A framework for stakeholder identification in concept mapping and health research: a novel process and its application to older adult mobility and the built environment

@inproceedings{Schiller2013AFF,
  title={A framework for stakeholder identification in concept mapping and health research: a novel process and its application to older adult mobility and the built environment},
  author={Claire Schiller and Meghan Winters and Heather M. Hanson and Maureen C Ashe},
  booktitle={BMC public health},
  year={2013}
}
BACKGROUND Stakeholders, as originally defined in theory, are groups or individual who can affect or are affected by an issue. Stakeholders are an important source of information in health research, providing critical perspectives and new insights on the complex determinants of health. The intersection of built and social environments with older adult mobility is an area of research that is fundamentally interdisciplinary and would benefit from a better understanding of stakeholder perspectives… CONTINUE READING
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