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Universal personalised care: Implementing the Comprehensive Model is the action plan for the rolling out personalised care across England. Read more

The British Medical Journal (BMJ) website has collection of resources to people deliver person-centred care. Read more

This Co-Production Model outlines the five values and seven steps to making co-production happen. Read more

Thurrock’s Positive Pathway programme has enabled children and young people using local mental health services to access personalised care and a personal health budget where needed. Read more
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This publication describes the aims, outcomes, evidence and lessons learnt for future implementation from the British Heart Foundation (BHF) House of Care programme. Read more
Meg Lewis

As a young person Meg Lewis experienced a traumatic childhood. She spent many years in and out of hospital, ending with a lengthy, four-and-a-half-year stay at a specialist mental health unit. She shares her story after receiving support from Shared Lives. Read more

The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) has published guidance and a number of resources and tools on shared decision making. Read more

This report explores the work of the Bromley by Bow Health Partnership and Bromley by Bow Centre during the COVID-19 pandemic. Read more

This report is an evaluation of the Macmillan Social Prescribing (MSP) service running across East London. Read more

This resource highlights the work of Dr Sue Goodfellow from West Quay Medical Centre to improve patient services through co-production. Read more
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This tool is aimed at leaders, commissioners, planners, clinicians and practitioners involved in designing and delivering personalised care and support planning. Read more

This resource explains what councils should think about to make sure they are working in the way the new Act says they should regarding co-production of services. Read more