Latest news & blogs

Blog - 23 May 2016

Union government budget… no boost to public health services in India | by T Sundararaman, I Mukhopadhyay, and V Muraleedharan

Blog - 17 May 2016

Women Deliver Fourth Global Conference | by Sephy Valuks

Stay up to date on RESYST highlights from #WD2016.

News - 05 May 2016

Women Deliver Global Conference

The Women Deliver fourth global conference will be held in Copenhagen, Denmark from 16-19 May, 2016.

News - 05 May 2016

London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine to co-organise the 2018 Health Systems Global Symposium

Health Systems Global has chosen Liverpool as the host city for its fifth global symposium on health systems research in 2018.

News - 27 April 2016

New country briefs on healthcare purchasing

A new series of RESYST policy briefs show how health service purchasers function in South Africa, Nigeria, Kenya, Thailand and Vietnam.

Organisational Psychologist, Alison Du Toit
Blog - 13 April 2016

Why #HPSResearchers should be action-learning enthusiasts! | by Shakira Choonara, Centre for Health Policy PhD Fellow & EU Future Leader for Health

Fostering a long-term partnership with health practitioners has generated a true appreciation of dedication, hard-work and the importance of researcher-practitioner engagement in manoeuvring a constant maze of systemic constraints.

News - 05 April 2016

Webinar: Promoting accountability in the implementation of Nigeria’s National Health Act

Join us for a free webinar on Tuesday 19 April 2016.

Viroj Tangcharoensathien
News - 25 January 2016

Webinar: Demonstrating research impact

Join us for a free webinar on Monday 1st February, 10am GMT.

News - 16 December 2015

South Africa needs to spend more on health care to achieve universal cover

An article written by RESYST partners, Di McIntyre and Jane Doherty has been published on the independent news source ‘The Conversation’.

News - 07 December 2015

Universal Health Coverage Day - 12th December 2015

RESYST will be joining hundreds of other organisations pushing for greater action to deliver UHC, marking the day on social media and joining the twitter thunderclap.

Blog - 03 December 2015

10 things I learned (or learned more) about pay-for-performance | by Kara Hanson

Professor Kara Hanson reflects on her experiences at RESYST's P4P workshop in Tanzania