COVID-19 and co-production in health and social care research, policy and practice

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Topic:

  • Co-production

Resource type:

  • Guidance

Date added to Learning for Involvement:

  • 25th May 2021
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A new book, ‘COVID-19 and Co-production in Health and Social Care Research, Policy and Practice’, has been created by a diverse editorial team and set of contributors. It aims to illustrate how and why co-production can be a more inclusive way to respond to the pandemic and develop more equitable health and social care. The people behind the book have experiences as service users, activists, carers and researchers. There are 2 volumes; Volume 1 - The Challenges and Necessity of Co-production, Volume 2 - Co-production Methods and Working Together at a Distance.

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