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Workshop - Public Engagement in Public Health Ethics - CPHA 2011
The NCCHPP's Christopher McDougall and François-Pierre Gauvin led a 90-minute workshop on public health ethics and citizen participation during the Canadian Public Health Association's (CPHA's) annual Conference.
Published in July 2011.  DescriptionDownload   3.38 MB
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This workshop, entitled "Public engagement on Public Health Ethics: Approaches, Evidence and Insights for Developing Policy on Controversial Issues", was held on June 21, 2011.

The main goals of the session were to:
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- Understand what public engagement is, and what forms it can take,

- Distinguish how public health ethics is distinct from bioethics,

- Identify when and why public engagement on ethical issues in public health is significant for public health practice and policy, and to

- Develop strategies for integrating tools for ethical analysis and public engagement.

Public Ethics for Public Health: From Engagement to Ethical Deliberation  
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