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[Who, how and what: community health and local administration]. / Quién, cómo y qué: salud comunitaria y administración local.

Hernán García, Mariano; March, Sebastià; Botello Díaz, Blanca; Cubillo Llanes, Jara; Gea Caballero, Vicente; Segura Benedicto, Andreu.
Gac Sanit; 32 Suppl 1: 1-4, 2018 10.
Artículo en Español | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-30390824
The thirteenth SESPAS (Spanish society of public health and health management) report is structured in three blocks Who, How and What about community health and local governance. In the who block the main agents working in community health are described communities, health care system, and local government; and how their relations and implication in community health have evolved; which concepts are used; what is the current situation and which challenges they have. The How block contains methodological views, oriented towards implementation of community interventions, based upon participatory tools, development of networks and review of evidence and evaluations to build a National Strategy of Health Promotion of the Spanish Ministry of Health, welfare and consumers affairs including suitable deontologic principles. Finally, the what block refers to a wide range of experiences of community health at the local level as well as training in community health, urbanism, gender, neighborhoods, healthy universities. Additionally, besides regular papers, we show dialogs including debates to further develop community health. It contains 18 papers, without taking into account this introduction, authored by 40 men and 49 women.