Author: Andrew Fellows

Collective action and the sustainability of co-production.

A discussion of the factors pertaining to ensuring the sustainability of Co-Production from the users perspective.   https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/14719037.2013.841460   PLEASE NOTE – this link is to the abstract for the article. It can be purchased in full from a number of online retailers.

Revaluation: A participative approach to measuring and making change.

A summary of the new process of Revaluation making Evaluation an integral part of the provision of services. “Revaluation is best suited to contexts in which complexity is acknowledged, such that “what is going on?” is recognised as a good opening question. When subsequent questions relate to the value of that activity (eg “what is good?”, “what matters?”, or “what is the best thing…?”), then Revaluation can help bring actors together to achieve shared outcomes.” https://www.cecan.ac.uk/sites/default/files/2018-01/07%20-%20Revaluation%20%28online%29.pdf

Why people co-produce: Analysing citizens’ perceptions on co-planning engagement in health care services.

An analysis of citizen’s perceptions – using Q-Methodology – of co planning and the drivers behind participation in co production.   https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/14719037.2013.841458   PLEASE NOTE – The link is for the abstract of the research paper. The full paper can be purchased from multiple online retailers.

Organisational innovation and integrated care: Lessons from Buurtzorg.

An examination of how a devolved private care system creates a much more positive environment for those in its care.   https://www.researchgate.net/publication/266160131_Organizational_innovation_and_integrated_care_Lessons_from_Buurtzorg   PLEASE NOTE – this link provides an abstract of the relevant article. It is readily available to purchase from multiple outlets online.

Building a new social commons: The people, The commons and the public realm.

A paper that explores bringing co production to the center of public services moving forward, offering suggestions and posing questions regarding the changes required throughout society.   https://neweconomics.org/uploads/files/Building-a-New-Social-Commons-WEB-version.pdf

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