Rethinking research processes to strengthen co-production in low and middle income countries
The articles address the global health research needs to include a greater diversity of stakeholders within the research process as well as the challenges in co-production.
Here are the key messages. Read more at the BMJ
Researchers are being asked to co-produce research with relevant stakeholders, without being given the appropriate tools and resources to do this effectively
The research agenda and its development and implementation should have more active involvement from lay participants, healthcare providers, policy makers, and other stakeholders
Training and funding processes need to be rethought and adapted to facilitate co-production more routinely