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Deliberations about Deliberative Methods: Issues in the design and evaluation of public participation processes. Abelson, J., et al. (2003).  Social Science and Medicine, 57(2): 239-251. Available on the site of the Canadian Policy Research Networks.

L'impératif délibératif. Sintomer, Y. & Blondiaux, L. (2002).  Politix – Revue des sciences sociales du politique, 15(57): 17-35. (On the site of Persee. In French only.)

Citizen Engagement in Health Casebook. On the site of the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR).

Canadian Policy Research Networks

Institut du Nouveau Monde (In French only)

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TOPHC 2012 - Dealing with Complex Public Health Issues Using an Evidence-Informed Approach
In this workshop, the NCCMT and NCCHPP combined their approaches to seek a means to address complex problems.
Published in July 2012.  DescriptionDownload   1.53 MB
The Centre was involved in presenting 3 different workshops on Tuesday April 3rd 2012 at The Ontario Public Health Conference (TOPHC). The Conference took place in Toronto from April 2nd to 4th, 2012.

This workshop was presented by Jackie Muresan of NCCMT in collaboration with the NCCHPP, represented by François-Pierre Gauvin. This interactive workshop explored how the NCCMT's approach to evidence-informed public health (EIPH) can be combined with the NCCHPP's approach to deliberative processes in order to better understand complex situations faced in the public health sector.

Dealing with Complex Public Health Issues Using an Evidence-Informed Approach
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The NCCHPP was part of two other workshops at TOPHC (click on the titles to learn more):
Exploring Public Engagement Models for Public Health Policy Making in Ontario

Producing Knowledge Syntheses that are Both Rigorous and Relevant to Policy Makers
Visit the TOPHC website.
The production of the NCCHPP website has been made possible through a financial contribution from the Public Health Agency of Canada.