Research policy

World Report on Knowledge for Better Health


Boxes

  • 1.1 Health system constraints in Haiti
  • 1.2 Policing disease: Hong Kong’s rapid response to SARS
  • 1.3 The first global health treaty is based on research
  • 1.4 Important lessons for governments on developing better risk communications
  • 1.5 Implementing good clinical practice guidelines in developing countries
  • 1.6 Promoting health equity
  • 2.1 How Tanzania is using research to reform its health system
  • 2.2 Lao national drug policy
  • 2.3 INDEPTH
  • 2.4 Studying how societies optimize human health and well-being
  • 3.1 Evaluating biomedical research in the United States
  • 3.2 Creating a national health research system in the Philippines
  • 3.3 New Zealand: health research for Maori by Maori
  • 3.4 Public-private partnerships for research and development
  • 3.5 Innovative financing schemes for health research
  • 3.6 Building research capacity in South Africa
  • 3.7 Technology transfer to developing countries
  • 3.8 Creating an enabling working environment
  • 3.9 Brain drain or science gain?
  • 3.10 Fostering international collaboration
  • 3.11 A new social contract: HINARI bridges the digital divide
  • 3.12 WHO’s Health Evidence Network
  • 3.13 Essential evidence for better practice in reproductive health
  • 3.14 Collective benchmarking of health research systems
  • 4.1 Research to policy: a contrarian’s view
  • 4.2 A five-step approach to knowledge transfer
  • 4.3 Evidence-based health policy in Mexico
  • 4.4 A decade of diabetes research in Cameroon and its political impact
  • 4.5 INCLEN’s Knowledge Plus Project
  • 4.6 Translating research findings into practice
  • 4.7 Case study: the Equity Gauge Three Pillar Model
  • 4.8 Research to policy: views of senior policy-makers
  • 4.9 European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies
  • 4.10 Improving care during pregnancy and delivery
  • 4.11 Field research influences health policy
  • 4.12 Why research fails? A letter from an anthropologist
  • 4.13 Community participation in health research: an example from Nepal
  • 4.14 Research for control: the onchocerciasis experience
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