malone
Bev J Holmes, Allan Best, Huw Davies, David Hunter, Michael P Kelly, Martin Marshall, Joanne Rycroft-Malone
Bram Verschuere
Bram Verschuere
Brian Noonan
Brian Noonan
Bridie Angela Evans
Bridie Angela Evans
C Wyborn
C Wyborn
Caitlin McMullin
Caitlin McMullin
Caitlin Wake
Caitlin Wake
Candida Lowell-Smith
Candida Lowell-Smith
Carmel McGrath
Carmel McGrath
Carmen Vargas
Carmen Vargas
Caroline Afolabi
Caroline Afolabi
Cassandra Yuill
Cassandra Yuill
Cassia Bennett
Cassia Bennett
Cat Duncan-Rees
Cat Duncan-Rees
Catherine Durose
Catherine Durose
Catherine Hamilton-Giachritsis
Catherine Hamilton-Giachritsis
Catherine Mangan
Catherine Mangan
Catherine Needham
Catherine Needham
Catherine Pope
Catherine Pope
Catherine Wilton
Catherine Wilton
Cathy Pharoah
Cathy Pharoah
Charity Binka
Charity Binka
Charlotte Sharp, Lynn Laidlaw, Joyce Fox
Charlotte Sharp, Lynn Laidlaw, Joyce Fox
Chloe Gill
Chloe Gill
Chloe Grindey
Chloe Grindey
Chris Dayson
Chris Dayson
Christopher Burton
Christopher Burton
Cicely A Marston
Cicely A Marston
Claire Armitage
Claire Armitage
Claire Craig
Claire Craig
Co-creating Welfare
Co-creating Welfare
Co-production Collective
Co-production Collective
Co-production Wales
Co-production Wales
Colin King
Colin King
Darren Bagnall
Darren Bagnall
Dave Vanderhoven
Dave Vanderhoven
David Beran et al
David Beran et al
David Boyle
David Boyle
David Budtz Pedersen
David Budtz Pedersen
David Dean
David Dean
David M Bell
David M Bell
David Milledge
David Milledge
David Olusoga
David Olusoga
Debra de Silva
Debra de Silva
Doreen Tembo
Doreen Tembo
Dorota Ali
Dorota Ali
Durham Community Research Team
Durham Community Research Team
E. Kay M. Tisdall
E. Kay M. Tisdall
Eleri McFarlane-Rose
Eleri McFarlane-Rose
Elinor Ostrom
Elinor Ostrom
Elke Loeffler
Elke Loeffler
Ellen Bennett
Ellen Bennett
Ellen Thaels
Ellen Thaels
Eloise Stark
Eloise Stark
Emeline Han
Emeline Han
Emer Brangan
Emer Brangan
Erna Snelgrove-Clarke
Erna Snelgrove-Clarke
Esmée Hanna
Esmée Hanna
Ewan Ferlie
Ewan Ferlie
F. V. Hallam-Bowles
F. V. Hallam-Bowles
Fadi El-Jardali
Fadi El-Jardali
Fiona Godlee
Fiona Godlee
Firoza Davies
Firoza Davies
Franchesca Ramsey
Franchesca Ramsey
Frank Reilly
Frank Reilly
Gabriel M Leung
Gabriel M Leung
Gary Hickey
Gary Hickey
Gemma Wheeler
Gemma Wheeler
Geo Whitman
Geo Whitman
Gerry McGivern
Gerry McGivern
Gillian Chan
Gillian Chan
Glenn Robert
Glenn Robert
Graham P. Martin
Graham P. Martin
Grant O'Brien
Grant O'Brien
Gy Larsen
Gy Larsen
Heather Campbell
Heather Campbell
Heidi Andrews
Heidi Andrews
Helen Craig
Helen Craig
Helen Sharp
Helen Sharp
Helen Smith
Helen Smith
Helen Smith, Luke Budworth, Chloe Grindey, Isabel Hague, Natalie Hamer, Roman Kislov, Peter van der Graaf & Joe Langley
Helen Smith, Luke Budworth, Chloe Grindey, Isabel Hague, Natalie Hamer, Roman Kislov, Peter van der Graaf & Joe Langley
Helen Thomas-Hughes
Helen Thomas-Hughes
Hemakumar Devan
Hemakumar Devan
Huw T.O. Davies
Huw T.O. Davies
Ian Gwilt
Ian Gwilt
Ilina Singh
Ilina Singh
