To value lived experience and to work with individuals and communities in a respectful and effective manner to find solutions to their research, education and practice needs.
To ensure that co-production is part of research and teaching across the Department’s activities, including enhanced collaboration with the department’s service user networks and organisational partners.
We can help you to design and evaluate projects and improve the services that impact on you.
We can support you to design and implement research that meets your needs and helps you answer your questions.
We can deliver training and support you to host conferences.
Co-production can be used in any circumstance where there are people who are impacted by the outcome – if you have any ideas to share or questions please contact us at [email protected]