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8 Simple (recommended) Rules for running online training.

Briony Fleming28 April 2020

This blog has been written by Ben Littlefield (Public Engagement Manager – BEAMS). The UCL Engagement Team is dedicated to supporting people across UCL to get involved in effective, mutually beneficial, public engagement. One of the primary ways we do this is through training and skill development. COVID-19 and social distancing hit right in the […]

Keep calm and co-produce: we’re going virtual!

Niccola17 April 2020

So… times have changed a little haven’t they? We are still here though, and very much still working on co-producing the Centre. We hope that getting involved in co-production activities will provide you with a welcome distraction from the day to day. On the other hand, we totally understand if getting involved at the moment […]

Pop along and check out Pilot Project Hearing Birdsong in Dalston!

Niccola2 March 2020

For World Hearing Day, one of our Centre Pilot Projects Hearing Birdsong, will be holding its sound installation of British songbird in two locations in Dalston, North London. 12-6.30pm on 2nd-3rd March at Dalston Eastern Curve Garden, 13 Dalston Lane, Dalston, London E8 3DF 11-6pm on 6-7th March at Kingsland Shopping Centre, Kingsland High St, […]

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 […]

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

Briony Fleming13 December 2019

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). The UCL Engagement team are freshly returned from Bristol and the National Coordinating Centre for Public Engagement’s (NCCPE) yearly conference; Engage 2019. This year academics, public engagement professionals, communicators and […]

A summer of innovation, creativity and learning: engaging with east London schools

e.edem-jordjie4 September 2019

This blog has been written by Edinam Edem-Jordjie, a STEP Intern with the UCL East Community Engagement Team. We have had a very busy summer at UCL Culture. As part of our commitment to establishing a positive community in east London with which to work with long-term in advance of the opening of the UCL […]

What is a Co-creation Session Like?

rejbsan4 September 2019

This blog has been written by Centre Co-producers Lizzie Cain and Susan Anderson to share more about what co-creation sessions are like with the UCL Centre for Co-production in Health Research. We’ve been developing the Centre during what we call our co-creation sessions for a while now, in fact since late 2017, and we would […]

What’s New in Co-production? September 2019

rejbsan4 September 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. One of the best parts of each day at the UCL Centre for Co-production is learning more about co-production from the resources so many of you share! Each month, […]

Co-producers Sarah, Clement, and Annegret – our thoughts on the UCL Centre for Co-production

rejbsan8 August 2019

We’ve had the privilege of getting to know so many great people through the UCL Centre for Co-production in Health Research, from the start back in 2017, to our most recent co-creation session. We really enjoy working together, sharing ideas about the Centre and collectively deciding upon the way forward. So… this community-building buzz is […]

Tales from the Memory Safe

e.edem-jordjie16 July 2019

This blog has been written by Edinam Edem-Jordjie, a STEP Intern with the UCL East Community Engagement Team. ‘Step into your new home, packed with objects that were rather recently, someone else’s entirely. What did they leave for you? What story will it tell? What will you leave for them? And will you leave it […]