Research methods seminar: Co-production in rehabilitation research: real deal or bad imitation?

On 14th December Professor Fiona Jones gave a seminar entitled: Co-production in rehabilitation research: real deal or bad imitation? 

If you missed the seminar, the recording is below.

Fiona is a Professor of Rehabilitation Research at St George’s University of London. This seminar explores the Co-production, Co-design and some other words beginning with ‘Co’…, explores what they mean and where they came from. Using key examples of applying co-design methods in NIHR funded projects in stroke, long Covid and other health conditions,  Fiona explores issues of power, equity, efficacy- as well as the importance of keeping the beneficiaries in mind. Ending with questions for all those working in health and social care research to reflect on whether we are really co-producing when we say we are.

Fiona is a Professor of Rehabilitation Research at St George’s University of London, she has led studies to evaluate self-management approaches within healthcare teams including stroke, acute brain injury, major trauma and currently long Covid. In 2013 Fiona set up a social enterprise ‘Bridges Self-management’, which is an approach to self-management which started in stroke, and is now co-delivered with people living with complex long-term conditions and used by healthcare teams across the UK. Fiona’s focus is on co-design and working in partnership with patients, families, and clinical teams to develop and implement self-management training, interventions, and resources.

All are welcome to CaHRU seminars, please contact Sue Bowler for details. sbowler@lincoln.ac.uk

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