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Speaker: Nicky Lambert, Associate Professor, Director of Teaching and Learning for Mental Health and Social Work, Middlesex University
Series: Disability and Social Inclusion seminars
Co-production is a transformative approach used to create shared research, policy and practice in mental health and social care which recognises the invaluable knowledge and expertise of people who use services. In this presentation Nicky Lambert will talk about:
- What coproduction is … and importantly what it isn’t!
- The challenges and opportunities it presents, and it’s importance in ensuring the quality of research, teaching and practice in mental health and social care.
- And she will draw on some recent examples and take questions
Nicky is registered as a Specialist Practitioner (Nursing and Midwifery Council) and is a Senior Teaching Fellow (Higher Education Authority). She is also a co-director of the Centre for Coproduction in Mental Health and Social Care. Nicky has worked across a range of mental health services both in the UK and internationally supporting staff and practice development in acute and mental health trusts, councils, businesses and charities. She is active in supporting mental health and wellbeing with the RCN and Unite. She is an editorial board member for Mental Health Nursing, a member of Mental Health Nurse Academics UK and on the education and communication committees. Nicky engages with local trusts and with the Royal College of Psychiatrists to support sexual safety in mental health services. She is also a Trustee for West Hampstead Women's centre (holder of the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service).
Lambert, N. and Carr, S. ‘Outside the original remit. Co-production in mental health research, lessons from the field’ (2018), International Journal of mental health nursing, 27, 1273-81
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1.00pm - 2.15pmThursday 12th March 2020