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Co-production of health and wellbeing in Scotland

A must-read book published by Governance International and the Joint Improvement Team in association with the Scottish Co-Production Network and the Health and Social Care Alliance Scotland in 2012.

Contents

Foreword by Derek Feeley, NHS Scotland and Rory Mair, CoSLA

The co-production journey in Scotland by Dr. Margaret Whoriskey, Joint Improvement Team, Scottish Government

Co-production in Scotland – a network for change by Olivia Hanley, Scottish Co-production Network Coordinator

The Vision

The role of co-production for better health and wellbeing: Why we need to change by Tony Bovaird, University of Birmingham and Elke Loeffler, Governance International

Assets for health by Sir Harry Burns, The Chief Medical Officer for Scotland

Co-production in Scotland – a policy update by Gerry Power, Joint Improvement Team, Scottish Government

Co-production in action -Good Practice Cases from Scotland and Sweden

Co-production in Scotland: Two case studies by Andrew Jackson, Joint Improvement Team, Scottish Government

The Family Nurse Partnership programme in Scotland: improving outcomes for child, parents, and society by Elke Loeffler, Governance International

The ALISS System by Christine Hoy, Health and Social Care Alliance Scotland

Reducing crime and improving health in NW Kilmarnock using community assets by Tony Bone, Strathclyde Police

The Food Train: Supporting older people to eat healthily at home by Frankie Hine-Hughes, Governance International

Empowering patients to need less care and do better in Highland Hospital, South Sweden by Jörgen Tholstrup, Clinic of Internal Medicine, Highland Hospital, Eksjo, Sweden

The Esther approach to healthcare in Sweden: A business case for radical improvement by Nicoline Vackerberg, Director of the Esther Network

On the Transformation Road

Co-producing with communities in Scotland – the potential and the challenges by Fiona Garven, Scottish Community Development Centre

Seizing opportunities: Housing and prevention by Jackie Walder, Housing Transitions and Support, Scottish Government

Talking Points : A personal outcomes approach for health and care services and support by Chris Bruce, Joint Improvement Team, Scottish Government

Co-production – driving change in health and social care by Ian Welsh, and Shelley Gray, Health and Social Care Alliance Scotland

Five steps to making the transformation to co-production by Elke Loeffler, Governance International and Frankie Hine-Hughes, Governance International

Download the book (pdf) or contact yvonne.harley@govint.org to receive a hard copy

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