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Il ruolo delle partnership nella promozione della salute delle comunità
Titolo Rivista: PSICOLOGIA DI COMUNITA’ 
Autori/Curatori: Irene Barbieri, Gabriele Prati, Cinzia Albanesi, Christian Compare, Elvira Cicognani 
Anno di pubblicazione:  2020 Fascicolo: Lingua: Italiano 
Numero pagine:  20 P. 63-82 Dimensione file:  298 KB
DOI:  10.3280/PSC2020-002005
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L’attivazione di partnership è da tempo riconosciuta come una componente centrale degli interventi di promozione della salute. Una questione ancora aperta riguarda come valutare la qualità del lavoro di partnership e i processi che lo rendono efficace. L’obiettivo di questo con-tributo consiste nell’esplorare se il tipo di ruolo e di contributo dato dai/alle partecipanti all’interno del programma "Guadagnare salute nei contesti di comunità" della regione Emilia Romagna (2014-2016) influisca sull’efficacia del lavoro di partnership. È stato somministrato un questionario a un campione di 238 persone (65,4% donne, età media = 51,13 anni). I risultati evidenziano che i ruoli assunti e le tipologie di contributo offerto dai/alle partecipanti influi-scono sull’efficacia della collaborazione; in particolare, sulla qualità percepita del lavoro di partnership, il senso di comunità e l’empowerment.


Keywords: Partnership, promozione della salute, senso di comunità, empowerment, partecipazione, approccio di comunità.

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Irene Barbieri, Gabriele Prati, Cinzia Albanesi, Christian Compare, Elvira Cicognani, in "PSICOLOGIA DI COMUNITA’" 2/2020, pp. 63-82, DOI:10.3280/PSC2020-002005

   

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