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Research – wellbeing and physical activity

Co-research: Barriers and facilitators to workplace physical activity and sedentary behaviour. Co-creating interventions to address workplace physical activity and sedentary behaviour. (current) This study will work with employees from a variety of organisations and across multiple levels of the organisational hierarchy to ascertain what the key barriers and facilitators of physical activity and sedentary behaviour are within the workplace. This information will give us a better insight into the most impactful areas which researchers and […]

Research – art and creative practice

See also Compassionate, Creative, Co-productive Community Hubs: pilot project  in research – communities     Creative Practitioners in Schools: Pembrokeshire School, Lord of the Flies (2016) This Lottery-funded action-research project was undertaken with a class of GCSE Set D pupils in Pembrokeshire. After a classroom-based discussion of personal barriers to learning, pupils were taken out of the classroom to study their set text ‘Lord of the Flies’ in the local woods. Through immersive experiences which related […]

Research – integrated health and social care

Keeping it Personal (January – December 2014) Keeping it Personal (KiP) is part of the People Powered Health & Wellbeing programme. Through the project we sought to understand how health and social care partnerships can support more person-centred and integrated practice when working in a way that focuses on people first. The KiP project was managed by Iriss. Over a 12-month period KiP brought together health and social care practitioners, people who access services and […]

OGP’s Participation and Co-creation Toolkit: from usual suspects to business as usual

The Open Government Partnership aims to bring citizens and government closer in policy-making, so have provided a lot of learnings on how to create opportunities for dialogue and participation since 2011. Their toolkit captures a multitude of these good practices and presents them to encourage further adoption and innovation and help government reformers and civil society partners alike in improving the quality and output of co-creation processes across OGP. Access the toolkit here. 

Co-creation: ‘What works here doesn’t work there’ (Wildman, J.M. et al., 2019)

The significance of local context for a sustainable and replicable asset‐based community intervention aimed at promoting social interaction in later life Wildman, J.M., Valtorta, N., Moffatt, S. and Hanratty, B. (2019)   What is known about this topic: Asset‐based community approaches are increasingly being used to improve health and well‐being. Asset‐based programmes harness resources within communities with the aim of tackling locally rooted problems. Mapping local resources is the first stage in the development of […]

Research – co-creation in science

SISCODE: Co-design for Society in Innovation and Science (2018 – 2021) SISCODE is an EU-funded project aimed at stimulating the use of co-creation methodologies in policy design. Bottom-up design driven approaches will be used to develop responsible research, innovation and policies. The project consortium will run European-wide research to understand the dynamics within these co-creation environments as well as the outcomes we can obtain from such approaches. Ten co-creation labs spread around Europe will work […]

Health (General)

Here’s a bit of a reading list for co-production and more in health and social care: The 1000 lives guide has been produced to enable healthcare organisations and their teams to successfully implement a series of interventions to improve the safety and quality of care that their patients receive. It is recommended this guide is read in conjunction with the following: ■ How to Improve – The guide for reliable and sustained improvement ■ The 1000 Lives Improvement […]