Infectious Diseases of Poverty
[Accessed 13 Mar 2021]
The application of social innovation in healthcare: a scoping review
Social innovation has been applied increasingly to achieve social goals, including improved healthcare delivery, despite a lack of conceptual clarity and consensus on its definition. Beyond its tangible artefacts to address societal and structural needs, social innovation can best be understood as innovation in social relations, in power dynamics and in governance transformations, and may include institutional and systems transformations.
Authors: Lindi van Niekerk, Lenore Manderson and Dina Balabanova
Citation: Infectious Diseases of Poverty 2021 10:26
Content type: Scoping Review
Published on: 8 March 2021