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Exploring the value and role of creative practices in research co-production

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Exploring the value and role of creative practices in research co-production
Joe Langley, Nicola Kayes et al.

Research articles 
Creative and collaborative reflective thinking to support policy deliberation and decision making
Anne Spaa, Nick Spencer et al.

Engaging refugee women and girls as experts: co-creating evidence on sexual exploitation and abuse in humanitarian crises using creative, participatory methods
Alina Potts, Loujine Fattal and Harriet Kolli

The creative co-design of low back pain education resources
Richard Webber, Rebecca Partridge and Cheryl Grindell

Using Forum Theatre to mobilise knowledge and improve NHS care: the Enhancing Post-injury Psychological Intervention and Care (EPPIC) study
Kate Beckett, Toity Deave et al. 

Arts-based co-production in participatory research: harnessing creativity in the tension between process and product
Louise Phillips, Maria Bee Christensen-Strynø and Lisbeth Frølunde 

Co-producing evidence-informed criminal legal re-entry policy with the community: an application of policy codesign
Mandy D. Owens and Sally Ngo

Creative processes in co-designing a co-design hub: towards system change in health and social services in collaboration with structurally vulnerable populations
Samantha K. Micsinszki and Alexis Buettgen

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