Single Yellow Lines from Charlie Harrison's Testing Situations project

The Only Way is Ethics

How did we end up bringing together 20 people to talk about ethics on a Wednesday afternoon? It started with the UCL Public Engagement Network,…

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Graphic illustration of some of the UCL Centre for Co-production work and discussions to date (Photo and design credit: Debbie Roberts, Engage Visually)

The UCL Centre for Co-production in Health Research is recruiting!

Interested in co-production, co-creation and health research? Keen to learn more and looking for a job? We’d love to hear from you! We are recruiting a…

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Image of the Helix Design Centre with the Hearing Birdsong yellow bird boxes displayed in the room (Image credit: James Retief @jretief11)

Our Co-production Journey: From Sandpits to Bird Boxes!

Please welcome another great guest blogger for UCL Centre for Co-production in Health Research – Anna Lawrence-Jones! Anna has co-written this blog about her experience…

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Why I grappled with the word co-production and how I have come to love it!

Why I grappled with the word co-production and how I have come to love it!

Today’s guest blogger for UCL Centre for Co-production in Health Research is the lovely Trupti Patel, Centre collaborator and UCL researcher – welcome Trupti! The…

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Newspaper cuttings create stars which challenge the image of migrants as portrayed in the news through Brexit coverage

We Are Movers: collaboration with women on migration, mobility and settlement

This blog has been written by Louise Dredge, Public Engagement Manager (SLASH & IoE) In our work to support staff and students at UCL to…

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UCL Staff taking part in informal networking

East Engagement Network: exploring collaboration and knowledge exchange in east London

Last week (27th February) we had the latest instalment of the East Engagement Network meetings (EEN). The East Engagement Network is growing forum for staff…

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INGRAINED: putting public engagement at the heart of research

INGRAINED: putting public engagement at the heart of research

This blog has been written by Dr. Gemma Moore, Head of Evaluation in UCL Culture together with Marina Chang from the Calthorpe Project. This month…

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Group photograph of the BRIGHT project team, Keneba, The Gambia (2017)

Why the brain matters: Public Engagement in The Gambia

This blog has been written by Laura Katus,  PhD Student  in Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuropsychiatry Section, based in UCL Great Ormond Street Institute of Child…

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The team in Nepal

‘More than just giving information’: Public engagement and diabetes awareness in Nepal

This Blog has been written by Beacon Bursary awardee Joanna Morrison, for a project working with 10 artists from the Janakpur Women’s Development Centre (JWDC)…

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