Partnerships between organisations are most useful when the issue is complex, solutions are likely to cross organisational boundaries and when new and innovative ways of thinking are needed.
But how do we build successful partnerships to achieve these benefits? The diagram below highlights the seven attributes that The CEIH recognises to support quality partnerships in health. Leaders in the health sector can help partnerships to flourish by mobilising and sharing resources for collaborative action, creating space for the complexity of joint planning, cultivating shared accountability, and rewarding partnership action.
Check out our Partnership Cycle which illustrates the key phases and activities involved in building quality, sustainable partnerships. We look forward to supporting quality partnerships across the health sector in South Australia.
For more information see Partnerships Program.
If you have an idea of what would help your partnership journey, contact us.