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Behavioral Sleep Interventions in the First Six Months of Life Do not Improve Outcomes for Mothers or Infants: A Systematic Review
Objective: The United Kingdom's National Institute for Health Research has recently invited proposals for the design of a multicomponent primary care package of behavioral interventions to reduceExpand
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Understanding global health governance as a complex adaptive system
  • P. Hill
  • Medicine
  • Global public health
  • 1 September 2011
The transition from international to global health reflects the rapid growth in the numbers and nature of stakeholders in health, as well as the constant change embodied in the process ofExpand
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Health systems frameworks in their political context: framing divergent agendas
BackgroundDespite the mounting attention for health systems and health systems theories, there is a persisting lack of consensus on their conceptualisation and strengthening. This paper contributesExpand
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The rhetoric of sector-wide approaches for health development.
  • P. Hill
  • Medicine, Sociology
  • Social science & medicine
  • 1 June 2002
The past decade has witnessed an increasing concerns over the effectiveness of project-based development assistance and the promotion of sector-wide approaches (SWAps) to health as a means toExpand
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Midwifery training in post-conflict Afghanistan: tensions between educational standards and rural community needs.
OBJECTIVE To compare the performance of students selected for midwifery education by three methods: community mobilization in rural Afghanistan, a regional examination by the Institute of HealthExpand
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The Health Systems Funding Platform: Is this where we thought we were going?
BackgroundIn March 2009, the Task Force for Innovative International Financing for Health Systems recommended "a health systems funding platform for the Global Fund, GAVI Alliance, the World Bank andExpand
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Aboriginal medical services cure more than illness: a qualitative study of how Indigenous services address the health impacts of discrimination in Brisbane communities
BackgroundAboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders persistently experience a significantly lower standard of health in comparison to non-Indigenous Australians. The factors contributing to thisExpand
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Achieving equity within universal health coverage: a narrative review of progress and resources for measuring success
  • A. Rodney, P. Hill
  • Medicine, Economics
  • International Journal for Equity in Health
  • 10 October 2014
IntroductionEquity should be implicit within universal health coverage (UHC) however, emerging evidence is showing that without adequate focus on measurement of equity, vulnerable populations mayExpand
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Performance of the Antiretroviral Treatment Program in Ethiopia, 2005-2015: strengths and weaknesses toward ending AIDS.
BACKGROUND Ethiopia is one of the countries which has scaled up antiretroviral treatment (ART) over the past decade. This study reviews the performance of the ART program in Ethiopia during the pastExpand
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The power of talk and power in talk: a systematic review of Indigenous narratives of culturally safe healthcare communication.
The study aimed to explore Indigenous narrative accounts of healthcare access within qualitative research papers, to better understand Indigenous views on culturally safe healthcare and healthExpand
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