Keyword Index

A

  • Abuse Improving Fraud and Abuse Detection in General Physician Claims: A Data Mining Study [Volume 5, Issue 3, 2016, Pages 165-172]
  • Access to Healthcare Decentralisation of Health Services in Fiji: A Decision Space Analysis [Volume 5, Issue 3, 2016, Pages 173-181]
  • Access to Healthcare Determinants of Healthcare Utilisation and Out-of-Pocket Payments in the Context of Free Public Primary Healthcare in Zambia [Volume 5, Issue 12, 2016, Pages 693-703]
  • Accountability Challenges Facing Healthwatch, a New Consumer Champion in England [Volume 5, Issue 4, 2016, Pages 259-263]
  • Accountability Searching for the Right to Health in the Sustainable Development Agenda; Comment on “Rights Language in the Sustainable Development Agenda: Has Right to Health Discourse and Norms Shaped Health Goals?” [Volume 5, Issue 5, 2016, Pages 337-339]
  • Accountability for Reasonableness Expanded HTA: Enhancing Fairness and Legitimacy [Volume 5, Issue 1, 2016, Pages 1-3]
  • Accountability for Reasonableness (A4R) Beyond the Black Box Approach to Ethics!; Comment on “Expanded HTA: Enhancing Fairness and Legitimacy” [Volume 5, Issue 6, 2016, Pages 393-394]
  • Act and Rules Correcting India’s Chronic Shortage of Drug Inspectors to Ensure the Production and Distribution of Safe, High-Quality Medicines [Volume 5, Issue 9, 2016, Pages 535-542]
  • Adaptive Moves Whistle Blowing: A Message to Leaders and Managers; Comment on “Cultures of Silence and Cultures of Voice: The Role of Whistleblowing in Healthcare Organizations” [Volume 5, Issue 4, 2016, Pages 265-266]
  • Adoption Adoption of Electronic Personal Health Records in Canada: Perceptions of Stakeholders [Volume 5, Issue 7, 2016, Pages 425-433]
  • Advertising Considering the Future of Pharmaceutical Promotions in Social Media; Comment on “Trouble Spots in Online Direct-to-Consumer Prescription Drug Promotion: A Content Analysis of FDA Warning Letters” [Volume 5, Issue 4, 2016, Pages 283-285]
  • Africa The Evolving Role of Physicians - Don’t Forget the Generalist Primary Care Providers; Comment on “Non-physician Clinicians in Sub-Saharan Africa and the Evolving Role of Physicians” [Volume 5, Issue 10, 2016, Pages 605-606]
  • Agenda-Setting Power and Politics in the Global Health Landscape: Beliefs, Competition and Negotiation Among Global Advocacy Coalitions in the Policy-Making Process [Volume 5, Issue 5, 2016, Pages 309-320]
  • Agenda-Setting Power and Agenda-Setting in Tanzanian Health Policy: An Analysis of Stakeholder Perspectives [Volume 5, Issue 6, 2016, Pages 355-363]
  • AIDS Politics and Power in Global Health: The Constituting Role of Conflicts; Comment on “Navigating Between Stealth Advocacy and Unconscious Dogmatism: The Challenge of Researching the Norms, Politics and Power of Global Health” [Volume 5, Issue 2, 2016, Pages 117-119]
  • Antiretroviral (ARV) Politics and Power in Global Health: The Constituting Role of Conflicts; Comment on “Navigating Between Stealth Advocacy and Unconscious Dogmatism: The Challenge of Researching the Norms, Politics and Power of Global Health” [Volume 5, Issue 2, 2016, Pages 117-119]
  • Attitude Attitude of Iranian Medical Oncologists Toward Economic Aspects, and Policy-making in Relation to New Cancer Drugs [Volume 5, Issue 2, 2016, Pages 99-105]
  • Audit Bed Utilisation in an Irish Regional Paediatric Unit – A Cross-Sectional Study Using the Paediatric Appropriateness Evaluation Protocol (PAEP) [Volume 5, Issue 11, 2016, Pages 643-652]
  • Austerity Is It More Important to Address the Issue of Patient Mobility or to Guarantee Universal Health Coverage in Europe?; Comment on “Regional Incentives and Patient Cross-Border Mobility: Evidence From the Italian Experience” [Volume 5, Issue 1, 2016, Pages 47-50]
  • Austerity The Challenge of Complementary and Alternative Medicine After Austerity: A Response to Recent Commentaries [Volume 5, Issue 1, 2016, Pages 77-78]
  • Austerity National Health Service Principles as Experienced by Vulnerable London Migrants in “Austerity Britain”: A Qualitative Study of Rights, Entitlements, and Civil-Society Advocacy [Volume 5, Issue 10, 2016, Pages 589-597]
  • Autonomy Decentralisation – A Portmanteau Concept That Promises Much but Fails to Deliver?; Comment on “Decentralisation of Health Services in Fiji: A Decision Space Analysis” [Volume 5, Issue 12, 2016, Pages 729-732]

B

  • Bed Occupancy Bed Utilisation in an Irish Regional Paediatric Unit – A Cross-Sectional Study Using the Paediatric Appropriateness Evaluation Protocol (PAEP) [Volume 5, Issue 11, 2016, Pages 643-652]
  • Bed Utilisation Bed Utilisation in an Irish Regional Paediatric Unit – A Cross-Sectional Study Using the Paediatric Appropriateness Evaluation Protocol (PAEP) [Volume 5, Issue 11, 2016, Pages 643-652]
  • Belie Values in Health Policy – A Concept Analysis [Volume 5, Issue 11, 2016, Pages 623-630]
  • Beliefs and Norms Power and Politics in the Global Health Landscape: Beliefs, Competition and Negotiation Among Global Advocacy Coalitions in the Policy-Making Process [Volume 5, Issue 5, 2016, Pages 309-320]
  • Belief Systems Politics, Power, Poverty and Global Health: Systems and Frames [Volume 5, Issue 10, 2016, Pages 599-604]
  • Biologics Access to Care for Multiple Sclerosis in Times of Economic Crisis in Greece – the HOPE II Study [Volume 5, Issue 2, 2016, Pages 83-89]
  • Botswana Analysing the Stewardship Function in Botswana’s Health System: Reflecting on the Past, Looking to the Future [Volume 5, Issue 12, 2016, Pages 705-713]
  • Boundaries From Headline to Hard Grind: The Importance of Understanding Public Administration in Achieving Health Outcomes; Comment on “Understanding the Role of Public Administration in Implementing Action on the Social Determinants of Health and Health Inequities” [Volume 5, Issue 7, 2016, Pages 439-442]
  • Budget Planning and Budgeting for Nutrition Programs in Tanzania: Lessons Learned From the National Vitamin A Supplementation Program [Volume 5, Issue 10, 2016, Pages 583-588]
  • Budget Constraint Defining Pathways and Trade-offs Toward Universal Health Coverage; Comment on “Ethical Perspective: Five Unacceptable Trade-offs on the Path to Universal Health Coverage” [Volume 5, Issue 7, 2016, Pages 445-447]
  • Budget Impact Expanded HTA: Enhancing Fairness and Legitimacy [Volume 5, Issue 1, 2016, Pages 1-3]
  • Budget Impact Expanded HTA, Legitimacy and Independence; Comment on “Expanded HTA: Enhancing Fairness and Legitimacy” [Volume 5, Issue 9, 2016, Pages 565-567]
  • Bureaucratic Rules Governance: Blending Bureaucratic Rules with Day to Day Operational Realities; Comment on “Governance, Government, and the Search for New Provider Models” [Volume 5, Issue 9, 2016, Pages 553-555]

