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Documented case studies from Wales and the UK

Co-production Catalogue from Wales (Seeing is Believing)

In 2015, Ruth Dineen (Co-production Wales) and Public Health Wales put together the Seeing is Believing Catalogue of co-production case studies from Wales. It is hosted on the Good Practice Wales website. This report is organised into: The case for co-production Co-production in practice: case studies from across Wales Audit Tools and practical guidance Networks and related websites You can download the full report or specific sections of interest here. The related Seeing is Believing workbook […]

Buurtzorg: revolutionising home care in the Netherlands

Home care in the Netherlands is provided to the chronically ill, people with dementia, and individuals in need of end-of-life care following their discharge from hospital. It encompasses medical treatment and nursing services, such as dressing wounds and giving injections, as well as personal care such as help with taking a shower or guidance on coping with daily activities. Thus, home care is one of the most personal forms of healthcare. Buurtzorg was founded as […]

Measuring the Mountain: What really matters in social care to individuals in Wales?

Measuring the Mountain is an initiative funded by Welsh Government. Report of a Citizens’ Jury The Citizens’ Jury took place between 24th and 27th September 2018. The report was drafted by Katie Cooke, Measuring the Mountain Project Manager and Rachel Iredale, Reader in Public Engagement at the University of South Wales, on behalf of the Jury and has been approved by all the Jurors. This report was finalised in January 2019 and published by the […]

100 stories of co-production: Scottish Co-production Network

Short films to help you spread the word about co-production “You can use any of these short films wherever & whenever you want, as tools to help you get the message across about what co-production means. “The films take you inside different co-production experiences in Scotland. The aim is to: inspire provoke conversation and discussion show ‘warts and all’ of co-production If you or your team are facing challenges, you’re not alone. Grit is an […]

Case study: Lambeth Living Well Network

Can you implement changes to create a truly personalised experience for people with severe and enduring mental illness and at the same time have a 20% reduction in costs? Can you make a fourfold increase in the number of people getting early support for common problems of mental health with a modest injection of extra money? Can you reduce demand by removing eligibility criteria? The London Borough of Lambeth has shown how. The Council and Clinical Commissioning Group […]

Case studies from Vanguard

There are a number of articles and case studies online from The Vanguard Periodical. The people centred services section is particularly relevant for us and worth checking out, but there’s also digital and financial services. A fun one is about shared milk as a litmus test for how well services are integrated! Visit Vanguard for more.

Case studies on the Ideas Hub

The Ideas Hub is an online platform for collecting and sharing the stories of those who are already using collaborative, asset based and community approaches in their work on the front line. Case studies are published in the following categories – follow the links for more! Asset based Blog Case study Children and young people Co-production Collaboration Commissioning Community engagement Community resilience Education Idea of the Month Interview Place based health Report Social action Video Well being

How we make a difference together

From the Co-production Scotland Network: Published in 2015, ‘Co-production – how we make a difference together’ is a suite of resources – videos, case studies and information to help spread understanding of co-production. It gives examples of the different ways in which co-production approaches can be used, but more than this, it draws together the principles of co-production and the practicalities of working in this way. This resource has been developed by the Scottish Co-production Network, the Joint […]

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