Book Launch & Talk: 'COVID-19 and Co-production in Health and Social Care Research'
Access: The Health Foundation provided funding to make this book open access. It will be available digitally as an e-book without fee and accessible to all.
4:00-4:05 (5mins): Introduction to event
Chair: Mary Chambers
4:05-4:15 (10mins): Introduction to the book: editors explain the aims and ambitions of the book
Speaker: Josephine Ocloo
4:15-4:45 (30mins): Author presentations (5mins per speaker and 2mins for intros by chair/change overs)
1. Are we there yet? Co-production and Black Thrive's journey towards race equity in mental health
Speaker: Natalie Creary
2. Disabled People's Deaths Don't Count: how a protected characteristic offered Disabled people little protection during this pandemic
Speakers: Ellen Clifford and Mark Dunk
3. Against Violence and Abuse: gender-based violence and the need for co-production with women with experience.
Speakers: Lucy Allwright and Naima Iqbal, Against Violence and Abuse (AVA)
4. Going remote: using technology to co-produce homeless health research
Speakers: Spike Hudson and Andy Guise
4:45-5:05 (20mins): Chair hosts Q&A session
5:05-5:15 (10mins): What needs to be done now: editors talk about overarching themes from book and next steps for addressing them
Speaker: Meerat Kaur
5:15: Session ends