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Coalitions and Partnerships in Community Health is a step-by-step guide for building durable coalitions to improve community and public health.
This important resource provides an in-depth, analytical, and practical approach to building, sustaining, and nurturing these complex organizations.
Author Frances Dunn Butterfoss includes all the tools for success in collaborative work from a research and practice-based stance. The book contains useful approaches to the issues, recommendations for action, resources for further study, and examples from actual coalition work.
Coalitions and Partnerships in Community Health explores
About the Author.
PART I: MAKING THE CASE FOR COALITIONS AND PARTNERSHIPS.
1 Historical Perspective of Coalitions.
2 Principles of Collaboration and Partnering: Coalitions Defined.
3 Why Coalitions?
4 The Community Coalition Action Theory (CCAT).
PART II: BUILDING EFFECTIVE COALITIONS AND PARTNERSHIPS.
5 Lead Agency, Coalition Staff, and Leadership.
6 Coalition Membership and Teamwork.
7 Essential Coalition Processes.
8 Coalition Infrastructure.
PART III: SUSTAINING EFFECTIVE COALITIONS AND PARTNERSHIPS.
9 Marketing the Coalition and Its Agenda.
10 Funding, Resource Development, and Sustainability.
PART IV: COALITIONS AND PARTNERSHIPS IN ACTION.
11 Community Assessment.
12 Coalitions and Planning.
13 Coalition Activities and Interventions.
14 Evaluating Coalitions and Partnerships.
15 Coalitions and Partnerships: Their Promise and Future.