ICSs should heed voices of children and young people

Rukshana Kapasi 3x2

For genuine coproduction to thrive in healthcare there must be a radical paradigm shift that focuses on embedding the voice of children and young people into the fibres of ICS cultures, behaviours and structures. Coproduction must go beyond traditional organisational boundaries, and with ICSs still forming, there is no better ...

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