C

  • Canada Introducing New Priority Setting and Resource Allocation Processes in a Canadian Healthcare Organization: A Case Study Analysis Informed by Multiple Streams Theory [Volume 5, Issue 1, 2016, Pages 23-31]
  • Canada Adoption of Electronic Personal Health Records in Canada: Perceptions of Stakeholders [Volume 5, Issue 7, 2016, Pages 425-433]
  • Canada Priority Setting Meets Multiple Streams: A Match to Be Further Examined?; Comment on “Introducing New Priority Setting and Resource Allocation Processes in a Canadian Healthcare Organization: A Case Study Analysis Informed by Multiple Streams Theory” [Volume 5, Issue 8, 2016, Pages 497-499]
  • Canada Legalizing and Regulating Marijuana in Canada: Review of Potential Economic, Social, and Health Impacts [Volume 5, Issue 8, 2016, Pages 453-456]
  • Capacities of Health Officials Decision Space and Capacities in the Decentralization of Health Services in Fiji; Comment on “Decentralisation of Health Services in Fiji: A Decision Space Analysis” [Volume 5, Issue 7, 2016, Pages 443-444]
  • Capacity Building How Can a Global Social Support System Hope to Achieve Fairer Competiveness?; Comment on “A Global Social Support System: What the International Community Could Learn From the United States’ National Basketball Association” [Volume 5, Issue 3, 2016, Pages 205-206]
  • Capturing Data on Out-migration of Health Workers Accelerate Implementation of the WHO Global Code of Practice on International Recruitment of Health Personnel: Experiences From the South East Asia Region; Comment on “Relevance and Effectiveness of the WHO Global Code Practice on the International Recruitment of Health Personnel – Ethical and Systems Perspectives” [Volume 5, Issue 1, 2016, Pages 43-46]
  • Care-Seeking Care Seeking Patterns of STIs-Associated Symptoms in Iran: Findings of a Population-Based Survey [Volume 5, Issue 1, 2016, Pages 5-11]
  • Catastrophic Health Expenditures (CHE) Catastrophic Health Expenditure After the Implementation of Health Sector Evolution Plan: A Case Study in the West of Iran [Volume 5, Issue 7, 2016, Pages 417-423]
  • Centralisation Decentralisation – A Portmanteau Concept That Promises Much but Fails to Deliver?; Comment on “Decentralisation of Health Services in Fiji: A Decision Space Analysis” [Volume 5, Issue 12, 2016, Pages 729-732]
  • Certification Strategic Faults in Implementation of Hospital Accreditation Programs in Developing Countries: Reflections on the Iranian Experience [Volume 5, Issue 9, 2016, Pages 515-517]
  • Chantal Mouffe Politics and Power in Global Health: The Constituting Role of Conflicts; Comment on “Navigating Between Stealth Advocacy and Unconscious Dogmatism: The Challenge of Researching the Norms, Politics and Power of Global Health” [Volume 5, Issue 2, 2016, Pages 117-119]
  • Child Abuse A Pilot Study of a 6-Week Parenting Program for Mothers of Pre-school Children Attending Family Health Centers in Karachi, Pakistan [Volume 5, Issue 2, 2016, Pages 91-97]
  • Child Maltreatment A Pilot Study of a 6-Week Parenting Program for Mothers of Pre-school Children Attending Family Health Centers in Karachi, Pakistan [Volume 5, Issue 2, 2016, Pages 91-97]
  • Cities and Health Needed: Global Collaboration for Comparative Research on Cities and Health [Volume 5, Issue 7, 2016, Pages 399-401]
  • Citizenship Challenges Facing Healthwatch, a New Consumer Champion in England [Volume 5, Issue 4, 2016, Pages 259-263]
  • Civil Society Low Decision Space Means No Decentralization in Fiji; Comment on “Decentralisation of Health Services in Fiji: A Decision Space Analysis” [Volume 5, Issue 11, 2016, Pages 663-665]
  • Climate Change Global Health Governance Challenges 2016 – Are We Ready? [Volume 5, Issue 6, 2016, Pages 349-353]
  • Climate Change Human Rights Discourse in the Sustainable Development Agenda Avoids Obligations and Entitlements; Comment on “Rights Language in the Sustainable Development Agenda: Has Right to Health Discourse and Norms Shaped Health Goals?” [Volume 5, Issue 6, 2016, Pages 387-390]
  • Climate Change Health Promotion in an Age of Normative Equity and Rampant Inequality [Volume 5, Issue 12, 2016, Pages 675-682]
  • Clinical Bed Utilisation in an Irish Regional Paediatric Unit – A Cross-Sectional Study Using the Paediatric Appropriateness Evaluation Protocol (PAEP) [Volume 5, Issue 11, 2016, Pages 643-652]
  • Clinical Leadership Outcomes and Impact of Training and Development in Health Management and Leadership in Relation to Competence in Role: A Mixed-Methods Systematic Review Protocol [Volume 5, Issue 12, 2016, Pages 715-720]
  • Cognitive Bias Reflective Practice: How the World Bank Explored Its Own Biases? [Volume 5, Issue 2, 2016, Pages 79-82]
  • Collaboration Collaboration and Co-Production of Knowledge in Healthcare: Opportunities and Challenges [Volume 5, Issue 4, 2016, Pages 221-223]
  • Colorectal Cancer (CRC) Self-perceived Mental Health Status and Uptake of Fecal Occult Blood Test for Colorectal Cancer Screening in Canada: A Cross-Sectional Study [Volume 5, Issue 6, 2016, Pages 365-371]
  • Community We Need Action on Social Determinants of Health – but Do We Want It, too?; Comment on “Understanding the Role of Public Administration in Implementing Action on the Social Determinants of Health and Health Inequities” [Volume 5, Issue 6, 2016, Pages 379-382]
  • Comparative Research Needed: Global Collaboration for Comparative Research on Cities and Health [Volume 5, Issue 7, 2016, Pages 399-401]
  • Competence Beyond the Black Box Approach to Ethics!; Comment on “Expanded HTA: Enhancing Fairness and Legitimacy” [Volume 5, Issue 6, 2016, Pages 393-394]
  • Competence Outcomes and Impact of Training and Development in Health Management and Leadership in Relation to Competence in Role: A Mixed-Methods Systematic Review Protocol [Volume 5, Issue 12, 2016, Pages 715-720]
  • Competition Optimisation of Healthcare Contracts: Tensions Between Standardisation and Innovation; Comment on “Competition in Healthcare: Good, Bad or Ugly?” [Volume 5, Issue 2, 2016, Pages 121-123]
  • Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) The Challenge of Complementary and Alternative Medicine After Austerity: A Response to Recent Commentaries [Volume 5, Issue 1, 2016, Pages 77-78]
  • Complex Interventions Single Versus Multi-Faceted Implementation Strategies – Is There a Simple Answer to a Complex Question? A Response to Recent Commentaries and a Call to Action for Implementation Practitioners and Researchers [Volume 5, Issue 3, 2016, Pages 215-217]
  • Complexity Reflective Practice: How the World Bank Explored Its Own Biases? [Volume 5, Issue 2, 2016, Pages 79-82]
  • Conflict Bomb or Boon: Linking Population, People and Power in Fragile Regions; Comment on “The Pill Is Mightier Than the Sword” [Volume 5, Issue 2, 2016, Pages 109-111]
  • Conflict A Little Bit of Sugar Helps the Pill Go Down: Resilience, Peace, and Family Planning; Comment on “The Pill Is Mightier Than the Sword” [Volume 5, Issue 2, 2016, Pages 113-116]
  • Conflict Politics and Power in Global Health: The Constituting Role of Conflicts; Comment on “Navigating Between Stealth Advocacy and Unconscious Dogmatism: The Challenge of Researching the Norms, Politics and Power of Global Health” [Volume 5, Issue 2, 2016, Pages 117-119]
  • Consolidation Policy Options to Reduce Fragmentation in the Pooling of Health Insurance Funds in Iran [Volume 5, Issue 4, 2016, Pages 253-258]
  • Consumer Involvement Challenges Facing Healthwatch, a New Consumer Champion in England [Volume 5, Issue 4, 2016, Pages 259-263]
  • Consumer Involvement Consumers or Citizens? Whose Voice Will Healthwatch Represent and Will It Matter?; Comment on “Challenges Facing Healthwatch, a New Consumer Champion in England” [Volume 5, Issue 11, 2016, Pages 667-669]
  • Contracts Optimisation of Healthcare Contracts: Tensions Between Standardisation and Innovation; Comment on “Competition in Healthcare: Good, Bad or Ugly?” [Volume 5, Issue 2, 2016, Pages 121-123]
  • Co-production Collaboration and Co-Production of Knowledge in Healthcare: Opportunities and Challenges [Volume 5, Issue 4, 2016, Pages 221-223]
  • Cost Attitude of Iranian Medical Oncologists Toward Economic Aspects, and Policy-making in Relation to New Cancer Drugs [Volume 5, Issue 2, 2016, Pages 99-105]
  • Cost-Effectiveness Expanded HTA: Enhancing Fairness and Legitimacy [Volume 5, Issue 1, 2016, Pages 1-3]
  • Cost-Effectiveness Analysis Priority Setting for Universal Health Coverage: We Need Evidence-Informed Deliberative Processes, Not Just More Evidence on Cost-Effectiveness [Volume 5, Issue 11, 2016, Pages 615-618]
  • Cost-Sharing The Relationship Between the Scope of Essential Health Benefits and Statutory Financing: An International Comparison Across Eight European Countries [Volume 5, Issue 1, 2016, Pages 13-22]
