Highlights from National Co-production Week 2018
Breaking down the barriers to co-production. Highlights. 2-6 July 2018
For the third year running, Co-production Week 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.
Breaking down the barriers
Full one hour webinar
In 2018 we wanted to break down the barriers to co-production. People tweeted, emailed and blogged about their experiences of barriers and the solutions they have use to break them down.
What happened in 2018?
Organisations and individuals:
- Held events about co-production
- Told us about their events and so we could promote them
- Told us about examples of good practice in co-production
- Tweeted about co-production using the hashtag #coproweek
- Contributed to the Co-production Week blog
SCIE's Co-production Week activities
The third annual Co-production Festival was on Tuesday 3 July in London, with comedy from Lost Voice Guy, winner of Britain’s Got Talent 2018. And music from Emily Maguire - singer-songwriter, poet and mental health advocate. Many co-production events - see full list
Co-production training, two webinars and many other activities. Breaking Down the Barriers to co-production. View full one hour webinar.
SCIE has a long history of being at the forefront of co-production. To find out more about SCIE’s work around co-production see:
- Co-production in social care: What it is and how to do it (Guide)
- Co-production training
- Co-production Network
- Enquire about tailored co-production training or consultancy support
For further information about National Co-production Week and support with co-production in your organisation please email firstname.lastname@example.org