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Deliberative dialogues as a strategy for system-level knowledge translation and exchange.

Boyko, Jennifer A; Lavis, John N; Dobbins, Maureen.
Healthc Policy; 9(4): 122-31, 2014 May.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | Jun 2014 | ID: mdl-24973488
Resumo: We undertook a case study in order to explore deliberative dialogue as a system-level knowledge translation and exchange (KTE) strategy and to describe the design features and intended effects of this dialogue. Our data included observations made during the dialogue, evaluations completed by dialogue participants and interviews. We placed these data in the context of our broader experience. We learned that (a) all the design elements we examined could be maintained in future dialogues, but organizers of dialogues that address similar issues and take place in similar contexts should consider the relative importance of these features and (b) the intended effects of a deliberative dialogue that addresses a low-priority policy issue are mainly apparent at the individual level among dialogue participants. Further research is required to explore the key features and intended effects of deliberative dialogues used to address other issues or in different contexts.