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Framing the Core: Health Inequalities and Poverty in Saskatoon's Low-income Neighbourhoods
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Articles and books
Lasker, R.D. and E.S. Weiss (2003). Creating partnership synergy : the critical role of community stakeholders. Journal of Health and Human Services Administration, 26 ( 1), 119-39. Abstract available on the PubMed site.

Salamon, L. M. (ed). (2002). The State of Nonprofit America. USA : Brookings Institution Press. Read a summary on the site of Brookings Institution Press.

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Framing the Core: Health Inequalities and Poverty in Saskatoon's Low-Income Neighbourhoods
This document proposes that an awareness of the "frames" used by not-for-profits and public health actors can contribute to more successful partnerships to tackle issues of common interest. 
Published in June 2011.  DescriptionDownload  563 K

This document presents a description of the five key frames used respectively by Quint Development Corporation and the Saskatoon Health Region in discussions of the communities, particularly the city's lowest income neighbourhoods, they serve.

These frames orient their definitions of the populations they serve, the key problems and their determinants as they see them as well as the main approaches to resolving them.
This is the first of a series of publications issuing from our project with not-for-profit organizations. The focal point of these is on the partnerships between not-for-profits and public health actors.

Framing the Core: Health Inequalities and Poverty in Saskatoon's Low-Income Neighbourhoods
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