Co-production and health services training course
Our training explores how equal working partnerships are possible as part of co-production and the establishment of effective health services.
This training gives healthcare providers and commissioners greater insight into how co-produced health services can become a reality.
- an outline of co-production and its main principles
- ways co-production differs to participation, involvement and patient and public involvement
- an exploration of how co-production is a vital part of effective health services
- skills to develop a practical toolbox to implement change
- practical examples to illustrate application of learnings.
- get a better understanding of the importance of co-production in creating effective health services
- develop further knowledge around co-production and its benefits
- learn how to take a collaborative approach in participation with health service users, patients, carers and citizens.
Who should attend?
Health care staff.
Co-production and health services course is delivered over one day.
Ask about in-house courses
This is a sample training course outline. It is based on approximately 25 delegates, trained at your premises. It can be adapted to your organisation’s training and CPD requirements.
Book a place on an open course
We occasionally deliver this training course as a one day open access classroom course on selected dates. These courses are designed for individuals or small groups to attend.
There are currently no scheduled training dates.
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