Citizens' juries in planning research priorities: process, engagement and outcome.

  title={Citizens' juries in planning research priorities: process, engagement and outcome.},
  author={Rachael Gooberman-Hill and J. W. Horwood and Michael Calnan},
  journal={Health expectations : an international journal of public participation in health care and health policy},
  volume={11 3},
BACKGROUND Involving members of the public in setting priorities for health research in becoming increasingly common practice. One method used in public involvement exercises is the citizens' jury. OBJECTIVE This article examines some challenges and benefits of citizens' juries, including issues relating to process, public engagement and outcome. DESIGN In Bristol, UK, a citizens' jury was held with the aim of identifying local priorities for research into health and social care. This jury… CONTINUE READING
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