Risk identification for cross-sectoral cooperation in health promotion practice
Thesis Risk identification for cross-sectoral cooperation in health promotion practice was presented in Rīga Stradiņš University Research week (Latvia, 24-26.03.2021) and published in Research Gate:
In health promotion practice, resources often are limited, and problems are complex. Cross-sectoral cooperation is a collaborative effort in which partners from different sectors pool their resources to provide joint solutions for better health promotion; however, the general framework on how to proceed the cooperation is often missing. The Interreg Baltic Sea Region project “Urban Labs for Better Health for All in the Baltic Sea Region” (Healthy Boost) aims to boost the cross-sectoral cooperation for health and wellbeing in cities and associated partners from nine countries in the Baltic Sea Region by developing and testing the Model for the cross-sectoral cooperation.