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Join our Co-production Roundtables

This news story details our upcoming Co-production roundtable and includes details on how to get involved.

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We need a shared narrative about co-production grounded in evidence and people’s experiences of doing it. We need a collective voice to guide good practice.  

We invite you to these ’round table sessions’ to shape a shared narrative of co-production that multiple organisations may use as a guide for good practice.

We want to use the session to gather insight into how you currently implement co-production into your day-to-day work and the barriers that prevent you from achieving this.

The sessions will allow us to gather case studies to add to the guidance that will practically demonstrate how co-production may be used in their day-to-day activities. The guide aims to improve knowledge, guide action and influence policy and practice.

With this in mind, Professor Brett Smith (Durham University) and Laura Horton (DR UK) invite you to attend one of a series of roundtable events where we will share with you our ideas of what this guide could look like, and we would welcome your input. 

Two of these sessions will be in-person in London and in Durham, with two sessions taking place online via Zoom.

Please sign up to one of the following sessions via this Doodle poll. 

  • Friday 2nd December – London – 13:00 – 15:00
  • Tuesday 6th December – Durham - 12:30 (light lunch) 13:00 – 15:00
  • Thursday 8th December – Online – 10:30 -12:30
  • Tuesday 20th December – Online – 10:30 – 12:30

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