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EPDF and EPUB available Open Access under CC-BY-NC-ND licence. Groups most severely affected by COVID-19 have tended to be those marginalised before the pandemic and are now being largely ignored in developing responses to it. This two-volume set of Rapid Responses explores the urgent need to put co-production and participatory approaches at the heart of responses to the pandemic and demonstrates how policymakers, health and social care practitioners, patients, service users, carers and public contributors can make this happen. The second volume focuses on methods and means of co-producing during a pandemic. It explores a variety of case studies from across the global North and South and addresses the practical considerations of co-producing knowledge both now - at a distance - and in the future when the pandemic is over.

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  1. Cover
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  1. Title Page, Copyright
  2. pp. i-ii
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  1. Contents
  2. pp. iii-vi
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  1. Editorial statement
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  1. List of contributors
  2. pp. xi-xxiv
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  1. Introduction
  1. 1. Co-production methods and working together at a distance
  2. Oli Williams, Doreen Tembo, Josephine Ocloo, Meerat Kaur, Gary Hickey, Michelle Farr, Peter Beresford
  3. pp. 1-16
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  1. Part III: Working together at a distance: guidance and examples
  1. 2. Conversations for change during COVID-19
  2. Meerat Kaur, Sarah Stayt, Janet Wildman, Sharon Tomlin, Chakshu Sharma, Adeola Adeleke, Fatima Elguenuni, Bethany Golding, Phayza Fudlalla, Nafsika Thalassis, Kay Ollivierre, Samira Ben Omar
  3. pp. 17-26
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  1. 3. My Rhodes has no nose
  2. Ed Young, Anastasia Koch
  3. pp. 27-34
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  1. 4. Insider-outsider positions during co-production
  2. Clarice Mota, Leny Trad, Lisa Dikomitis
  3. pp. 35-42
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  1. 5. Ambitious about co-production
  2. Emily Niner, Kerrie Portman
  3. pp. 43-50
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  1. 6. A co-produced response to COVID-19
  2. Peter O. Ekiikina
  3. pp. 51-56
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  1. 7. #WirVsVirus
  2. Elke Loeffler, Claudia Masiga
  3. pp. 57-66
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  1. 8. Locked in or locked out
  2. Adam Goodall, Becki Meakin
  3. pp. 67-76
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  1. 9. Bridging Gaps
  2. Michelle Farr, Lesley Wye, Maria Carvalho, Lucy Potter
  3. pp. 77-84
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  1. 10. COVID co-design does not *HAVE* to be digital!
  2. Joe Langley, Niki Wallace, Aaron Davis, Ian Gwilt, Sarah Knowles, Rebecca Partridge, Gemma Wheeler, Ursula Ankeny
  3. pp. 85-96
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  1. 11. Co-producing virtual co-production
  2. Alison Allam, Scott Ballard-Ridley, Katherine Barrett, Lizzie Cain, Cristina Serrao, Niccola Hutchinson-Pascal
  3. pp. 97-104
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  1. 12. Co-production and COVID-19
  2. Mary Chambers, Dinesh Deokota, Ragil Dien, Yen Hoang Nguyen
  3. pp. 105-112
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  1. 13. Going remote
  2. PJ Annand, Michael ‘Spike’ Hudson, Maame Esi D. Yankah, Martin Burrows, Stan Burridge, Michelle Cornes, Sujit D. Rathod, Paniz Hosseini, Lucy Platt, Andy Guise
  3. pp. 113-122
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  1. 14. ‘A place where we could listen to each other and be heard’
  2. Catherine Hale, Alison Allam
  3. pp. 123-130
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  1. 15. Reflections on Punjabi communities, COVID-19, and mental health
  2. Shuranjeet Singh
  3. pp. 131-138
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  1. 16. International perspectives on the impact of COVID-19 on community engagement of young people for involvement in mental health research
  2. Rosemary Musesengwa, Vanessa Bennett, Kiran Manku, Biggy Dziro, Sapfo Lignou, Kudzai Kanyere, Peter Lewis
  3. pp. 139-146
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  1. 17. From Utopia Now to Dystopia Now
  2. Hannah Cowan, Charlotte Kühlbrandt, Hana Riazuddin, Oli Polidore-Perrins, Destiny Boka Batesa, Bella Swinburne
  3. pp. 147-154
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  1. Afterword
  1. 18. Co-producing during a pandemic and beyond
  2. Oli Williams, Doreen Tembo, Josephine Ocloo, Meerat Kaur, Gary Hickey, Michelle Farr, Peter Beresford
  3. pp. 155-166
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Additional Information

ISBN
9781447361794
MARC Record
OCLC
1265516353
Pages
160
Launched on MUSE
2021-08-30
Language
English
Open Access
Yes
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