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Table 1 Benefits and Concerns Regarding Public Involvement in OWTS

From: Public involvement in the priority setting activities of a wait time management initiative: a qualitative case study

Benefits Concerns
1. Supporting the initiative 1. The public are biased
2. Experts of the lived experience 2. The public are not being involved
3. A publicly funded system 3. Time constraints do not permit public involvement
4. Sustainability of the healthcare system 4. The public are not informed sufficiently for the level of technicality.