Evaluation of community public health partnerships: case study of four social networks
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Objectives: • Apply methods and measures of social network analysis for quantitative assessment of interorganizational public health partnership networks • Find a feasible method for obtaining network data from key players in public health systems • Identify aspects of interorganizational networks that are relevant to public health system partnership effectiveness
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