Ingrid Abreu Scherer
Ingrid Abreu Scherer
Irene Akua Agyepong
Irene Akua Agyepong
Iris Lavi
Iris Lavi
Isaac Samuels
Isaac Samuels
Isabel Hague
Isabel Hague
Isabel Wilkerson
Isabel Wilkerson
Issiaka Sombie
Issiaka Sombie
JM Chambers
JM Chambers
Jacqueline Miller
Jacqueline Miller
Jacqueline Newton
Jacqueline Newton
Jacqui Lovell
Jacqui Lovell
Jade Davies
Jade Davies
James Nicholls
James Nicholls
James Paskins
James Paskins
James Rees
James Rees
Jane O’Hara
Jane O’Hara
Janet Harris, Amy Barnes, Morwenna Foden, Epiphany Kidd, Chris Hewitt, Brendan Warner-Southwell, Emma Ward, Rachael Weston
Janet Harris, Amy Barnes, Morwenna Foden, Epiphany Kidd, Chris Hewitt, Brendan Warner-Southwell, Emma Ward, Rachael Weston
Janet Heaton
Janet Heaton
Jarg Bergold
Jarg Bergold
Jasmine Noor
Jasmine Noor
Jayshree Adnath
Jayshree Adnath
Jenelle Clarke
Jenelle Clarke
Jennifer Kate Cooney
Jennifer Kate Cooney
Jennifer Oates
Jennifer Oates
Jenny Barke
Jenny Barke
Jenny Harrow
Jenny Harrow
Jenny Hasenfuss
Jenny Hasenfuss
Jeremy Cripps
Jeremy Cripps
Jo Armes
Jo Armes
Jo Cairns
Jo Cairns
Jo Day
Jo Day
Joe Langley
Joe Langley
Johanna Hanefeld
Johanna Hanefeld
John Amaechi
John Amaechi
John Gallangers
John Gallangers
Jon Gutierrez
Jon Gutierrez
Jonas Grønvad
Jonas Grønvad
Jonas Stier
Jonas Stier
Joseph Langley
Joseph Langley
Josephine Chambers
Josephine Chambers
Josephine Ocloo
Josephine Ocloo
Josie Vallely
Josie Vallely
Julia Hiscock
Julia Hiscock
Julia Slay
Julia Slay
Julia Unwin
Julia Unwin
Julie E Reed
Julie E Reed
Julie Wright
Julie Wright
Justin Waring
Justin Waring
K. R. Robinson
K. R. Robinson
Karen Laing
Karen Laing
Karina Lovell
Karina Lovell
Karine Levasseur
Karine Levasseur
Kate Pahl
Kate Pahl
Kate Pieroudis
Kate Pieroudis
Kathleen Lovell
Kathleen Lovell
Kathryn Perera
Kathryn Perera
Kati Turner
Kati Turner
Katie Marovitch
Katie Marovitch
Keith Marais
Keith Marais
Kelsey Blackwell
Kelsey Blackwell
Kingsley Norton
Kingsley Norton
Kylee Trevillion
Kylee Trevillion
Lars Tummers
Lars Tummers
Lauren Walker
Lauren Walker
Leask, C.F., Sandlund, M., Skelton, D.A. et al.
Leask, C.F., Sandlund, M., Skelton, D.A. et al.
Leigh Hale
Leigh Hale
Lindsey K. Horner
Lindsey K. Horner
Lisa Hinton
Lisa Hinton
Liz Richardson
Liz Richardson
Lois Beech, Margaret Edwards, Clare Skidmore, Pete Fleischmann, Jeremy Porteus
Lois Beech, Margaret Edwards, Clare Skidmore, Pete Fleischmann, Jeremy Porteus
Louca-Mai Brady
Louca-Mai Brady
Louise Archer
Louise Archer
Louise Locock
Louise Locock
Louise Whitehead
Louise Whitehead
Lucia Rocca-Ihenacho
Lucia Rocca-Ihenacho
Lucy Pollyanna Goldsmith, Rosaleen Morshead, Charlotte McWilliam, Gordon Forbes, Michael Ussher, Alan Simpson, Mike Lucock and Steve Gillard
Lucy Pollyanna Goldsmith, Rosaleen Morshead, Charlotte McWilliam, Gordon Forbes, Michael Ussher, Alan Simpson, Mike Lucock and Steve Gillard
Luke Budworth
Luke Budworth
Lyn Williams
Lyn Williams
Lynn Laidlaw
Lynn Laidlaw
Lynn Laidlaw
Lynn Laidlaw
Lynne Williams
Lynne Williams
ME Ryan et al.
