Co-production refers to the process where health and social care staff work with people who need care and support, to shape the services that they use.
However, many organisations, providers and commissioners don’t feel equipped to approach co-production with people with a mental health condition.
Our ‘Co-production in mental health’ guide explores what’s stopping people from attempting co-production and what can help. It draws on examples and case studies from other people and organisations who are trying to work co-productively over England.
It’s for people who commission, design or deliver mental health services to help you understand co-production better, reflect on your own practice and implement changes in your organisation.
Download the guide.