Engaging citizens in deliberations for health policy development: Democratising health policy?
With deliberative mini-publics heralded for their capacity to create a more meaningful and democratic way for governments to engage with their citizens, surprisingly little qualitative research exists on citizens’ experiences of mini-publics when used in health policy development. Working to remedy this deficit, this research finds many factors which unintentionally disable citizens’ experiences of exchanging knowledge and expressing their deliberative capacities. Instances of epistemic...[Show more]
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