CLAHRC South Yorkshire - Depression (IQuESTS) Theme - The Benefits and Challenges of
Co-Production in Applied Mental Health Research: IQuESTS Dissemination and Networking Event
12 November 2013, Sheffield
To celebrate the end of our five year applied research collaboration Improving the Quality and Effectiveness of Services, Therapies and Self-Management for Longer-Term Depression (IQuESTS), we held a one day conference in November 2013 on the theme of co-production.
The aim was to share learning on the benefits and challenges of co-production in applied mental health research, using the resources developed in South Yorkshire and other mental health related CLAHRCs.
The Event programme and presentations are available to download from our resources section here
The audience and participants included: current national and local CLAHRC partner organisations and representatives; IQuESTS local and national stakeholders; service users and carers and others involved with PPI; prospective CLAHRC2 partners and collaborators; Local Authorities and relevant Clinical Commissioning Groups, Health & Well-Being Boards.