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Co-production at SCIE Michael Turner National Personalisation in Health and Care Conference
Two sides to co-production at SCIE 1. Co-production in our own work 2. Developing resources for the sector
Co-production strategy agreed in 2009 after independent review of participation policy and practice.
Key points of strategy – Charter for co-production Co-production Network – people who use services and carers who are part of SCIEs Work
Developing resources – About to publish: Co-production in social care: what it is and how to do it
There will be a full guide – which meets the requirements for NHS Evidence Accreditation And a summary guide – which will meet peoples need for something quick and easy
What it is – Definition Principles Policy context – including personalisation Economics – costs and benefits
How to do it – changes to Culture Structure Practice Review
Co-production films – Have we got co-production news for you What is co-production Co-production in action 7 films of practice examples in the guide
Key points – Definitions are key Access is essential
Equality and power relationships
Co-production - its not just a name change
Michael Turner email@example.com www.scie.org.uk
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