  • Cost-Sharing Cost-Sharing Rates Increase During Deep Recession: Preliminary Data From Greece [Volume 5, Issue 12, 2016, Pages 687-692]
  • Country Ownership Does Management Really Matter? And If so, to Who?; Comment on “Management Matters: A Leverage Point for Health Systems Strengthening in Global Health” [Volume 5, Issue 2, 2016, Pages 141-143]
  • Criteria Let’s Raise a Half-Full Glass to the Zombie NHS: A Response to Recent Commentaries [Volume 5, Issue 2, 2016, Pages 147-148]
  • Cross-Border Mobility (CBM) Cross-Border Mobility in Italy: Some Considerations in Response to the Recent Commentaries [Volume 5, Issue 1, 2016, Pages 75-76]
  • Culture Key Ethical Issues Discussed at CDC-Sponsored International, Regional Meetings to Explore Cultural Perspectives and Contexts on Pandemic Influenza Preparedness and Response [Volume 5, Issue 11, 2016, Pages 653-662]
  • Culture Governance: Blending Bureaucratic Rules with Day to Day Operational Realities; Comment on “Governance, Government, and the Search for New Provider Models” [Volume 5, Issue 9, 2016, Pages 553-555]
  • Cultures of Silence Whistleblowing in the Wind Towards a Socially Situated Research Agenda: A Response to Recent Commentaries [Volume 5, Issue 6, 2016, Pages 395-396]
  • Cultures of Voice Whistleblowing in the Wind Towards a Socially Situated Research Agenda: A Response to Recent Commentaries [Volume 5, Issue 6, 2016, Pages 395-396]

D

  • Data Mining Improving Fraud and Abuse Detection in General Physician Claims: A Data Mining Study [Volume 5, Issue 3, 2016, Pages 165-172]
  • Deaf Effect Whistleblowing Need not Occur if Internal Voices Are Heard: From Deaf Effect to Hearer Courage; Comment on “Cultures of Silence and Cultures of Voice: The Role of Whistleblowing in Healthcare Organisations” [Volume 5, Issue 1, 2016, Pages 59-61]
  • Death of the NHS The Slow, Lingering Death of the English NHS; Comment on “Who Killed the English National Health Service?” [Volume 5, Issue 1, 2016, Pages 55-57]
  • Decentralisation Decentralisation of Health Services in Fiji: A Decision Space Analysis [Volume 5, Issue 3, 2016, Pages 173-181]
  • Decentralisation Decentralisation, Decision Space and Directions for Future Research; Comment on “Decentralisation of Health Services in Fiji: A Decision Space Analysis” [Volume 5, Issue 10, 2016, Pages 607-608]
  • Decentralisation Decentralisation – A Portmanteau Concept That Promises Much but Fails to Deliver?; Comment on “Decentralisation of Health Services in Fiji: A Decision Space Analysis” [Volume 5, Issue 12, 2016, Pages 729-732]
  • Decentralization Low Decision Space Means No Decentralization in Fiji; Comment on “Decentralisation of Health Services in Fiji: A Decision Space Analysis” [Volume 5, Issue 11, 2016, Pages 663-665]
  • Decentralization of Health Systems Decision Space and Capacities in the Decentralization of Health Services in Fiji; Comment on “Decentralisation of Health Services in Fiji: A Decision Space Analysis” [Volume 5, Issue 7, 2016, Pages 443-444]
  • Decision Autonomy U-Form vs. M-Form: How to Understand Decision Autonomy Under Healthcare Decentralization?; Comment on “Decentralisation of Health Services in Fiji: A Decision Space Analysis” [Volume 5, Issue 9, 2016, Pages 561-563]
  • Decision-Making Governance in Health – The Need for Exchange and Evidence; Comment on “Governance, Government, and the Search for New Provider Models” [Volume 5, Issue 8, 2016, Pages 507-510]
  • Decision-Making Assessing Patient Participation in Health Policy Decision-Making in Cyprus [Volume 5, Issue 8, 2016, Pages 461-466]
  • Decision-Making Priority Setting for Universal Health Coverage: We Need Evidence-Informed Deliberative Processes, Not Just More Evidence on Cost-Effectiveness [Volume 5, Issue 11, 2016, Pages 615-618]
  • Decision-Making Decentralisation – A Portmanteau Concept That Promises Much but Fails to Deliver?; Comment on “Decentralisation of Health Services in Fiji: A Decision Space Analysis” [Volume 5, Issue 12, 2016, Pages 729-732]
  • Decision Space Decentralisation of Health Services in Fiji: A Decision Space Analysis [Volume 5, Issue 3, 2016, Pages 173-181]
  • Decision Space Decision Space and Capacities in the Decentralization of Health Services in Fiji; Comment on “Decentralisation of Health Services in Fiji: A Decision Space Analysis” [Volume 5, Issue 7, 2016, Pages 443-444]
  • Decision Space Decentralisation, Decision Space and Directions for Future Research; Comment on “Decentralisation of Health Services in Fiji: A Decision Space Analysis” [Volume 5, Issue 10, 2016, Pages 607-608]
  • Decision Space Decentralisation – A Portmanteau Concept That Promises Much but Fails to Deliver?; Comment on “Decentralisation of Health Services in Fiji: A Decision Space Analysis” [Volume 5, Issue 12, 2016, Pages 729-732]
  • Deliberation HTA – Algorithm or Process?; Comment on “Expanded HTA: Enhancing Fairness and Legitimacy” [Volume 5, Issue 8, 2016, Pages 501-505]
  • Delivery of Healthcare Non-physician Clinicians in Sub-Saharan Africa and the Evolving Role of Physicians [Volume 5, Issue 3, 2016, Pages 149-153]
  • Democracy Low Decision Space Means No Decentralization in Fiji; Comment on “Decentralisation of Health Services in Fiji: A Decision Space Analysis” [Volume 5, Issue 11, 2016, Pages 663-665]
  • Developing Countries Non-physician Clinicians in Sub-Saharan Africa and the Evolving Role of Physicians [Volume 5, Issue 3, 2016, Pages 149-153]
  • Development Global Health Governance Challenges 2016 – Are We Ready? [Volume 5, Issue 6, 2016, Pages 349-353]
  • Diabetes Diabetes Dictating Policy: An Editorial Commemorating World Health Day 2016 [Volume 5, Issue 10, 2016, Pages 571-573]
  • Direct-to-Consumer Advertising (DTCA) Digital Direct-to-Consumer Advertising: A Perfect Storm of Rapid Evolution and Stagnant Regulation; Comment on “Trouble Spots in Online Direct-to-Consumer Prescription Drug Promotion: A Content Analysis of FDA Warning Letters” [Volume 5, Issue 4, 2016, Pages 271-274]
  • Direct-to-Consumer Advertising (DTCA) Still the Great Debate – “Fair Balance” in Direct-to-Consumer Prescription Drug Advertising; Comment on “Trouble Spots in Online Direct-to-Consumer Prescription Drug Promotion: A Content Analysis of FDA Warning Letters” [Volume 5, Issue 4, 2016, Pages 287-288]
  • Direct-to-Consumer Advertising (DTCA) The Tip of the Iceberg of Misleading Online Advertising; Comment on “Trouble Spots in Online Direct-to-Consumer Prescription Drug Promotion: A Content Analysis of FDA Warning Letters” [Volume 5, Issue 5, 2016, Pages 329-331]
  • Direct-to-Consumer Advertising (DTCA) Trouble Spots in Online Direct-to-Consumer Prescription Drug Promotion: Teaching Drug Marketers How to Inform Better or Spin Better?; Comment on “Trouble Spots in Online Direct-to-Consumer Prescription Drug Promotion: A Content Analysis of FDA Warning Letters” [Volume 5, Issue 5, 2016, Pages 333-335]
  • Direct-to-Consumer Advertising (DTCA) Looking Beyond FDA Warning Letters to Explore Unforeseen Trouble Spots in eDTCA: A Response to Recent Commentaries [Volume 5, Issue 10, 2016, Pages 611-612]
  • Direct-to-Consumer (DTC) Advertising Future Challenges and Opportunities in Online Prescription Drug Promotion Research; Comment on “Trouble Spots in Online Direct-to-Consumer Prescription Drug Promotion: A Content Analysis of FDA Warning Letters” [Volume 5, Issue 3, 2016, Pages 211-213]
  • Discourse Analysis Human Rights Discourse in the Sustainable Development Agenda Avoids Obligations and Entitlements; Comment on “Rights Language in the Sustainable Development Agenda: Has Right to Health Discourse and Norms Shaped Health Goals?” [Volume 5, Issue 6, 2016, Pages 387-390]
  • Disease Notification Health Departments’ Engagement in Emergency Preparedness Activities: The Influence of Health Informatics Capacity [Volume 5, Issue 10, 2016, Pages 575-582]
  • Displacement Defining and Acting on Global Health: The Case of Japan and the Refugee Crisis [Volume 5, Issue 8, 2016, Pages 457-460]
  • Drug Considering the Future of Pharmaceutical Promotions in Social Media; Comment on “Trouble Spots in Online Direct-to-Consumer Prescription Drug Promotion: A Content Analysis of FDA Warning Letters” [Volume 5, Issue 4, 2016, Pages 283-285]
  • Drug Inspectors Correcting India’s Chronic Shortage of Drug Inspectors to Ensure the Production and Distribution of Safe, High-Quality Medicines [Volume 5, Issue 9, 2016, Pages 535-542]
  • Drug Regulation Correcting India’s Chronic Shortage of Drug Inspectors to Ensure the Production and Distribution of Safe, High-Quality Medicines [Volume 5, Issue 9, 2016, Pages 535-542]
  • Drugs and Cosmetics Correcting India’s Chronic Shortage of Drug Inspectors to Ensure the Production and Distribution of Safe, High-Quality Medicines [Volume 5, Issue 9, 2016, Pages 535-542]

