Key attributes of global partnerships in food and nutrition to align research agendas and improve public health

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Partnerships among academia, government, and industry have emerged in response to global challenges in food and nutrition. At a workshop reviewing international partnerships, we concluded that to build a partnership, partners must establish a common goal, identify barriers, and engage all stakeholders to ensure project sustainability. To be effective, partnerships must synchronize methodologies and adopt evidence-based processes, and be led by governmental or nonprofit organizations to ensure trust among partners and with the public.

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Bertolo, R. F., Hentges, E., Makarchuk, M. J., Wiggins, A. K. A., Steele, H., Levin, J., … Ma, D. W. L. (2018). Key attributes of global partnerships in food and nutrition to align research agendas and improve public health. Applied Physiology, Nutrition and Metabolism, 43(7), 755–758. https://doi.org/10.1139/apnm-2017-0715

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