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- 1 The Rise of Networks and Network Working
- 2 Networks — An Overview
- 3 Types of Networks Explained
- 4 Networks and Hierarchies
- 5 Learning and Knowledge Networks
- 6 Developing Your Network
- 7 Leading Healthcare Networks
- 8 What Makes Networks Effective? (And How Do We Know if They Are?)
- 9 Networks and Innovation
- Network Diagnostics
- Network Diagnostics
- Suggested Further Network Reads
- About the Authors