A Cochrane Training ‘Co-production in Action’ seminar has been announced, featuring D4D’s Paediatric Programme Manager, and frequent collaborator Dr Gemma Wheeler at Lab4Living. 

INVOLVE have published ‘Guidance on Co-producing a Research Project’ which outlines the key principles and features of co-producing research. This webinar shows how these principles and key features find expression in practice – co-production in action. The session is open to all, and will appeal to anyone with an interest in co-production.

Richard Morley (Cochrane’s Consumer Engagement Officer) will introduce the webinar, which will consist of two presentations followed by a Q&A session. The webinar will be interactive, and include examples from INVOLVE’s upcoming publication ‘Co-production in Action: Number Two’ which show cases three examples of co-production.

You can sign up for the seminar through Cochrane’s website, here.