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Lisa Brightmore 48s
Weโ€™re looking forward to our focus group today in ! Coming together with local citizens and services to co-design services in Derbyshire๐Ÿ˜Š
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Lizzie Cain 19h
I had to throw my workshop plan out of the window for evaluation session 1 - in action! We had some great conversations though so I'm excited to see what session 2 brings!
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Lizzie Cain 17h
Who gets to decide what is evaluated, and how that is interpreted and acted on? Whose voice matters? Evaluation in is complex and messy - our community are embracing the challenge!
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NIHR Applied Research Collaboration (ARC) West 17h
Launching today! New resources and training on co-producing research, developed by members of the public, alongside researchers and a public involvement lead. Find out more and download:
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Claire Marshall Feb 23
Tweet of the day! Well it's back to a full week at work & that for me means connecting in today with & the Derbyshire team as they've been using the methodology from here's an article from 2019
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Louca-Mai Brady 21h
A tension: : is increasingly seen as the gold standard for what does this mean for people who don't want/aren't able to get involved in all aspects of research? As has said b4 people also have a right not to be involved
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Michelle Farr 15h
Please let us know if there are other helpful resources that you have found that help support in research so that we can add them into our map. We're sure there must be lots more we've not yet included
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Michelle Horspool (PhD) 13h
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Emily Ahmed 22h
True enables people to be involved at every stage. In our project service users have designed, delivered & analysed the research. On Friday theyโ€™ll present on it
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๐“”๐“ต๐“ฒ๐”ƒ๐“ช๐“ซ๐“ฎ๐“ฝ๐“ฑ ๐“›๐“ฒ๐“ต๐“ต๐”‚ Feb 24
When organizations ignore negative labels & instead focus on peoples skills and talents, we ALL can thrive & Any recommendations on which organizations are doing this well?
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Debbie Watson 21h
In Salford for Greater Manchester Strengthening Families learning event. Listening to the powerful, moving experiences of families
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danhutton 1h
Thanks 4the swift response &the favourable comments (minor amendments) despite submitting just before Christmas ๐Ÿ˜‰ Looking forward 2seeing our paper in print supported
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The Amputation Research Agent Feb 24
Thanks to these superstars, Janet and Jo for helping us write the website today. People powered through and through ๐Ÿ’ช๐Ÿ“โค๏ธ
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Esther van Vliet 17h
After sessions on power in (more reflection on boundaries between and co-production to do) and the challenges of co-production in commissioning (i.e. giving public contributors a voice on the research applications) now ready for the final session
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Danie Feb 25
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Dr Chancy Marsh Feb 24
Coproducing staff training on complex needs for IAPT therapists. 'Attachment, Relationships & Reflective Practice'. Matt and Maddie were amazing!!!
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denise charles 21h
yesterday this happened, our 2nd paper on sexual safety was published. A truly coproduced piece of work from start to finish. People with lived experience should be the 1st to put pen to paper and they did
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Louca-Mai Brady 17h
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Michaela Tait โค๏ธ๐ŸŽผ๐Ÿ–Œ๐ŸŒน๐ŸŽ— 18h
Consider WHO you need to engage with , WHERE you can find them & what skills they can bring. Make valuable ....GO TO PEOPLE Where they are. Do not expect them to come to us
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Helen Cain 16h
Wonderful to hear speak - someone who has shaped my own work/views and now gives a fresh call to action. is political and current politics not working in our favour, but all the more reason to strengthen and work with forces that are.
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