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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
Evidencing Genuine Co-Production in the Third Sector (Lozano-Casal P., 2017)
Lozano-Casal, P., Tyler-Grieg, R. (2017). Evidencing Genuine Co-Production in the Third Sector. TSRF. http://www.evaluationsupportscotland.org.uk/media/uploads/tsrf/evidencing_successful_co-production_in_the_third_sector_-_final.pdf A review of Scottish Co-Production and how effective it is measured to be.
Co-production pilot (Toomebridge)
Community Development and Health Network (CDHN) and Antrim and Newtownabbey Borough Council together with people from the Toomebridge area have been involved in a socially innovative co-production project. Since October 2015 Antrim and Newtownabbey Borough Council through its Joint Working Arrangements Steering Group (JWA) with the Public Health Agency (PHA) and Northern Health and Social […]
The Good Life Group
Inspiration from Scotland – a group of adults with learning disabilities who work to improve the lives of people like them. They challenge attitudes and influence the planning of relevant policies through their membership of boards and committees that make decisions affecting their lives. They also provide training to organisations that deliver public services. The […]
Knowing me, knowing you
Here’s an interesting report – interesting not only for its contents but for the collaborative way in which it was compiled. Some lessons here perhaps for our Prudent Healthcare strategy – and its implementation. The report emphasises the importance of: building social capital, working with the third sector, communities co-creating and co-delivering services, harnessing community […]