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Stakeholders will review evidence, set priorities and develop guidance for an intervention framework to tackle discrimination experiences and inequalities in health service use. A modified Delphi methodology will be used to generate consensus on an interview framework. Findings from other Projects 1-3 will inform structured discussion among stakeholders. The Delphi process is premised on the assumption that opinions from multiple stakeholders and perspectives is more valid than an individual opinion. The Delphi methodology has been extensively used in health research and offers a reliable method for reviewing evidence and developing guidance and intervention frameworks.
- What should be the key elements of training?
- What policy changes are needed for a successful intervention?
- Which aspects of current procedures are (in)effective in addressing discrimination complaints?
- Which healthcare practitioners might benefit from the intervention and what stage should training take place?