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From repression to co-production with citizens: Why we need behaviour change in healthcare

Jörgen Tholstrup

What’s the mission of health care?

I’ve been working as a physician and gastroenterologist both in Denmark and Sweden for more than 30 years. 1,039 more words

Public Institutions And Governance

Closing the Jaws of Doom: co-operative approaches to public service delivery

The “Jaws of Doom” describes the shape you see if you plot a graph showing increasing demand for public services (driven by an ageing population) and reducing public sector resources to meet that need.  387 more words

Co-operatives

Re-claiming personal responsibility, re-shaping publicly funded services and finding new ways to work together (or the chicken and egg of change)

Guest blog post by Barod CIC in the lead up to our Re-shaping Services with the Public seminar #ReshapeServices

  • Something goes wrong. We pick up the phone or turn up at a building and expect a public service to sort things out for us.
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(What's Left of) Our Economy: New Signs of Big Problems with U.S. Aerospace Offshoring

A bad month for the practice and policy of offshoring advanced U.S. aircraft production could become a great week for America’s economy and national security if U.S. 556 more words

{What's Left Of) Our Economy

The Wales Audit Office and Co-production

A very interesting post this week from Good Practice Exchange at the Wales Audit Office looking at co-production within Welsh government. The theme of co-production is inextricably linked to performance and finance – targeting resources where they can be used most effectively. 52 more words

Working Practices

We Need to Change the System First

Guest blog from Simon Pickthall, Vanguard, in the lead up to our Re-Shaping Services with the Public event #ReshapeServices

Most frontline people who work in the public services think of co-production as a positive step.  810 more words

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China and South Korea Sign Co-Production and Import Deal

HONG KONG – China and South Korea have signed a film co-production agreement that was described as a “landmark” by officials.

The deal was signed by China’s Cai Fuchao, director of the State Administration of Film Radio and television (SARFT), and South Korea’s minister of culture Yoon Rin-ryong following a two-day visit to South Korea by China’s president Xi Jinping. 494 more words

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