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Co-production in Health, Social Care and Public Safety

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Co-Production of Public Services and Outcomes

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This chapter provides a systematic literature review on the extent of co-production in health, social care and public safety at the local and national level and its effectiveness. In particular, we explore in depth the potential and actual role of co-delivery in each sector with regard to the prevention, treatment and rehabilitation from social problems. Furthermore, we discuss the evidence of the effectiveness of co-commissioning, co-design and co-assessment in the three sectors.

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Loeffler, E. (2021). Co-production in Health, Social Care and Public Safety. In: Co-Production of Public Services and Outcomes. Palgrave Macmillan, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-55509-2_4

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