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Archive for the 'Co-production' Category

Opportunities to get involved in co-producing with us!

Niccola19 July 2020

Niccola from the Centre for Co-production reflects on the last 3 years’ work by the Centre co-producers and outlines what we still need to do in time for the Centre launch at the end of October 2020. Launch day for the Centre for Co-production is fast approaching! I hope you have 22 October in your […]

July’s Co-production Network: young people’s insights on virtual co-production

Rory17 July 2020

Our second virtual Co-production Network Session featured Louca-Mai, Jacq, Elena and Orla from eyeYPAG) a Young People’s Advisory Group for those with eye or vision problems as well as lots of thought-provoking discussions around breaking down barriers to virtual co-production. Thank you to everyone who attended and we hope to see you at our future […]

Human relationships make authentic co-production happen

Rory16 July 2020

Advisory group members Clare Dawson, Dawn McBean, Sally Percival, Sudhir Shah, Oli Williams and Niccola from UCL Centre for Co-production share their thoughts on the first Dissecting Health Research session Back in May the Centre for Co-production shared an upcoming opportunity to work with Oli Williams, a researcher funded by THIS Institute to conduct a […]

Space Wars: Exclusion from Research

Rory13 July 2020

Rory from the UCL Centre for Co-production shares her thoughts about exclusion from research and chats to Sudhir Shah, a person with lived experience who has been involved in both co-production and patient public involvement in research work, and researcher from National Institute of Health Research (NIHR) Applied Research Collaboration (ARC) Northwest London, Meerat Kaur, […]

Reflections and recommendations on co-producing with young people with past mental health difficulties

Niccola9 July 2020

UCL Centre for Co-production co-producers Lindsay Dewa and Anna Lawrence-Jones share their recently launched co-produced research paper and tell us about how the team worked together and all the things that they learnt. 

Co-creating our strategy: get involved!

Lizzie22 June 2020

As a community, we’ve been co-producing the development of the UCL Centre for Co-production in Health Research since 2017. Most of this has been through our co-creation sessions, but we’re now ready to try some different methods alongside these, starting with the process of co-creating our strategy. Whether you’re brand new to co-production, have been […]

Learning from our virtual co-creation: accessibility and adaptability

Rory21 June 2020

This blog was written by Scott, one of our co-producers, and Rory, the project co-ordinator for the Centre. We share the learning from the two ‘Co-creating Our Strategy’ virtual sessions held in early June 2020. 

It’s not enough to say black lives matter. Time for academia to show it!

Niccola21 June 2020

Cristina & Niccola from UCL Centre for Co-production have had numerous conversations over the past few weeks about the #BlackLivesMatter movement, about the need for the Centre to reflect and academia to change its behaviours and how we can all help make this happen.

Reflections from the Recovery College on online co-production during COVID-19

Rory20 June 2020

This blog was written by Ana and Ksenija from the Recovery College, an organisation aiming to break down barriers and reduce the stigma of mental health by emphasising hope, control and opportunity to all members of the Camden and Islington community through their free courses.

Bringing in the big bucks: do we need to play the system to break the system?

Niccola11 June 2020

This blog comes from Laura Crane – UCL Centre for Co-production Allies Group member, Centre co-producer and someone who plays a key part in the UCL Centre for Research in Autism and Education. Thank you Laura! I love my job, and one of the things I love the most is being part of the development […]