Building a system-wide approach to community relationships with the findings of a scoping review in health and social care

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Grimshaw, P; Mcnichol, E; McGowan, L;
  • Publisher: Emerald

Purpose: For leadership and management of western health systems, good quality relationships are a fundamental cornerstone of organising health and social care delivery, delivering benefits across organisations and communities. The purpose of this work is explore the ex... View more
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