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Fig. 1 | Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine

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From: Patient-centered boundary mechanisms to foster intercultural partnerships in health care: a case study in Guatemala

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Diagram with actors and relations involved in the case study. Left hand side: Mayan knowledge system. Right hand side: Biomedical knowledge system. Top: study coordination and facilitation. Center: Medical systems. Bottom: Maya society. Black: Main actors and relations directly involved in the study. Grey: Contextual actors and relations influencing main actors. Solid arrows: relations that preexist the project. Dashed arrows: Relations established during a previous project [47, 48]. Black dotted arrows: relations established by the research design. Grey dotted arrows: Potential future indirect impacts of the study outcomes

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