Action Based Co-creation
Health Innovation Network (HIN)
People Led Change
January 24, 2018
‘Great debrief, thanks so much.
We’ll be in touch if we need any more research in the future.’
These are typical parting comments exchanged between client a...
January 15, 2018
Bowel scope screening increased by more than a fifth (21.5%) when people were sent additional reminders developed by Partners in Creation and University Co...
October 16, 2017
Traditionally in business, it is believed the head should rule the heart. Decisions based on a cold assessment of the ‘data’ are often regarded as the bes...
June 30, 2017
Organisations increasingly face fast changing consumer expectations, driven by technological change.
One moment teenagers are emailing and texting, the next...
February 28, 2017
When you’re investing money, time and effort to run qualitative research, it’s a mistake not to pay attention to recruiting and involving the right mix of...
They say a picture paints a thousand words, so if members of your research group aren’t talking, maybe try art instead.
When research needs to delve into se...
February 24, 2017
Collaboration with staff and the people that organisations serve leads to better products, services and culture change. Co-creation; Co-production.
December 14, 2016
Lower back pain is both debilitating and widespread. It is estimated that 2.5million people seek help from their GP every year and to cost the NHS £5bn a y...
Persuading people to come along for health screening can be tricky, especially when the test you’re offering is not universally understood and involves the...
November 28, 2016
North Middlesex University Hospital NHS Trust has commissioned Partners in Creation to deliver an interactive workshop in December on customer care in a se...
Why we need more collaboration in research
NHS bowel scope uptake boosted by a fifth through intervention developed by Partners
Putting the heart back into decision making
To keep pace of change, organisations need to trust those they serve
Paying attention to the basics of recruitment can improve your research results