For the last 15 years of my professional career, I coordinated consensus processes to build new local health and social services policies.
It was the best work and most fun I experienced during my career.
I was lucky to work with more than two thousand participants (in aggregate) helping to develop services for drug abuse, mental illness, social isolation, education, child care, medical services, domestic violence, HIV/AIDS, and more.
Here is a diagram of what I believe to be key parts of developing consensus public policy.
Click on the mind map to expand it.
Had various government agencies used a model like mine, they would have been able to get a higher percentage of the population agree to be vaccinated.