E

  • Economic Effect Legalizing and Regulating Marijuana in Canada: Review of Potential Economic, Social, and Health Impacts [Volume 5, Issue 8, 2016, Pages 453-456]
  • Economic Evaluation HTA – Algorithm or Process?; Comment on “Expanded HTA: Enhancing Fairness and Legitimacy” [Volume 5, Issue 8, 2016, Pages 501-505]
  • Economics Bomb or Boon: Linking Population, People and Power in Fragile Regions; Comment on “The Pill Is Mightier Than the Sword” [Volume 5, Issue 2, 2016, Pages 109-111]
  • Education for Mothers A Pilot Study of a 6-Week Parenting Program for Mothers of Pre-school Children Attending Family Health Centers in Karachi, Pakistan [Volume 5, Issue 2, 2016, Pages 91-97]
  • Efficacy Expanded HTA: Enhancing Fairness and Legitimacy [Volume 5, Issue 1, 2016, Pages 1-3]
  • Elective Surgery Without Explicit Targets, Does France Meet Minimum Volume Thresholds for Hip and Knee Replacement and Bariatric Surgeries? [Volume 5, Issue 10, 2016, Pages 613-614]
  • Electronic Health Records (EHRs) Health Departments’ Engagement in Emergency Preparedness Activities: The Influence of Health Informatics Capacity [Volume 5, Issue 10, 2016, Pages 575-582]
  • Electronic Personal Health Record (ePHR) Adoption of Electronic Personal Health Records in Canada: Perceptions of Stakeholders [Volume 5, Issue 7, 2016, Pages 425-433]
  • Emergencies Health Departments’ Engagement in Emergency Preparedness Activities: The Influence of Health Informatics Capacity [Volume 5, Issue 10, 2016, Pages 575-582]
  • Emergency Response Key Ethical Issues Discussed at CDC-Sponsored International, Regional Meetings to Explore Cultural Perspectives and Contexts on Pandemic Influenza Preparedness and Response [Volume 5, Issue 11, 2016, Pages 653-662]
  • Emigration and Immigration Non-physician Clinicians in Sub-Saharan Africa and the Evolving Role of Physicians [Volume 5, Issue 3, 2016, Pages 149-153]
  • End of the NHS Let’s Raise a Half-Full Glass to the Zombie NHS: A Response to Recent Commentaries [Volume 5, Issue 2, 2016, Pages 147-148]
  • England National Health Service Principles as Experienced by Vulnerable London Migrants in “Austerity Britain”: A Qualitative Study of Rights, Entitlements, and Civil-Society Advocacy [Volume 5, Issue 10, 2016, Pages 589-597]
  • England Consumers or Citizens? Whose Voice Will Healthwatch Represent and Will It Matter?; Comment on “Challenges Facing Healthwatch, a New Consumer Champion in England” [Volume 5, Issue 11, 2016, Pages 667-669]
  • English National Health Service (NHS) The Slow, Lingering Death of the English NHS; Comment on “Who Killed the English National Health Service?” [Volume 5, Issue 1, 2016, Pages 55-57]
  • English National Health Service (NHS) Let’s Raise a Half-Full Glass to the Zombie NHS: A Response to Recent Commentaries [Volume 5, Issue 2, 2016, Pages 147-148]
  • Epidemiology Care Seeking Patterns of STIs-Associated Symptoms in Iran: Findings of a Population-Based Survey [Volume 5, Issue 1, 2016, Pages 5-11]
  • EQ-5D Inequalities in Health Status from EQ-5D Findings: A Cross-Sectional Study in Low-Income Communities of Bangladesh [Volume 5, Issue 5, 2016, Pages 301-308]
  • EquiFrame Policies and Processes for Social Inclusion: Using EquiFrame and EquIPP for Policy Dialogue; Comment on “Are Sexual and Reproductive Health Policies Designed for All? Vulnerable Groups in Policy Documents of Four European Countries and Their Involvement in Policy Development” [Volume 5, Issue 3, 2016, Pages 193-196]
  • Equity Expanded HTA: Enhancing Fairness and Legitimacy [Volume 5, Issue 1, 2016, Pages 1-3]
  • Equity The Ghost Is the Machine: How Can We Visibilize the Unseen Norms and Power of Global Health?; Comment on “Navigating Between Stealth Advocacy and Unconscious Dogmatism: The Challenge of Researching the Norms, Politics and Power of Global Health” [Volume 5, Issue 3, 2016, Pages 197-199]
  • Equity Defining Pathways and Trade-offs Toward Universal Health Coverage; Comment on “Ethical Perspective: Five Unacceptable Trade-offs on the Path to Universal Health Coverage” [Volume 5, Issue 7, 2016, Pages 445-447]
  • Equity HTA – Algorithm or Process?; Comment on “Expanded HTA: Enhancing Fairness and Legitimacy” [Volume 5, Issue 8, 2016, Pages 501-505]
  • Equity Expanded HTA, Legitimacy and Independence; Comment on “Expanded HTA: Enhancing Fairness and Legitimacy” [Volume 5, Issue 9, 2016, Pages 565-567]
  • Equity and Inclusion in Policy Processes (EquIPP) Policies and Processes for Social Inclusion: Using EquiFrame and EquIPP for Policy Dialogue; Comment on “Are Sexual and Reproductive Health Policies Designed for All? Vulnerable Groups in Policy Documents of Four European Countries and Their Involvement in Policy Development” [Volume 5, Issue 3, 2016, Pages 193-196]
  • Essential Health Benefits The Relationship Between the Scope of Essential Health Benefits and Statutory Financing: An International Comparison Across Eight European Countries [Volume 5, Issue 1, 2016, Pages 13-22]
  • Ethical Beyond the Black Box Approach to Ethics!; Comment on “Expanded HTA: Enhancing Fairness and Legitimacy” [Volume 5, Issue 6, 2016, Pages 393-394]
  • Ethical Analysis Beyond the Black Box Approach to Ethics!; Comment on “Expanded HTA: Enhancing Fairness and Legitimacy” [Volume 5, Issue 6, 2016, Pages 393-394]
  • Ethics Whistleblowing: Don’t Encourage It, Prevent It; Comment on “Cultures of Silence And Cultures of Voice: The Role Of Whistleblowing in Healthcare Organisations” [Volume 5, Issue 3, 2016, Pages 189-191]
  • Ethics Non-physician Clinicians in Sub-Saharan Africa and the Evolving Role of Physicians [Volume 5, Issue 3, 2016, Pages 149-153]
  • Ethics Beyond the Black Box Approach to Ethics!; Comment on “Expanded HTA: Enhancing Fairness and Legitimacy” [Volume 5, Issue 6, 2016, Pages 393-394]
  • Ethics Universal Health Coverage – The Critical Importance of Global Solidarity and Good Governance; Comment on “Ethical Perspective: Five Unacceptable Trade-offs on the Path to Universal Health Coverage” [Volume 5, Issue 9, 2016, Pages 557-559]
  • European Union Is It More Important to Address the Issue of Patient Mobility or to Guarantee Universal Health Coverage in Europe?; Comment on “Regional Incentives and Patient Cross-Border Mobility: Evidence From the Italian Experience” [Volume 5, Issue 1, 2016, Pages 47-50]
  • Evaluation An Implementation Research Approach to Evaluating Health Insurance Programs: Insights from India [Volume 5, Issue 5, 2016, Pages 295-299]
  • Evidence Reflective Practice: How the World Bank Explored Its Own Biases? [Volume 5, Issue 2, 2016, Pages 79-82]
  • Evidence Governance in Health – The Need for Exchange and Evidence; Comment on “Governance, Government, and the Search for New Provider Models” [Volume 5, Issue 8, 2016, Pages 507-510]
  • Evidence-Based Healthcare Single Versus Multi-Faceted Implementation Strategies – Is There a Simple Answer to a Complex Question? A Response to Recent Commentaries and a Call to Action for Implementation Practitioners and Researchers [Volume 5, Issue 3, 2016, Pages 215-217]
  • Evidence-Based Practice (EBP) Developing Leadership in Managers to Facilitate the Implementation of National Guideline Recommendations: A Process Evaluation of Feasibility and Usefulness [Volume 5, Issue 8, 2016, Pages 477-486]
  • Evidence-Informed Deliberative Processes Priority Setting for Universal Health Coverage: We Need Evidence-Informed Deliberative Processes, Not Just More Evidence on Cost-Effectiveness [Volume 5, Issue 11, 2016, Pages 615-618]
  • Ex-ante Socio-economic Aspects of Health-Related Behaviors and Their Dynamics: A Case Study for the Netherlands [Volume 5, Issue 4, 2016, Pages 237-251]
  • Exchange Health Departments’ Engagement in Emergency Preparedness Activities: The Influence of Health Informatics Capacity [Volume 5, Issue 10, 2016, Pages 575-582]
  • Expenditure Determinants of Healthcare Utilisation and Out-of-Pocket Payments in the Context of Free Public Primary Healthcare in Zambia [Volume 5, Issue 12, 2016, Pages 693-703]
  • Extended Cost-Effectiveness HTA – Algorithm or Process?; Comment on “Expanded HTA: Enhancing Fairness and Legitimacy” [Volume 5, Issue 8, 2016, Pages 501-505]

