The case study is written for Governance International, and follows their suggested structure.
The focus is on how ‘coproduction’ is achieved at Karitane through implementation of the Family Partnership Model.
A short book, for practitioner, student and health educator audiences is available, (eg through amazon):
Hopwood N & Clerke T (2012) Partnership and pedagogy in child and family health practice: a resource for professionals, educators and students. Hertsellung: Lambert Academic Publishing.
A full monograph is in writing (by me) exploring lots of themes in relation to time, space, bodies, things, pedagogy and partnership! And a paper on time and rhythms, based on the same research will be published soon – details as soon as it goes live!