Coming up in Co-production – October 2019
By Briony Fleming, on 14 October 2019
This blog shares ways you can get involved with the UCL Centre for Co-production in Health Research, and a range of other resources and co-production events.
We love learning more about co-production from the resources and experiences so many of you share! Each month, we’ll post a blog like this where we’ll pass on ways to get involved in and learn about co-production and related topics.
Get involved in the UCL Centre for Co-production in Health Research:
Email Susan email@example.com if you’re curious about any of these opportunities.
- On Thursday 31 October 13:30-1630, come help us work on our learning and development support for co-producers (West London location). If this would be your first time joining in, here’s what a co-creation session is like!
- Come explore how to evaluate what we do together as a Centre on Wednesday 27 November 13:30-16:30 (North London location).
- Are you living with health issues or supporting people who do? We’re looking for two people to join our Allies Group and one person to join SCIE’s (Social Care Institute for Excellence) Co-production Network. Check out these details and reach out by 25 October.
- If you’re curious about developing a sustainable business model for the Centre’s future, Rachel’s looking forward to collaborating on this so please reach out on firstname.lastname@example.org .
- Let us know if you’d like to join in collaborating on our blog! You could share a bit about yourself, share learnings from co-production projects, or let us know if you have any other ideas.
- Send us resources to feature here next month, or tag us on Twitter @UCLCoPro.
Check out these events:
- Is There A Doctor In The House? – Sign up for this co-produced performance and theatre workshop, free and open to all on 23 October.
- If you’re a carer, you can join Carers UK and attend their conference 10 October.
- Wonder Match helps people collaborate on ways for people to get involved in science. They’re having an event on 14 November so you can apply by Friday 25 October.
Learning about co-production and more:
Oxfordshire co-production programme is launching a co-produced ‘Working Together’ Handbook on October 16 with tips on how to do co-production (though it’s different every time!). Find your copy here.
- Nesta: The latest 100 day challenge has finished! It led to Nick’s rule as a way to hear everyone’s voice, and The Guardian’s article on how people with learning disabilities and autism helped redesign local support.
- Wellcome Trust: would like input on how to reimagine the culture of research so it’s more inclusive.
- CoProduce Care: has tips on doing co-production and a video on who they are and what they do.
- Co-creation of Service Innovation in Europe (CoSIE): shared reflections on getting practitioners involved in co-creation.
- Civil Society Futures: touches on how co-production can be part of the new energy we need in civil society.
- BMJ Journals: published an editorial on the importance of co-production, an opinion piece on what co-production is, and more on the impact of co-production in health services.
- PLoS ONE: published this co-produced study on young adults’ views on using technology to notice worsening mental health.
- The National Lottery Community Fund: has released a report on co-production benefiting people, professionals and organisations.
- Evidence & Policy: has a new special issue on bringing co-creation into policy and practice.
Of course, you can also check out the rest of our blogs!
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