PHIRICPopulation Health Intervention Research Initiative for Canada
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More important, the PHIRIC working group's propositions foster only a "light" application of reflexivity, in which the true benefits of being reflexive are minimized.
We are concerned that disseminating the PHIRIC working group's propositions about reflexivity could encourage a false practice of reflexivity, impeding the evolution of the PHIR field and its capacity to improve population health.
The material has been derived from website-based consultations, symposia and ideas developed by the Communications Working Group of PHIRIC.