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Lee Gregory
  • Cardiff, Wales
  • United Kingdom
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Improving health through participation: time banks as a site for co-produciton

My thesis is now available online for those brave enough to try and read it (it is pretty lengthy). There will be shorter dissemination pieces in the near future which people may wish to wait and…Continue

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Sep 20, 2013
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Improving health through participation: time banks as a site for co-produciton

My thesis is now available online for those brave enough to try and read it (it is pretty lengthy). There will be shorter dissemination pieces in the near future which people may wish to wait and read (just need to write them).You can find the thesis in Pdf form here:  http://orca.cf.ac.uk/46310/LeeSee More
Apr 17, 2013
Lee Gregory replied to Wendy Hardyman's discussion Patient engagement in healthcare improvement in Wales in the group Wales Co-production group
"I have not seen this one but I have drawn on previous work by Osbourne to explore the potential use of time banking to achieve co-production in health care services. I find the work useful but not sure I agree with the whole managerial thrust of his…"
Mar 13, 2013
Lee Gregory joined Joe Penny's group
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Coproduction in Young People's Services

This group is for anyone and everyone who has an interest in how coproduction can transform young people's services.At nef we have been doing a lot of work over the past 18 months in Lambeth, Cornwall and Islington on how coproduction can be embedded in outcomes based commissioning frameworks. This has involved a lot of work with young people and the providers of services for young people.We are looking to share some of our learning and to learn from the practitioners here too!See More
Mar 13, 2013
Lee Gregory replied to Wendy Hardyman's discussion Patient engagement in healthcare improvement in Wales in the group Wales Co-production group
"Hi Wendy, A few references I can offer: Dunston, R., Lee, A., Boud, D., Brodie, P. & Chiarella, M. (2009) Co-Production and health System Reform - From Re-Imagining to Re-Making; The Australian Journal of Public Administration, 68…"
Mar 13, 2013
Ruth Dineen left a comment for Lee Gregory
"Hi Lee Great! ruth@coproductiontraining.com And Nick Johns from Cardiff Uni has just offered to set up a co-pro academic network. I've forwarded him your name (but I think I only have your CU email address?) - hope that's ok. Exciting…"
Nov 2, 2012
Ruth Dineen left a comment for Lee Gregory
"Hi Lee Just enjoyed your Time-banking article in Contemporary Wales - really interesting stuff, especially the issue about political or technical goals. Is it likely to be available electronically soon? There are several people I'd like to pass…"
Nov 1, 2012
Lee Gregory joined Sam Froud-Powell's group
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Wales Co-production group

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Jun 13, 2011
Lee Gregory is now a member of Co-production practitioners network
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Organisation
University of Birmingham - Institute of Applied Social Studies
Sector
Higher Education
Background to your work
Lee submitted his PhD at Cardiff University in September 2012. The title of the thesis was Improving health and social care delivery through participation: time banks as a site for co-production. Key findings focused around the role of time banking in tackling depression and social isolation in community settings, the use of time banking to develop co-production within the public sector and the theoretical similarities and distinctiveness between time banking and the “Big Society”. During which he also became an Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.

Between September 2012 – September 2013 Lee was a Lecturer in Social Policy at the School for Policy Studies, University of Bristol.

Prior to submitting his PhD, Lee worked on a research project exploring he development of the Credit Union movement in Wales, linking an interest in asset-based welfare with his interest in community, poverty and alternative forms of welfare provision. He has also spent time working in the Welsh Assembly Government and in Community Development work.

Personal website: ljgregory.wordpress.com

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At 5:42 on November 3, 2012, pauline atta said…

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At 12:04 on November 2, 2012, Ruth Dineen said…

Hi Lee

Great! ruth@coproductiontraining.com

And Nick Johns from Cardiff Uni has just offered to set up a co-pro academic network. I've forwarded him your name (but I think I only have your CU email address?) - hope that's ok. Exciting times!

R

At 22:07 on November 1, 2012, Ruth Dineen said…

Hi Lee

Just enjoyed your Time-banking article in Contemporary Wales - really interesting stuff, especially the issue about political or technical goals. Is it likely to be available electronically soon? There are several people I'd like to pass it on to. And you might want to link up with Katie Collins from UWE who has just joined the Wales group. She has just published a great paper on power and participation. You two would make a brilliant radical team! We could really do with a co-pro academic network to get these debates going - might just put out a call to All in this Together members and see who turns up. Would you be interested?

Cheers

R

 
 
 

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