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We are all cogs in the machine

Melvin Bradley Professional doctorate student, University of Salford

The philosophy behind the co-production of services is to work with another person to share power and ultimately take control

Co-production is about people taking equal control of their services (Cahn 2004, Nef and Joseph Rowntree Foundation 2012, Ostrom and Whitaker 1973).

Mental Health Practice. 21, 4, 15-15. doi: 10.7748/mhp.21.4.15.s11

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