F

  • Facilitation Developing Leadership in Managers to Facilitate the Implementation of National Guideline Recommendations: A Process Evaluation of Feasibility and Usefulness [Volume 5, Issue 8, 2016, Pages 477-486]
  • Fair Balance Still the Great Debate – “Fair Balance” in Direct-to-Consumer Prescription Drug Advertising; Comment on “Trouble Spots in Online Direct-to-Consumer Prescription Drug Promotion: A Content Analysis of FDA Warning Letters” [Volume 5, Issue 4, 2016, Pages 287-288]
  • Fair Balance of Information Looking Beyond FDA Warning Letters to Explore Unforeseen Trouble Spots in eDTCA: A Response to Recent Commentaries [Volume 5, Issue 10, 2016, Pages 611-612]
  • Fairness Expanded HTA: Enhancing Fairness and Legitimacy [Volume 5, Issue 1, 2016, Pages 1-3]
  • Family Medicine The Evolving Role of Physicians - Don’t Forget the Generalist Primary Care Providers; Comment on “Non-physician Clinicians in Sub-Saharan Africa and the Evolving Role of Physicians” [Volume 5, Issue 10, 2016, Pages 605-606]
  • Family Planning Women’s Education and World Peace: A Feminist Dream Comes True; Comment on “The Pill Is Mightier Than the Sword” [Volume 5, Issue 2, 2016, Pages 107-108]
  • Family Planning A Little Bit of Sugar Helps the Pill Go Down: Resilience, Peace, and Family Planning; Comment on “The Pill Is Mightier Than the Sword” [Volume 5, Issue 2, 2016, Pages 113-116]
  • Family Planning The Pill Really Can Be Mightier Than the Sword: A Response to Recent Commentaries [Volume 5, Issue 3, 2016, Pages 219-220]
  • Fecal Occult Blood Test (FOBT) Self-perceived Mental Health Status and Uptake of Fecal Occult Blood Test for Colorectal Cancer Screening in Canada: A Cross-Sectional Study [Volume 5, Issue 6, 2016, Pages 365-371]
  • Fee Schedule Achieving Universal Health Coverage by Focusing on Primary Care in Japan: Lessons for Low- and Middle-Income Countries [Volume 5, Issue 5, 2016, Pages 291-293]
  • Field Epidemiology Training Program On Management Matters: Why We Must Improve Public Health Management Through Action; Comment on “Management Matters: A Leverage Point for Health Systems Strengthening in Global Health” [Volume 5, Issue 1, 2016, Pages 63-65]
  • Fiji Decentralisation of Health Services in Fiji: A Decision Space Analysis [Volume 5, Issue 3, 2016, Pages 173-181]
  • Fiji Low Decision Space Means No Decentralization in Fiji; Comment on “Decentralisation of Health Services in Fiji: A Decision Space Analysis” [Volume 5, Issue 11, 2016, Pages 663-665]
  • Financial Crisis Is It More Important to Address the Issue of Patient Mobility or to Guarantee Universal Health Coverage in Europe?; Comment on “Regional Incentives and Patient Cross-Border Mobility: Evidence From the Italian Experience” [Volume 5, Issue 1, 2016, Pages 47-50]
  • Financial Protection Expanded HTA: Enhancing Fairness and Legitimacy [Volume 5, Issue 1, 2016, Pages 1-3]
  • Financial Risk Protection Defining Pathways and Trade-offs Toward Universal Health Coverage; Comment on “Ethical Perspective: Five Unacceptable Trade-offs on the Path to Universal Health Coverage” [Volume 5, Issue 7, 2016, Pages 445-447]
  • Food and Drug Administration (FDA) The Tip of the Iceberg of Misleading Online Advertising; Comment on “Trouble Spots in Online Direct-to-Consumer Prescription Drug Promotion: A Content Analysis of FDA Warning Letters” [Volume 5, Issue 5, 2016, Pages 329-331]
  • Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Digital Direct-to-Consumer Advertising: A Perfect Storm of Rapid Evolution and Stagnant Regulation; Comment on “Trouble Spots in Online Direct-to-Consumer Prescription Drug Promotion: A Content Analysis of FDA Warning Letters” [Volume 5, Issue 4, 2016, Pages 271-274]
  • Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Still the Great Debate – “Fair Balance” in Direct-to-Consumer Prescription Drug Advertising; Comment on “Trouble Spots in Online Direct-to-Consumer Prescription Drug Promotion: A Content Analysis of FDA Warning Letters” [Volume 5, Issue 4, 2016, Pages 287-288]
  • Food and Drug Administration (FDA) The Conundrum of Online Prescription Drug Promotion; Comment on “Trouble Spots in Online Direct-to-Consumer Prescription Drug Promotion: A Content Analysis of FDA Warning Letters” [Volume 5, Issue 6, 2016, Pages 391-392]
  • Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Looking Beyond FDA Warning Letters to Explore Unforeseen Trouble Spots in eDTCA: A Response to Recent Commentaries [Volume 5, Issue 10, 2016, Pages 611-612]
  • For-Profit Healthcare New Provider Models for Sweden and Spain: Public, Private or Non-profit?; Comment on “Governance, Government, and the Search for New Provider Models” [Volume 5, Issue 12, 2016, Pages 721-723]
  • Fragmentation Policy Options to Reduce Fragmentation in the Pooling of Health Insurance Funds in Iran [Volume 5, Issue 4, 2016, Pages 253-258]
  • Framing Politics, Power, Poverty and Global Health: Systems and Frames [Volume 5, Issue 10, 2016, Pages 599-604]
  • France Without Explicit Targets, Does France Meet Minimum Volume Thresholds for Hip and Knee Replacement and Bariatric Surgeries? [Volume 5, Issue 10, 2016, Pages 613-614]
  • Fraud Improving Fraud and Abuse Detection in General Physician Claims: A Data Mining Study [Volume 5, Issue 3, 2016, Pages 165-172]
  • Front Line Staff Governance: Blending Bureaucratic Rules with Day to Day Operational Realities; Comment on “Governance, Government, and the Search for New Provider Models” [Volume 5, Issue 9, 2016, Pages 553-555]

G

  • Gender Bomb or Boon: Linking Population, People and Power in Fragile Regions; Comment on “The Pill Is Mightier Than the Sword” [Volume 5, Issue 2, 2016, Pages 109-111]
  • General Physician Improving Fraud and Abuse Detection in General Physician Claims: A Data Mining Study [Volume 5, Issue 3, 2016, Pages 165-172]
  • General Practice New 2016 MeSH Addressing Information Gap, Poverty, Violence and Danger of Medicine Set the Tone for Policy-Makers in Patient Care [Volume 5, Issue 6, 2016, Pages 397-398]
  • Ghana Preferred Primary Healthcare Provider Choice Among Insured Persons in Ashanti Region, Ghana [Volume 5, Issue 3, 2016, Pages 155-163]
  • Ghana Operationalization of the Ghanaian Patients’ Charter in a Peri-urban Public Hospital: Voices of Healthcare Workers and Patients [Volume 5, Issue 9, 2016, Pages 525-533]
  • Ghana The Politico-Economic Challenges of Ghana’s National Health Insurance Scheme Implementation [Volume 5, Issue 9, 2016, Pages 543-552]
  • Girls’ Education The Pill Really Can Be Mightier Than the Sword: A Response to Recent Commentaries [Volume 5, Issue 3, 2016, Pages 219-220]
  • Global Cities Needed: Global Collaboration for Comparative Research on Cities and Health [Volume 5, Issue 7, 2016, Pages 399-401]
  • Global Economy From the Myth of Level Playing Fields to the Reality of a Finite Planet; Comment on “A Global Social Support System: What the International Community Could Learn From the United States’ National Basketball Association’s Scheme for Redistribution of New Talent” [Volume 5, Issue 2, 2016, Pages 137-139]
  • Global Governance for The Trans-Pacific Partnership: Is It Everything We Feared for Health? [Volume 5, Issue 8, 2016, Pages 487-496]
  • Global Health On Management Matters: Why We Must Improve Public Health Management Through Action; Comment on “Management Matters: A Leverage Point for Health Systems Strengthening in Global Health” [Volume 5, Issue 1, 2016, Pages 63-65]
  • Global Health Politics and Power in Global Health: The Constituting Role of Conflicts; Comment on “Navigating Between Stealth Advocacy and Unconscious Dogmatism: The Challenge of Researching the Norms, Politics and Power of Global Health” [Volume 5, Issue 2, 2016, Pages 117-119]
  • Global Health Putting Management Capacity Building at the Forefront of Health Systems Strengthening; Comment on “Management Matters: A Leverage Point for Health Systems Strengthening in Global Health” [Volume 5, Issue 2, 2016, Pages 129-131]
  • Global Health The Ghost Is the Machine: How Can We Visibilize the Unseen Norms and Power of Global Health?; Comment on “Navigating Between Stealth Advocacy and Unconscious Dogmatism: The Challenge of Researching the Norms, Politics and Power of Global Health” [Volume 5, Issue 3, 2016, Pages 197-199]
  • Global Health Politics or Technocracy – What Next for Global Health?; Comment on “Navigating Between Stealth Advocacy and Unconscious Dogmatism: The Challenge of Researching the Norms, Politics and Power of Global Health” [Volume 5, Issue 3, 2016, Pages 201-204]
  • Global Health Global Health Warning: Definitions Wield Power; Comment on “Navigating Between Stealth Advocacy and Unconscious Dogmatism: The Challenge of Researching the Norms, Politics and Power of Global Health” [Volume 5, Issue 3, 2016, Pages 207-209]
  • Global Health Advancing Global Health – The Need for (Better) Social Science; Comment on “Navigating Between Stealth Advocacy and Unconscious Dogmatism: The Challenge of Researching the Norms, Politics and Power of Global Health” [Volume 5, Issue 4, 2016, Pages 279-281]
  • Global Health Global Health Governance Challenges 2016 – Are We Ready? [Volume 5, Issue 6, 2016, Pages 349-353]
  • Global Health Of Politicians and Technocrats, and Why Global Health Scholars Are Inevitably a Bit of Both: A Response to Recent Commentaries [Volume 5, Issue 7, 2016, Pages 449-450]
  • Global Health Key Ethical Issues Discussed at CDC-Sponsored International, Regional Meetings to Explore Cultural Perspectives and Contexts on Pandemic Influenza Preparedness and Response [Volume 5, Issue 11, 2016, Pages 653-662]
  • Global Health Defining and Acting on Global Health: The Case of Japan and the Refugee Crisis [Volume 5, Issue 8, 2016, Pages 457-460]
  • Global Health Policy Health Rights and Realization; Comment on “Rights Language in the Sustainable Development Agenda: Has Right to Health Discourse and Norms Shaped Health Goals?” [Volume 5, Issue 5, 2016, Pages 341-344]
  • Global Health Policy From Almost Empty to Half Full? A Response to Recent Commentaries [Volume 5, Issue 11, 2016, Pages 673-674]
  • Global Health Security On Management Matters: Why We Must Improve Public Health Management Through Action; Comment on “Management Matters: A Leverage Point for Health Systems Strengthening in Global Health” [Volume 5, Issue 1, 2016, Pages 63-65]
  • Global/Planetary Health Politics, Power, Poverty and Global Health: Systems and Frames [Volume 5, Issue 10, 2016, Pages 599-604]
  • Global Policy Networks Power and Politics in the Global Health Landscape: Beliefs, Competition and Negotiation Among Global Advocacy Coalitions in the Policy-Making Process [Volume 5, Issue 5, 2016, Pages 309-320]
  • Global Social Support System Towards a Global Social Support System: A Response to the Recent Commentaries [Volume 5, Issue 5, 2016, Pages 345-346]
  • Good Governance Universal Health Coverage – The Critical Importance of Global Solidarity and Good Governance; Comment on “Ethical Perspective: Five Unacceptable Trade-offs on the Path to Universal Health Coverage” [Volume 5, Issue 9, 2016, Pages 557-559]
  • Good Governance Low Decision Space Means No Decentralization in Fiji; Comment on “Decentralisation of Health Services in Fiji: A Decision Space Analysis” [Volume 5, Issue 11, 2016, Pages 663-665]
  • Governance Politics or Technocracy – What Next for Global Health?; Comment on “Navigating Between Stealth Advocacy and Unconscious Dogmatism: The Challenge of Researching the Norms, Politics and Power of Global Health” [Volume 5, Issue 3, 2016, Pages 201-204]
  • Governance How Can a Global Social Support System Hope to Achieve Fairer Competiveness?; Comment on “A Global Social Support System: What the International Community Could Learn From the United States’ National Basketball Association” [Volume 5, Issue 3, 2016, Pages 205-206]
  • Governance Advancing Global Health – The Need for (Better) Social Science; Comment on “Navigating Between Stealth Advocacy and Unconscious Dogmatism: The Challenge of Researching the Norms, Politics and Power of Global Health” [Volume 5, Issue 4, 2016, Pages 279-281]
  • Governance Global Health Governance Challenges 2016 – Are We Ready? [Volume 5, Issue 6, 2016, Pages 349-353]
  • Governance Governance in Health – The Need for Exchange and Evidence; Comment on “Governance, Government, and the Search for New Provider Models” [Volume 5, Issue 8, 2016, Pages 507-510]
  • Governance Consumers or Citizens? Whose Voice Will Healthwatch Represent and Will It Matter?; Comment on “Challenges Facing Healthwatch, a New Consumer Champion in England” [Volume 5, Issue 11, 2016, Pages 667-669]
  • Gradient How Can a Global Social Support System Hope to Achieve Fairer Competiveness?; Comment on “A Global Social Support System: What the International Community Could Learn From the United States’ National Basketball Association” [Volume 5, Issue 3, 2016, Pages 205-206]
  • Greece Access to Care for Multiple Sclerosis in Times of Economic Crisis in Greece – the HOPE II Study [Volume 5, Issue 2, 2016, Pages 83-89]

