New Paper: Promoting Collaborations that Improve Health
Posted by Community Campus Partnerships for Health on August 13, 2019
By: Roz Lasker
This paper explores what can be done to help partnerships and communities realize the full potential of collaboration. It focuses on factors that are likely to influence the ability of diverse people and organizations to work collectively: factors related to partners and their relationships, to partnerships as a whole, and to the environments in which partnerships function.
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