chapter  11
Discussion
What are the barriers and facilitators to co-production working and tools for working effectively?
WithDorothy Newbury-Birch, Keith Allan
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In this final chapter we will look at the barriers and facilitators described in previous sections and explore how these may be addressed. In the preceding chapters we have explored what co-production can mean, with a particular emphasis on co-producing work between academics and public health practitioners, and brought focus to why co-production can be valuable to these groups. We have seen that partnerships can work across a range of stakeholders including academics, public health teams, schools, public services such as police forces and members of the public.