Arena for co-production
The Center for Co-production invites to a new meeting place for knowledge and experience exchange on co-production in health and welfare. Welcome to a webinar with creative dialogues and a breadth of perspectives. October 22 at 10-15.
After a short introduction where representatives from various partner organizations welcomed, we present the Center for Co-production and several of the projects that are now underway here. You will get an insight into the project What is best for Esther and the research program Co-creation, which delves deeper into issues surrounding co-creation processes. We continue to tell about a new course in co-production (7.5 credits), an extensive literature study on the subject and an exciting innovation work together with the company ETAC.
In the last session before lunch (11.15-12.00), professors Julie Johnson, Paul Batalden and Glenn Robert talk about theoretical and practical perspectives on co-production and co-design. This session will be in English, but will contain "Swedish moments", as we summarize in Swedish.
We have a lunch break between 12-13 and after lunch we continue to set the smorgasbord of many good co-production works. First out is Marie Winald Karlström who shares her life together with a son with great care needs. After that, Origo Resurs, Bräcke diakoni, Kommunalveckling, Folkhälsan, Futurum and Qulturum continue to share their experiences from their co-production initiatives.
Our hope is that the meeting place Arena for co-production will be an annual event. At the end of the webinar (14.30-15.00) we collect questions that have arisen during the day and capture wishes about what you want to learn more about during Arena for co-production 2021.
Welcome to a day of knowledge and experience exchange about co-production in health and welfare. We promise a day with many different perspectives and hope that you leave here with a lot of inspiration and valuable tips for continued work.
See invitation >> (pdf, 147.6 kB)
Please note that registration is not binding, but we are grateful if any cancellations are made no later than October 20.