References

References

Community Health Needs Assessment
Community Benefit and Community Health
Collaboration and Partnerships
  • The Advocacy Institute. (2005). Empower the Coalition: Making Partnerships and Collaborations That Work. Washington, DC: The Advocacy Institute. Retrieved from http://www.advocacy.org/coalitions
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Leadership
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Community Building and Engagement
  • Block, P. (2009). Community: The Structure of Belonging. Berrett-Koehler Publishers.
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Communication
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