Raising the Bar is a program of translational research co-produced in partnership with people with lived experience that seeks to attend to the problem of lack of training and resources for people with lived experience to participate in research, and support capacity building for ‘conventional’ researchers in conducting participatory research.
A short guide to get started, and become more familiar with co-design research.
The Co-design Kickstarter provides a guide to the co-design of research that draws on the multiple lineages of co-design and the knowledge(s) of people with lived and living experience. This guide conceptualises co-designed research as distinct from co-produced research.
A short guide to get started, and become more familiar with co-production research
Jo River, Brett Bellingham, Sophie Isobel, Katherine Gill, Katherine Boydell, Liam Conlon, Mark Goodhew, Natalie Cutler, and Holly Kemp – International Journal of Qualitative Methods; Volume 22: 1–15, 2023
In this workshop (held 10 August 2023), the authors of the Co-design Kickstarter discuss and unpack all things ‘co-design research’. This is the recording of the presentation component of the workshop
In this webinar (held 28 April 2022), the authors of the Co-production Kickstarter explore the importance of a co-production approach to research.
International Journal of Mental Health Nursing (2021)
Who is ‘Raising the Bar’?
Current Raising the Bar team: Associate Professor Jo River, Bradley Foxlewin, Brett Bellingham, Emma Elder, Dr Grenville Rose, Holly Kemp, Dr Katherine Gill, Professor Katherine Boydell, Kath Thorburn, Mark Goodhew, Nyree Gale, Dr Sophie Isobel.
Raising the Bar Collaborating Institutions: University of Technology Sydney, University of Sydney, Black Dog Institute, University of NSW, NSW Health, FND Support Services, Consumer Led Research Network.
For more information about Raising the Bar
Associate Professor Jo River
University of Technology Sydney
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