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OTalk @OTalk_
Hi everyone @LynneGoodacre on the #OTAlk research account tonight. Great to be here with you for the monthly research focused chat. Who's joining us tonight?
Prof Diane Cox @dianecox61
I’m lurking #OTalk will try and follow as much as can https://t.co/i7sQqbfEag
Dr Jenny Preston MBE @preston_jenny
Thanks for hosting @LynneGoodacre delighted to be joining you all tonight #otalk https://t.co/onVmOTs0lW
Becky Cooper @beckycooper___
My favourite time of the week #OTalk https://t.co/RFzHW5pZmv
OTalk @OTalk_
The usual reminders, keep in mind our code of professional conduct, ethics and manners and don’t forget to include #OTalk in your tweets so that we can all share what you are saying.
Tina Coldham @TinaColdham
@ClaireBallinge1 @OTalk_ @LynneGoodacre Don’t forget the #otalk 🤓
Emma Hooper @hooper_ek
Hi all I’m pleased to be here tonight 😊 Looking forward to our chat about coproduction #OTalk https://t.co/s5Sh0SAg5A
Claire Ballinger @ClaireBallinge1
RT @OTalk_: The usual reminders, keep in mind our code of professional conduct, ethics and manners and don’t forget to include #OTalk in y…
Wendy Bryant @DrWMB
planning to join you, just need to fetch a cup of tea :) #otalk
Hiral Khatri, OTD,Future OTR @DrHiralKhatri
RT @OTalk_: Hi everyone @LynneGoodacre on the #OTAlk research account tonight. Great to be here with you for the monthly research focused…
Hiral Khatri, OTD,Future OTR @DrHiralKhatri
@OTalk_ @LynneGoodacre Hello everyone #otalk
Hiral Khatri, OTD,Future OTR @DrHiralKhatri
RT @OTalk_: The usual reminders, keep in mind our code of professional conduct, ethics and manners and don’t forget to include #OTalk in y…
Paul Sugarhood @PaulSugarhood
Hello everyone, looking forward to talking about coproduction #otalk
#hellomynameis Mark Whiteman @markstudentOT
#OTalk sitting on the benches for this one, maybe an odd tweet here and there. hi.
Hiral Khatri, OTD,Future OTR @DrHiralKhatri
@beckycooper___ Same for me!! 😊😊 #otalk
Cara Lawrence @caralawrence
@beckycooper___ Becky you are becoming cooler than me #otalk
OTalk @OTalk_
Great to welcome @ClaireBallinge1 and @TinaColdham really looking forward to spending time together #OTAlk
Margaret Spencer @margaretOT360
Looking forward to tonight's chat #OTalk
Laura Fasan @fasan_laura
@OTalk_ #OTalk hello everyone, I'm joining an OTalk tonight for the first time ever!! nice to be here!! ;)
Claire Ballinger @ClaireBallinge1
Really pleased to be able to join you #OTalk, and looking forward to some interesting chat! ♥️♥️ https://t.co/pqc9Zcq1Gb
Margaret Spencer @margaretOT360
Welcome #otalk https://t.co/mhY7dphWvp
OTalk @OTalk_
Welcome @fasan_laura great to have you join us #OTalk shout if you need anything https://t.co/sd8DjnG5BU
OTalk @OTalk_
Ok guys shall we dive in the 1st question @ClaireBallinge1 @TinaColdham #OTAlk
Claire Ballinger @ClaireBallinge1
#OTalk Q1 What do we understand by coproduction in health research?
Dr Jenny Preston MBE @preston_jenny
Welcome to tonight’s #OTalk @fasan_laura you’ve picked a great night for your first talk @ClaireBallinge1 https://t.co/bWC9tOH3zU
A Welsh OT - Rupert @hoffiOT
@OTalk_ @LynneGoodacre I'm here for the first time in a while #otalk
Cara Lawrence @caralawrence
@ClaireBallinge1 I think I could be wrong but maybe be one of the researchers but maybe with Physio, dr #otalk ?
Dr Jenny Preston MBE @preston_jenny
RT @preston_jenny: Welcome to tonight’s #OTalk @fasan_laura you’ve picked a great night for your first talk @ClaireBallinge1 https://t.co/b…
OTalk @OTalk_
Here’s the 1st question #OTalk https://t.co/lEBeTM2883
Paul Sugarhood @PaulSugarhood
@ClaireBallinge1 Collaborative knowledge generation by academics, service users, patients, the public, others... #otalk
Dr Jenny Preston MBE @preston_jenny
And @TinaColdham (sorry!!) #OTalk https://t.co/83cFA8cH9t
Nikki Daniels @NikkiDanielsOT
@OTalk_ @LynneGoodacre Looking forward to tonight’s chat. Co-production a personal research interest #otalk
Prof Diane Cox @dianecox61
RT @PaulSugarhood: @ClaireBallinge1 Collaborative knowledge generation by academics, service users, patients, the public, others... #otalk
Emma Hooper @hooper_ek
For me it means involving the people who the Research is about in every stage of the process #OTalk @ClaireBallinge1 https://t.co/UJM1cO8b6m
A Welsh OT - Rupert @hoffiOT
@mason4233 @jaynegoodrick @nigel8812922 @doryitsme @DementiaVoices @WrexhamDF #otalk has just started if you're free https://t.co/u4YpwGCI2c
Lucy @vanhoorn_LA
@ClaireBallinge1 #OTalk navigating each research stage with the participant, learning and adapting to the participant expert
Becky Cooper @beckycooper___
@ClaireBallinge1 A way of strengthening relationships between researchers and 'the researched'? Values the input of the public in research by working with communities, instead of purely completing research #OTalk
Carolina Cordero @colourful_ot
@ClaireBallinge1 I don't know much about it but I would imagine coproduction in health research would mean that clients/service users/people we're working with are part of the research team, that they get credited as researchers in the published work, etc. #OTalk
Wendy Bryant @DrWMB
@ClaireBallinge1 bringing people together with a shared interest in an issue related to health, to generate knowledge? #OTalk
Prof Diane Cox @dianecox61
RT @hooper_ek: For me it means involving the people who the Research is about in every stage of the process #OTalk @ClaireBallinge1 https:/…
Paul Sugarhood @PaulSugarhood
@hooper_ek @ClaireBallinge1 #otalk
Dr Jenny Preston MBE @preston_jenny
#OTalk @ClaireBallinge1 @TinaColdham is it about working together with service users and others to develop research ideas, research questions and research design? https://t.co/LqatwKzAJE
Prof Diane Cox @dianecox61
#otalk great response https://t.co/G6MgQXWdO4
Claire Ballinger @ClaireBallinge1
#OTalk .... for me something about exploring together to plan, do and talk about research in a truly accessible and meaningful way - sometimes a bit of a leap of faith!
