PUTTING PEOPLE AT THE HEART OF COMMUNITY CARE The PERCCI (pronounced ‘Percy’) allows care providers and the people they support to understand the quality of care and how it is being experienced. It is based on rigorous University research and evidence, and evaluates three established principles of person-centred care: understanding the person involving people in decisions about their care building […]
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 […]
Evaluation support Scotland
Evaluation Support Scotland Evaluation Support Scotland (ESS) works with third sector organisations and funders so that they can measure and report on their impact. Our aim is to make evaluation valuable, relevant and proportionate. Our website gives access to evaluation tools and support. We explain our work with funders to make reporting more useful. And we share […]
Co-production and public service reform
Seminar: Co-production and public service reform 2017 This ‘What Works Scotland’ seminar looked at the role of co-production, its role in reforming public services and how co-production can best be used to help develop sustainable and effective public services. It was held as part of Co-production Week Scotland 2017. Presentations included: Removing Obstacles to User […]
Do the costs outweigh the benefits for health research?
The dark side of coproduction: do the costs outweigh the benefits for health research? (Oliver, K., Kothari, A., & Mays, N., 2019) “Coproduction is an exciting approach to research that can generate truly novel, unexpected outputs. However, it takes investment, skills, time and courtesy. Engaging stakeholders should be done for the right reasons and in […]
Coutts, P. & Brotchie, J., 2017. The Scottish approach to evidence.
The Carnegie Trust “As public services face increasing challenges in the face of economic, social and demographic pressures how do we improve lives effectively? Evidence informed policy and practice will be key. Stimulated by debates at a roundtable discussion with senior stakeholders from academia, the third sector and government this paper examines the particular public […]
The many shades of co-produced evidence, Pippa Coutts (Carnegie UK)
“Co-production of evidence is a process by which evidence is generated by the equal and reciprocal participation in research activities by academic and other partners. This briefing paper teases out the challenges and opportunities around co-producing evidence appropriate to participatory social policy and practice, and increasing people’s control within communities and services.” The Carnegie Trust’s Evidence […]
InterAction: How can academics and the third sector work together to influence policy and practice
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 […]
Stories and numbers: Collecting the right impact data
Choosing the correct impact data to collect can often be a confusing hurdle for charities faced with the constraints of limited resources. In September 2015 we hosted an event to try and demystify this topic, and to help attendees understand the best to approach impact data collection. This short briefing summarises advice from the speakers on the […]
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.