Co-production practitioners network

A network for co-production practitioners


Yorkshire Group

Hoping to gather a group of practitioners based in Yorkshire

Members: 20
Latest Activity: Nov 3, 2012

Tools for Collaboration and Coordination being used in Yorkshire

1) Timebanking You don't know what people need if you don't know what they have and can share

2) Thumbprint we're all connected and by a simple, widely available, easily used technology most of us are already using.

3)...what can you add...?

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Pooling budgets

Hi Yorkshire Group - would the below project I am running be of interest to you? Hi allI work for a disability charity called Choices and Rights in Hull, East Yorkshire (see…Continue

Started by Luke Cardwell Nov 3, 2012.

Asset-mapping your Wondrousness: the Co-pro Resource project

If you haven't received this final asset-mapping questionnaire but would like to participate, please click on…Continue

Started by Ruth Dineen Mar 12, 2012.

another tool? Questionnaire analysis part 2 2 Replies

The many and varied benefits of co-production, for participants, organisations and practitioners, are now up on the…Continue

Started by Ruth Dineen. Last reply by Ruth Dineen Mar 1, 2012.

knowing what weve got

hi yorkshire group, i used to live in west yorks,now live in manchester, ad keeo coonections,noe theless to across the pennines, hence the contact, to link, through and between.we do need to know…Continue

Started by trine moore Nov 7, 2010.

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Comment by Adrian Ashton on May 22, 2012 at 19:19

hi Tim - there's already nice model that uses a coproduction philosophy in respect of impact assessments, and that's SROI (Social Return on Investment): one of its key tenants is that people who have been impacted upon should inform the ways in which the evaluation is measured, what's included and how its valued -

I also do lots of stuff around impact evaluation models - feel free to contact me direct if you'd like to chat further


Comment by Tim Woolliscroft on May 21, 2012 at 22:57

re this thread you might also be interested in joining this group

Comment by Tim Woolliscroft on May 21, 2012 at 22:43

I'd be interested in possible collaboration on sharing best practice on evaluation / impact assessment and how to link this effectively to coproduction - any thoughts on this I'd love to hear from you.  Re this I'm particularly interested in making links with GP's, other NHS staff, health accademics and other health professionals to see how we can all work tegether most effectively to design and deliver more effective health services in emerging new NHS structures

Comment by Ruth Dineen on February 16, 2012 at 22:13

Aha indeed! Great that we have made contact...

Comment by Shona Grange on February 16, 2012 at 22:07

Aha Ruth, I am having two conversations with you! Our group is called NOTHY! (Not Over The Hill Yet!) We have a website under construction which will give you some info, but I hope some of our NOTHYs will write some of it as they are sharing computer skills (when they aren't addicted to Wii Sports!)

Comment by Ruth Dineen on February 16, 2012 at 21:46

Hi Shona

Would love to know more about your 50+ co-pro ducks for the Co-production Resource I'm involved in there a website or write-up I could look at?



Comment by Shona Grange on February 16, 2012 at 21:38

Hi All!

Seems to have gone are you all doing? Our project is engaging people 50+ who have taken to co-production like ducks to water. 27 participants so far this week which is encouraging!

Comment by Roz Davies on November 1, 2011 at 16:39
Hi Kate, just noticed your comment about Asset Based Community Development. We are hosting a free event on 14 Nov in Sheffield all about ABCD with Cormac Russell and Jim Diers who I expect you know are renowned in the field. see for further info. Maybe see you there! Roz
Comment by Graeme Dixon on October 13, 2011 at 14:36
Hi Yorkshire Group, I work in the third sector with a particular focus on alcohol harm reduction.  Increasingly becoming involved in a more holistic approach to behaviour change and training NHS staff to increase their awareness of how to discuss difficult lifestyle issues which is generating some fascinating insights into the barriers to change.
Comment by Alan Williams on November 17, 2010 at 18:17

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