Blueprint for a deliberative public forum on biobanking policy: were theoretical principles achievable in practice?

@article{Molster2013BlueprintFA,
  title={Blueprint for a deliberative public forum on biobanking policy: were theoretical principles achievable in practice?},
  author={Caron Molster and Susannah J Maxwell and Leanne M Youngs and Gaenor Kyne and Fiona Hope and H. C. Dawkins and P O'leary},
  journal={Health expectations : an international journal of public participation in health care and health policy},
  year={2013},
  volume={16 2},
  pages={211-24}
}
BACKGROUND Public deliberation is recommended for obtaining citizen input to policy development when policies involve contested ethical dimensions, diverse perspectives on how to trade-off competing public interests and low public awareness of these perspectives. Several norms have been proposed for the design of deliberative methods. Evidence is scarce regarding whether such norms are achievable in practice. PURPOSE This paper refers to principles of deliberative democracy theory to describe… CONTINUE READING
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