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The Global Programme on Health Promotion Effectiveness

A Case Study of Global Partnership Functioning
  • J. Hope Corbin
  • Maurice B. Mittelmark

Keywords

Health Promotion Financial Resource Negative Cycle Global Programme Partnership Model 
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References

  1. Corbin, JH (2006) Interactive Processes in Global Partnership: A Case Study of the Global Programme for Health Promotion Effectiveness IUHPE Research Report Series 1 (1), 1-70Google Scholar
  2. GPHPE (2002) Brief Presentation of the Global Programme on Health Promotion Effectiveness: Global Programme on Health Promotion EffectivenessGoogle Scholar
  3. GPHPE (2004a) Brief Presentation of the Global Programme on Health Promotion Effectiveness: Global Programme on Health Promotion EffectivenessGoogle Scholar
  4. GPHPE (2004b) The Global Programme on Health Promotion Effectiveness Promotion and Education, XI (3), 167-168Google Scholar
  5. GPHPE (2005) The Global Programme on Health Promotion Effectiveness Leaflet (pp 167-168): Global Programme on Health Promotion EffectivenessGoogle Scholar
  6. Wandersman, A, Goodman, RM & Butterfoss, F (1997) Understanding Coalitions and How They Operate: An “Open Systems” Organizational Framework In: M Minkler (ed), Community Organizing and Community Building for Health (pp 261-277) New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University PressGoogle Scholar

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  • J. Hope Corbin
  • Maurice B. Mittelmark

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