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Fig. 2

From: The impacts of collaboration between local health care and non-health care organizations and factors shaping how they work: a systematic review of reviews

Fig. 2

Factors influencing collaboration functioning and example interactions between them

Notes: The interactions between factors are examples identified in the studies reviewed. They are not an exhaustive list of all interactions between the factors identified. The relationships may move in both directions (eg involving staff may help create a shared vision, while having a shared vision may help with the task of engaging other partners), and may support or constrain collaboration in different contexts (eg national policies can help or hinder)

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