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

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