An in depth paper provided by The Public Policy Institute for Wales, looking at how to change the structure of the health service by examining three programmes own successes in that arena. https://www.wcpp.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/180606-PPIW-Health-and-Behaviour-Change.pdf
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/
A short piece providing examples of Co-Production in a variety of settings and examining the emerging themes from the cases examined.
Here’s a bit of a reading list for co-production and more in health and social care: The 1000 lives guide has been produced to enable healthcare organisations and their teams to successfully implement a series of interventions to improve the safety and quality of care that their patients receive. It is recommended this guide is read in conjunction with the following: ■ How to Improve – The guide for reliable and sustained improvement ■ The 1000 Lives Improvement […]
Wales will soon have its own co-produced version of the free 111 phone-line service. The project will build on the strengths of current NHS Direct Wales and Out-of-Hours services, combining them in one single service. The new service will be accessible on a multi-channel basis, with initial access focussed on telephone based contact. It will deliver general health information and advice, including details of available local services and provide symptomatic callers with telephone clinical assessment […]