"A belated hello and welcome to the co-production practitioners network Trevor, thanks for joining us!
The practitioners network is supported by nef but all content is developed by members, for members. Do have a good look…"
Jul 3, 2012
Trevor Adams is now a member of Co-production practitioners network
A belated hello and welcome to the co-production practitioners network Trevor, thanks for joining us!
The practitioners network is supported by nef but all content is developed by members, for members. Do have a good look around and get involved.
Some of the following areas are good starting points;
Network groups – based loosely around geographical regions or interest themes, they also host face to face meetings. There is a strong London group, which you may wish to join as I don't think there is yet one covering the southeast.
Resources and Videos will give you access to the latest documents supporting co-production and bring you face to face with those putting it into practice. Please do add links to your work and share materials to inform others and increase the knowledge base.
The Blog carries the latest news, debate and opportunities for co-production practitioners. It would be great to hear about the work you are undertaking, perhaps you would blog about it? The network has membership from commissioners, policy makers as well as practitioners, frontline and obviously most importantly people who use services.
nef is currently working on topics raised by network members: gathering the evidence base for co-production; developing practical approaches to commission co-production; delivering presentations and workshops for people who are interested in co-production. Get in touch if you want to know more or contribute.
It would really help to know how you heard about the network and what motivated you to join. Please let me know at email@example.com that way we can make sure we’re reaching as many co-production practitioners as possible. Also, please share the details of the network with colleagues or contacts you think would be interested.