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Free Content Understanding and improving multi-sectoral partnerships for chronic disease prevention: blending conceptual and practical insights

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Inter-organisational partnerships are widely used approaches in public health and chronic disease prevention (CDP), and may include organisations from different sectors, such as research-policy-practice sectors, inter-governmental sectors, or public and private sectors. While multiple conceptual frameworks related to multi-sectoral partnerships exist, they do not reflect the interactions among key factors that influence the performance of partnerships, including those involving public-private partners for CDP. Using system mapping, this project sought to propose potential linkages among factors that influence multi-sectoral partnerships through blending insights from conceptual frameworks with the experiences of a government agency involved in brokering multi-sectoral partnerships for CDP.
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Keywords: CHRONIC DISEASE PREVENTION; EVIDENCE SYNTHESIS; MULTI-SECTORAL PARTNERSHIPS

Document Type: Research Article

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Publication date: November 1, 2017

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