Workshop 4 - Co-creation of knowledge in primary care: researchers really can change the world - if they embrace new paradigms!

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Facilitators T Greenhalgh, University of OxfordC Jackson, University of Queensland, AustraliaJ Smith, Director of Policy, The Nuffield Trust, LondonAims and Objectives: To introduce the co-creation approach, linking researchers and end-users in embedding research into practice.To share successful ‘research into practice' initiatives involving chronic disease management and quality improvement, utilising the co-creation approach.To involve workshop participants in applying the principles of co-creation to their current research programmes.Intended audience: Researchers, clinicians, managers, and policy makers interested in increasing research impact via co-creation methodologies that build value with key stakeholders and end-users.


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