Effective Strategies for Interactive Public Engagement in the Development of Healthcare Policies and Programs – Canadian Health Services Research Foundation – 9 March 2011

Posted on March 16, 2011. Filed under: Patient Participation | Tags: |

Effective Strategies for Interactive Public Engagement in the Development of Healthcare Policies and Programs – Canadian Health Services Research Foundation – 9 March 2011
Julia Abelson, PhD

“Summary

Identifying effective strategies for involving the public in healthcare issues is a priority for Canadian health system managers and policy-makers. This synthesis aims to answer an overarching question: What is known about the effectiveness of interactive strategies for engaging the public in the development of healthcare policies and programs?

This report was prepared for and funded by the Canadian Health Services Research Foundation and the New Brunswick Health Research Foundation. As such, attention was paid to aspects of the New Brunswick context relevant to public engagement design, with specific emphasis on interactive public engagement – that is, informed discussion among citizens designed to contribute to decision-making.{”  …continues

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