Research Studies and Publications

Public and patient involvement in Canadian drug assessment: practitioner and participant views

Jan 15, 2020, 16:11 PM
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Lead Investigator Name : Katherine Boothe
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The public has shifting opinions about the legitimacy of scientific evidence and public participation when it comes to recommendations about what drugs the government should list for public drug coverage. New research by Katherine Boothe finds some important tensions between democratic conceptions of legitimacy that are linked to the inclusiveness of the policy process and which drive public and patient involvement, and moral-scientific conceptions of legitimacy that are linked to objectivity and specific norms of scientific evidence.

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  • Centre for Health Economics and Policy Analysis
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