The many shades of co-produced evidence
Author: Pippa Coutts
Co-production of evidence is a process by which evidence is generated by the equal and reciprocal participation in research activities by academic and other partners.
This briefing paper teases out the challenges and opportunities around co-producing evidence appropriate to participatory social policy and practice, and increasing people’s control within communities and services. We view it as a contribution to discussions The Trust is involved in with co-production networks, academics and the social sector, and we would be delighted to hear your view on the co-production of evidence.
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