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Cross-sectoral partnerships: Development and testing of tools and methods to strengthen and facilitate interdisciplinary and intersectoral partnerships, including private sector involvement, mobilization of relevant local actors and resources, and development of a tool to support and help build partnerships across various stakeholders.

Systems Thinking: Theoretical and practical insight into holistic analyzes using system mapping. Developing a focus on the system's interrelated structures, patterns and domains rather than solely addressing individual and specific events as if they were isolated from the rest of the system. Particularly suitable for working with complex interventions.

Formative evaluation: Evaluation designs and tools for use in formative evaluations in order to support continuous learning and stimulate and strengthen the development and progress of an ongoing project. Formative evaluations are based on Action Research and provide answers to current status of the project, where it is going, and how it should move forward and handle any challenges that have arisen.

Co-creation and user involvement: Many years of experience with involvement of citizens, patients, users, professionals and other stakeholders, for example through workshops, participant observations, ethnographic interviews, fieldwork and Design Thinking.

Organizational health promotion capacity: Research that examines the development of health promotion and implementation capacity in municipalities and educational institutions by building local partnerships between a large number of key actors.


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