Dr Jenny Preston MBE @preston_jenny
RT @hooper_ek: For me it means involving the people who the Research is about in every stage of the process #OTalk @ClaireBallinge1 https:/…
Margaret Spencer @margaretOT360
RT @DrWMB: @ClaireBallinge1 bringing people together with a shared interest in an issue related to health, to generate knowledge? #OTalk
OTalk @OTalk_
Some great answers coming in.if you’re just joining us here’s Q1. #OTalk https://t.co/lEBeTM2883
Emma Hooper @hooper_ek
I love the eloquence of your reply @vanhoorn_LA #OTalk https://t.co/kxPFk7br0f
Wendy Bryant @DrWMB
@PaulSugarhood @ClaireBallinge1 I wonder what makes coproduction different to collaboration? why the two different terms? #OTalk
Prof Diane Cox @dianecox61
RT @preston_jenny: #OTalk @ClaireBallinge1 @TinaColdham is it about working together with service users and others to develop research idea…
Prof Diane Cox @dianecox61
RT @ClaireBallinge1: #OTalk .... for me something about exploring together to plan, do and talk about research in a truly accessible and me…
Becky Cooper @beckycooper___
@ClaireBallinge1 Could also aid in ensuring research is relevant depending on location, intended client group, etc. I had a brief look in to coproduction prior to this #OTalk and have found both pros and cons stated by others
Cara Lawrence @caralawrence
@vanhoorn_LA @ClaireBallinge1 is it different from from patient public involvement #otalk
Helen Atkin @HelenAtkin2
@OTalk_ Hi good to join you tonight #OTalk working collaboratively to generate new knowledge
Dr Jenny Preston MBE @preston_jenny
RT @dianecox61: #otalk great response https://t.co/G6MgQXWdO4
Dr Jenny Preston MBE @preston_jenny
RT @ClaireBallinge1: #OTalk .... for me something about exploring together to plan, do and talk about research in a truly accessible and me…
Hiral Khatri, OTD,Future OTR @DrHiralKhatri
RT @colourful_ot: @ClaireBallinge1 I don't know much about it but I would imagine coproduction in health research would mean that clients/s…
A Welsh OT - Rupert @hoffiOT
@ClaireBallinge1 The words of people like @mason4233 @jaynegoodrick @nigel8812922 @doryitsme @DementiaVoices have stuck with me. The key message they have instilled in me is "nothing about us, without us." I believe coproduction is about bringing together the views of everyone #otalk
Paul Sugarhood @PaulSugarhood
@DrWMB @ClaireBallinge1 Yes, overlap, but perhaps coproduction emphasises the making of something new together #otalk
Paula Otter @PaulaOtter1
#Otalk yes, making sure we're asking the right research questions that are meaningful and important to service users https://t.co/zK4eAXeD8F
Hiral Khatri, OTD,Future OTR @DrHiralKhatri
@ClaireBallinge1 Multidisciplinary approach in every setting helps to increase quality of ultemate health product. #otalk
Wendy Bryant @DrWMB
@ClaireBallinge1 I wonder about the significance of it being health research, rather than concerned with another aspect of life? #OTalk
Hiral Khatri, OTD,Future OTR @DrHiralKhatri
RT @ClaireBallinge1: #OTalk .... for me something about exploring together to plan, do and talk about research in a truly accessible and me…
Prof Diane Cox @dianecox61
RT @hoffiOT: @ClaireBallinge1 The words of people like @mason4233 @jaynegoodrick @nigel8812922 @doryitsme @DementiaVoices have stuck with m…
Nikki Daniels @NikkiDanielsOT
@preston_jenny @ClaireBallinge1 @TinaColdham Definitely. To co-produce in its purest form it should be every step of the process. I guess we might find out from shared experiences tonight that there are lots of variations on a theme! #otalk
Louise @Louisepenny87
@DrWMB @PaulSugarhood @ClaireBallinge1 Coproduction seems more two way. I have met several researchers that probably think we are “collaborating”, but don’t make me feel involved #Otalk
Prof Diane Cox @dianecox61
RT @NikkiDanielsOT: @preston_jenny @ClaireBallinge1 @TinaColdham Definitely. To co-produce in its purest form it should be every step of th…
Helen Atkin @HelenAtkin2
@ClaireBallinge1 #OTalk for me there is also something about the concept of co-labouring around a shared area of inquiry
Freya Sledding @SleddingFreya
RT @DrWMB: @PaulSugarhood @ClaireBallinge1 I wonder what makes coproduction different to collaboration? why the two different terms? #OTalk
Claire Ballinger @ClaireBallinge1
#OTalk Q2 Why might coproduction in health research be useful/important? To whom, and for what?
Prof Diane Cox @dianecox61
RT @Louisepenny87: @DrWMB @PaulSugarhood @ClaireBallinge1 Coproduction seems more two way. I have met several researchers that probably thi…
Becky Cooper @beckycooper___
@ClaireBallinge1 Pros being ensuring the research is appropriate depending on client/community interests/external and internal factors, etc.. some research suggests it has the potential to make theory biased and not consistent #OTalk
Becky Cooper @beckycooper___
@ClaireBallinge1 However, with client-centred practice at the core of the role, surely co-productive research can only be good?! #OTalk
Tina Coldham @TinaColdham
@hoffiOT @ClaireBallinge1 @mason4233 @jaynegoodrick @nigel8812922 @doryitsme @DementiaVoices It’s a great mantra #OTalk
Paul Sugarhood @PaulSugarhood
@ClaireBallinge1 Higher potential for societal impact compared with research that is not coproduced #otalk
Cara Lawrence @caralawrence
@beckycooper___ @ClaireBallinge1 that’s really interesting how does it make it bias! I want to know more #otalk
#hellomynameis Mark Whiteman @markstudentOT
#OTalk are there situations in health research where co-production would not be considered helpful or useful? ever?
Nikki Daniels @NikkiDanielsOT
@caralawrence @vanhoorn_LA @ClaireBallinge1 I think PPI can be variable along a continuum from consulting to collaborating to full co-production #Otalk
Dr Sarah Russell @learnhospice
RT @ClaireBallinge1: #OTalk Q1 What do we understand by coproduction in health research?
