Canadian Community As Partner: Theory & Multidisciplinary by Ardene Robinson, Ph.D. Vollman, Elizabeth T. Anderson,

By Ardene Robinson, Ph.D. Vollman, Elizabeth T. Anderson, Judith McFarlane

Rev. ed. of: Canadian neighborhood as associate / Ardene Robinson Vollman, Elizabeth T. Anderson, Judith McFarlane. 2d ed. c2008.

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Traditional and new sources of qualitative and quantitative research and evaluation evidence are used to set priorities and identify best practices for influencing health; this is called evidence-based decision making. A variety of strategies applied in a variety of settings are required to create joint action among health and other sectors to effectively influence the factors and improve the health of Canadians. Collaboration and horizontal management strategies will require agreement on common goals, coordinated planning, development of related policies, and implementation of integrated programs and services.

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