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  • Author(s) Angela Scriven
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  • Published11111998
  • PublisherBloomsbury UK
  • ISBN9781349142972
A concise and accessible account of the theoretical issues relating to intersectoral collaboration, and the diversity of health promotion partnerships that have been established. The book contains contributions from a distinguished group of academics, researchers and professional practitioners, from a wide range of settings - the health service, universities, specialist health promotion agencies, local authorities, voluntary organisations and education. The book will appeal to a broad variety of readers, including students of health promotion and practitioners confronting the realities of collaborative working.

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  • Author(s) Angela Scriven
  • Edition
  • Published11111998
  • PublisherBloomsbury UK
  • ISBN9781349142972
A concise and accessible account of the theoretical issues relating to intersectoral collaboration, and the diversity of health promotion partnerships that have been established. The book contains contributions from a distinguished group of academics, researchers and professional practitioners, from a wide range of settings - the health service, universities, specialist health promotion agencies, local authorities, voluntary organisations and education. The book will appeal to a broad variety of readers, including students of health promotion and practitioners confronting the realities of collaborative working.
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