Co-producing Health Services Research: The hows and whys
Friday 4 May 11am-5pm
Woburn House, London. WC1H 9HQ
What is ‘co-produced’ health services research? How do you do it? What helps make it happen? What are the challenges? When is (and isn’t) it appropriate? How can you capture the difference it might make? And is it worth it?
This highly pragmatic and interactive day, co-organised by NIHR Knowledge Mobilisation Research Fellows and HSR UK, will answer those and other questions.
Drawing on real-world experiences, co-production partners such as service users, commissioners, practitioners, the third sector, and even creative artists will share what did (and didn’t) work. Through workshops, participants will experience innovative approaches to co-produced health services research such as modelling, learning circles, participatory service evaluation, theatre and design. We will also have experts from Canada and the N8 Research Partnership to discuss how to capture the impact from co-production and reflect on the topics arising over the day in an interactive ‘co-production clinic’.