Working together. Iola Davies Emergence CIC-South West KUF (National personality disorder training) manager S elf employed trainer and worker in mental health service development. Theoretical approaches. Health Foundation Document 2010 ( Realp and Wallace)‘What is co- production?’
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Emergence CIC-South West KUF (National personality disorder training) manager
Self employed trainer and worker in mental health service development
Health Foundation Document 2010 (Realp and Wallace)‘What is co- production?’
‘In the 1970s,social policy recognised how users can make a difference to thequalityofservices they receive whentheyparticipateinthe delivery of the publicservicethemselves.’
‘One approach, whichemphasisestheimportance of the collaboration between service providers and users, isco-production. It is also knownasco-creatingservices, whereby service recipients are involved in different stages of the process, including planning, design, delivery and audit of a public service (Boyle,Clarke and Burns 2006a;Needham and Carr,2009).’
‘Collaborative co-productionrequiresuserstobe experts in theirowncircumstancesand capableofmakingdecisions, whileprofessionalsmust move frombeingfixersto facilitators.’
‘Patient centeredness describestherelationshipbetween clinicians and patientsas a meeting oftwoexperts, eachwiththeirrespectiveknowledgeand skills.’
•Health Foundation Document 2010 (Realp and Wallace) ‘What is co-production?’Working together in clinical settings
At the organisational level
‘Patient involvement in South West Talking Therapy (IAPT) services’(SWDC 2011)
We can make a positive difference together!