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Blog - 21 October 2015

Buhari needs to find new funding methods to improve Nigeria's health care | by Felix Abrahams Obi

Blog - 19 October 2015

Discussing resilient and responsive health systems in Hanoi

A story of the 2015 RESYST annual meeting

Blog - 06 October 2015

The SGD Summit in New York: Being part of history and lovin’it! | by Shakira Choonara

This post was originally written for the International Health Policies blog and can be read on the IHP site here.

Professor Thomas Piketty
Blog - 07 September 2015

Being the change: approaches to the enablement of leadership development for health systems | by Sue Cleary, Health Economics Unit, University of Cape Town

News - 07 September 2015

Webinar: Using Altmetrics to track conversations about your research

Join us for a free webinar on Tuesday 15 September, 2pm BST

Blog - 31 August 2015

Come and work with us as a Communications Assistant!

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a communications assistant to join the Health Economics and Systems Analysis (HESA) Group, working primarily on the Resilient and Responsive Health Systems (RESYST) Research Consortium. The post-holder work closely with the RESYST Research Uptake Manager to help support the planning, implementation and monitoring of communications activities and the effective dissemination of research findings and outputs from the Consortium, which will end in December 2016.

Blog - 25 August 2015

Results Based Financing: the health system perspective – a regional workshop

Jo Borghi, Gemini Mtei, Ottar Maestad & Bruno Meessen

Blog - 01 July 2015

Putting people at the heart of the health system | by Shakira Choonara

The importance of research in building resilience and responsiveness at local level

Blog - 20 May 2015

Theory of Change: a tool to guide the evaluation of complex health interventions | by Sveta McGill and Jo Borghi

In April 2015, the British Council Researcher Links programme and the Social Determinants of Health Network hosted a workshop entitled 'Towards comprehensive evaluation for health and development: promoting the integration of evaluation methods.' This blog reflects on some of the discussions and lessons learned at the workshop about how theories of change can help in the evaluation of complex health interventions.

Felix Abrahams Obi