Accountability through Participation : Developing Workable Partnership Models in the Health Sector

  title={Accountability through Participation : Developing Workable Partnership Models in the Health Sector},
  author={Andrea Cornwall and Henry Lucas and Kath Pasteur},
In recent years, and at least partly in response to an emerging crisis in health care provision in many countries, there has been a major shift in attitudes to community involvement. Approaches that saw communities primarily as passive recipients of health care have given way to those which seek to make more of the potential that more active community participation might offer for enhanced accountability and improved responsiveness of services. With this shift has come a greater emphasis on… CONTINUE READING

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