Review paper Community health case studies selected from developing and developed countries – common principles for moving from evidence to action

@inproceedings{White2009ReviewPC,
  title={Review paper Community health case studies selected from developing and developed countries – common principles for moving from evidence to action},
  author={Franklin B. White and Debra J Nanan},
  year={2009}
}
Community health is an effective strategy when it uses evidence to identify needs, resources and opportunities to assist communities to enhance their health status. To respond to community needs requires a commitment to population health research and evaluation, and to partnerships committed to a participative approach. Community health initiatives selected for this review reveal to varying degrees the incorporation of health goals within broader public agendas, collaboration of government with… CONTINUE READING

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