It’s hard to play ball: A qualitative study of knowledge exchange and silo effects in public health

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Johnson, Rebecca; Grove, Amy; Clarke, Aileen;
(2018)

Background\ud Partnerships in public health form an important component of commissioning and implementing services, in England and internationally. In this research, we examine the views of staff involved in a City-wide health improvement programme which ran from 2009 t... View more
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