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Volume 7: No. 6, November 2010

MOBILIZING ACTION TOWARD COMMUNITY HEALTH (MATCH)
Partnerships to Improve Community Health: An Interview With Professor David Kindig of MATCH


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Suggested citation for this article: Partnerships to improve community health: an interview with professor David Kindig of MATCH. Prev Chronic Dis 2010;7(6):A113. Accessed [date].

Professor David Kindig is emeritus professor of population and health sciences at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health and co-principal Investigator for the Mobilizing Action Toward Community Health (MATCH) project, which is funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. In this interview, Fran Kritz, editor of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Public Health page, talks with Dr Kindig about including the business sector in partnerships to improve community health.

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Icon indicating a podcastPartnerships to Improve Community Health (Part 1) (MP3–11Mb)
[A transcript of this interview is also available.]

Icon indicating a podcastPartnerships to Improve Community Health (Part 2) (MP3–3.5Mb)
[A transcript of this interview is also available.]

 




 



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