Co-Production Workshops

Our co-production workshops will align with our priority themes exploring the experiences and aspirations of people with lived experience of frailty, their carers and healthcare professionals in relation to assisted daily living with frailty, self-management of frailty and the monitoring of frailty by healthcare professionals. Workshops will take place at each of our primary locations with each cohort meeting twice.

Join the Emergence network or email emergence@nottingham.ac.uk for more information about the workshops or to express interest in participating.

Assisted Daily Living Workshops (Sheffield)

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Workshop 1 - Discover

Date: 24th June 2022

Time: 11:00 - 15:00

Location: Scampton Lodge, Sheffield

Details: We will work primarily with people with lived experiences of frailty, and their carers, within the locality to discover their experiences, their aspirations and the barriers faced in their daily lives.

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Workshop 2 - Define

Date: 8th July 2022

Time: 11:00 - 15:00

Location: Scampton Lodge, Sheffield

Details: The group will reconvene to work together to identify and evaluate the acceptability and feasibility of potential health technology solutions which address the barriers identified in the first workshop.

Assisted Daily Living Workshops (Hertfordshire)

Workshop 1 - Discover

Date:19th September 2022

Time: 10:00 - 15:00

Location: College Lane Campus, University of Hertfordshire

Details: We will work primarily with people with lived experiences of frailty, and their carers, within the locality to discover their experiences, their aspirations and the barriers faced in their daily lives.

Workshop 2 - Define

Date: 26th September 2022

Time: 10:00 - 15:00

Location: College Lane Campus, University of Hertfordshire

Details: The group will reconvene to work together to identify and evaluate the acceptability and feasibility of potential health technology solutions which address the barriers identified in the first workshop.

Monitoring by Healthcare Professionals Workshops (Nottingham)

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Workshop 1 - Discover

Date: 30th June 2022

Time: 12:30 - 14:00

Location: Nottingham University, Jubilee Campus, School of Computer Science

Details: We will work with healthcare professionals to discover their experiences and aspirations in relation to the pathways for frailty support and the ways in which frailty is monitored.

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Workshop 2 - Define

Date: 15th September 2022

Time: 13:00 - 14:00

Location: TBC

Details: The group will reconvene to work together to identify and evaluate the acceptability and feasibility of potential healthcare technology solutions which address the issues identified in the first workshop.

Self-Management Workshops (Edinburgh)

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Workshop 1 - Discover

Date: 4th July 2022

Time: 13:00 - 16:30

Location: 40, George Square (Edinburgh Centre, Part of the University of Edinburgh)

Details: We will work with active pre-frail older adults and healthcare professionals with experience in self-management and prevention of frailty to discover their experiences and aspirations with a focus on NHS England's Practical Guide to Healthy Ageing.

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Workshop 2 - Define

Date: 15th July 2022

Time: 13:00 - 16:30

Location: 40, George Square (Edinburgh Centre, Part of the University of Edinburgh)

Details: The group will reconvene to work together to identify and evaluate the acceptability and feasibility of potential health technology solutions which address the issues identified in the first workshop.

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