H

  • Health The Trans-Pacific Partnership: Is It Everything We Feared for Health? [Volume 5, Issue 8, 2016, Pages 487-496]
  • Health Health Departments’ Engagement in Emergency Preparedness Activities: The Influence of Health Informatics Capacity [Volume 5, Issue 10, 2016, Pages 575-582]
  • Health Determinants of Healthcare Utilisation and Out-of-Pocket Payments in the Context of Free Public Primary Healthcare in Zambia [Volume 5, Issue 12, 2016, Pages 693-703]
  • Health Values in Health Policy – A Concept Analysis [Volume 5, Issue 11, 2016, Pages 623-630]
  • Healthcare Optimisation of Healthcare Contracts: Tensions Between Standardisation and Innovation; Comment on “Competition in Healthcare: Good, Bad or Ugly?” [Volume 5, Issue 2, 2016, Pages 121-123]
  • Healthcare Improving Fraud and Abuse Detection in General Physician Claims: A Data Mining Study [Volume 5, Issue 3, 2016, Pages 165-172]
  • Healthcare Have Non-physician Clinicians Come to Stay?; Comment on “Non-physician Clinicians in Sub-Saharan Africa and the Evolving Role of Physicians” [Volume 5, Issue 11, 2016, Pages 671-672]
  • Healthcare Expenditure UK and Twenty Comparable Countries GDP-Expenditure-on-Health 1980-2013: The Historic and Continued Low Priority of UK Health-Related Expenditure [Volume 5, Issue 9, 2016, Pages 519-523]
  • Healthcare Organisations A Wicked Problem? Whistleblowing in Healthcare Organisations; Comment on “Cultures of Silence And Cultures of Voice: The Role of Whistleblowing in Healthcare Organisations” [Volume 5, Issue 4, 2016, Pages 267-269]
  • Healthcare Organizations Strategic Management in the Healthcare Sector: The Debate About the Resource-Based View Flourishes in Response to Recent Commentaries [Volume 5, Issue 2, 2016, Pages 145-146]
  • Healthcare Organizations Whistleblowing in the Wind Towards a Socially Situated Research Agenda: A Response to Recent Commentaries [Volume 5, Issue 6, 2016, Pages 395-396]
  • Healthcare Provider Preferred Primary Healthcare Provider Choice Among Insured Persons in Ashanti Region, Ghana [Volume 5, Issue 3, 2016, Pages 155-163]
  • Healthcare Reform The Relationship Between the Scope of Essential Health Benefits and Statutory Financing: An International Comparison Across Eight European Countries [Volume 5, Issue 1, 2016, Pages 13-22]
  • Healthcare Sector Norwegian Priority Setting in Practice – an Analysis of Waiting Time Patterns Across Medical Disciplines [Volume 5, Issue 6, 2016, Pages 373-378]
  • Health Communication Future Challenges and Opportunities in Online Prescription Drug Promotion Research; Comment on “Trouble Spots in Online Direct-to-Consumer Prescription Drug Promotion: A Content Analysis of FDA Warning Letters” [Volume 5, Issue 3, 2016, Pages 211-213]
  • Health Communication Digital Direct-to-Consumer Advertising: A Perfect Storm of Rapid Evolution and Stagnant Regulation; Comment on “Trouble Spots in Online Direct-to-Consumer Prescription Drug Promotion: A Content Analysis of FDA Warning Letters” [Volume 5, Issue 4, 2016, Pages 271-274]
  • Health Decentralization U-Form vs. M-Form: How to Understand Decision Autonomy Under Healthcare Decentralization?; Comment on “Decentralisation of Health Services in Fiji: A Decision Space Analysis” [Volume 5, Issue 9, 2016, Pages 561-563]
  • Health Economics Do Financial Incentives Increase Doctors’ Willingness to Publish Research? – A Pilot Study of 21 Junior Doctors [Volume 5, Issue 7, 2016, Pages 451-452]
  • Health Effects Legalizing and Regulating Marijuana in Canada: Review of Potential Economic, Social, and Health Impacts [Volume 5, Issue 8, 2016, Pages 453-456]
  • Health Equity A Sophisticated Architecture Is Indeed Necessary for the Implementation of Health in All Policies but not Enough; Comment on “Understanding the Role of Public Administration in Implementing Action on the Social Determinants of Health and Health Inequities” [Volume 5, Issue 6, 2016, Pages 383-385]
  • Health Equity Re-Conceptualising Public Health Interventions in Government: A Response to Recent Commentaries [Volume 5, Issue 9, 2016, Pages 569-570]
  • Health Expenditures Catastrophic Health Expenditure After the Implementation of Health Sector Evolution Plan: A Case Study in the West of Iran [Volume 5, Issue 7, 2016, Pages 417-423]
  • Health Governance The Legal Strength of International Health Instruments - What It Brings to Global Health Governance? [Volume 5, Issue 12, 2016, Pages 683-685]
  • Healthier Lifestyle Socio-economic Aspects of Health-Related Behaviors and Their Dynamics: A Case Study for the Netherlands [Volume 5, Issue 4, 2016, Pages 237-251]
  • Health in All Policies (HiAP) A Sophisticated Architecture Is Indeed Necessary for the Implementation of Health in All Policies but not Enough; Comment on “Understanding the Role of Public Administration in Implementing Action on the Social Determinants of Health and Health Inequities” [Volume 5, Issue 6, 2016, Pages 383-385]
  • Health Insecurity Health Insecurity and Social Protection: Pathways, Gaps, and Their Implications on Health Outcomes and Poverty [Volume 5, Issue 3, 2016, Pages 183-187]
  • Health Insurance Socio-economic Aspects of Health-Related Behaviors and Their Dynamics: A Case Study for the Netherlands [Volume 5, Issue 4, 2016, Pages 237-251]
  • Health Insurance An Implementation Research Approach to Evaluating Health Insurance Programs: Insights from India [Volume 5, Issue 5, 2016, Pages 295-299]
  • Health Insurance The Politico-Economic Challenges of Ghana’s National Health Insurance Scheme Implementation [Volume 5, Issue 9, 2016, Pages 543-552]
  • Health Insurance Funds in Iran Policy Options to Reduce Fragmentation in the Pooling of Health Insurance Funds in Iran [Volume 5, Issue 4, 2016, Pages 253-258]
  • Health Legislation Analysing the Stewardship Function in Botswana’s Health System: Reflecting on the Past, Looking to the Future [Volume 5, Issue 12, 2016, Pages 705-713]
  • Health Management Outcomes and Impact of Training and Development in Health Management and Leadership in Relation to Competence in Role: A Mixed-Methods Systematic Review Protocol [Volume 5, Issue 12, 2016, Pages 715-720]
  • Health Policy Power and Agenda-Setting in Tanzanian Health Policy: An Analysis of Stakeholder Perspectives [Volume 5, Issue 6, 2016, Pages 355-363]
  • Health Policy The Health Policy Process in Vietnam: Going Beyond Kingdon’s Multiple Streams Theory; Comment on “Shaping the Health Policy Agenda: The Case of Safe Motherhood Policy in Vietnam” [Volume 5, Issue 7, 2016, Pages 435-437]
  • Health Policy Analysing the Stewardship Function in Botswana’s Health System: Reflecting on the Past, Looking to the Future [Volume 5, Issue 12, 2016, Pages 705-713]
  • Health Policy Diabetes Dictating Policy: An Editorial Commemorating World Health Day 2016 [Volume 5, Issue 10, 2016, Pages 571-573]
  • Health Policy Decentralisation, Decision Space and Directions for Future Research; Comment on “Decentralisation of Health Services in Fiji: A Decision Space Analysis” [Volume 5, Issue 10, 2016, Pages 607-608]
  • Health Policy Assessing Patient Participation in Health Policy Decision-Making in Cyprus [Volume 5, Issue 8, 2016, Pages 461-466]
  • Health Policy Without Explicit Targets, Does France Meet Minimum Volume Thresholds for Hip and Knee Replacement and Bariatric Surgeries? [Volume 5, Issue 10, 2016, Pages 613-614]
  • Health Policy Analysis Advancing Global Health – The Need for (Better) Social Science; Comment on “Navigating Between Stealth Advocacy and Unconscious Dogmatism: The Challenge of Researching the Norms, Politics and Power of Global Health” [Volume 5, Issue 4, 2016, Pages 279-281]
  • Health Promotion In Search of the Third Eye, When the Two Others Are Shamefacedly Shut?; Comment on “Are Sexual and Reproductive Health Policies Designed for All? Vulnerable Groups in Policy Documents of Four European Countries and Their Involvement in Policy Development” [Volume 5, Issue 5, 2016, Pages 325-327]
  • Health Promotion Health Promotion in an Age of Normative Equity and Rampant Inequality [Volume 5, Issue 12, 2016, Pages 675-682]
  • Health Reform Decentralisation of Health Services in Fiji: A Decision Space Analysis [Volume 5, Issue 3, 2016, Pages 173-181]
  • Health Reform U-Form vs. M-Form: How to Understand Decision Autonomy Under Healthcare Decentralization?; Comment on “Decentralisation of Health Services in Fiji: A Decision Space Analysis” [Volume 5, Issue 9, 2016, Pages 561-563]
  • Health-Related Behavior Socio-economic Aspects of Health-Related Behaviors and Their Dynamics: A Case Study for the Netherlands [Volume 5, Issue 4, 2016, Pages 237-251]
  • Health Sector Provider Governance; A Basic Blackbox Seldom Looked at Properly: A Response to Recent Commentaries [Volume 5, Issue 12, 2016, Pages 733-734]
  • Health (SPMH) Status Self-perceived Mental Health Status and Uptake of Fecal Occult Blood Test for Colorectal Cancer Screening in Canada: A Cross-Sectional Study [Volume 5, Issue 6, 2016, Pages 365-371]
  • Health Status Inequalities in Health Status from EQ-5D Findings: A Cross-Sectional Study in Low-Income Communities of Bangladesh [Volume 5, Issue 5, 2016, Pages 301-308]
  • Health System Analysing the Stewardship Function in Botswana’s Health System: Reflecting on the Past, Looking to the Future [Volume 5, Issue 12, 2016, Pages 705-713]
  • Health System Governance Governance, Government, and the Search for New Provider Models [Volume 5, Issue 1, 2016, Pages 33-42]
  • Health System Governance Risks and Opportunities of Reforms Putting Primary Care in the Driver’s Seat; Comment on “Governance, Government, and the Search for New Provider Models” [Volume 5, Issue 8, 2016, Pages 511-513]
  • Health System Governance Governance: Blending Bureaucratic Rules with Day to Day Operational Realities; Comment on “Governance, Government, and the Search for New Provider Models” [Volume 5, Issue 9, 2016, Pages 553-555]
  • Health System Reform Governance, Government, and the Search for New Provider Models [Volume 5, Issue 1, 2016, Pages 33-42]
  • Health System Reform Provider Governance; A Basic Blackbox Seldom Looked at Properly: A Response to Recent Commentaries [Volume 5, Issue 12, 2016, Pages 733-734]
  • Health System Reforms Catastrophic Health Expenditure After the Implementation of Health Sector Evolution Plan: A Case Study in the West of Iran [Volume 5, Issue 7, 2016, Pages 417-423]
  • Health Systems On Management Matters: Why We Must Improve Public Health Management Through Action; Comment on “Management Matters: A Leverage Point for Health Systems Strengthening in Global Health” [Volume 5, Issue 1, 2016, Pages 63-65]
  • Health System Strengthening Putting Management Capacity Building at the Forefront of Health Systems Strengthening; Comment on “Management Matters: A Leverage Point for Health Systems Strengthening in Global Health” [Volume 5, Issue 2, 2016, Pages 129-131]
  • Health Technology Assessment (HTA) Expanded HTA: Enhancing Fairness and Legitimacy [Volume 5, Issue 1, 2016, Pages 1-3]
  • Health Technology Assessment (HTA) Beyond the Black Box Approach to Ethics!; Comment on “Expanded HTA: Enhancing Fairness and Legitimacy” [Volume 5, Issue 6, 2016, Pages 393-394]
  • Health Technology Assessment (HTA) Expanded HTA, Legitimacy and Independence; Comment on “Expanded HTA: Enhancing Fairness and Legitimacy” [Volume 5, Issue 9, 2016, Pages 565-567]
  • Healthwatch Consumers or Citizens? Whose Voice Will Healthwatch Represent and Will It Matter?; Comment on “Challenges Facing Healthwatch, a New Consumer Champion in England” [Volume 5, Issue 11, 2016, Pages 667-669]
  • Health Worker Have Non-physician Clinicians Come to Stay?; Comment on “Non-physician Clinicians in Sub-Saharan Africa and the Evolving Role of Physicians” [Volume 5, Issue 11, 2016, Pages 671-672]
  • Health Workforce Is the Role of Physicians Really Evolving Due to Non-physician Clinicians Predominance in Staff Makeup in Sub-Saharan African Health Systems?; Comment on “Non-physician Clinicians in Sub-Saharan Africa and the Evolving Role of Physicians” [Volume 5, Issue 12, 2016, Pages 725-727]
  • Hearer Courage Whistleblowing Need not Occur if Internal Voices Are Heard: From Deaf Effect to Hearer Courage; Comment on “Cultures of Silence and Cultures of Voice: The Role of Whistleblowing in Healthcare Organisations” [Volume 5, Issue 1, 2016, Pages 59-61]
  • Hospital Accreditation Strategic Faults in Implementation of Hospital Accreditation Programs in Developing Countries: Reflections on the Iranian Experience [Volume 5, Issue 9, 2016, Pages 515-517]
  • Hospitalisation Bed Utilisation in an Irish Regional Paediatric Unit – A Cross-Sectional Study Using the Paediatric Appropriateness Evaluation Protocol (PAEP) [Volume 5, Issue 11, 2016, Pages 643-652]
  • HTA Processes HTA – Algorithm or Process?; Comment on “Expanded HTA: Enhancing Fairness and Legitimacy” [Volume 5, Issue 8, 2016, Pages 501-505]
  • Humanitarian Crisis Global Health Governance Challenges 2016 – Are We Ready? [Volume 5, Issue 6, 2016, Pages 349-353]
  • Humanities Of Politicians and Technocrats, and Why Global Health Scholars Are Inevitably a Bit of Both: A Response to Recent Commentaries [Volume 5, Issue 7, 2016, Pages 449-450]
  • Human Resources for Health Non-physician Clinicians in Sub-Saharan Africa and the Evolving Role of Physicians [Volume 5, Issue 3, 2016, Pages 149-153]
  • Human Resources for Health The Evolving Role of Physicians - Don’t Forget the Generalist Primary Care Providers; Comment on “Non-physician Clinicians in Sub-Saharan Africa and the Evolving Role of Physicians” [Volume 5, Issue 10, 2016, Pages 605-606]
  • Human Resources for Health Is the Role of Physicians Really Evolving Due to Non-physician Clinicians Predominance in Staff Makeup in Sub-Saharan African Health Systems?; Comment on “Non-physician Clinicians in Sub-Saharan Africa and the Evolving Role of Physicians” [Volume 5, Issue 12, 2016, Pages 725-727]
  • Human Rights Policies and Processes for Social Inclusion: Using EquiFrame and EquIPP for Policy Dialogue; Comment on “Are Sexual and Reproductive Health Policies Designed for All? Vulnerable Groups in Policy Documents of Four European Countries and Their Involvement in Policy Development” [Volume 5, Issue 3, 2016, Pages 193-196]
  • Human Rights Searching for the Right to Health in the Sustainable Development Agenda; Comment on “Rights Language in the Sustainable Development Agenda: Has Right to Health Discourse and Norms Shaped Health Goals?” [Volume 5, Issue 5, 2016, Pages 337-339]
  • Human Rights Human Rights Discourse in the Sustainable Development Agenda Avoids Obligations and Entitlements; Comment on “Rights Language in the Sustainable Development Agenda: Has Right to Health Discourse and Norms Shaped Health Goals?” [Volume 5, Issue 6, 2016, Pages 387-390]

