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This framework will embed, support and champion co-production in the culture, behaviour and relationships of the ICS, including senior leadership level. This is still in the early stages of development and will be underpinned by the other frameworks.

There is currently a workgroup across the system to co-produce the co-production framework. These meetings are about everyone working together to start unpicking what is needed in this system wide framework and then to start to developing areas such as principle foundations, toolkits and guidance for everyone so co-production is easily embedded within all workstreams.

This work is led by Beth Fletcher from the Engagement Team. To find out more contact ddicb.engagement@nhs.net

Development 

There is currently a workgroup across the system to co-produce the co-production framework.

These meetings are about everyone working together to start unpicking what is needed in this system wide framework. To start to developing areas such as principle foundations, toolkits and guidance for everyone so co-production is easily embedded within all workstreams.

Aim of the Framework

To embed, support, and champion co-production in the culture, behaviour, and relationships of the Integrated Care System

Definition

There is no agreed definition of Co-production. Our working chose these top 2 definition.

  • Co-production is a meeting of minds to find a shared solution, involving people who use services from start to end of any project.
  • Co-production is a relationship where professionals and citizens share power to plan and deliver support.

Principles

  1. Collaboration -At its heart, co-production is about working together. Relationship-building is key for inspiring trust and creating powerful partnerships based on sharing skills and knowledge.
  2. Diversity -Co-production is an inclusive approach. It is therefore essential that a diverse range of voices are heard and lived experiences valued when co-producing.
  3. Respect -Safe, inclusive and accessible spaces are vital for enabling all participants to feel a sense of belonging and for their perspectives to be respected.
  4. Empowerment- Every individual is empowered by and valued for the unique knowledge and experience they bring. Hierarchies are neutralised and replaced with equal and balanced relationships.
  5. Involvement – All co-production participants are involved at all stages of the process and get to influence the design, delivery, governance and evaluation of services
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