Health Care Decisions in Disasters Engaging the Public on Medical Service Prioritization During a Severe Influenza Pandemic
Li-Vollmer, M. (2010). Health Care Decisions in Disasters: Engaging the Public on Medical Service Prioritization During a Severe Influenza Pandemic. Journal of Participatory Medicine. 14(2): e17.
The author shares results from a public engagement study on resource prioritization and allocation during a severe pandemic. The panels included demographically diverse people who took their “role seriously and [were] willing to reconsider their previously held beliefs and engage in authentic deliberation in the interest of making better decisions for the community at large.”
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