Journal article

The evolution of multiagency partnerships for safety over the course of research engagement: experiences from the NoGAPS project.

Caroline F Finch, Alex Donaldson, Belinda J Gabbe, Akram Muhammad, Anna Wong Shee, David G Lloyd, Jill Cook

Injury Prevention | Published : 2016


OBJECTIVE: Implementation of effective population-level injury prevention interventions requires broad multiagency partnerships. Different stakeholders address this from varying perspectives, and potential conflicts in priorities need to be addressed for such partnerships to be effective. The researcher-led National Guidance for Australian football Partnerships and Safety (NoGAPS) project involved the engagement and participation of seven non-academic partners, including government health promotion and safety agencies; peak sports professional and advocacy bodies and health insurance organisations. DESIGN: The partnership's ongoing development was assessed by each partner completing the Vict..

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