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How to Collaborate With Municipalities: A Practical Guide for Public Health Actors
This document offers advice based on the perspectives of municipal elected officials and public servants and of public health actors involved in collaborations.
October 2020. Description. Download.  1.3 MB
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Pooling the ideas and resources of municipal and public health actors is often a promising way to achieve common goals that promote the health of the population.

Whether you intend to establish an initial contact with a municipality or to maintain an existing collaboration, this practical guide which synthesizes more than thirty Canadian resources proposes a pathway that you can adapt to your particular situation. The advice presented is based on the experience of the main interested parties: municipal elected officials and public servants, and public health actors involved in collaborations.

How to Collaborate With Municipalities: A Practical Guide for Public Health Actors
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Approaching Municipalities to Share Knowledge: Advice from Municipal Civil Servants to Public Health Actors


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