Journal of Urban Health

, Volume 80, Issue 1, pp 50–53 | Cite as

Commentary: Model of community health governance: Applicability to community-Based participatory research partnerships

  • Barbara A. Israel


Public Health Community Health Participatory Research Research Partnership Health Governance 
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