Co-production: lessons from research

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Learning points Co-production involves people who use services working collaboratively with practitioners to shape the design and delivery of support. It is an expression of core values (sharing power, recognising everyone’s assets and expertise) as well as a process for making and implementing decisions. Co-production can be done collaboratively with individuals and with communities. This […]

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