To understand these so-called ‘political interferences’, one has to look at aspects of the response that lie outside of the health sector – including economic and diplomatic interests.
Despite being fundamentally concerned with change over time, historical methods from the social sciences and humanities have been neglected in HPSR
The SHAPES LGBTQI to help address the low visibility of global LGBTQI perspectives within HSG and health policy and systems research more broadly.
NSES2019 was organised jointly by the George Institute for Global Health, India and The Campbell Collaboration.
Gender is a social paradigm, critical for healthcare. There is an urgent need to keep the gender lens wide while planning for UHC.
Join Health Systems Global Thematic Working Groups at the 2017 Global Forum on Human Resources for Health.