Co-production of knowledge: the future
Sally Redman, Trish Greenhalgh, Lola Adedokun and Simon Denegri on behalf of the Coproduction of Knowledge Steering Committee.
Co-producing the covid-19 response in Germany, Hong Kong, Lebanon, and Pakistan
Robert Marten and colleagues highlight the benefits of co-production during covid-19 and call for it to be become embedded in policy making.
Collective sensemaking for action: researchers and decision makers working collaboratively to strengthen health systems
Lucy Gilson and colleagues draw on experiences from Kenya and South Africa to consider the practice, benefits, and challenges of research co-production for strengthening health systems.
International experiences with co-production and people centredness offer lessons for COVID-19 responses
Eva Turk and colleagues believe that there is much to learn from the experiences of low and middle income countries in co-producing knowledge and working with communities to find feasible and acceptable solutions to healthcare concerns.
Co-production of evidence for policies in Thailand: from concept to action
Viroj Tangcharoensathien and colleagues apply the “triangle that moves the mountain” to analyse the co-production of evidence for health policy making in Thailand.
Strengthening capacities and resource allocation for co-production of health research in low and middle income countries
Irene Agyepong and colleagues share experiences and ideas to strengthen capacity for health research co-production in low and middle income countries.
Effective engagement and involvement with community stakeholders in the co-production of global health research
Doreen Tembo and colleagues argue that small changes as well as larger system-wide changes can strengthen citizens’ contribution to knowledge in health research.
Rethinking research processes to strengthen co-production in low and middle income countries
Co-production needs to become an integral part of the training and funding of researchers to ensure research meets everyone’s needs, argue David Beran and colleagues.
Health policy and systems research: ethical challenges in co-production of knowledge
K Srinath Reddy and colleagues.
Co-production between researchers and policymakers is critical for achieving health systems change
Peter M. Hansen and colleagues.
Co-production of knowledge to strengthen Ghana’s National Health Insurance Scheme
Chris Atim and Ama Pokuaa Fenny.
Building a collaborative research culture for multisectoral policy and implementation in Cambodia through co-production
Kumanan Rasanathan and colleagues.
Co-production of research with sex workers as a political act
Lance Louskieter and colleagues.
Co-production of knowledge must move further and faster to strengthen health systems
Robert Marten, Abdul Ghaffar and colleagues.