Deliberative Dialogue and Knowledge-to-Action
The idea for this article was sparked over several coffee dates with Katrina, with us both reflecting on different health inequities in the world, and genuinely wondering, what tools do we need to affect change? We shared several of our own experiences and
noticed the common thread of relational practices and intentional collaboration. Katrina has spent a lot of time exploring the potential of deliberative dialogue to provide a framework for such initiatives in her doctoral work, and she proposed that writing about our past projects through this lens could encourage others to create collaborative spaces to tackle the complex health issues of our time.