In March, we saw the final meeting of C4CC’s Coproduction Team, as the current team reached the end of their terms. Team members met and reflected on their experiences, and enjoyed a cake at their final gathering.
C4CC Chairs Professor Nigel Mathers and Anna Severwright thanked people for their energy, commitment and effort over the years, on behalf of the partners.
Coproduction has been one of C4CC’s core commitments since its inception, and the co-production team members have worked on a significant variety of projects during their tenures. Team members Mandy and Fiona blogged about their experiences.
Over the coming months the C4CC support team will be working closely with C4CC’s 60+ partners, to ensure that co-production remains central. We are delighted that the partnership now includes a growing number of user led organisations that can help enrich the ongong co-production commitment. We want to make sure that a wider range of people’s lived experiences support the implementation and embedding of the universal personalised care model. This includes working more closely with NHS England’s Strategic Coproduction Group, the Peer Leadership Academy and its graduates, as well as the coproduction leaders and champions in C4CC ‘s partner organisations.