ME Ryan et al.
Maarten Kok
Maarten Kok
Mari-Rose Kennedy
Mari-Rose Kennedy
Marie Louise Jørgensen
Marie Louise Jørgensen
Marie-Gloriose Ingabire
Marie-Gloriose Ingabire
Marilyn Howard
Marilyn Howard
Mark Bevir
Mark Bevir
Mark Dalgarno
Mark Dalgarno
Mark Shucksmith
Mark Shucksmith
Marlies Honingh
Marlies Honingh
Maurice Smith
Maurice Smith
Meerat Kaur
Meerat Kaur
Meredith A. Perry
Meredith A. Perry
Michael Clark
Michael Clark
Michael Harris
Michael Harris
Michael Turner
Michael Turner
Michelle Farr
Michelle Farr
Michelle Lokot
Michelle Lokot
Michelle Man
Michelle Man
Mike Trapp
Mike Trapp
Mostafa Yaghoubi
Mostafa Yaghoubi
Muna Abdi
Muna Abdi
Nadia Bashir
Nadia Bashir
Naomi Schneider
Naomi Schneider
Natalie Hamer
Natalie Hamer
Natalie Morris
Natalie Morris
Nathan Davies, Jenny Hopwood, Nina Walker, Jamie Ross, Steve Iliffe, Kate Walters & Greta Rait
Nathan Davies, Jenny Hopwood, Nina Walker, Jamie Ross, Steve Iliffe, Kate Walters & Greta Rait
National Co-production Advisory Group (NCAG)
National Co-production Advisory Group (NCAG)
Nazihah Uddin
Nazihah Uddin
Nefyn Williams
Nefyn Williams
Neil Small
Neil Small
NeurOX YPAG
NeurOX YPAG
New Economics Foundation
New Economics Foundation
Niccola Hutchinson-Pascal
Niccola Hutchinson-Pascal
Nick Holmes
Nick Holmes
Nicklas Bang Bådum
Nicklas Bang Bådum
Nicky Britten
Nicky Britten
Noreen Blanluet
Noreen Blanluet
Oli Williams
Oli Williams
Oli Williams, Sophie Sarre, Stan Constantina Papoulias, Sarah Knowles, Glenn Robert, Peter Beresford, Diana Rose, Sarah Carr, Meerat Kaur & Victoria J. Palmer
Oli Williams, Sophie Sarre, Stan Constantina Papoulias, Sarah Knowles, Glenn Robert, Peter Beresford, Diana Rose, Sarah Carr, Meerat Kaur & Victoria J. Palmer
P. A. Logan
P. A. Logan
Pam Miller
Pam Miller
Patricio Cuevas-Parra
Patricio Cuevas-Parra
Patrick Vernon
Patrick Vernon
Paul Hine
Paul Hine
Paul Hine
Paul Hine
Paul Robson, Alice Sampson, Nnamdi Dime, Louisa Hernandez and Rachael Litherland
Paul Robson, Alice Sampson, Nnamdi Dime, Louisa Hernandez and Rachael Litherland
Paul Wicks
Paul Wicks
Paula Hyde
Paula Hyde
Paula M Watson
Paula M Watson
Pete Fleischmann
Pete Fleischmann
Peter Beresford
Peter Beresford
Peter Dobers
Peter Dobers
Peter Lewis
Peter Lewis
Peter van der Graaf
Peter van der Graaf
Philip Mullen
Philip Mullen
Philippa Davies
Philippa Davies
Phillip Hunter
Phillip Hunter
Pippa Coutts
Pippa Coutts
Public Health Wales
Public Health Wales
Rachael Addicott
Rachael Addicott
Rachel Matthews
Rachel Matthews
Rachel Pain
Rachel Pain
Rachel Rosen
Rachel Rosen
Rafael Ramírez
Rafael Ramírez
Rebecca Jane-Law
Rebecca Jane-Law
Reni Eddo-Lodge
Reni Eddo-Lodge
Renske Visser
Renske Visser
Rhianne Noor
Rhianne Noor
Richard J. McManus
Richard J. McManus
Richard Pender
Richard Pender
Robert Borst
Robert Borst
Robert Glenn
Robert Glenn
Robert Marten
Robert Marten
Rolf Hvidtfeldt
Rolf Hvidtfeldt
Roman Kislov
Roman Kislov
