Co-producing Research with Young People
Check out these papers and reports that provide guidance and examples of how to involve young people in co-producing research.
TRIUMPH research briefing on involving young people in our funding call process.
NIHR Involve. Guidance on co-producing a research project. 2018.
New Economic Foundation. Co-production in mental health: a literature review. 2013.
E-Nurture. Youth Engagement Guide. 2020
NeuroOx Young Person’s Advisory Group. A series of podcasts, blogs and articles exploring how to make involvement of young people more inclusive and meaningful using digital approaches.
Carnegie UK. Roundtable report: Co-produced evidence and robust methodologies. 2018.
Nature Special Issue. Co-production of research. Nature, 2018.
Durose C, Beebeejaun Y, Rees J, et al. (2012). Towards co-production in research with communities. (Connected Communities). Arts and Humanities Research Council, 2012.
Arunkumar K, Bowman DD, Coen SE, et al. Conceptualizing youth participation in children’s health research: insights from a youth-driven process for developing a Youth Advisory Council. Children 2019, 6:3.
Liabo K, Roberts H. Coproduction and coproducing research with children and their parents. Archives of Disease in Childhood, 2019, 104:1134–1137