Network Management at PAHO/WHO Brazil: concepts, practices, and lessons learned
Abstract[Extracted from the Presentation]. in supporting the development of networking, the PAHO/WHO Country Office in Brazil accepts the challenge to encourage new interpersonal and inter-institutional relations that are democratic and participative, are able to make decisions, and that share and foster multileadership initiatives. Upon reporting in this publication its role and the strategies to improve the management of the networks in which it participates, the PAHO/WHO Brazil Country Office aims to contribute towards the promotion of the raw material of networks—the desire and willingness of individuals to experience this new way of working—so that increasingly consistent and relevant results in public health can be achieved. In addition sharing the Organization’s experiences, this book provides an external contribution on the step-by-step proposal for implementing networks.
Organização Pan-Americana da Saúde. (2009). Network Management at PAHO/WHO Brazil: concepts, practices, and lessons learned. Organização Pan-Americana da Saúde. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/279077