Featuring – Gary Wallace – Public Health Specialist, Plymouth City Council

Responses to people with complex needs have traditionally been linear, delivered in silos and experienced by service users as an endless cycle of hand offs and exclusions. Plymouth’s co-productive journey has helped them understand the role commissioning has played in setting these problems, the mismatches and misunderstandings between services and the ways these have conspired to deny people the interventions they need.

In this free seminar Gary will discuss their co-production processes and some of their finding and share lessons learned and some interesting points, including alliance approaches to contracting,. Finally, Gary will offer examples of how Plymouth are creating a new, inclusive culture together.

Please note you must be a member of the Academy for Social Justice Commissioning to attend an event. Membership is free and details of how to join can be found on their website

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Please note you must be a member of the Academy for Social Justice Commissioning to attend an event. Membership is free and details of how to join can be found on their website