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How to work with local communities to improve population health: big data and small data

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  • Collaborators Working group ‘Asturias Community Health Guide’ (2016): Marcial Vicente Argüelles Suárez; Nadia María García Alas; Amelia González López; José Antonio González Fernández; José Ramón Hevia Fernández; Marta María Pisano González; José Feliciano Tato Budiño; Belén Álvarez Delgado; Ana Cortés Velarde; Yolanda Cotiello Cueria; Jara Cubillo Llanes; Ana Belén Díaz Fernández; Patricia Escartín Lasierra; Emilio Parajón Posada and Community Health School (A Pie De Barrio); Margarita Fernández Fernández; Olga Fernández Fernández; Adriana Fernández García; Silvia Fernández Rodríguez; Yurema de la Fuente Rodríguez; Daniel García Blanco; Ana Covadonga González Pisano; María Guiomar González Trespando; Dolors Juvinyà Canal; Ana María López Menéndez; Lara Menéndez González; Beatriz Nuin González; Pablo Pérez Solís; Manuel del Rivero Pérez; María Jesús Rodríguez Nachón; Juan Luis Ruiz-Giménez Aguilar; Marta Sastre Paz; Andreu Segura Benedicto; Sociedad de Enfermería de Atención Primaria en Asturias (SEAPA); Marian Uría Urraza; María Isabel Villamil Díaz.

  • Contributors RC had the original idea for the commentary and wrote the first draft. OS and SL-V revised the paper and completed box, reflections and conclusions.

  • Competing interests None declared.

  • Provenance and peer review Commissioned; externally peer reviewed.