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Using Delphi Panels to Assess Construction Safety Research to Practice: A Narrative Review

The Delphi Method is a systematic procedure that is employed to achieve a reliable consensus among a selected panel of experts. This project’s purpose was to review relevant papers and research on Delphi Panels and their potential use in assessing whether construction safety and health research findings are being used by target audiences of workers and contractors to reduce injuries and illnesses (research to practice). A secondary objective of this review was to understand the parameters of panel selection, composition, and analysis. This project will help contribute to the broader dissemination and implementation field.

Stephanie Mazzucca, PhD, Christopher Weatherly, LCSW, MPH, Alexandra B. Morshed, MS, Rachel Tabak, PhD, RD
Publication Date: 
Tuesday, February 5, 2019