Co-production in Scotland
Co-production is increasingly being recognised as a new way to deliver public services and an approach which delivers long term positive outcomes for people and for local communities.
In response to the growing interest in co-production in Scotland from those working across a range of sectors, a Scottish Co-production Network was established in 2011. The group is chaired jointly by NHS Tayside and SCDC and receives support from the Joint Improvement Team.
The network now has hundreds of members and working to improve the work and recognition of co-production in Scotland. It worked with its partners to co-ordinate the latest National Conference for Co-production in April 2013.
The Network website contains an interactive forum for members of the network where you can share learning and access resources relating to co-production. If you have anything you would like uploaded to the site, please contact Sam Jordan on firstname.lastname@example.org.