What’s happening during co-production week 3-7 July 2017
Monday 3 July
Eastern Region NHS: Digital Pioneers programme
London. Monday 3 July
The Eastern Academic Health Science Network (EAHSN) are launching their Digital Pioneers programme on 3 July at Microsoft's training HQ in Paddington, London. Find out more: Eastern Academic Health Science Network (EAHSN)
Hammersmith and Fulham Disabled People’s Commission: Co-production event
London. Monday 3 July. 12.30 – 2.00pm
Hammersmith and Fulham Disabled People’s Commission are holding a co-production week event with council staff, disabled people and local councillors expected to attend.
SCIE: Twitter event
Online. Monday 3 July. 4.00 – 5.00pm
Discussion topic: The future of co-production. If you want to contribute use hashtag #coproweek.
Tuesday 4 July
Person Shaped Support: Workshop
Liverpool. Tuesday 4 July. 12.30pm.
A workshop session that will be run by a PSS service managers and some of the people her service supports. They’ll share stories, ideas and information on how the support for people with mental health needs can be designed and delivered with the active involvement and engagement of people who use the service. Find out more: PSS (Person Shaped Support) website.
Speak Out Slough!: Learning disabilities training session
Slough. Tuesday 4 July
Introduction to learning disabilities training session. The training has been co-produced by people with learning difficulties and council staff. To book contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01753 875135.
Wednesday 5 July
SCIE: Co-production festival
London. Wednesday 5 July. 10.30am – 3.30pm
The festival is a day-long celebration of co-production using music and comedy. This year Francesca Martinez the disabled comedian is our star act. (Fully booked)
Think Local Act Personal: Board meeting
London. Wednesday 5 July.
Chaired by disabled activist Clenton Farquharson. Co-production in action. Find out more.
The Junk Orchestra
St Paul’s Church, Hammersmith, London. Wednesday 5 July. 12.45 – 2.30pm
The West London Collaborative is bringing the local Hammersmith community together to celebrate the assets they might not know they had. It’s a community get-together with Saul Eisenberg and his amazing Junk Orchestra.
York CVS: People and Place – All Power to You Conference
York. Wednesday 5 July. 12.30 – 5.00pm
Underpinning the ambitions to transform York’s health and care system is the need for culture change. They want to empower people to take better care of themselves by supporting communities to develop their own solutions to the challenges they face.
Find out more: Co-production – a strategy for York
Thursday 6 July
Co-production event and BBQ
North Kensington, London. Thursday 6 July. 11am
The Richmond Fellowship West London Social Inclusion Service in North Kensington. At 11 in the morning it’s the My Say forum for persons in supported housing. After the awful Grenfell tragedy that shook this community to the core, they want to embrace the community as a place of solidarity, care and hope. Following that it’s the garden BBQ.
Touchstone Support Leeds: Co-production Conference
Leeds. Thursday 6 July. 9.30 am – 3.00pm
A local co-production network, led by Touchstone and including Forum Central, is holding a Co-production Conference. As well as exciting speakers and real-life stories of co-production in action in Leeds, this event will take forward the development of a co-production standard for services in the city.
Find out more: Leeds Co-production Conference.
Hackney Healthwatch: People as Partners – Co-production Conference
Hackney. Thursday 6 July. 12.00 - 5.00pm
A conference to create co-production principles for Hackney and the City of London and to make sure to health and care services are designed in equal partnership with residents. Keynote speakers include Pete Fleischmann, Head of Co-production at the Social Care Institute for Excellence.
Leeds Beckett University: Co-production in coercive environments
Leeds. Thursday 6 July. 9.30am – 3.30pm
Part of the Economic and Social Research seminar series, Re-imagining professionalism in mental health towards co-production. This seminar will focus on whether or not co-production is at all feasible when working with non-voluntary service users.
Birmingham City Council: Celebrating Co-production Week
Birmingham. Thursday 6 July. 11am - 2.00pm
Birmingham City Council will use a lunch time event and stall to encourage 3000 staff from all directorates, including commissioning, social work teams and citizens, to make commitments on cards or by video. To promote SCIE materials, to involve local academics and to encourage senior staff to make commitments and lots more.
SCIE: Free webinar
Online. Thursday 6 July. 3.00 – 4.00pm
What are the key skills and approaches needed for effective co-production?
The Key: Introduction to co-production and how it can benefit your life or organisation
Bristol. The Park, Knowle, Bristol, BS4 1DQ. Thursday 6 July. 1pm-3pm. Call Jacob on 07788 247 441.
Free training session titled ‘An introduction to co-production and how it can benefit your life or organisation’. The Key is a personalised outreach day service for adults.
Friday 7 July
Co-production in Hampshire
Hampshire. 7 July
About 40 service users and senior managers are attending, including the area’s Director of Hampshire Adults' Health and Care. Chaired by Robert Droy, personalisation expert.
Throughout the week
Person shaped support PSS
PSS are using National Co-production week to kick start a major piece of work around evaluating approaches to co-production across our diverse range of services. We’re doing some great work in this area and we want to do even better. Between 3 – 7 July they be engaging their teams and the people they support in activities. Their stories and experiences will help them to find out what is and isn’t working - and how they can improve co-production by trying new and different things. See PSS website.
How can I contribute?
- Use an meeting or launch to mark co-production week and tweet about it #coproweek
- Make a co-production commitment – just simply telling us one thing you will do around co-production in the next 12 months. You can either send us your commitment in an email or ask someone to film you making it on a mobile phone and then send this to us. Ideally the commitment should be under 20 seconds long so it can be embedded into twitter. View some examples. Email your commitment to email@example.com
- Last year our Co-production Week blog spot got 7400 views. This year we want to do even better. It would be great if you could contribute a blog. The blog could be on any aspect of co-production. Here is the blog page for 2017. It just needs to be 350 words long and we also need a picture to go with it. Please email your blog to firstname.lastname@example.org