Highlights from National Co-production Week 2016
SCIE's National Co-production Week in July 2016 was the first event of its kind. It celebrated the benefits of co-production, shared good practice and highlighted the contribution of people who use services and carers to developing better public services.
Co-production is about working in equal partnership with people using services, carers, families and citizens. Co-production offers the chance to transform social care and health provision to a model that that offers people real choice and control.
National Co-production Week 2016: SCIE's activities
SCIE marked National Co-production Week by:
- holding an Introduction to co-production training session
- sharing good practice. In the run-up to the week and in the week itself SCIE tweeted and blogged about good practice in co-production
- holding a co-production festival with members of its co-production network and invited guests.
Highlights from the co-production festival 2016
SCIE’s Co-production Festival. July 2016
A film about SCIE's Co-production Festival, which celebrated co-production using music, poetry and comedy.
Co-production means joining health and social care professional experts with service users and carers to produce the best experiences and outcomes.
The themes of the Co-production Festival were captured throughout the day by Engage Visually in this graphic record.
SCIE provides co-production training and resources for health and social care managers, commissioners, frontline practitioners, people who use services and carers.
“Nothing about us without us.“ The Co-production song
This song was performed by Kay-Jay Simmons at the Co-production Festival.
Co-production can help with the implementation of the Care Act 2014; it encourages cost-effective services; and looks to providing improved user and carer experience of services.
Co-Production Festival. SCIE’s chief executive sings
Here, SCIE chief executive Tony Hunter adds his voice with an impromptu sing-along to a number swiftly entitled “I can‘t get no co-production.”
There is an interest in co-production across the full range of public services, private sector organisations and politicians.
When co-production works well
This video looks at what can happen when co-production works well. It was filmed at the Co-production Festival.
A jigsaw model for the management of change is encouraged. The four pieces of the jigsaw are: Culture, structure, practice and reviews.
Co-production: Overcoming challenges
At the Co-production Festival, we looked at how to overcome challenges in co-production.
Co-production can be a slippery concept and if it is not clearly defined there is a danger that its meaning is diluted and its potential to transform services is reduced.
Micro-blogging from the festival
For further information about National Co-production Week and support with co-production in your organisation please email firstname.lastname@example.org