Emma Hooper @hooper_ek
I agree @hoffiOT Do you think that it’s even more important when researching conditions such as #dementia? #OTalk @ClaireBallinge1 @OTalk_ https://t.co/979LCNKkoG
Dr Sarah Russell @learnhospice
RT @ClaireBallinge1: #OTalk .... for me something about exploring together to plan, do and talk about research in a truly accessible and me…
Dr Sarah Russell @learnhospice
RT @ClaireBallinge1: #OTalk Q2 Why might coproduction in health research be useful/important? To whom, and for what?
OTalk @OTalk_
Can you explain the last bit @beckycooper___ re bias? #OTalk https://t.co/50cQkbb6qc
Prof Diane Cox @dianecox61
RT @PaulSugarhood: @ClaireBallinge1 Higher potential for societal impact compared with research that is not coproduced #otalk
Dr Sarah Russell @learnhospice
RT @Louisepenny87: @DrWMB @PaulSugarhood @ClaireBallinge1 Coproduction seems more two way. I have met several researchers that probably thi…
Lucy @vanhoorn_LA
@hooper_ek You are too kind @hooper_ek Your response was great too!! Perhaps like in person/client centred practice through having the participant as central in research we can maintain the clinical/ research identities #Otalk
Wendy Bryant @DrWMB
@HelenAtkin2 @ClaireBallinge1 I've not come across the term co-labouring before! #OTalk
Tina Coldham @TinaColdham
@PaulaOtter1 #Otalk. Yes! Asking Qs with service users.
Louise @Louisepenny87
@ClaireBallinge1 Researching meaningful things. Some research can fee very detached from reality #Otalk
Margaret Spencer @margaretOT360
For people with learning disabilities who struggle with numeracy and literacy but want to demonstrate why they want/ need specific things #otalk https://t.co/brPACQXgkj
Becky Cooper @beckycooper___
@caralawrence @ClaireBallinge1 Exactly what I thought - it surely eliminates bias? #OTalk
Dr Sarah Russell @learnhospice
RT @markstudentOT: #OTalk are there situations in health research where co-production would not be considered helpful or useful? ever?
Tina Coldham @TinaColdham
@DrWMB @ClaireBallinge1 #Otalk co-production started in crime prevention research. It can happen in other areas.
OTalk @OTalk_
What do you think @TinaColdham #OTalk https://t.co/acgscNRN5t
Niamh Kinsella @NiamhKinsella
@ClaireBallinge1 Developing research that is meaningful and useful for all involved not only the researcher #OTalk
Cara Lawrence @caralawrence
@beckycooper___ @ClaireBallinge1 I can imagine it might bias to what the patient might think important. So may be limited #OTalk
Claire Ballinger @ClaireBallinge1
#otalk Really like this - something about shared responsibility - exploring together - sharing knowledge, authority and control https://t.co/ooBDsFdce5
Tina Coldham @TinaColdham
@Louisepenny87 @DrWMB @PaulSugarhood @ClaireBallinge1 #Otalk Yes, it’s got to work for both parties all the time 💪
Wendy Bryant @DrWMB
@Louisepenny87 @PaulSugarhood @ClaireBallinge1 but I was initially disconcerted by the possible dramatic metaphor: putting on a production together, with a potentially distracting focus on the end production #OTalk
Dr Sarah Russell @learnhospice
RT @NiamhKinsella: @ClaireBallinge1 Developing research that is meaningful and useful for all involved not only the researcher #OTalk
Prof Diane Cox @dianecox61
RT @ClaireBallinge1: #otalk Really like this - something about shared responsibility - exploring together - sharing knowledge, authority a…
Priscilla Harries @Cilla_Harries
Accessible response #Otalk https://t.co/t5kXFstj8S
Helen Atkin @HelenAtkin2
@DrWMB @ClaireBallinge1 #OTalk It has its origins in critical action research I think Luce Kepler as the autho
Becky Cooper @beckycooper___
@OTalk_ #OTalk Of course, I have read there are concerns regarding positive response bias and that there may be a potential loss of objectivity because of this..
OTalk @OTalk_
In case it flew by you here is Q2 #OTalk https://t.co/ituKNFUWex
Tina Coldham @TinaColdham
@caralawrence @beckycooper___ @ClaireBallinge1 #Otalk as opposed to what the researcher thinks is important? What’s wrong with that?
Claire Ballinger @ClaireBallinge1
#OTalk Keen to hear from people who have found it difficult/challenging/unhelpful, esp if you are a service user, client or patient https://t.co/BKpQD6e3f9
A Welsh OT - Rupert @hoffiOT
@nigel8812922 @ClaireBallinge1 @mason4233 @jaynegoodrick @doryitsme @DementiaVoices Thank you Nigel #otalk
Nikki Daniels @NikkiDanielsOT
@ClaireBallinge1 So many reasons to co-produce health research; moral, societal, technical benefits #otalk
Prof Diane Cox @dianecox61
RT @NikkiDanielsOT: @ClaireBallinge1 So many reasons to co-produce health research; moral, societal, technical benefits #otalk
Tina Coldham @TinaColdham
@markstudentOT #Otalk early days to say
Carol Percy @DrCarolPercy
RT @ClaireBallinge1: #OTalk Q1 What do we understand by coproduction in health research?
Wendy Bryant @DrWMB
@ClaireBallinge1 #OTalk @HelenAtkin2 but does collaborating mean the same thing as co-labouring?
OTalk @OTalk_
Thanks for this @beckycooper___ #OTalk https://t.co/LtvEgVC73m
Paul Sugarhood @PaulSugarhood
@beckycooper___ @OTalk_ Depends on meaning of objectivity. If refers to being true to the object of study, coproduction is objective #otalk
OTalk @OTalk_
RT @ClaireBallinge1: #OTalk Keen to hear from people who have found it difficult/challenging/unhelpful, esp if you are a service user, clie…
Tina Coldham @TinaColdham
@NikkiDanielsOT @caralawrence @vanhoorn_LA @ClaireBallinge1 #Otalk what about user led research? Where is that on your continuum?
