Using deliberative democracy in healthcare
In our work with the Stroke Association we used deliberative democracy principles to develop strategy and improve the culture.
What is deliberative democracy, and why did it work so well for the Stroke Association? It’s particularly good at dealing with large, broad issues where there isn’t a ‘right’ answer – but it won’t work for everyone and is tricky to do.
Our report outlines how it worked for the Stroke Association, and our webinar discusses how deliberative democracy can be used in healthcare.
Watch our webinar
We talked about deliberative democracy and how it can be used in healthcare in a webinar with Hilary Reynolds, Executive Director for Strategy and Research at the Stroke Association, and Dr Alan Renwick, Deputy Director of the Constitution Unit, University College London.
You can watch the full webinar, as well as shorter reflections by Hilary and Alan below.
Using deliberative democracy in healthcare: what, how and why?
Using deliberative democracy in healthcare: is it worth it? Reflections from Hilary Reynolds
What is deliberative democracy? Dr Alan Renwick talks through the principles
Using deliberative democracy in healthcare: final reflections