A network for co-production practitioners
Time: July 17, 2012 from 10am to 1pm
Location: Stockport Town Hall
Street: Edward Street,
Website or Map: http://www.stockporttownhall.…
Event Type: discussion, debate, and, learning, event
Organized By: Frankie Hine-Hughes
Latest Activity: Jul 11, 2012
Join an exciting debate with leading thinkers and practitioners from the North-West on the
transformation of health and social care in the UK.
The discussion will provide a state-of-the-art overview of new forms of co-production with service users and communities in health and social care and the role of user and community coproduction in improving and safeguarding services.
Key issues covered by the discussion will include:
Why we must co-produce health and social care services;
How public services and citizens can collaborate to co-produce better public services and outcomes;
The extent to which co-production can bring improved outcomes and efficiency savings;
How barriers to co-production can be overcome;
The impacts of recent reforms to health and social care and what they mean for public involvement in services;
The discussion will be led by Terry Dafter, Director Adult Care Services.
Who is on the panel?
David Morris, Professor of Mental Health, Inclusion and Community, University of Central Lancashire.
David Taylor-Gooby, Lay Member of the Durham Dales, Easington, and Sedgefield Commissioning Group.
Elke Loeffler, Chief Executive, Governance International.
Helen Allen, Operations Manager, Community Catalysts.
Jude Wells, Service Manager, Personalisation, Adult Social Care, Stockport Council
The discussion will be followed by a buffet lunch and opportunity for networking.
Please confirm your attendance to Yvonne.firstname.lastname@example.org
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