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While all CLASP projects were multidisciplinary, CMHH and HCBD were distinct in their multisectoral approaches (Box 3).
The first step was a review and qualitative analysis of 183 knowledge products produced by CMHH and HCBD, including peer-reviewed publications, grey literature and evaluation documents, to identify new or changed policies (where there was evidence that they were at least in part influenced by CLASP) and the related key lessons learned.
In the second step, eight key informant interviews were conducted with former members of both projects, including health department staff (HCBD and CMHH), municipal planners (HCBD), and municipal transportation demand management staff (CMHH) who were closely involved with the project implementation and evaluation.
Creating new staff positions or reallocating existing staff was a pathway used to support cross-sectoral policy work across both CMHH and HCBD.
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