Dr Sarah Russell @learnhospice
RT @ClaireBallinge1: #OTalk Keen to hear from people who have found it difficult/challenging/unhelpful, esp if you are a service user, clie…
Helen Atkin @HelenAtkin2
@OTalk_ #Otalk research ideas that come from the “bottom up” have the potential to have much greater impact and make a difference to the people the research concerns
Carolina Cordero @colourful_ot
@beckycooper___ @OTalk_ So if I've understood that right, some clients/service users might be more likely to take part in coproduction research than others, so the perspectives you get might not reflect that population as a whole #OTalk
Claire Ballinger @ClaireBallinge1
#OTalk I guess my question here would be about whose 'objectivity'? Is there an absolute truth which we can be objective about? https://t.co/oGJXttu7Br
Prof Diane Cox @dianecox61
RT @HelenAtkin2: @OTalk_ #Otalk research ideas that come from the “bottom up” have the potential to have much greater impact and make a dif…
Lucy @vanhoorn_LA
@ClaireBallinge1 Great opportunity to understand unknown experience, understanding issues that may not immediatly be obvious, learning from the participant expert #OTalk Useful for participant group, and research development
Cara Lawrence @caralawrence
@TinaColdham @beckycooper___ @ClaireBallinge1 i think it’s important to include patients! how it works with cognitive impairment #otalk
Becky Cooper @beckycooper___
@ClaireBallinge1 I don't believe so, and would this not be applicable to all research? #OTalk
Claire Ballinger @ClaireBallinge1
#OTalk (can't believe how fast time is going!!) Q3 Has anyone has experience of coproduction in health research (+ or -)? What was it like?
Catherine McNulty @cathymc9781
RT @colourful_ot: @ClaireBallinge1 I don't know much about it but I would imagine coproduction in health research would mean that clients/s…
Dr Jenny Preston MBE @preston_jenny
#OTalk @TinaColdham @ClaireBallinge1 Doesn’t co-production make better use of each other’s assets, resources and contributions to achieve better outcomes (Bovaird & Loeffler, 2012). https://t.co/PPCfy5r2oX
Becky Cooper @beckycooper___
@colourful_ot @OTalk_ That's what I have understood, but surely this could be seen as a con of all research? #OTalk
A Welsh OT - Rupert @hoffiOT
@hooper_ek @ClaireBallinge1 @OTalk_ I think coproduction is something which we should put an emphasis on with every condition as it is at the core of our profession but I agree that sometimes strong reminders re coproduction for some conditions is needed due to misconceptions re people's abilities to engage #otalk
Wendy Bryant @DrWMB
#OTalk I think I prefer co-creation, being suspicious of the word production https://t.co/20hR2Ko2QZ
OTalk @OTalk_
That is what is being suggested but an interesting point to debate about research in general coproduced or not #OTalk https://t.co/MQyeUD3Fa2
Catherine McNulty @cathymc9781
@colourful_ot @ClaireBallinge1 equality in the research team #OTalk
Prof Diane Cox @dianecox61
RT @preston_jenny: #OTalk @TinaColdham @ClaireBallinge1 Doesn’t co-production make better use of each other’s assets, resources and contrib…
Paul Sugarhood @PaulSugarhood
@ClaireBallinge1 It requires creativity and careful attention to governance and process #otalk
Prof Diane Cox @dianecox61
RT @hoffiOT: @hooper_ek @ClaireBallinge1 @OTalk_ I think coproduction is something which we should put an emphasis on with every condition…
Carolina Cordero @colourful_ot
RT @hoffiOT: @hooper_ek @ClaireBallinge1 @OTalk_ I think coproduction is something which we should put an emphasis on with every condition…
Tina Coldham @TinaColdham
@PaulSugarhood @beckycooper___ @OTalk_ #Otalk the researchers should try to be inclusive as possible otherwise their missing the point.
Carolina Cordero @colourful_ot
@cathymc9781 @ClaireBallinge1 Exactly! #OTalk
OTalk @OTalk_
What are your experiences of coproduction? #OTalk https://t.co/NFDXoRmQtN
Prof Diane Cox @dianecox61
RT @TinaColdham: @PaulSugarhood @beckycooper___ @OTalk_ #Otalk the researchers should try to be inclusive as possible otherwise their missi…
Tina Coldham @TinaColdham
RT @NikkiDanielsOT: @ClaireBallinge1 So many reasons to co-produce health research; moral, societal, technical benefits #otalk
Claire Ballinger @ClaireBallinge1
#OTalk Good point! A bit consumerist/market driven? https://t.co/T7Oo7NeKlq
Dr Jenny Preston MBE @preston_jenny
#OTalk @ClaireBallinge1 @TinaColdham I don’t know that I have the confidence to develop a co-productive approach in its truest sense as I feel I need to have some ideas and structure in advance. https://t.co/WhYubP4kdN
Nikki Daniels @NikkiDanielsOT
@colourful_ot @beckycooper___ @OTalk_ I think there’s a school of thought that service users become ‘professionalised’ as their research experience increases. I’ve read some negative takes on this (not my opinion) #otalk
Claire Ballinger @ClaireBallinge1
#OTalk Hopefully revisit this point again in a few mins ..... https://t.co/9vWuNN0QBw
Wendy Bryant @DrWMB
@ClaireBallinge1 #OTalk yes, I have co-produced research with mental health service users and others. There were challenges but nothing could stop us once we got started
Becky Cooper @beckycooper___
@NikkiDanielsOT @colourful_ot @OTalk_ I guess with any way of collating research there are going to be positives and negatives! Same for me also, not my opinion but important to be aware of also #OTalk
Dr Jenny Preston MBE @preston_jenny
#OTalk @TinaColdham @ClaireBallinge1 That feels too scary!! https://t.co/HBTIV7rPMS
Helen Atkin @HelenAtkin2
@ClaireBallinge1 #OTalk involved with an incredible project with people using mental health services, who developed the research question, were trained as researchers carried out the data generation, analysis and dissemination
OTalk @OTalk_
Any thoughts @TinaColdham #OTalk https://t.co/vRF8KUj2qI
Prof Diane Cox @dianecox61
RT @DrWMB: @ClaireBallinge1 #OTalk yes, I have co-produced research with mental health service users and others. There were challenges but…
Paul Sugarhood @PaulSugarhood
@OTalk_ Assistive technology co-design, starting with what matters to 'intended users' before designing technology #otalk
Jackie Pottle @JackiePottleOT
I recently explained my role for some research into hospices but was left feeling a bit used as little explanation of how information was helpful -but may be my own bias as I wished I was doing the research ! I #OTalk
Cara Lawrence @caralawrence
@vanhoorn_LA @TinaColdham @NikkiDanielsOT @ClaireBallinge1 mind blown 🤯 this is what I like about research so many questions #otalk
Tina Coldham @TinaColdham
@preston_jenny @ClaireBallinge1 #Otalk exactly. It’s reciprocal!
