Created on Monday, 24 Jun 2019. Posted in Co-production
An update from Gary Hickey, NIHR INVOLVE: Our work on co-production continues to gain traction. We recently co-hosted, along with colleagues from the Centre for Public Engagement, Kingston University and St George’s, University of London and University College London Centre for Co-production in Health Research a successful event on ‘Co-producing Research: How do we share power?’ Next up is a Research Medical Society and BMJ co-sponsored event ‘Research co-production: What it is and how to do it’. This will be followed by a presentation at the Social Care Institute for Excellence event on ‘Sharing Power’ as part of National Co-production Week. Our work is also being referenced in publications on co-production, for example a recently released Carnegie Trust UK piece of work ‘The many shades of co-produced evidence’. Finally, please look out for an upcoming publication ‘Co-production in Action’. This will be the first in a series of three publications providing examples of co-produced research in practice.