عنوان مقاله [English]
Introduction: The concept of spatial planning has been raised in Iran for many years. The Spatial Planning directive of Medical Higher Education was approved as the first in Iran in 2015. Intersectoral collaboration is one of the important dimensions for implementation of this policy. So, we are trying to design an intersectoral collaboration model for implementing Spatial Planning policy of Medical Higher Education in Iran.
Methods: This study will be carried out by use of synthetic method and grounded theory as qualitative strategy. The target population of this study is managers of Iran Ministry of Health and managers of medical universities. Sampling will be stopped whenever information is saturated. Data will be gathered by Library study, literature review, interview and questionnaire and analyzed using proper software. The result will be published in relevant journals.
Conclusion: Eleven relative components have been extracted by literature reviews which are investigated in 3 groups of inputs, operations and outputs. This study will try to answer to the questions about some issues such as Strengths and Challenges in the collaboration of involved organizations and improving these intersectoral collaborations for better implementation of spatial planning policy in Iran.
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