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Co-location as a Driver for Cross-Sectoral Collaboration with General Practitioners as Coordinators: The Case of a Danish Municipal Health Centre
The issue of integrated care and inter-sectoral collaboration is on the health policy agenda in many countries. Yet, there is limited knowledge about the effects of the different policy instrumentsExpand
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Governing health equity in Scandinavian municipalities: The inter-sectorial challenge
Aims: Local governments in the Scandinavian countries are increasingly committed to reduce health inequity through ‘health equity in all policies’ (HEiAP) governance. There exists, however, only veryExpand
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Theoretical Approaches to Digital Services and Digital Democracy: The Merits of the Contextual New Medium Theory Model: Theoretical Approaches to Digital Services and Digital Democracy
This article develops a theoretical framework that can be used to analyze all types of political and administrative web applications Through a discussion and criticism of social construction ofExpand
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Voluntary associations and co-production of health promoting activities for older adults: Experiences and policy lessons from Denmark.
Demographic transitions in Europe accentuate the need to develop innovative solutions for healthy ageing. One increasingly popular policy approach is co-production between local governments andExpand
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Theoretical framework for analysing green web applications
This paper evaluates the appeal of four Danish green web applications. e purpose of the web application is to incentivise behavioural changes aimed at securing a long term sustainable climate byExpand
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Green web applications as a climate change mitigation campaign instruments
An increasing number of Danish local governments use green web applications, which are websites intended to convince users to reduce energy consumption in order to mitigate climate change. However,Expand
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Inter-Sectoral Collaboration in Municipal Health Centres: A Multi-Site Qualitative Study of Supporting Organizational Elements and Individual Drivers
Introduction: Community health centres accommodating different professional groups are expected to improve inter-sectoral collaboration between primary care providers. This study aimed to identifyExpand
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Volunteer association perceptions of municipal policy strategies to promote co-production of healthy ageing services
ABSTRACT Civic society voluntary associations promote healthy ageing by increasing older adults’ social and physical activity levels and through the co-production of services aimed at other seniorExpand
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Green web applications in a neo–institutional perspective
The aim of this paper is to demonstrate how three Danish green web applications employ different types of incentives, and to frame the analysis in a political science context. The paper focuses onExpand