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Paul Corrigan: How co-producing health can add the extra value needed to help save the NHS

Paul Corrigan, Management Consultant and Executive Coach, talks about 'How co-producing health can add the extra value needed to save the NHS' and the lesson...
Nov 23, 2012
Frankie Hine-Hughes posted a blog post

New Co-production interviews

Just wanted to let everyone know about a number of co-production videos we've recently produced. They include: Jude Wells on Stockport Council's co-design of its Adult Social Care Website (click here)Helen Allen on how Community Catalysts help enterprising people co-produce local solutions (click…See More
Aug 31, 2012
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Co-production discussion at Stockport Town Hall - Thursday 17 July 10am to 1pm at Stockport Town Hall

July 17, 2012 from 10am to 1pm
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…See More
Jul 11, 2012
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Jun 29, 2012
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Co-production discussion at Stockport Town Hall - Thursday 17 July 10am to 1pm at Stockport Town Hall

July 17, 2012 from 10am to 1pm
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…See More
Jun 29, 2012
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Event: FROM MASS PRODUCTION TO CO-PRODUCTION: THE FUTURE OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT AND THE NHS?

Tuesday, 26 June, 5-7 PM, Durham Town Hall (Lantern Room) (click here for a map) Join an exciting debate with leading thinkers, officers and councillors from Durham 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 collaboration with service users and communities in health and social care and the role of…See More
Jun 18, 2012
Frankie Hine-Hughes posted a blog post

Video from the West Midlands Network meeting

Hey everyone,I just wanted to let you know that the West Midlands Network met last Thursday (the 26th April). At the EC Arts 48Sheet Project Space in the Mailbox, Birmingham - massive thanks to EC Arts for hosting it.The meeting was vibrant and informative with a bit of fun thrown in. The meeting included the following:a presentation from Claire Farrell from EC Arts about their public art project 48Sheet that has put artists' work on over 100 billboards across the city, and how they have…See More
Apr 30, 2012
Frankie Hine-Hughes posted a blog post

Event Reminder - Midlands Co-production Practitioners Network Meeting: 'Creative ways of co-producing better outcomes'

Dear all,The WM Co-production Practitioners' Network meeting is fast approaching. It will take place next thursday (26th April), between 9:00am and 13:00pm.The meeting will take place at the EC Arts 48 Sheet project space based on the ground floor of the Mailbox, Birmingham. (Click here for map and directions).The title of the event is 'Creative ways of co-producting better outcomes', and the meeting will…See More
Apr 18, 2012
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Apr 18, 2012
Frankie Hine-Hughes commented on Michael Turner's blog post Co-production at SCIE
"Hey Michael, Great to hear about the increasing co-production ethos at SCIE - will be keeping an eye out to see the progress you are making.  I thought that you might find this link useful to several case studies in Social care…"
Apr 18, 2012
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Midlands Co-production Practitioners Network Meeting: 'Creative ways of co-producing better outcomes'

Thursday 26th April 2012, 9:30am to 13:00pm. Mailbox, BirminghamThe Midlands Co-production Practitioners' Network will hold its next meeting at the EC Arts 48 Sheet project space based on the ground floor of the Mailbox, Birmingham. (Click here for map and directions).The meeting will involve:A presentation by EC Arts on their …See More
Mar 8, 2012
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Business Case for Co-production: Midlands Co-production Practitioners' Network Meeting

The Midlands Co-production Practitioners' Network held its most recent meeting in Coventry, which was hosted by Grapevine. The meeting involvedClare Wightman showcasing the co-production approach of Grapevine (click to view);learning how Community Catalysts support the transformation of public services in social care with a…See More
Jan 30, 2012
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Calling All Co-producers!!! West Midlands Co-production Practitioners Meeting 12 October

The West Midlands Co-production Practitioners Network the next meeting will take place on the 12th October at the Bridging The Gap Community Centre in West Bromwich (Click Here for map).The meeting will allow you to:learn about the best practice case study of Time 2 Trade Sandwell Timebank, and how the public health authorities and citizens are able to co-produce improved outcomes in a cost effective way.find out about NESTA's …See More
Sep 14, 2011
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Workshop on How to Make Co-production Really Work in adult social services - September 22

If you working in adult social services and facing cuts you may want to consider multiplying your resources by getting your service users to provide services for each other. The charity Mosaic Clubhouse in the London Borough of Lambeth co-produces everything it does with its members, although all of them have experienced mental health problems. It uses a unique approach to develop a strong community among people who had never previously met each other - indeed, when you visit the …See More
Aug 20, 2011
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One Day Workshop on How to Make Co-production Really Work - in adult social services at London

September 22, 2011 from 9:30am to 4pm
If you working in adult social services and facing cuts you may want to consider multiplying your resources by getting your service users to provide services for each other. The charity Mosaic Clubhouse in the London Borough of Lambeth co-produces everything it does with its members, although all of them have experienced mental health problems. It uses a unique approach to develop a strong community among people who had never previously met each other - indeed, when you visit the …See More
Aug 19, 2011
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Solihull's Environment Champions working with the council to transform their neighbourhoods

In 2007 Solihull Council created the Environment Champions scheme to tackle the community's problem with littering vandalism and other environmental crimes in a context of fiscal austerity. The project sought to instigate greater community involvement and ownership over these issues, and improve partnerships between the public, private and voluntary groups in Solihull.The project has recruited over 270 'champions' and completed over 100 projects - increasing social cohesion and social capital -…See More
Apr 19, 2011

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New Co-production interviews

Just wanted to let everyone know about a number of co-production videos we've recently produced. They include:

 

  1. Jude Wells on Stockport Council's co-design of its Adult Social Care Website (click here)
  2. Helen Allen on how Community Catalysts help enterprising people co-produce local solutions (…
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Posted on August 31, 2012 at 15:00

Event: FROM MASS PRODUCTION TO CO-PRODUCTION: THE FUTURE OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT AND THE NHS?

Tuesday, 26 June, 5-7 PM, Durham Town Hall (Lantern Room) (click here for a map)

 

Join an exciting debate with leading thinkers, officers and councillors from Durham on the transformation of health and social care in the UK.

 

The discussion will provide a state-of-the-art…

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Posted on June 18, 2012 at 16:43

Video from the West Midlands Network meeting

Hey everyone,

I just wanted to let you know that the West Midlands Network met last Thursday (the 26th April). At the EC Arts 48Sheet Project Space in the Mailbox, Birmingham - massive thanks to EC Arts for hosting it.

The meeting was vibrant and informative with a bit of fun thrown in. 

The meeting included the following:

  • a presentation from Claire Farrell from EC Arts about their public art project 48Sheet that has put artists' work…
Continue

Posted on April 30, 2012 at 10:00

Event Reminder - Midlands Co-production Practitioners Network Meeting: 'Creative ways of co-producing better outcomes'

Dear all,

The WM Co-production Practitioners' Network meeting is fast approaching. It will take place next thursday (26th April), between 9:00am and 13:00pm.

The meeting will take place at the EC Arts 48 Sheet project space based on the ground floor of the Mailbox, Birmingham. (Click here for map and…

Continue

Posted on April 18, 2012 at 12:14

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