Consortium for Research on Equitable Health Systems (CREHS). Final Report - 1 April 2005 to 31 March 2010

Abstract

Over the past 5 years CREHS researchers have produced a rich body of new knowledge about how health systems can be strengthened to better meet the needs of poor people in LMICs, and engaged actively with decision-makers at national and international levels to communicate these results. The research programme addressed 4 main themes: financial risk protection, health workforce and accountability, service delivery at scale, and policy implementation. In addition, a number of insights related to the methodology of health policy and systems research (HSPR) have been generated.

The full report (95 pp.) and Annex 7, a final report summary (29 pp.), are available to download.

Citation

95 pp.

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