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Co-production event: Teasing out the Tensions

Niccola2 March 2020

This event was planned and delivered as a partnership between public contributors, INVOLVE; Centre for Public Engagement at Kingston University and St George’s, University of London; UCL Centre for Co-production in Health Research; Bridges Self-Management; Department of Design, and Brunel University. With thanks to Journal Frontiers in Sociology who sponsored the event on 26 February […]

It’s National Co-production Week! Just another ‘named’ day of the year or something bigger?

Niccola3 July 2019

As the UCL Centre for Co-production in Health Research we believe it’s something much MUCH bigger! We feel that #CoProWeek, (this year from 1-5 July 2019) is a chance for us all to shout about how great co-production is and to promote the benefits! This annual initiative is brought to us by Social Care Institute […]

The latest news from UCL Centre for Co-production in Health Research! So much to tell you…

Niccola24 June 2019

Niccola Hutchinson-Pascal and Susan Anderson the new Project Co-ordinator for the UCL Centre for Co-production in Health Research share the latest news from the Centre development work. Hello everyone! We have yet MORE exciting news from the UCL Centre for Co-production in Health Research! It’s non-stop at the mo! The news is all people related […]

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

Niccola24 June 2019

Are you interested in how the co-production of research can improve the health of our diverse society? Do you have skills in sustainable business model development? How about applying for the Interim Head of the UCL Centre for Co-production in Health Research maternity cover role? The Centre is looking for temporary support to help us […]

The Co-pro Pilots are back! UCL Centre for Co-production funding is available for you!

Niccola30 April 2019

This blog is brought to you by Niccola Hutchinson-Pascal with “help” from Guide Dog in training Viking! It’s only been a few months since the last round of Pilot projects came to an end but we learnt a lot and so are keen to forge ahead and develop the Centre still further in time for […]

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

Niccola12 April 2019

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 Project Coordinator to join the UCL Centre for Co-production in Health Research team, details on how to apply are outlined below. What is the UCL Centre for Co-production in Health […]

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

Niccola10 April 2019

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 of co-producing a Centre pilot project with fellow co-producer Jean Straus. A massive thank you to you both! Some background on sandpit innovation workshops and co-production In my former job […]

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

Niccola19 March 2019

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 UCL Centre for Co-Production in Health Research came to my attention as I was looking through the UCL Public Engagement Unit’s website. I had recently joined the Science and Technology […]

Co-creation, reflection and challenging the status quo! What’s next for the Centre for Co-pro?

Niccola20 December 2018

This blog is written by Niccola Hutchison Pascal, reflecting on the year since the Centre for Co-Production in Health Research starting on it’s journey. Hey everyone 🙂 So I thought it was about time that I share some (of the many!) thoughts spinning around in my head! Sorry for those of you that have already […]

Who cares if bleeding gums worsen diabetes and heart disease?

Niccola12 November 2018

This blog has been written by UCL Centre for Co-Production in Health Research Pilot Team Members – Heather, Ian, Brian and Francesco Everyone’s gums bleed, right? So what’s the deal? Well, for most people bleeding means gum problems and in around half could affect smiling and chewing by damaging the bone around the teeth and […]