The essence of co-production; authenticity, mutuality, vulnerability, integrity, humility, positivity, courage and curiosity

18Mar

1 day

Timings Registration 09:00, Conference starts 09:50 and ends 17:00
Location 21 Prescot Street, London E1 8BB
CPD Up to six CPD hours per day, subject to peer group approval
Standard rate£150
Reduced rate£75
Subsidised£20 Waiting list only/See fee tab below
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The essence of co-production; authenticity, mutuality, vulnerability, integrity, humility, positivity, courage and curiosity

Event Information

Learn about and engage in some core aspects of co-production. This is both a learning and experiential day, sharing examples of good practice from across the country and discussing what a human rights based approach might look like.
 
We will try to understand together how we can develop cultures that involve co-sensing, co-creating/designing, acknowledging, affirming and collaborating as equals. The day should also help you understand better how you could engage co-production in your local services and involve all participants in the process.
 
CO-PRODUCTION - - a process or a product?
This inaugural co-production conference will not only showcase some of the excellent work going on around co-production it will provide exploratory, supportive space for people interested in embedding co-production in their relationships, in their practice, in their services design and delivery.
 
The conference will aim to help individuals understand the process behind co-production -  the highs/lows,  the risks/the values, the time/resources/benefits and the necessity/governance now enshrined in mental health /human rights legislation around embedding co-production into care/policy/teaching/training/medical practice.       
 
How do we embed authentic co-production, co-sensing in a way that improves relationship/care and service improvement whilst acknowledging fears/threats/lack of knowledge around governance and risk. 
 
It is an opportunity for All Faculty Members, interested parties and participants to come together and co-sense/co-design and co-produce pathways that work for all 
 
People centred environments ….. co-creating authentic caring pathways for each of us together.
 
 
This conference is of interest to anyone with an interest in co-production. This conference will offer you space to explore your ideas, worries, thoughts and learn more around the essence of authentic co-production. 
 
 
 


£150 Standard Rate (Non RCPsych members/Consultants/SAS/Specialist Associates)

£75 Reduced rate (Trainees, Reduced rate memberships, CPN, OT, Psychologists)

£20 Subsidised Rate*

 

*Subsidised Rate update 20/02/20

(NHS Trusts are encouraged to fund their patient/carer lived experience practitioners and medical/non-medical team members interested in/involved in co-production).

There were a limited number of places at Subsidised Rate for patient/carer lived experience practitioners on low income/unwaged who are interested or involved in co-production and not affiliated with any NHS Trust.  These spaces have reached the maximum limit and are now sold out, a waiting list is currently in operation for this fee only.

Please email  caroline.simms@rcpsych.ac.uk  to be added to the list and nearer the time we may be able to offer more spaces.

The event will take place at the Royal College of Psychiatrists, 21 Prescot Street, London E1 8BB. You can view directions and a map to help you plan your journey.
 
The Citymapper website/app can help you plan your route within London, giving the best walking, cycling, bus and tube routes available. Use postcode E1 8BB as your destination.

Please read our terms and conditions before making your booking  

For further information, please contact:

Email: Caroline.Simms@rcpsych.ac.uk

Contact Name: Caroline Simms

Contact number: 020 3701 2604

Event Location

Location: 21 Prescot Street, London E1 8BB

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