Emma Hooper @hooper_ek
I am involved in a dementia study which has a whole workstream for ‘patient and public Voice’ #OTalk @ClaireBallinge1 @OTalk_ https://t.co/51CmpvBIZM
Niamh Kinsella @NiamhKinsella
@ClaireBallinge1 Are the differences in the philosophical/theoretical underpinnings of the terms? #OTalk
Wendy Bryant @DrWMB
@ClaireBallinge1 #OTalk yes, like a production line (although I'm back on the amateur dramatics now, thinking of those kind of productions). Either way, there has to be a balance between process and product, or means and outcome
A Welsh OT - Rupert @hoffiOT
@ClaireBallinge1 @DementiaVoices perhaps one that you could help provide a view about? #otalk
Claire Ballinger @ClaireBallinge1
#OTalk Interesting! Something about control/confidence/risk taking here? How might that resonate with service users with whom we are coproducing? (Oo @preston_jenny missing our sup sessions!!) https://t.co/ta9kkYIkkx
Nikki Daniels @NikkiDanielsOT
@TinaColdham @caralawrence @vanhoorn_LA @ClaireBallinge1 Definitely at the top, above co-production. But does that mean Researcher-led is at the bottom of the continuum I wonder? What is the ideal? Co-produced or user-led? #otalk
Tina Coldham @TinaColdham
@DrWMB #Otalk it’s clumsy. So many ‘co’s ‘ out there...
Hiral Khatri, OTD,Future OTR @DrHiralKhatri
RT @JackiePottleOT: I recently explained my role for some research into hospices but was left feeling a bit used as little explanation of…
Wendy Bryant @DrWMB
@NikkiDanielsOT @colourful_ot @beckycooper___ @OTalk_ #OTalk mostly I've found it happens when tokenism is happening, with exclusive approaches to participation and emphasis on meetings
Dr Jenny Preston MBE @preston_jenny
Absolutely @ClaireBallinge1, some things never change with me lol #OTalk @TinaColdham https://t.co/8DPng1O0wu
Claire Ballinger @ClaireBallinge1
#OTalk Great point! I wonder how many patients/service users/clients feel this way after being involved? https://t.co/COHaUQHSaF
Dr Jenny Preston MBE @preston_jenny
RT @vanhoorn_LA: @ClaireBallinge1 Great opportunity to understand unknown experience, understanding issues that may not immediatly be obvio…
OTalk @OTalk_
Has this been shared or published yet @HelenAtkin2 #OTalk https://t.co/LrCDuVPGSW
Tina Coldham @TinaColdham
@preston_jenny @ClaireBallinge1 https://t.co/jPGMnslU5i will help. New co-pro guidance here 👀 #OTalk
Helen Atkin @HelenAtkin2
@ClaireBallinge1 @preston_jenny #otalk it certainly turns traditional conceptions of power and control in research on their head. It’s a commitment to a way of working that everyone needs to sign up to
Dr Jenny Preston MBE @preston_jenny
RT @TinaColdham: @preston_jenny @ClaireBallinge1 https://t.co/jPGMnslU5i will help. New co-pro guidance here 👀 #OTalk
OTalk @OTalk_
#OTalk 10th April 2018 – How to record your CPD https://t.co/vMc7RhdNPz
Wendy Bryant @DrWMB
@NikkiDanielsOT @TinaColdham @caralawrence @vanhoorn_LA @ClaireBallinge1 #OTalk it depends on your research question. I'm a service user participant now in several research projects: none of them co-produced but not claiming to be.
Becky Cooper @beckycooper___
@ClaireBallinge1 Would be important for participants to be aware of what their input is providing/contributing towards? And what difference that is going to make within health research? #OTalk
Cara Lawrence @caralawrence
@DrWMB @NikkiDanielsOT @colourful_ot @beckycooper___ @OTalk_ in coproduction do you get diversity? Or how do you overcome that #otalk
Dr Jenny Preston MBE @preston_jenny
Thank you @TinaColdham, I’m onto it #OTalk @ClaireBallinge1 https://t.co/5mOsp05WS3
Wendy Bryant @DrWMB
@TinaColdham #OTalk we'd have to make sure our biscuits for meetings came from the Co-op ;)
OTalk @OTalk_
Thanks for sharing this new guidance #OTalk https://t.co/nGwd0UBZcu
Tina Coldham @TinaColdham
@NikkiDanielsOT @colourful_ot @beckycooper___ @OTalk_ #OTalk It’s important to build in many perspectives. Do you guys get more professional as you go on? 🤪🤔
Carolina Cordero @colourful_ot
@TinaColdham @DrWMB I think co-production is one of those examples of healthcare jargon where the average person wouldn't be able to guess what it means from hearing it, which means it's probably not the right name for a process that's meant to be inclusive of everyone #OTalk
Emma Hooper @hooper_ek
Now that’s true coproduction! @HelenAtkin2 @ClaireBallinge1 @OTalk_ #OTalk https://t.co/V2h6RKi373
Claire Ballinger @ClaireBallinge1
#OTalk Q4 What are the highlights and surprises in coproduction? Was there anything in your coproduction experience which concerned you, or you wish had been done differently?
Abi Edwards @AbiEdwards7
@OTalk_ @TinaColdham #OTalk Do they not gain skills and expertise skills in research participation in just the same way as a student or academic gains competence in research skills through their development?
A Welsh OT - Rupert @hoffiOT
RT @TinaColdham: @preston_jenny @ClaireBallinge1 https://t.co/jPGMnslU5i will help. New co-pro guidance here 👀 #OTalk
Becky Cooper @beckycooper___
@colourful_ot @TinaColdham @DrWMB I like this point - I did not know what it was until I did some research in preparation for tonight! #OTalk
Cara Lawrence @caralawrence
@DrWMB @TinaColdham that made me laugh #OTalk
Catherine McNulty @cathymc9781
@HelenAtkin2 @ClaireBallinge1 that would be good to find out more #OTalk
Tina Coldham @TinaColdham
@NiamhKinsella @ClaireBallinge1 #OTalk yessish. Read Elinor Ostrom and Edgar Cahn. Similar principles
OTalk @OTalk_
Love this question #OTalk @TinaColdham https://t.co/iNNFbl75E7
Wendy Bryant @DrWMB
@caralawrence @NikkiDanielsOT @colourful_ot @beckycooper___ @OTalk_ #OTalk by definition, to increase accessibility and involvement, research claiming to be co-produced should be fully engaged with diversity. Everybody has a different way of doing research, work out how to work together.
