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High-income countries remain overrepresented in highly ranked public health journals: A descriptive analysis of research settings and authorship affiliations (Taylor & Francis, 2020-02-04)Scientific contribution in high-impact journals is largely from authors affiliated with institutions in high-income countries (HICs). Publication of papers by contribution of individual countries to leading journals can ...
Identifying priorities for physiotherapy research in the UK: The James Lind Alliance Physiotherapy Priority Setting Partnership (Elsevier, 2019-07-29)To identify unanswered questions for physiotherapy research and help set and prioritise the top 10 generic research priorities for the UK physiotherapy profession; updating previous clinical condition- specific priorities ...
Impact of person-centered interventions on patient outcomes in acute care settings: A systematic review (Wolters Kluwer, 2020-02-05)Preventing adverse events is one of the most important issues in health care. The purpose of this systematic review was to determine the impact of person-centered interventions on patient outcomes in an acute care setting. ...
Results-based financing as a strategic purchasing intervention: Some progress but much further to go in Zimbabwe? (BMC, 2020)Background Results-Based Financing (RBF) has proliferated in the health sectors of low and middle income countries, especially those which are fragile or conflict-affected, and has been presented by some as a way of ...
Performance-based financing, basic packages of health services and user fee exemption mechanisms: An analysis of health financing policy integration in three fragile and conflict-affected settings (Springer, 2020)Background: As performance-based financing (PBF) is increasingly implemented across sub-Saharan Africa, some authors have suggested that it could be a ‘stepping stone’ for health system strengthening and broad health ...