A map of resources for co-producing research in health and social care



A guide for researchers, members of the public and health and social care practitioners. This document provides a map of practical resources that can help when co-producing research in health and social care. It was produced as part of a project thinking about the challenges of doing co-production in health and social care research. It is not a review of academic papers, nor is it a comprehensive or exhaustive guide to co-production. It
provides a selection of resources, toolkits and guidance to help you through the process of thinking about what co-production means in your project.

Date added to Learning For Involvement: 12th June 2020




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