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Co-production Webinar

The webinar (online seminar) will include perspectives from adults with lived experience and social workers. Participants will be provided with an overview of co-production (working with people on the receiving end of services), recent examples and real-life experiences to provide knowledge that can be used to influence social work practice.

BASW England are delighted to celebrate National Co-Production Week which runs 1st–5th July 2019 with this lunchtime webinar. This event will be of interest to student social workers, frontline practitioners, managers and senior managers who wish to enhance their knowledge about co-production.

The webinar will explore the meaning of co-production, how it influences social work practice and the challenges which may be experienced. There will also be an exploration of the BASW England Charter for Disabled Adults and Social Workers which was developed in co-production and states:

“We, disabled adults and social workers, will strive for relationships that are respectful, honest, transparent and consistent. We will work together so that we can achieve as much as possible.”

The webinar will include perspectives from adults with lived experience and social workers. Participants will be provided with an overview of co-production, recent examples and real-life experiences to provide knowledge that can be used to influence social work practice.

Presenters

  • Charlotte Goulding - Social Care Policy and Practice Support Manager, NICE
  • Graham Price – BASW England Service User and Carer Group
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