Social Affairs: Unveiling potential of Co-Production model

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Joanne Morgan, director of the Community Development and Health Network and former guest editor of the VIEW issue on health (http://viewdigital.org/2016/04/01/fight-for-health-latest-issue-of-view/), addressed a packed event at Mossley Mill, Newtownabbey, today on the theme of ‘A Northern Ireland Perspective on Co-production’.

The event highlighted the experience and expertise of local people, organisations and statutory bodies who are involved in the co-production process to showcase it’s potential.

An innovative model, supported by the Community Development and Health Network (CDHN), Antrim and Newtownabbey Borough Council and residents in Toome, was highlighted as an example of the effectiveness of the co-production model.

Professor John Barry, Queen’s University; Jenny Hanna, Training Manager, CDHN; Alison Briggs, Principal Environmental Health Officer from Antrim and Newtownabbey Borough Council; and Linda McKendry, Director of Services, Compass Advocacy Network, were among the speakers at the event.

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Joanne Morgan

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Jenny Hanna

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Professor John Barry

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Alison Briggs

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Linda McKendry

 

 

 

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