I

  • Ideology Values in Health Policy – A Concept Analysis [Volume 5, Issue 11, 2016, Pages 623-630]
  • Immunization Health Departments’ Engagement in Emergency Preparedness Activities: The Influence of Health Informatics Capacity [Volume 5, Issue 10, 2016, Pages 575-582]
  • Impact The Legal Strength of International Health Instruments - What It Brings to Global Health Governance? [Volume 5, Issue 12, 2016, Pages 683-685]
  • Implementation Single Versus Multi-Faceted Implementation Strategies – Is There a Simple Answer to a Complex Question? A Response to Recent Commentaries and a Call to Action for Implementation Practitioners and Researchers [Volume 5, Issue 3, 2016, Pages 215-217]
  • Implementation A Sophisticated Architecture Is Indeed Necessary for the Implementation of Health in All Policies but not Enough; Comment on “Understanding the Role of Public Administration in Implementing Action on the Social Determinants of Health and Health Inequities” [Volume 5, Issue 6, 2016, Pages 383-385]
  • Implementation Developing Leadership in Managers to Facilitate the Implementation of National Guideline Recommendations: A Process Evaluation of Feasibility and Usefulness [Volume 5, Issue 8, 2016, Pages 477-486]
  • Implementation The Politico-Economic Challenges of Ghana’s National Health Insurance Scheme Implementation [Volume 5, Issue 9, 2016, Pages 543-552]
  • Implementation Implementing Health in All Policies – Time and Ideas Matter Too!; Comment on “Understanding the Role of Public Administration in Implementing Action on the Social Determinants of Health and Health Inequities” [Volume 5, Issue 10, 2016, Pages 609-610]
  • Implementation Re-Conceptualising Public Health Interventions in Government: A Response to Recent Commentaries [Volume 5, Issue 9, 2016, Pages 569-570]
  • Implementation Research An Implementation Research Approach to Evaluating Health Insurance Programs: Insights from India [Volume 5, Issue 5, 2016, Pages 295-299]
  • Implementing WHO Global Code Accelerate Implementation of the WHO Global Code of Practice on International Recruitment of Health Personnel: Experiences From the South East Asia Region; Comment on “Relevance and Effectiveness of the WHO Global Code Practice on the International Recruitment of Health Personnel – Ethical and Systems Perspectives” [Volume 5, Issue 1, 2016, Pages 43-46]
  • Incentives Do Financial Incentives Increase Doctors’ Willingness to Publish Research? – A Pilot Study of 21 Junior Doctors [Volume 5, Issue 7, 2016, Pages 451-452]
  • Inclusive Policy Political Impetus: Towards a Successful Agenda-Setting for Inclusive Health Policies in Low- and Middle-Income Countries; Comment on “Shaping the Health Policy Agenda: The Case of Safe Motherhood Policy in Vietnam” [Volume 5, Issue 4, 2016, Pages 275-277]
  • Independence Expanded HTA, Legitimacy and Independence; Comment on “Expanded HTA: Enhancing Fairness and Legitimacy” [Volume 5, Issue 9, 2016, Pages 565-567]
  • India An Implementation Research Approach to Evaluating Health Insurance Programs: Insights from India [Volume 5, Issue 5, 2016, Pages 295-299]
  • India Private Practitioners’ Perspectives on Their Involvement With the Tuberculosis Control Programme in a Southern Indian State [Volume 5, Issue 11, 2016, Pages 631-642]
  • Inequalities Health Promotion in an Age of Normative Equity and Rampant Inequality [Volume 5, Issue 12, 2016, Pages 675-682]
  • Inequality From the Myth of Level Playing Fields to the Reality of a Finite Planet; Comment on “A Global Social Support System: What the International Community Could Learn From the United States’ National Basketball Association’s Scheme for Redistribution of New Talent” [Volume 5, Issue 2, 2016, Pages 137-139]
  • Inequality How Can a Global Social Support System Hope to Achieve Fairer Competiveness?; Comment on “A Global Social Support System: What the International Community Could Learn From the United States’ National Basketball Association” [Volume 5, Issue 3, 2016, Pages 205-206]
  • Inequality Inequalities in Health Status from EQ-5D Findings: A Cross-Sectional Study in Low-Income Communities of Bangladesh [Volume 5, Issue 5, 2016, Pages 301-308]
  • Influenza Key Ethical Issues Discussed at CDC-Sponsored International, Regional Meetings to Explore Cultural Perspectives and Contexts on Pandemic Influenza Preparedness and Response [Volume 5, Issue 11, 2016, Pages 653-662]
  • Informatics Health Departments’ Engagement in Emergency Preparedness Activities: The Influence of Health Informatics Capacity [Volume 5, Issue 10, 2016, Pages 575-582]
  • Information Health Departments’ Engagement in Emergency Preparedness Activities: The Influence of Health Informatics Capacity [Volume 5, Issue 10, 2016, Pages 575-582]
  • Information Science New 2016 MeSH Addressing Information Gap, Poverty, Violence and Danger of Medicine Set the Tone for Policy-Makers in Patient Care [Volume 5, Issue 6, 2016, Pages 397-398]
  • Injectable Medicines Improving Injectable Medicines Prescription in Outpatient Services: A Path Towards Rational Use of Medicines in Iran [Volume 5, Issue 5, 2016, Pages 321-324]
  • Innovation Optimisation of Healthcare Contracts: Tensions Between Standardisation and Innovation; Comment on “Competition in Healthcare: Good, Bad or Ugly?” [Volume 5, Issue 2, 2016, Pages 121-123]
  • Inspection Norms and Workforce Planning Norms Correcting India’s Chronic Shortage of Drug Inspectors to Ensure the Production and Distribution of Safe, High-Quality Medicines [Volume 5, Issue 9, 2016, Pages 535-542]
  • Inspections Correcting India’s Chronic Shortage of Drug Inspectors to Ensure the Production and Distribution of Safe, High-Quality Medicines [Volume 5, Issue 9, 2016, Pages 535-542]
  • Insurance Preferred Primary Healthcare Provider Choice Among Insured Persons in Ashanti Region, Ghana [Volume 5, Issue 3, 2016, Pages 155-163]
  • Insurance Improving Fraud and Abuse Detection in General Physician Claims: A Data Mining Study [Volume 5, Issue 3, 2016, Pages 165-172]
  • Integration of Policies Policy Options to Reduce Fragmentation in the Pooling of Health Insurance Funds in Iran [Volume 5, Issue 4, 2016, Pages 253-258]
  • Interdisciplinarity The Ghost Is the Machine: How Can We Visibilize the Unseen Norms and Power of Global Health?; Comment on “Navigating Between Stealth Advocacy and Unconscious Dogmatism: The Challenge of Researching the Norms, Politics and Power of Global Health” [Volume 5, Issue 3, 2016, Pages 197-199]
  • Interdisciplinarity Politics or Technocracy – What Next for Global Health?; Comment on “Navigating Between Stealth Advocacy and Unconscious Dogmatism: The Challenge of Researching the Norms, Politics and Power of Global Health” [Volume 5, Issue 3, 2016, Pages 201-204]
  • Internal Reporting Whistleblowing Need not Occur if Internal Voices Are Heard: From Deaf Effect to Hearer Courage; Comment on “Cultures of Silence and Cultures of Voice: The Role of Whistleblowing in Healthcare Organisations” [Volume 5, Issue 1, 2016, Pages 59-61]
  • International Comparison UK and Twenty Comparable Countries GDP-Expenditure-on-Health 1980-2013: The Historic and Continued Low Priority of UK Health-Related Expenditure [Volume 5, Issue 9, 2016, Pages 519-523]
  • International Health Instruments The Legal Strength of International Health Instruments - What It Brings to Global Health Governance? [Volume 5, Issue 12, 2016, Pages 683-685]
  • International Human Rights Law Human Rights Discourse in the Sustainable Development Agenda Avoids Obligations and Entitlements; Comment on “Rights Language in the Sustainable Development Agenda: Has Right to Health Discourse and Norms Shaped Health Goals?” [Volume 5, Issue 6, 2016, Pages 387-390]
  • International Migration of Health Personnel Accelerate Implementation of the WHO Global Code of Practice on International Recruitment of Health Personnel: Experiences From the South East Asia Region; Comment on “Relevance and Effectiveness of the WHO Global Code Practice on the International Recruitment of Health Personnel – Ethical and Systems Perspectives” [Volume 5, Issue 1, 2016, Pages 43-46]
  • International Trade From the Myth of Level Playing Fields to the Reality of a Finite Planet; Comment on “A Global Social Support System: What the International Community Could Learn From the United States’ National Basketball Association’s Scheme for Redistribution of New Talent” [Volume 5, Issue 2, 2016, Pages 137-139]
  • Internet Considering the Future of Pharmaceutical Promotions in Social Media; Comment on “Trouble Spots in Online Direct-to-Consumer Prescription Drug Promotion: A Content Analysis of FDA Warning Letters” [Volume 5, Issue 4, 2016, Pages 283-285]
  • Invasive Cervical Cancer (ICC) Priority Setting for Improvement of Cervical Cancer Prevention in Iran [Volume 5, Issue 4, 2016, Pages 225-232]
  • Iran Care Seeking Patterns of STIs-Associated Symptoms in Iran: Findings of a Population-Based Survey [Volume 5, Issue 1, 2016, Pages 5-11]
  • Iran Attitude of Iranian Medical Oncologists Toward Economic Aspects, and Policy-making in Relation to New Cancer Drugs [Volume 5, Issue 2, 2016, Pages 99-105]
  • Iran Priority Setting for Improvement of Cervical Cancer Prevention in Iran [Volume 5, Issue 4, 2016, Pages 225-232]
  • Iran Catastrophic Health Expenditure After the Implementation of Health Sector Evolution Plan: A Case Study in the West of Iran [Volume 5, Issue 7, 2016, Pages 417-423]
  • Iran Strategic Faults in Implementation of Hospital Accreditation Programs in Developing Countries: Reflections on the Iranian Experience [Volume 5, Issue 9, 2016, Pages 515-517]
  • Issue-Competition Power and Politics in the Global Health Landscape: Beliefs, Competition and Negotiation Among Global Advocacy Coalitions in the Policy-Making Process [Volume 5, Issue 5, 2016, Pages 309-320]
  • Italy Cross-Border Mobility in Italy: Some Considerations in Response to the Recent Commentaries [Volume 5, Issue 1, 2016, Pages 75-76]

J

  • Japan Defining and Acting on Global Health: The Case of Japan and the Refugee Crisis [Volume 5, Issue 8, 2016, Pages 457-460]
  • Joined Up Government From Headline to Hard Grind: The Importance of Understanding Public Administration in Achieving Health Outcomes; Comment on “Understanding the Role of Public Administration in Implementing Action on the Social Determinants of Health and Health Inequities” [Volume 5, Issue 7, 2016, Pages 439-442]

K

  • Kingdon’s Multiple Streams Theory The Health Policy Process in Vietnam: Going Beyond Kingdon’s Multiple Streams Theory; Comment on “Shaping the Health Policy Agenda: The Case of Safe Motherhood Policy in Vietnam” [Volume 5, Issue 7, 2016, Pages 435-437]
  • Knowledge Collaboration and Co-Production of Knowledge in Healthcare: Opportunities and Challenges [Volume 5, Issue 4, 2016, Pages 221-223]
  • Knowledge Mobilization Strategic Management in the Healthcare Sector: The Debate About the Resource-Based View Flourishes in Response to Recent Commentaries [Volume 5, Issue 2, 2016, Pages 145-146]
  • Knowledge Translation Single Versus Multi-Faceted Implementation Strategies – Is There a Simple Answer to a Complex Question? A Response to Recent Commentaries and a Call to Action for Implementation Practitioners and Researchers [Volume 5, Issue 3, 2016, Pages 215-217]
  • Knowledge Translation (KT) Collaboration and Co-Production of Knowledge in Healthcare: Opportunities and Challenges [Volume 5, Issue 4, 2016, Pages 221-223]

L

  • Leadership What About Leadership?; Comment on “Cultures of Silence and Cultures of Voice: The Role of Whistleblowing in Healthcare Organisations” [Volume 5, Issue 2, 2016, Pages 125-127]
  • Leadership Does Management Really Matter? And If so, to Who?; Comment on “Management Matters: A Leverage Point for Health Systems Strengthening in Global Health” [Volume 5, Issue 2, 2016, Pages 141-143]
  • Leadership Developing Leadership in Managers to Facilitate the Implementation of National Guideline Recommendations: A Process Evaluation of Feasibility and Usefulness [Volume 5, Issue 8, 2016, Pages 477-486]
  • Legal The Legal Strength of International Health Instruments - What It Brings to Global Health Governance? [Volume 5, Issue 12, 2016, Pages 683-685]
  • Legalization of Marijuana Legalizing and Regulating Marijuana in Canada: Review of Potential Economic, Social, and Health Impacts [Volume 5, Issue 8, 2016, Pages 453-456]
  • Legitimacy Expanded HTA: Enhancing Fairness and Legitimacy [Volume 5, Issue 1, 2016, Pages 1-3]
  • Legitimacy Expanded HTA, Legitimacy and Independence; Comment on “Expanded HTA: Enhancing Fairness and Legitimacy” [Volume 5, Issue 9, 2016, Pages 565-567]
  • Legitimacy Priority Setting for Universal Health Coverage: We Need Evidence-Informed Deliberative Processes, Not Just More Evidence on Cost-Effectiveness [Volume 5, Issue 11, 2016, Pages 615-618]
  • Liberal Politics Politics and Power in Global Health: The Constituting Role of Conflicts; Comment on “Navigating Between Stealth Advocacy and Unconscious Dogmatism: The Challenge of Researching the Norms, Politics and Power of Global Health” [Volume 5, Issue 2, 2016, Pages 117-119]
  • Licensing Achieving Universal Health Coverage by Focusing on Primary Care in Japan: Lessons for Low- and Middle-Income Countries [Volume 5, Issue 5, 2016, Pages 291-293]
  • Licensure Strategic Faults in Implementation of Hospital Accreditation Programs in Developing Countries: Reflections on the Iranian Experience [Volume 5, Issue 9, 2016, Pages 515-517]
  • Local Government Low Decision Space Means No Decentralization in Fiji; Comment on “Decentralisation of Health Services in Fiji: A Decision Space Analysis” [Volume 5, Issue 11, 2016, Pages 663-665]
  • London National Health Service Principles as Experienced by Vulnerable London Migrants in “Austerity Britain”: A Qualitative Study of Rights, Entitlements, and Civil-Society Advocacy [Volume 5, Issue 10, 2016, Pages 589-597]
  • Long-Range Planning Policy Capacity for Health Reform: Necessary but Insufficient; Comment on “Health Reform Requires Policy Capacity” [Volume 5, Issue 1, 2016, Pages 51-54]

