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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 involved

  • Clare 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 case study of the INSIGHT for Carers organisation presented by Lorna Reid and Marc Carter (click to view);

  • discussing how to make a business case for public service co-production following a presentation from Catherine Needham of the University of London (click to view).

Click here to read the minutes of the event. A big thanks must go to Keith Morris for taking such excellent minutes.

The Personalisation Group to Integrate Social Care, Health & Well-Being was also recommended as a source of best practice and forward thinking on co-production, joined up public services, and personalisation.

Here is a short video with Clare Wightman (Grapevine), Lorna Reid (Community Catalysts), and Marc Carter (INSIGHT for Carers).

The network also wishes to invite anyone interested in learning about public service co-production. We hope to see you at the next meeting that is scheduled for the 26th of April in Birmingham!

If you are interested in joining the network, please email:

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