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Research – mental health

Co-production in mental health: not just another guide (2018) This guide shares learning about: where and how things are working well features of different models of co-production how co-production contributes to delivering better experiences and outcomes for people with mental health conditions others’ views of hurdles and how to overcome them. We took a three pronged approach to gather information for the guide. We conducted a review of the existing co-production knowledge base, including theory, […]

Co-production of research

Towards co-production in research with communities 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/ Nature: co-production of research A series of articles from a special issue of Nature From people with HIV selecting which trials get funded to smallholder farmers guiding weather monitoring, the people affected by research are increasingly getting involved in it. They are shaping how projects are conceived, supported, done, reviewed, […]

Walk links people & nature

“The NeturalWalk is as simple as its name suggests. A walk through the little-known territory of Basilicata to re-generate links between the people and nature, while discovering innovative opportunities “per la strada” (on the street). It was born under the banner of ‘Exploring Basilicata’, another project of Casa Netural, to discover social innovation opportunities and success stories of the southern Italian region. The experience of the walk is different from any “hiking” experience, as it’s a […]