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Co-production Catalogue

Co-production Catalogue

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Published by Nesta
At Nesta we’re interested in testing radical solutions to social and economic challenges.

We think co-production is potentially transformative and its power comes from re-framing the problem and re-establishing relationships to enable more holistic and people-centred approaches.

Co-production can also tackle the lack of trust between some users and professionals, a dependency culture where people look to the state to solve their problems and a culture of expertise where professionals are trained to be the sole source of solutions. At its best, co-production can build people’s capacity to live the life they want, in the community where they live.

The purpose of the catalogue is to enable practitioners to reflect on their own practice and the extent to which that represents co-production; and to enable them to learn about co-production practice.

It combines a range of case studies, resources and other information on co-production in health settings as well as in other sectors, in the UK and internationally.

This catalogue was commissioned by Nesta to support the People Powered health programme and produced by nef.
At Nesta we’re interested in testing radical solutions to social and economic challenges.

We think co-production is potentially transformative and its power comes from re-framing the problem and re-establishing relationships to enable more holistic and people-centred approaches.

Co-production can also tackle the lack of trust between some users and professionals, a dependency culture where people look to the state to solve their problems and a culture of expertise where professionals are trained to be the sole source of solutions. At its best, co-production can build people’s capacity to live the life they want, in the community where they live.

The purpose of the catalogue is to enable practitioners to reflect on their own practice and the extent to which that represents co-production; and to enable them to learn about co-production practice.

It combines a range of case studies, resources and other information on co-production in health settings as well as in other sectors, in the UK and internationally.

This catalogue was commissioned by Nesta to support the People Powered health programme and produced by nef.

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Published by: Nesta on Jun 08, 2012
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Foreword
At Nesta we’re interested in testing radical solutions to social and economic challenges.We think co-production is potentially transormative and its power comes romre-raming the problem and re-establishing relationships to enable more holistic andpeople-centred approaches. Co-production can also tackle the lack o trust betweensome users and proessionals, a dependency culture where people look to the state tosolve their problems and a culture o expertise where proessionals are trained to be thesole source o solutions. At its best, co-production can build people’s capacity to live thelie they want, in the community where they live.This catalogue o co-production has been created as part o Nesta’s People PoweredHealth programme run with the Innovation Unit. People Powered Health is a practicalinnovation programme, to explore how co-production can support people living with longterm conditions. We’re particularly interested in how to move co-production rom themargins to the mainstream. Part o achieving that shit will involve a better understandingo what co-production can achieve and what it looks and eels like on the ground.The catalogue, thereore, brings together some inspiring examples o collaborative publicservices in action, with a particular ocus on health and social care. Each case study hasbeen assessed against the Nesta and
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principles o co-production. This is done in thespirit o exploration rather than judgement – many o the case studies were never meantto represent co-production so it is no surprise they are stronger on some principlesthan others. The idea is to use these pioneering examples to increase our collectiveunderstanding o what co-production is and to raise our sights o what is possible.To realise the potential o co-production we need to be able to explain it clearly and tobuild the evidence o what it can achieve. Our hope is that this catalogue contributes tothese aims and stimulates some new ideas about how to use co-production to developtruly people powered public services.
Hm Khn
Director, Public Services Lab, Nesta
 
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ContentS
How to use this catalogue
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What co-production is and isn’t
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Achieving depth and transormation through co-production
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Recognising the extent o co-production
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Critical learning questions
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Depth o co-production
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Acknowledgements
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