Practical Evaluation Designs for Improving the Quality of Health Care Implementation

January 25, 2016, 07:00 AM (EST)

In a collaboration with GHD Online, the Quality TWG of HSG held a vibrant webinar on Evaluation Designs for QI projects on Monday 25 th of January. Anchored by a case presentation on a hand washing project in sub-Saharan African countries, Rohit Ramaswamy from UNC Gillings School of Global Pubic Hea...

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Universal Health Coverage Reforms Drive Demand for Evidence in Francophone Africa

October 28, 2015, 10:00AM (EDT)

This webinar was conducted in French with simultaneous English language translation.  For a recap of the webinar, recording of the session (in French) and related resources, please go here . 

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Translating Evidence to Policy: It has been done! Learning from the Chilean Health Benefits Plan development process

22 July 2015

Health Systems’ Global (HSG)’s  Translating Evidence into Action Working Group  hosted this webinar exploring Chile’s use of evidence in the design of their Universal Access with Explicit Guarantees (AUGE) health benefit plan (HBP) and reflecting on factors that can facilit...

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Health systems research in fragile and conflict-affected states: creating consensus on a global research agenda

Wed, May 27, 2015 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM UK time

Date and Time: Wed, May 27, 2015 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM UK time With talk of ‘wake up calls’ and ‘windows of opportunity’ the Ebola outbreak in West Africa has prompted attention to health systems in conflict-affected and fragile states. This focus is welcomed. But how can research support streng...

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Advances in knowledge on the role of the private sector in health systems


Earlier this year, Health Policy and Planning released a special supplement on the role of the private sector in health. The supplement was a direct result of a meeting in Toronto, Canada held in 2011. The symposium invited researchers and policy makers around the world to participate with presentat...

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