1. Co-production: the definition Co-production is an asset-based approach to public services that enables people providing and people receiving services to share power and responsibility, and to work together in equal, reciprocal and caring relationships. It creates opportunities for people to access support when they need it, and to contribute to social change. 2. Co-production is underpinned by 5 principles: 1. Value all participants, and build on their strengths. 2. Develop networks of mutual support. 3. Do what […]
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An Ambiguous Concept: On the Meanings of Co-Production for Health Care Users and User Organizations? Ewert, B. and Evers, A. (2014) “If co-production is rooted in and initiated by civil society actors, promotes community-based knowledge on health and healthcare practices and gives co-producers sufﬁcient entrepreneurial space, the much praised term may be something more substantial than simply being another buzzword in the realm of welfare production.” https://www.researchgate.net/publication/257672641_An_Ambiguous_Concept_On_the_Meanings_of_Co-Production_for_Health_Care_Users_and_User_Organizations
An introduction to Co-Production, it’s history, future and the challenge of implementation in today’s society. https://neweconomics.org/uploads/files/5abec531b2a775dc8d_qjm6bqzpt.pdf
A piece by NESTA & Nef, reviewing what co-production is, how it is currently being used in Social Policy and presenting possible applications and ways forward in the future. https://media.nesta.org.uk/documents/right_here_right_now.pdf
Melika Powell is a Research and Development Officer for Research in Practice for Adults. She writes about what co-production is, when participation becomes co-production, and working with carers: “Involving people in the design, delivery and ongoing development of services is important on an ethical and emotional level, as it can support those involved to develop their skills and promote their wellbeing. In addition it can improve services and has also been shown to contribute towards efficiencies […]
These illustrations of the definition and 5 principles of co-production have been created specially for the Co-production Network for Wales by Laura Sorvala or auralab. They are released under a Creative Commons – Attribution – Non-commercial – No-derivatives 4.0 International license (CC BY-NC-ND 4.0). That means you can use and share these illustrations as long as you give appropriate credit, don’t use them for commercial purposes, and do not modify them. Please link back to copronet.wales. […]
(Gan Noreen:) Dyma’r diagramau byddaf yn eu defnyddio wrth roi cyflwyniadau a gweithdai am gyd-gynhyrchu, rhag ofn y byddant yn ddefnyddiol iti hefyd! Os nad yw’r bobl sy’n darparu gwasanaethau a’r bobl sy’n eu defnyddio o gwmpas y bwrdd, nid cyd-gynhyrchu yw hynny. (Yn enwedig pan fydd gweithwyr proffesiynol sy’n cydweithio ar draws sefydliadau, nid cyd-gynhyrchu yw os nad yw dinasyddion yn cyfrannu hefyd. Cydweithredu yw hynny, sy’n rhan bwysig o’r holl ddull o weithio […]
This is a two-sided A4 information sheet that helps to clarify: on one side, co-production: what it looks like, what it’s for, and how it works on the other side, what real co-production *isn’t* Handy to keep checking in whether you’re on the right track; but also for having conversations in which you need to debunk some preconceptions about co-pro… Click on the link below to open the pdf in a new tab: CoproNetWales A4 info sheet […]
1. We made these! 2. We also curate a playlist on YouTube: Here is our YouTube playlist of co-production videos (by us and mostly by other people). We particularly like this one: And here are all the rest:. 3. If you’re curious, check out all the videos we hoard on our YouTube channel… Link to our YouTube channel.
Co-production: What it means, on the Social Care Institute for Excellence (SCIE) blog, in easy read version. http://www.scie.org.uk/news/opinion/co-production-what-it-means.asp
Think Local Act Personal (TLAP)’s National Co-production Advisory Group (NCAG) members are an integral part to the work of TLAP. Members are equal partners in steering group meetings, support the production of publications, take part in research and attend national events promoting the role of co-production in establishing good person-centred care and community based support. Their Top Ten Tips for Co-production, written by Sally Percival (chair of NCAG) and other members, has been one of […]