Many Health Partnerships choose to sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU), either at the start of the partnership or to formalise the work of an existing partnership. Developing an MoU can be an important way to ensure that both partners agree on the broad purpose of the partnership, as well as setting out how the two sides will work together. An MoU can encourage a greater feeling of ownership by both partners – provided that the process of developing and drafting the MoU is a true collaboration, rather than being driven from the UK.
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