Call for Papers for Supplement: Intersectoral collaboration and integrative governance on the road for health in all policies

Call for Papers for Supplement: Intersectoral collaboration and integrative governance on the road for health in all policies

Accepted papers will be published as the special journal supplement of the 7th Global Symposium on Health Systems Research.

Call for Papers for Supplement: Intersectoral collaboration and integrative governance on the road for health in all policies

This call for papers is jointly organised by the journal Health Policy and Planning and the organizer of the Seventh Global Symposium on Health Systems Research – Health Systems Global.

Accepted papers will be published as the special journal supplement of the 7th Global Symposium on Health Systems Research, which took place between October 31-November 4, 2022 in Bogota, Colombia.

This supplement will focus on the symposium’s overarching theme Health Systems Performance in the Political Agenda: Sharing Lessons for Current and Future Global Challenges, and the following sub-theme: Intersectoral collaboration and integrative governance on the road for health in all policies. 

You can read more about the symposium/supplement theme and sub-theme here.

Original research articles as well as review papers are invited. We particularly welcome papers that not only analyse problems but seek to provide solutions and insights into a path forward that improves health systems performance.

Full manuscripts should be submitted to the journal by 1 March 2023 through the submission link on the journal website. During the submission process please note your paper is to be considered as part of this special issue.

Papers that receive positive reviews but are not deemed suitable for this supplement, may be considered for individual publication in Health Policy and Planning.

It is our aim that at minimum 60-70% of papers will come from a low- and/or middle-income country author, listed as the first author on the paper.

The supplement is funded by the International Development Research Centre (IDRC). The views expressed in the journal supplement do not necessarily reflect the views of the donor organizations.

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