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Category Archives: Discussions
Nov 2012 – Comparative health policy analysis of four post-Soviet countries: what can we learn from a natural experiment is a health system transformation?
A new project drawing on the GHLC analytical approach now completed: ‘Comparative health policy analysis of four post-Soviet countries: what can we learn from a natural experiment is a health system transformation?’. The project is led by Baktygul Akkazieva, WHO, … Continue reading
The Miz-Hasab Research Centre dissemination meeting in Addis Ababa. Tuesday 29th January at Ras Amba Hotel, Addis Ababa between 4:00 – 9:00 PM
Please come and join us on 29th January at Ras Amba Hotel, Addis Ababa between 4:00 – 9:00 PM for a dissemination meeting. The meeting will be hosted and organised by the Miz-Hasab Research Centre, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. You can follow … Continue reading
Innovative health financing and the achievement of Universal Coverage in the Mekong Countries: Cambodia, Lao PDR and Vietnam Come and see how we apply the Good Health at Low Cost analytical approach to health financing innovations in the … Continue reading
Please come and meet the GHLC editors (Professor Anne Mills, Professor Martin McKee and Dr Dina Balabanova) and authors on Thursday 1st November at 16:00. You will find the team at Table 9 in the Marketplace at the Global Symposium on Health Systems … Continue reading
The three documentaries produced from the ‘Good Health at Low Cost 25 years on’ project are now available to all to watch for free online. Each contains some vital messages that can be applied worldwide. We hope you enjoy them!!! … Continue reading
GHLC at the 2nd Global Symposium of Health Systems Research, Beijing 31st October – 3rd November 2012
The team behind ‘Good Health at Low Cost 25 years on’ will be well represented at the Second Global Symposium on Health Systems Research which is taking place in Beijing from 31 October to 3 November 2012. Two of the … Continue reading
This year’s World AIDS Day comes at an exciting time for HIV prevention and treatment. Thirty years after the first case was reported, new science has now shown that treating people with HIV medication (anti-retrovirals) can substantially reduce the risk of transmission while smarter … Continue reading
Over the last two years, I have written a few times about the work that the team and I have been doing on discovering the secret of Bangladesh’s ability to produce so much improvement in the health status of the … Continue reading
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