Co-producing research: How do we turn principles in to practice?

INVOLVE recently published some ‘Guidance on co-producing research.’  We would like to invite you to register for a free webinar, chaired by Niccola Hutchinson Pascal of the UCL Centre for Co-production in Health Research, which will explore the practicalities and challenges of undertaking co-produced research.

Tina Coldham (mental health service user and Chair of INVOLVE) will provide an introduction to co-production. Followed by Gary Hickey (INVOLVE) who will present the new INVOLVE Guidance on Co-producing Research. The key principles and features outlined in the guidance will then be explored in detail by Kati Turner (St George’s, University of London) showcasing a live case study of co-produced research. Finally there will be a chance for lots of questions to our panel.

This is the first in a series of webinars (and possibly a Tweet Chat or 2!) by UCL and INVOLVE, watch this space for number 2 coming soon! Once you have registered you will receive the dial in details straight to your inbox, please make sure you test everything in advance using the links we provide.

To register click here:

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 #CoProWeb1!

You can find us @NIHRINVOLVE and @UCLEngage