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Case Study: Involving Service users in setting outcomes - ARC Scotland

This case study shows how ARC Scotland involved service users in setting outcomes for service commissioning by Aberdeenshire Council. It is an edited version of a longer case study written by Jackie Taylor of ARC Scotland. It looks at how service users with learning disabilities were involved and shows it ...

Involving users in shaping services (Feb 2018)NEW

Inspiring Impact has produced a guide to share examples and tips from organisations who involve their users in shaping their services.

Why bother involving people in evaluation? – Beyond feedback

This workbook can help you plan why, when and how to involve the people you work with in evaluation.

Why does evaluation matter in Co-Production? NEW

A blog from Dawn Smith (Public Engagement Officer at Edinburgh Napier University) about the Scottish Co-Production Network's workshop on Evaluating Co-Production which featured input from ESS Director Steven Marwick talking about the benefits and challenges of co-production in evaluation.