Sophie Duncan, National Coordinating Centre for Public Engagement. Photo by Ben Littlefield

Revolution is in the air, but not from where you might expect.

This blog has been written by Ben Littlefield, Public Engagement Manager for the School of the Built Environment, Engineering and Mathematical and Physical Sciences (BEAMS)….

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A road sign shows that all roads lead to learning!

Coming up in Co-production – 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…

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A picture from Rachel’s trip – beautiful mountains in Alaska with a sign for Southcentral Foundation.

Planning the Centre’s Future Together

This blog is written by Rachel Matthews about how she’s settling in at the UCL Centre for Co-production in Health research and looking forward to…

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A group of people at a co-creation session are discussing co-production while Lizzie notes common themes.

Reflecting Together – what does good co-production look like?

This blog was written by Sarah Markham about her reflections on the UCL Centre for Co-production in Health Research co-creation session in September 2019. It…

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scultpures and mobiles from the Humans Make Plastic Workshop hanging on the wall

Humans Make Plastic…and then what?!

This Blog has been written by Camilla Brendon, a London based artist. Currently in residency at Chisenhale Studios in Tower Hamlets. Camilla worked with the…

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Researcher walks through the Pathology collection

Past and Present: The study of anatomy from a screenwriter

This post has been written by Wilma Smith, a screenwriter in the EIFF Ideas Lab program. Over the last year, it’s been quite something to…

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Woman dancing in a crowd at the Janakpur Mela

Fun and games can prevent diabetes

This Blog has been written by Joanna Morrison, Senior Research Associate in the Institute for Global Health, and this project has taken place with funding…

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Figure 1: Skilled hands exercise: What’s important to you as a participant in the FNP?

“It did mean a lot”: What public engagement with teenage mothers taught us about our research.

This blog has been written by Dr. Katie Harron, Senior Lecturer and Sir Henry Wellcome Fellow based in the Child Health Informatics Group. Around 20,000…

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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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