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Co-Production PhD

How is power is experienced and shared (or not shared) within co-produced UK health research?

This study aims to explore the ways power is understood, experienced and shared (or not shared); how and whether issues of power are identified and addressed; the context or support required to enable power-sharing within a research context; and how systems and structures intersect with experiences of power within the co-production of UK health research.

This research is being led by Emily Ahmed, a PhD researcher at Warwick University.

Emily has worked in community engagement for over 20 years as a facilitator, project lead and as a public contributor.

If you would like to take part in this researchLink opens in a new window

Anyone who has been involved in the co-production of health research in the UK as a patient or member of the public is invited to fill in the expression of interest formLink opens in a new window. You may be invited to take part in an online interview and asked about your experiences of being involved in co-production.

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