National Co-Production Week is back for a seventh year, and is taking place 4th – 9th July 2022. 

The theme for this year is the impact of co-production, which we know can be huge. By involving patients/service users, carers, and communities in service design and development, we can really learn from lived experience, begin to think differently, and challenge current ways of working. This helps us to maintain a truly person-centred perspective, transforming services to be more responsive, relevant, and useful to those who access them.

We are encouraging colleagues across health and care to get involved, and think about how you might take more action to engage with the people who use our services. 

Throughout the week there will be opportunities for learning through virtual training sessions, tools, resources, and inspiring stories. Please see below for some opportunities which are already available:


Tools for Co-Production: Bitesize & Drop-in

5 July 2022 │ 11:00am – 12:30pm │ Virtual: Microsoft Teams

A short, virtual workshop to get to know the key tools needed to start to build effective relationships with partners and service users for better patient outcomes. The hour-long session will be followed by a 30 minute drop-in, allowing time for a co-production Q&A with our knowledgeable facilitator.

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Co-Production Drop-in Session

5 July 2022 │ 12:00pm – 12:30pm │ Virtual: Microsoft Teams

Join this short, virtual drop-in session, where you will have the opportunity to ask our knowledgeable facilitator about any co-production questions you have.

No need to book! Get the link to join here...


Leadership for Co-Production

8 September 2022 │ 2:00pm – 3:00pm │ Virtual: Microsoft Teams

A short, virtual workshop to inspire managers to build their confidence and capability around driving patient-led service improvements.

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Tools for Co-Production: Bitesize

14 September 2022 │ 2:00pm – 3:00pm │ Virtual: Microsoft Teams

A short, virtual workshop to get to know the key tools needed to start to build effective relationships with partners and service users for better patient outcomes.

Find out more & book...

 

Stay tuned for more! Be sure to keep an eye on our website, Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn for all the latest info.