Nikki Daniels @NikkiDanielsOT
@caralawrence @DrWMB @colourful_ot @beckycooper___ @OTalk_ I guess it depends how the research team evolves. Interesting to see if those with experience share the ways in which the research team came to be. Is there any strategy to ensuring the most suitable service user involvement or is it serendipity? #otalk
Emma Hooper @hooper_ek
Do you think it would add value to the studies if they involved coproduction @DrWMB? #OTalk @TinaColdham @ClaireBallinge1 @OTalk_ https://t.co/B4j5wNwBGZ
Catherine McNulty @cathymc9781
@HelenAtkin2 @ClaireBallinge1 #Otalk people have a real voice
Claire Ballinger @ClaireBallinge1
#OTalk Sounds amazing!! What was it like to be involved in this? https://t.co/d4RNWtHQPD
Tina Coldham @TinaColdham
@DrWMB @ClaireBallinge1 It helps to think of co-pro in terms of principles. See https://t.co/jPGMnslU5i for co-pro guidance just out #OTalk
Prof Diane Cox @dianecox61
RT @NikkiDanielsOT: @caralawrence @DrWMB @colourful_ot @beckycooper___ @OTalk_ I guess it depends how the research team evolves. Interestin…
A Welsh OT - Rupert @hoffiOT
@NikkiDanielsOT @colourful_ot @beckycooper___ @OTalk_ Interested to know what "professionalised" means. Can you explain a bit more @NikkiDanielsOT ? #otalk
Dr Jenny Preston MBE @preston_jenny
RT @HelenAtkin2: @ClaireBallinge1 @preston_jenny #otalk it certainly turns traditional conceptions of power and control in research on thei…
Helen Atkin @HelenAtkin2
@OTalk_ #otalk we’re working on the academic publications but our journey through the process and some of the findings are at https://t.co/qSf8r9m8Bh
Later Life Training @LaterLifeTrain
#evb Strength and balance training for #fallsprevention added value for occupational therapists @theRCOT #OTalk https://t.co/zsxtlab7UG
A Welsh OT - Rupert @hoffiOT
RT @ClaireBallinge1: #OTalk Q4 What are the highlights and surprises in coproduction? Was there anything in your coproduction experience wh…
Nikki Daniels @NikkiDanielsOT
@TinaColdham @colourful_ot @beckycooper___ @OTalk_ Absolutely! Experience from all perspectives counts for a lot #otalk
Becky Cooper @beckycooper___
@TinaColdham @DrWMB @ClaireBallinge1 Will definitely be having a look @tinacoldham thank you! #OTalk
Tina Coldham @TinaColdham
@NikkiDanielsOT @caralawrence @vanhoorn_LA @ClaireBallinge1 #OTalk I like both but user led is great, but then I’m a user.
Claire Ballinger @ClaireBallinge1
#OTalk Some great learning here! https://t.co/oEg0Oevf0o
OTalk @OTalk_
Q4 here folks #OTalk https://t.co/CmeNKUnoIU
Claire Ballinger @ClaireBallinge1
RT @HelenAtkin2: @OTalk_ #otalk we’re working on the academic publications but our journey through the process and some of the findings are…
A Welsh OT - Rupert @hoffiOT
RT @DrWMB: @caralawrence @NikkiDanielsOT @colourful_ot @beckycooper___ @OTalk_ #OTalk by definition, to increase accessibility and involvem…
OTalk @OTalk_
RT @HelenAtkin2: @OTalk_ #otalk we’re working on the academic publications but our journey through the process and some of the findings are…
Tina Coldham @TinaColdham
@DrWMB @NikkiDanielsOT @caralawrence @vanhoorn_LA @ClaireBallinge1 #OTalk sadly an overused term without the principles backing it up
Wendy Bryant @DrWMB
@ClaireBallinge1 #OTalk forming a close working group for the second project I did: this made it harder for new people to get involved, especially when we were beyond data analysis. I wanted to do more projects to involve people who were interested, but couldn't
Claire Ballinger @ClaireBallinge1
#OTalk Hello, the lovely Dawn! Some coproduction in our falls and people with visual impairment - esp in terms of sharing findings, thinking about where to publicise https://t.co/UkSe9Oithu
Helen Atkin @HelenAtkin2
@ClaireBallinge1 #Otalk the learning and development of all of us as co-creators of research, it did take much longer to carry out the research and at times we felt as though we were designing the plane whilst flying it!
Nikki Daniels @NikkiDanielsOT
@hoffiOT @colourful_ot @beckycooper___ @OTalk_ From others I’ve heard that if users co-produce with researchers they become so knowledgeable and experienced in research that they become researchers as opposed to service users. They loose the reality as they become more scientific (don’t shoot the messenger) #otalk
Paul Sugarhood @PaulSugarhood
@ClaireBallinge1 Enjoyed the reduced need for knowledge 'translation' as research is not separate but interwoven with real world #otalk
Wendy Bryant @DrWMB
@AbiEdwards7 @OTalk_ @TinaColdham yes: but I think it's important to respect that there's a big difference in doing research because of a personal interest, and doing research because it's your job or you're getting a qualification #OTalk
Tina Coldham @TinaColdham
@NikkiDanielsOT @caralawrence @DrWMB @colourful_ot @beckycooper___ @OTalk_ It’s about honest relationships I feel #OTalk
Prof Diane Cox @dianecox61
RT @PaulSugarhood: @ClaireBallinge1 Enjoyed the reduced need for knowledge 'translation' as research is not separate but interwoven with re…
A Welsh OT - Rupert @hoffiOT
#otalk https://t.co/yvXzP23w6E
Vicki Goodwin MBE @VickiG_physio
@ClaireBallinge1 With people with Osteoporotic Vertebral fractures. It was fantastic. Research ideas and development worked through together. Two different proposals in progress and a journal editorial prepared by them. #coproduction #OTalk
Tina Coldham @TinaColdham
@hooper_ek @DrWMB @ClaireBallinge1 @OTalk_ #OTalk I think it would be a different research journey!
Claire Ballinger @ClaireBallinge1
#OTalk For me, one of the joys is all learning together! Promotes great reflection and questioning of own assumptions .... https://t.co/KH7qq8P7V1
Claire Ballinger @ClaireBallinge1
RT @hoffiOT: #otalk https://t.co/yvXzP23w6E
Wendy Bryant @DrWMB
@NikkiDanielsOT @hoffiOT @colourful_ot @beckycooper___ @OTalk_ #OTalk there's lots of different ways of being involved in research, as in any occupation: in my PhD I deliberately used my knowledge of occupation to co-create different opportunities for people, acknowledging different capacities
Tina Coldham @TinaColdham
@NikkiDanielsOT @hoffiOT @colourful_ot @beckycooper___ @OTalk_ #OTalk🔫🔫🔫
Wendy Bryant @DrWMB
@HelenAtkin2 @ClaireBallinge1 #OTalk my experience too!
