Developing knowledge of co-production in order to improve use of this method in an Aotearoa New Zealand setting.
This research is process-orientated, focussing on demonstrating co-production approaches, and developing knowledge of co-production in order to improve use of this method in an Aotearoa New Zealand setting.
Co-production is an approach to research in which communities who are meant to benefit from — or who otherwise will be affected by — the research become partners in formulating, designing, carrying out, analysing, and reporting the research.
This project will explore co-production through a serious of case studies, the first being the invisible (unsaid, lived experiences, not heard) around gynecological and reproductive health experiences, such as care or lack of (rather than access).
- Professor Anna Brown (Project Lead)
- Associate Professor Faith Kane
- Associate Professor Siouxsie Wiles
- Associate Professor Rhian Salmon
- Kate Hannah
- Jo Bailey
- Anjuli Muller
- Linda Baxter