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Values conflicts in professional-community collaborations

James E Sabin

DOI: 10.20529/IJME.2010.090


Improving public health frequently requires collaboration between professional and community-based organisations. Health professionals and community activists typically bring different educational backgrounds, social experiences, and values to their collaboration. If handled well, these differences can lead to creative outcomes. If handled poorly, they can sabotage a programme’s potential.

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