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Co-producing Health

A forum for discussing how to most effectively bring together health professionals with service users to develop and deliver services connected to emerging NHS structures.  By health professionals I include ; health accademics and community health professionals as well as GP's and other NHS staff. 

I would also like this group to link discussion to how to effectively link evaluation and impact assessment to the development and delivery of co-produced services. 

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Latest Activity: Sep 15

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Co-Design for Health Governance and High Level Officer Strategy

Hi Everyone,I've read a lot on coproduction and codesign at the implementation level, but, reading the 2009 Cabinet Office Discussion Paper on Coproduction, I sense nervousness about coproduction or…Continue

Started by Nick Leggett Sep 15.

Patient engagement in healthcare improvement 2 Replies

Hi everyone. I am a first year PhD student interested in patient engagement in healthcare improvement. I am new to the literature on co-production and wondered if anyone  was aware of frameworks,…Continue

Started by Wendy Hardyman. Last reply by Wendy Hardyman Mar 18, 2013.

Representing Co-production at NICE 1 Reply

Hi all,Wondering if you have seen the below advertisement for public health guidance roles, and whether any of you have considered applying?It would be great to see co-production represented as an…Continue

Started by Sarah Lyall. Last reply by Deborah Sowerby Feb 11, 2013.

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Comment by Rachel B. Wickert on April 30, 2014 at 17:30

Hello there!

You might find our recent project interesting.

MetM was commissioned by Make it Happen Westminster Parents Participation Group of Parents and Carers of Children with Special Needs and Disabilities to enable them to design, plan and conduct two parent-led consultations on the Local Offer based on the co-production principles.

Read the full background and report here.

Despite MiH’s limited resources, we saw this project as a good opportunity to be commissioned directly by a group keen to be empowered to co-create the tools they wanted to advance their work on an ongoing basis.Therefore, MetM agreed to provide extras on a one-off pro-bono basis to show the group their potential.

We hope that MiH, with the driving forces of Ms Annalisa Saba, Ms Nicola Carlile  and Dr. Yusra Esper, will be given more opportunities to capture a fuller picture of their collective journey thanks to the Service User Journey Map they co-created with us.

I would love to hear what you think!

All the best,

Rachel

Comment by Tim Woolliscroft on October 5, 2012 at 11:37

Do you know where I can access a copy ?

Comment by Dawn Davies on October 4, 2012 at 20:55

I first came across Health Impact Assessment's through Eva Elliott of Cardiff Uni some years ago when there was a new housing development proposed in Llangeinor. 

 

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