Reflecting on the changes in public services brought about by user-and citizen-led services and forms of support to deliver outcomes for people.
Over many years WIHSC has run a series of citizens’ juries which have provided a forum within which key issues of public policy can be discussed, debated and to some extent resolved. Most recently this focused on the crucial issue of Antimicrobial Resistance and Stewardship and the role that citizens need to play.
Furthermore, our Health Foundation-funded research study to understand the impact of the Prudent Healthcare principles in practice focused in part of the way in which co-production has become (or has not become) integrated within the delivery of healthcare services. This is evidenced by our colleague Marina McDonald’s graphics which featured in the Parliamentary Review into Health and Social Care.