Rosamund Snow
Rosamund Snow
Rosemary Davies
Rosemary Davies
Rosemary J Hollick
Rosemary J Hollick
Rosie Davies
Rosie Davies
Rosie McLeod
Rosie McLeod
Ruth Dineen
Ruth Dineen
Ryan Hunter
Ryan Hunter
Sadaf Shallwani
Sadaf Shallwani
Saffron Woodcraft
Saffron Woodcraft
Samira Musse
Samira Musse
Sandy Oliver
Sandy Oliver
Sarah Burns
Sarah Burns
Sarah Carr
Sarah Carr
Sarah Smith
Sarah Smith
Sebastian Jilke
Sebastian Jilke
Shahid Islam
Shahid Islam
Shama Mohammed
Shama Mohammed
Sherry Clark
Sherry Clark
Shoba Dawson
Shoba Dawson
Simon Denegri
Simon Denegri
Simone Louise Sherriff, Hilary Miller, Allison Tong, Anna Williamson, Sumithra Muthayya, Sally Redman, Sandra Bailey, Sandra Eades, and Abby Haynes
Simone Louise Sherriff, Hilary Miller, Allison Tong, Anna Williamson, Sumithra Muthayya, Sally Redman, Sandra Bailey, Sandra Eades, and Abby Haynes
Siobhan Morris
Siobhan Morris
Sophia Parveen
Sophia Parveen
Sophie Duncan
Sophie Duncan
Sophie Staniszewska
Sophie Staniszewska
Spanjol, J., Cui, A. S., Nakata, C., Sharp, L. K., Crawford, S. Y., Xiao, Y., & Watson-Manheim, M. B.
Spanjol, J., Cui, A. S., Nakata, C., Sharp, L. K., Crawford, S. Y., Xiao, Y., & Watson-Manheim, M. B.
Stacey Knox
Stacey Knox
Stan (Constantina) Papoulias
Stan (Constantina) Papoulias
Stefan Thomas
Stefan Thomas
Stephen Timmons
Stephen Timmons
Steve Gillard
Steve Gillard
Sue Godt
Sue Godt
Sue Wheatcroft
Sue Wheatcroft
Taco Brandsen
Taco Brandsen
Tamara L. McCarron, Thomas Noseworthy, Karen Moffat, Gloria Wilkinson, Sandra Zelinsky, Deborah White, Derek Hassay, Diane L. Lorenzetti, Nancy J. Marlett
Tamara L. McCarron, Thomas Noseworthy, Karen Moffat, Gloria Wilkinson, Sandra Zelinsky, Deborah White, Derek Hassay, Diane L. Lorenzetti, Nancy J. Marlett
Tanvi Rai
Tanvi Rai
Tessa Richards
Tessa Richards
Thomas Abrams
Thomas Abrams
Tobias Jung
Tobias Jung
Tom Clarke
Tom Clarke
Tony Bovaird
Tony Bovaird
Transforming Adult Social Care Co-production Group
Transforming Adult Social Care Co-production Group
Trevor Noah
Trevor Noah
Trui Steen
Trui Steen
Unknown
Unknown
Valerie Morrison
Valerie Morrison
Vanessa Bennett
Vanessa Bennett
Vanessa Burholt
Vanessa Burholt
Vicky Okine
Vicky Okine
Vicky O’Donoghue
Vicky O’Donoghue
Victor Bekkers
Victor Bekkers
Victoria Jane Palmer, Wayne Weavell, Rosemary Callander, Donella Piper, Lauralie Richard, Lynne Maher, Hilary Boyd, Helen Herrman, John Furler, Jane Gunn, Rick Iedema, Glenn Robert
Victoria Jane Palmer, Wayne Weavell, Rosemary Callander, Donella Piper, Lauralie Richard, Lynne Maher, Hilary Boyd, Helen Herrman, John Furler, Jane Gunn, Rick Iedema, Glenn Robert
William Voorberg
William Voorberg
Yasminah Beebeejaun, Catherine Durose, James Rees, Jo Richardson and Liz Richardson
Yasminah Beebeejaun, Catherine Durose, James Rees, Jo Richardson and Liz Richardson
Zac Oyama
Zac Oyama
Zahra Kosar
Zahra Kosar
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