Helen Atkin @HelenAtkin2
@ClaireBallinge1 #Otalk everyone involved was incredible, flexibility needed for people being unwell, challenging to keep everyone on board over a 3year+ timespan
Helen Atkin @HelenAtkin2
RT @PaulSugarhood: @ClaireBallinge1 Enjoyed the reduced need for knowledge 'translation' as research is not separate but interwoven with re…
Tina Coldham @TinaColdham
@DrWMB @ClaireBallinge1 #OTalk usual group working theories apply here.
Claire Ballinger @ClaireBallinge1
RT @HelenAtkin2: @ClaireBallinge1 #Otalk everyone involved was incredible, flexibility needed for people being unwell, challenging to keep…
Wendy Bryant @DrWMB
@TinaColdham @NikkiDanielsOT @caralawrence @vanhoorn_LA @ClaireBallinge1 but it's research into DNA, using blood samples, or into effects of drug treatment, using medical records - it's a different kind of research. I can see what co-produced research could achieve in the speciality, more about service experience #OTalk
OTalk @OTalk_
What was important in keeping everyone on board for that length of time @HelenAtkin2 #OTalk https://t.co/uZAJJskW3K
Jackie Pottle @JackiePottleOT
Highlights of coproduction for me was being thanked or opportunity to share experience and being listened to ,but challenge was leaving info behind and then making sure I made use of my info #OTalk
A Welsh OT - Rupert @hoffiOT
@NikkiDanielsOT @colourful_ot @beckycooper___ @OTalk_ Interesting point. I can see what they are saying now. However I'm not sure if the theoretical science aspect replaces the reality of living with the condition as becoming the key feature of the person's engagement #otalk
Claire Ballinger @ClaireBallinge1
#OTalk Q5 What principles, resources and tips could we share to help guide coproduction in health research?
Tina Coldham @TinaColdham
@UnnecessaryOCD @NikkiDanielsOT @colourful_ot @beckycooper___ @OTalk_ #OTalk. And indeed what wrong with getting better at something. Why is being ‘professional’ a negative term? I’m still a looney at heart as well as being a survivor researcher. Two career paths intertwined!
OTalk @OTalk_
Yikes into our last 10 minutes folks #OTAlk
Wendy Bryant @DrWMB
@hooper_ek @TinaColdham @ClaireBallinge1 @OTalk_ not really: they are investigating genetic and cellular aspects. But in terms of experiencing the disease there are separate co-produced studies that could be done, I'm sure of it #OTalk
OTalk @OTalk_
Let’s do some sharing folks #OTalk https://t.co/TRrlAlL7PX
Claire Ballinger @ClaireBallinge1
#OTalk Don't forget 'stand up comedienne'!! https://t.co/SmSX7IcqFj
Wendy Bryant @DrWMB
@TinaColdham @NikkiDanielsOT @caralawrence @colourful_ot @beckycooper___ @OTalk_ #OTalk yes I've worked with people who have challenged what I might think is "suitable" in many ways. We had to work out a way of working together.
Tina Coldham @TinaColdham
@ClaireBallinge1 #OTalk when you ‘assume’ you make an ‘ass’ of ‘u’ and ‘me’
Paul Sugarhood @PaulSugarhood
@ClaireBallinge1 It's a process that starts right at the beginning, with developing the research question #otalk
Helen Atkin @HelenAtkin2
@OTalk_ #OTalk co researchers have lives outside of research, regular communication, but genuinely valuing people and their contribution...
Wendy Bryant @DrWMB
@TinaColdham @ClaireBallinge1 yes, I found that helpful #OTalk also found it helpful to work less intensively on some projects, and more intensively on others
Bethan Mair Edwards @pixiegirle
@nigel8812922 @hoffiOT @ClaireBallinge1 @caniad_ @Hafal_ @DementiaVoices @karen_kitch #OTalk - how did I miss this on co-production!!! I don’t like the word - it used to be ‘involvement’. It’s the best & so rewarding. I get to meet & work with people with lived experience who influence & shape #OT #research plus they are awesome people!
Nikki Daniels @NikkiDanielsOT
@TinaColdham @UnnecessaryOCD @colourful_ot @beckycooper___ @OTalk_ As our we. Those of us who are researchers are/were clinicians - that dual perspective again. Makes for a strong research team!! #otalk
A Welsh OT - Rupert @hoffiOT
RT @pixiegirle: @nigel8812922 @hoffiOT @ClaireBallinge1 @caniad_ @Hafal_ @DementiaVoices @karen_kitch #OTalk - how did I miss this on co-pr…
Claire Ballinger @ClaireBallinge1
#OTalk Do have a look at SCIE's guidance for coproduction available online - one 'Tina Coldham' involved ahem! Ahem! (SCIE = social care institute for excellence - fab org) @PeteFleischmann
Tina Coldham @TinaColdham
@NikkiDanielsOT @hoffiOT @colourful_ot @beckycooper___ @OTalk_ #OTalk believe me, as a practising depressive, I am a survivor researcher by experience and stay in touch with the fark side too! 🤦🏼‍♀️
Claire Ballinger @ClaireBallinge1
#OTalk YES! Work together right from the start, sharing your understandings, expectations, experiences and needs IMO https://t.co/kc1AMvra2S
Bethan Mair Edwards @pixiegirle
@nigel8812922 @hoffiOT @ClaireBallinge1 @caniad_ @Hafal_ @DementiaVoices @karen_kitch I am also involved (co-pro) in Mental Health research as a person who uses mental health services. So from a personal & professional perspective. #Otalk
Emma Hooper @hooper_ek
Thanks I will do! @ClaireBallinge1 @TinaColdham #OTalk @OTalk_ https://t.co/zZB60Emivr
OTalk @OTalk_
Here’s the link https://t.co/WXPJsyyHac #OTalk https://t.co/nvQoYSvibP
Helen Atkin @HelenAtkin2
@ClaireBallinge1 #Otalk @NIHRINVOLVE have some great resources
Claire Ballinger @ClaireBallinge1
RT @pixiegirle: @nigel8812922 @hoffiOT @ClaireBallinge1 @caniad_ @Hafal_ @DementiaVoices @karen_kitch I am also involved (co-pro) in Mental…
Bethan Mair Edwards @pixiegirle
Diolch Nigel - getting to know & work with both urself & @karen_kitch has been an absolute honour! #Otalk https://t.co/HvoyX9alfx
Claire Ballinger @ClaireBallinge1
RT @HelenAtkin2: @ClaireBallinge1 #Otalk @NIHRINVOLVE have some great resources
A Welsh OT - Rupert @hoffiOT
@ClaireBallinge1 I think ensuring that our clinical professional foundations are moved across with us as we approach research is a key. We work with people and enable them to overcome barriers to live life their way. This helps us as we approach this area. #otalk
Niamh Kinsella @NiamhKinsella
@ClaireBallinge1 It sounds like there’s a skill in learning to trust the process and ‘let go’ #OTalk https://t.co/vgzX9Sv6CK
Wendy Bryant @DrWMB
@ClaireBallinge1 but if someone is really keen to join in at a later stage, work out together if and how this might happen #OTalk
Claire Ballinger @ClaireBallinge1
RT @OTalk_: Here’s the link https://t.co/WXPJsyyHac #OTalk https://t.co/nvQoYSvibP
OTalk @OTalk_
What a fab talk tonight thanks so much to @ClaireBallinge1 and @TinaColdham for leading tonight #OTAlk. The tweets will all be posted in a few days time
A Welsh OT - Rupert @hoffiOT
RT @ClaireBallinge1: #OTalk YES! Work together right from the start, sharing your understandings, expectations, experiences and needs IMO…
Anna Pettican @AnnaPettican
@DrWMB @TinaColdham @NikkiDanielsOT @caralawrence @colourful_ot @beckycooper___ @OTalk_ #OTalk the conversations and negotiations involved in co-producing research are great!
