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Webinar recording: Co-production in Oxfordshire

SCIE has supported Oxfordshire County Council Adult Social Care Services to put service users and carers at the heart of decision-making, creating the shift from an engagement to a co-production model. This webinar recording discusses our involvement.
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Webinar recording: Co-production in Oxfordshire

Webinar recording: Co-production in Oxfordshire SCIE has supported Oxfordshire County Council Adult Social Care Services to put service users and carers at the heart of decision-making, creating the shift from an engagement to a co-production model. This webinar recording discusses our involvement.

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