By Antonella Di Marzio (Oxford University Press) and Natasha Salaria (London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine)
With more than 1,100 papers mentioned by policy sources so far, Health Policy and Planning is increasingly demonstrating its impact on health systems policy at a global level, thus helping bridge the gap between academic research and its real-life application.
A new collection from Health Policy and Planning provides recent examples of high-impact work in health policy and systems research focusing on low- and middle-income countries. Covering multiple topics and regions, the papers featured span across several article types, and have been cited by organisations such as the WHO, the FAO, the World Bank, and many more.
Keep reading on the Health Policy and Planning journal site, and re-discover our policy highlights!
Read the collection of articles here.