Tina Coldham @TinaColdham
@ClaireBallinge1 @PeteFleischmann #OTalk Well, as you were saying, go to https://t.co/M446wTvDfM and find co-pro - lots of useful info here 👍🏻💪
Catherine McNulty @cathymc9781
#Otalk I have lost the conversation I want to add to though in terms of the analysis data quantative type / body samples etc the qualiatative along side particulalry re side effects of medications and difficulty with thevryday doing stuff of life wud add much more understanding
OTalk @OTalk_
Lots to check back on and some links to follow up #OTAlk
Wendy Bryant @DrWMB
@OTalk_ @ClaireBallinge1 @TinaColdham really enjoyed thinking about all this again: it was difficult to keep up with everything! thanks Claire and Tina! #OTalk
Dr Jenny Preston MBE @preston_jenny
Thank you also to @LynneGoodacre for keeping this lively and informative debate on track #OTalk https://t.co/KS4vSmAeue
Claire Ballinger @ClaireBallinge1
#OTalk Thanks SO much for having us! Really enjoyed this and will hope to join you again! Happy coproducing!! (or cocreating!) https://t.co/biVX18Hxbw
Tina Coldham @TinaColdham
#OTalk Dark side, I meant dark side! https://t.co/Qew1K14ZQu
Prof Diane Cox @dianecox61
RT @hoffiOT: @ClaireBallinge1 I think ensuring that our clinical professional foundations are moved across with us as we approach research…
Emma Hooper @hooper_ek
Thanks @LynneGoodacre @ClaireBallinge1 @TinaColdham plenty to get our teeth into tonight! Most enjoyable #OTalk https://t.co/Vr6So7R1uU
Claire Ballinger @ClaireBallinge1
RT @AnnaPettican: @DrWMB @TinaColdham @NikkiDanielsOT @caralawrence @colourful_ot @beckycooper___ @OTalk_ #OTalk the conversations and nego…
Helen Atkin @HelenAtkin2
@OTalk_ @ClaireBallinge1 @TinaColdham Thanks @OTalk_ @ClaireBallinge1 and @TinaColdham and everyone for making my first #Otalk such an enjoyable one,
Anna Pettican @AnnaPettican
RT @TinaColdham: @ClaireBallinge1 @PeteFleischmann #OTalk Well, as you were saying, go to https://t.co/M446wTvDfM and find co-pro - lots…
Claire Ballinger @ClaireBallinge1
#OTalk Absolutely!! No mean feat! ;-) THANKS! https://t.co/EGxLwlr5sP
A Welsh OT - Rupert @hoffiOT
Brilliant. Thank you @ClaireBallinge1 @TinaColdham I forgot how challenging it is to keep up with an #otalk @OTalk_ Great exercise for my multi tasking skills though. Tonight went something like ping ping scroll type ping scroll type oops lost my place! https://t.co/ZjRyQv8TEa
Tina Coldham @TinaColdham
@ClaireBallinge1 #Otalk. Hey! Does procreating come before co-labouring? I should ask nurses really... 🤭
Claire Ballinger @ClaireBallinge1
RT @TinaColdham: @ClaireBallinge1 @PeteFleischmann #OTalk Well, as you were saying, go to https://t.co/M446wTvDfM and find co-pro - lots…
Wendy Bryant @DrWMB
@TinaColdham @NikkiDanielsOT @caralawrence @vanhoorn_LA @ClaireBallinge1 sorry Tina, I misunderstood this tweet in all the frenzy! I agree: it is overused and misunderstood, like user involvement generally. #OTalk
Bethan Mair Edwards @pixiegirle
The contribution you have made so far & will do in the future has been invaluable - Diolch 😀 #Otalk
Bethan Mair Edwards @pixiegirle
#Otalk https://t.co/aZuWkaUHcT
Claire Ballinger @ClaireBallinge1
#OTalk How to make time fly!! https://t.co/1lEH3nVBa0
Wendy Bryant @DrWMB
@cathymc9781 @ClaireBallinge1 #OTalk Cathy, I think it's helpful to think about other terms too, like co-creation, co-labouring, co-llaboration, co-operation, and of course, conflict...
A Welsh OT - Rupert @hoffiOT
RT @pixiegirle: Diolch Nigel - getting to know & work with both urself & @karen_kitch has been an absolute honour! #Otalk https://t.co/Hvo…
Tina Coldham @TinaColdham
@DrWMB @cathymc9781 @ClaireBallinge1 #OTalk no conflict just co-operation 🤗
Bethan Mair Edwards @pixiegirle
Gutted to have missed the majority of #Otalk tonight on my favourite topic. Well not favourite because I don’t like the buzz word 😂 & especially involvement during research. 2 things I love the most!
Wendy Bryant @DrWMB
@TinaColdham @cathymc9781 @ClaireBallinge1 haha! I wish... better times were when we could be in conflict with others, eg ethics committees, not with each other, but it happened. We lived! #OTalk
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