Archive: ExpandNet/WHO Toolkit for Scaling Up Health Innovations
ExpandNet/WHO Toolkit for Scaling Up Health Innovations
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ExpandNet is a global network of public health professionals seeking to advance the practice and science of scaling up successful health innovations tested in pilot, experimental and demonstration projects. This collection by ExpandNet was developed to help public health professionals to:
design pilot projects and other implementation research to facilitate future scale up
develop a scaling up strategy for successfully tested interventions
strategically manage the scaling-up process
access publications and other scaling-up resources
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