Engaging and Giving: The Role of Health Professionals for Social Innovation and the Care of Vulnerable Communities
Keywords:Public Health, Intersectoral Collaboration, Social Innovation
Different stakeholders carry out interventions in vulnerable communities in urban, rural, and dispersed areas, usually driven by altruistic and philanthropic intentions and may lack scientific support. They require the support of professionals who recognize the relevance of their work and are willing to get actively involved. We seek to complement and enhance interventions carried out by different stakeholders, by providing feedback and solutions to communities and governmental entities. In addition we seek to enhance the recognition of stakeholders, promote trans-professional works, develop research, projects, policies, and innovations that allow the strengthening of public health oriented towards primary health care.
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