Network analysis as a tool for assessing and building community capacity for provision of chronic disease services.

@article{Provan2004NetworkAA,
  title={Network analysis as a tool for assessing and building community capacity for provision of chronic disease services.},
  author={Keith G. Provan and Mark A Veazie and Nicolette I. Teufel-Shone and Carol Huddleston},
  journal={Health promotion practice},
  year={2004},
  volume={5 2},
  pages={174-81}
}
A network analysis was conducted in spring 2000 by the Southwest Center for Health Promotion in the U.S.-Mexico border community of Douglas, Arizona. The purpose of the analysis was to assess the level of collaboration among the 23 public and not-for-profit agencies that provided health and human services for a broad range of chronic disease prevention, screening, and treatment services. Data were also collected on levels of trust and anticipated outcomes (benefits and draw-backs) of… CONTINUE READING