Our purpose Our ambition is for Wales to be a global leader in researching co-production and co-producing research. We are helping Wales achieve this by connecting people, sharing ideas, posing critical questions and developing projects. Who we are Holi is an evolving group of diverse people from across Wales with an interest in researching co-production, and co-producing research. We come from various professional backgrounds: local councils, charities, universities, public services, campaigning groups and organisations working […]
Category: 04. Research
Research on co-production and co-produced research
An examination of the ideas of Public/Private value and how they are intrinsically linked to co-production. https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/14719037.2015.1111659?journalCode=rpxm20 PLEASE NOTE – the above link is for the abstract of the article. The full piece can be purchased from a number of online sources.
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.
In this report Carnegie Fellow Professor Mark Shucksmith argues that to make an impact on social policy universities must work more closely with civil society. The report: explores the different approaches of both sectors to knowledge and evidence; investigates the obstacles and challenges to collaboration; highlights examples of successful interactions; and makes a series of recommendations to those in the third sector, academia and the research funding councils as to how more positive collaboration can […]
This review takes a cross-cutting perspective, aiming to advance the theory and practice of coproduction in research with communities. https://connected-communities.org/index.php/project_resources/towards-co-production-in-research-with-communities/
A Public Administration Review article presenting a continuum of possible coproduction arrangements between scholars and practitioners and suggests that greater engagement is necessary to bridge the commonly cited problems that create the gap between research and practice. https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1111/puar.12481
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.
A Rapid Evidence Assessment seeking to arrive at an updated synthesis of the co-creation and co-production evidence base in the United Kingdom. https://www.mmuperu.co.uk/publications/co-creation-and-co-production-in-the-united-kingdom-a-rapid-evidence-assess
Coproduction and health: Public and clinicians’ perceptions of the barriers and facilitators (journal article)
A study examining clinician and public perceptions of coproduction within the context of the Prudent Healthcare initiative. http://orca.cf.ac.uk/116069/
Some of the work and research done by NIHR Involve, a national advisory group which is part of, and funded by, the NIHR. It supports active public involvement in NHS, public health and social care research. They develop capacity and capability for public involvement in research providing advice and a range of resources to support researchers and the public involved in research. https://www.invo.org.uk/posttypepublication/national-standards-for-public-involvement/ Plus work specific to Wales: https://www.invo.org.uk/communities/invodirect-org/involving-people-national-institute-for-social-care-and-health-research-clinical-research-centre-nischr-crc/ And their evidence library: https://www.invo.org.uk/resource-centre/libraries/evidence-library/
Co-production for feasibility and pilot RCT’s: learning outcomes for community partners, service users and the research team.
An exploration of evaluating co-production using Randomised Controlled Trials – RCT. https://researchinvolvement.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s40900-018-0116-0