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Earlier in 2018 INVOLVE published ‘Guidance on co-producing research.’ In outlining key principles and features it helped move us towards clarity about what we mean by ‘co-producing research’.

But... how do these key principles and features apply in practice? What are the challenges that researchers, public and practitioners have to address? INVOLVE are releasing a series of publications which explore Co-production in Action. These publications will highlight live examples of the principles and key features in action.

Register to join us for this webinar and find out more!

In this webinar we will be hearing from Jennifer McAnuff from Newcastle University who led a National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) funded project to co-produce an intervention to support participation in leisure of children and young people with neurodisability. We will also hear from Rebecca Baines from Plymouth University who was involved in co-producing an on-line patient feedback framework for people with mental health issues.

Jennifer and Rebecca will introduce their projects, followed by questions from hosts Niccola Hutchinson-Pascal (UCL Centre for Co-production in Health Research) and Gary Hickey (INVOLVE). Finally there will be a Q and A session which will provide an opportunity for listeners’ to put their questions to the presenters.

This webinar is the 2nd in the CoProWeb series. We look forward to chatting with you about co-production very soon! If you use Twitter don't forget to Tweet before, during and after the webinar using #CoProWeb2!

You can find us @NIHRINVOLVE and @Niccola_CPD

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