The Minnesota Pandemic Ethics Project Sequenced Robust Public Engagement Processes

Garrett, J.E., Vawter, D.E., Gervais, K.G., et al. (2011). The Minnesota Pandemic Ethics Project: Sequenced, Robust Public Engagement Processes. Journal of Participatory Medicine. Volume 3.
The Minnesota Pandemic Ethics Project developed ethical frameworks for allocating scarce medical resources during a severe influenza pandemic and gathered a community-based panel to facilitate related exchanges. This article describes the types and timing of public engagement methods, the strengths and challenges, and how the methods fit together.
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