Welcome to the network. I tend to do a quick hi to new members with a standard speil - below - that I then personalise depending on their profile/ interests. The aim is to encourage people to take an active role in the network from…"
Welcome to the network. I tend to do a quick hi to new members with a standard speil - below - that I then personalise depending on their profile/ interests. The aim is to encourage people to take an active role in the network from the very begining. It's hard to know how effective this is...............
Hello and welcome to the co-production practitioners network Satsuko, thanks for joining us!
The practitioners network is supported by nef but all content is developed by members, for members. There's over 720 of us now from a wide range of backgrounds. To make the most of this fantastic resource, and in the spirit of co-production, do give others the chance to get involved by asking them to help you or sharing your skills with others.
Some of the following areas are good starting points;
Network groups – join your regional group for face to face and online contacts close to home. There are other members in North America if you're looking for some local face to face contacts, maybe you could set up a new group on the networking page?
Resources and Videos bring co-production to life - add your own and view others.
The Blog carries the latest news, debate and opportunities for co-production practitioners. See what’s going on, add in your own comments or start a new thread. The paper by Christian Bason that you shared with me would be of interest to others I'm sure, plus links to your own blog.
It would really help to know how you heard about the network and what motivated you to join. Please let me know at firstname.lastname@example.org. Also, please share the details of the network with colleagues or contacts you think would be interested.