INVOLVE have published ‘Guidance on co-producing a research project’, outlining key principles and features of co-producing research.
D4D’s Paediatric Programme Manager Nathanial Mills and frequent collaborator Dr Gemma Wheeler were involved in one of the webinars linked to this guidance, focusing on the NIHR-funded Starworks (childhood prosthetics) project.
These videos show how these principles and key features find expression in practice – co-production in action. They will appeal to anyone with an interest in co-production.
The webinar was delivered in November 2019 as part of the Cochrane Learning Live webinar series and consisted of two presentations, including examples from INVOLVE’s upcoming publication ‘Co-production in Action: Number Two’ which showcases three examples of co-production.
For more information and to view the webinars and materials, click here.