M

  • Macro-Meso-Micro Levels Governance: Blending Bureaucratic Rules with Day to Day Operational Realities; Comment on “Governance, Government, and the Search for New Provider Models” [Volume 5, Issue 9, 2016, Pages 553-555]
  • Management Putting Management Capacity Building at the Forefront of Health Systems Strengthening; Comment on “Management Matters: A Leverage Point for Health Systems Strengthening in Global Health” [Volume 5, Issue 2, 2016, Pages 129-131]
  • Management Does Management Really Matter? And If so, to Who?; Comment on “Management Matters: A Leverage Point for Health Systems Strengthening in Global Health” [Volume 5, Issue 2, 2016, Pages 141-143]
  • Management Developing Leadership in Managers to Facilitate the Implementation of National Guideline Recommendations: A Process Evaluation of Feasibility and Usefulness [Volume 5, Issue 8, 2016, Pages 477-486]
  • Manufacturing and Sales Units Correcting India’s Chronic Shortage of Drug Inspectors to Ensure the Production and Distribution of Safe, High-Quality Medicines [Volume 5, Issue 9, 2016, Pages 535-542]
  • Markets The Slow, Lingering Death of the English NHS; Comment on “Who Killed the English National Health Service?” [Volume 5, Issue 1, 2016, Pages 55-57]
  • Maternal Health Political Impetus: Towards a Successful Agenda-Setting for Inclusive Health Policies in Low- and Middle-Income Countries; Comment on “Shaping the Health Policy Agenda: The Case of Safe Motherhood Policy in Vietnam” [Volume 5, Issue 4, 2016, Pages 275-277]
  • Maternal, Newborn and Child Health Power and Politics in the Global Health Landscape: Beliefs, Competition and Negotiation Among Global Advocacy Coalitions in the Policy-Making Process [Volume 5, Issue 5, 2016, Pages 309-320]
  • Medical Education Non-physician Clinicians in Sub-Saharan Africa and the Evolving Role of Physicians [Volume 5, Issue 3, 2016, Pages 149-153]
  • Medical Education Have Non-physician Clinicians Come to Stay?; Comment on “Non-physician Clinicians in Sub-Saharan Africa and the Evolving Role of Physicians” [Volume 5, Issue 11, 2016, Pages 671-672]
  • Medicalisation Medicalisation and Overdiagnosis: What Society Does to Medicine [Volume 5, Issue 11, 2016, Pages 619-622]
  • Medical Oncologists Attitude of Iranian Medical Oncologists Toward Economic Aspects, and Policy-making in Relation to New Cancer Drugs [Volume 5, Issue 2, 2016, Pages 99-105]
  • Medical Overuse New 2016 MeSH Addressing Information Gap, Poverty, Violence and Danger of Medicine Set the Tone for Policy-Makers in Patient Care [Volume 5, Issue 6, 2016, Pages 397-398]
  • Medical Schools Achieving Universal Health Coverage by Focusing on Primary Care in Japan: Lessons for Low- and Middle-Income Countries [Volume 5, Issue 5, 2016, Pages 291-293]
  • Medical Subject Heading New 2016 MeSH Addressing Information Gap, Poverty, Violence and Danger of Medicine Set the Tone for Policy-Makers in Patient Care [Volume 5, Issue 6, 2016, Pages 397-398]
  • Medication Safety The Tip of the Iceberg of Misleading Online Advertising; Comment on “Trouble Spots in Online Direct-to-Consumer Prescription Drug Promotion: A Content Analysis of FDA Warning Letters” [Volume 5, Issue 5, 2016, Pages 329-331]
  • Mentorship On Management Matters: Why We Must Improve Public Health Management Through Action; Comment on “Management Matters: A Leverage Point for Health Systems Strengthening in Global Health” [Volume 5, Issue 1, 2016, Pages 63-65]
  • Mentorship The Evolving Role of Physicians - Don’t Forget the Generalist Primary Care Providers; Comment on “Non-physician Clinicians in Sub-Saharan Africa and the Evolving Role of Physicians” [Volume 5, Issue 10, 2016, Pages 605-606]
  • Migrant Health National Health Service Principles as Experienced by Vulnerable London Migrants in “Austerity Britain”: A Qualitative Study of Rights, Entitlements, and Civil-Society Advocacy [Volume 5, Issue 10, 2016, Pages 589-597]
  • Migrants In Search of the Third Eye, When the Two Others Are Shamefacedly Shut?; Comment on “Are Sexual and Reproductive Health Policies Designed for All? Vulnerable Groups in Policy Documents of Four European Countries and Their Involvement in Policy Development” [Volume 5, Issue 5, 2016, Pages 325-327]
  • Millennium Development Goals Learning Valuable Perspectives on Improving the World’s Health Through the Post-2015 Development Agenda: A Response to Recent Commentaries [Volume 5, Issue 4, 2016, Pages 289-290]
  • Minimum Volume Thresholds Without Explicit Targets, Does France Meet Minimum Volume Thresholds for Hip and Knee Replacement and Bariatric Surgeries? [Volume 5, Issue 10, 2016, Pages 613-614]
  • Moral Dilemma Whistleblowing: Don’t Encourage It, Prevent It; Comment on “Cultures of Silence And Cultures of Voice: The Role Of Whistleblowing in Healthcare Organisations” [Volume 5, Issue 3, 2016, Pages 189-191]
  • Moral Hazard Socio-economic Aspects of Health-Related Behaviors and Their Dynamics: A Case Study for the Netherlands [Volume 5, Issue 4, 2016, Pages 237-251]
  • Motivation Motivation and Retention of Physicians in Primary Healthcare Facilities: A Qualitative Study From Abbottabad, Pakistan [Volume 5, Issue 8, 2016, Pages 467-475]
  • Multinomial Logit Preferred Primary Healthcare Provider Choice Among Insured Persons in Ashanti Region, Ghana [Volume 5, Issue 3, 2016, Pages 155-163]
  • Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Access to Care for Multiple Sclerosis in Times of Economic Crisis in Greece – the HOPE II Study [Volume 5, Issue 2, 2016, Pages 83-89]
  • Multiple Streams Theory Introducing New Priority Setting and Resource Allocation Processes in a Canadian Healthcare Organization: A Case Study Analysis Informed by Multiple Streams Theory [Volume 5, Issue 1, 2016, Pages 23-31]

N

  • National Health Service (NHS) National Health Service Principles as Experienced by Vulnerable London Migrants in “Austerity Britain”: A Qualitative Study of Rights, Entitlements, and Civil-Society Advocacy [Volume 5, Issue 10, 2016, Pages 589-597]
  • National Health System The Challenge of Complementary and Alternative Medicine After Austerity: A Response to Recent Commentaries [Volume 5, Issue 1, 2016, Pages 77-78]
  • Neoliberalism Human Rights Discourse in the Sustainable Development Agenda Avoids Obligations and Entitlements; Comment on “Rights Language in the Sustainable Development Agenda: Has Right to Health Discourse and Norms Shaped Health Goals?” [Volume 5, Issue 6, 2016, Pages 387-390]
  • Neoliberalism Health Promotion in an Age of Normative Equity and Rampant Inequality [Volume 5, Issue 12, 2016, Pages 675-682]
  • New Cancer Drugs Attitude of Iranian Medical Oncologists Toward Economic Aspects, and Policy-making in Relation to New Cancer Drugs [Volume 5, Issue 2, 2016, Pages 99-105]
  • Non-communicable Disease (NCD) Diabetes Dictating Policy: An Editorial Commemorating World Health Day 2016 [Volume 5, Issue 10, 2016, Pages 571-573]
  • Non-physician Clinician (NPC) Have Non-physician Clinicians Come to Stay?; Comment on “Non-physician Clinicians in Sub-Saharan Africa and the Evolving Role of Physicians” [Volume 5, Issue 11, 2016, Pages 671-672]
  • Non-physician Clinicians (NPCs) Is the Role of Physicians Really Evolving Due to Non-physician Clinicians Predominance in Staff Makeup in Sub-Saharan African Health Systems?; Comment on “Non-physician Clinicians in Sub-Saharan Africa and the Evolving Role of Physicians” [Volume 5, Issue 12, 2016, Pages 725-727]
  • Norms The Ghost Is the Machine: How Can We Visibilize the Unseen Norms and Power of Global Health?; Comment on “Navigating Between Stealth Advocacy and Unconscious Dogmatism: The Challenge of Researching the Norms, Politics and Power of Global Health” [Volume 5, Issue 3, 2016, Pages 197-199]
  • Norms Of Politicians and Technocrats, and Why Global Health Scholars Are Inevitably a Bit of Both: A Response to Recent Commentaries [Volume 5, Issue 7, 2016, Pages 449-450]
  • Not-for-Profit Providers New Provider Models for Sweden and Spain: Public, Private or Non-profit?; Comment on “Governance, Government, and the Search for New Provider Models” [Volume 5, Issue 12, 2016, Pages 721-723]
  • Notice of Violations (NOV) Still the Great Debate – “Fair Balance” in Direct-to-Consumer Prescription Drug Advertising; Comment on “Trouble Spots in Online Direct-to-Consumer Prescription Drug Promotion: A Content Analysis of FDA Warning Letters” [Volume 5, Issue 4, 2016, Pages 287-288]
  • Nutrition Planning and Budgeting for Nutrition Programs in Tanzania: Lessons Learned From the National Vitamin A Supplementation Program [Volume 5, Issue 10, 2016, Pages 583-588]

O

  • Office of Prescription Drug Promotion (OPDP) Still the Great Debate – “Fair Balance” in Direct-to-Consumer Prescription Drug Advertising; Comment on “Trouble Spots in Online Direct-to-Consumer Prescription Drug Promotion: A Content Analysis of FDA Warning Letters” [Volume 5, Issue 4, 2016, Pages 287-288]
  • Online Considering the Future of Pharmaceutical Promotions in Social Media; Comment on “Trouble Spots in Online Direct-to-Consumer Prescription Drug Promotion: A Content Analysis of FDA Warning Letters” [Volume 5, Issue 4, 2016, Pages 283-285]
  • Online Drug Promotion Trouble Spots in Online Direct-to-Consumer Prescription Drug Promotion: Teaching Drug Marketers How to Inform Better or Spin Better?; Comment on “Trouble Spots in Online Direct-to-Consumer Prescription Drug Promotion: A Content Analysis of FDA Warning Letters” [Volume 5, Issue 5, 2016, Pages 333-335]
  • Online Promotion The Conundrum of Online Prescription Drug Promotion; Comment on “Trouble Spots in Online Direct-to-Consumer Prescription Drug Promotion: A Content Analysis of FDA Warning Letters” [Volume 5, Issue 6, 2016, Pages 391-392]
  • Online Promotion of Prescription Drugs The Tip of the Iceberg of Misleading Online Advertising; Comment on “Trouble Spots in Online Direct-to-Consumer Prescription Drug Promotion: A Content Analysis of FDA Warning Letters” [Volume 5, Issue 5, 2016, Pages 329-331]
  • Online Promotion of Prescription Drugs Looking Beyond FDA Warning Letters to Explore Unforeseen Trouble Spots in eDTCA: A Response to Recent Commentaries [Volume 5, Issue 10, 2016, Pages 611-612]
  • Open Vial Policy (OVP) Vaccine Wastage Assessment After Introduction of Open Vial Policy in Surat Municipal Corporation Area of India [Volume 5, Issue 4, 2016, Pages 233-236]
  • Operationalization Operationalization of the Ghanaian Patients’ Charter in a Peri-urban Public Hospital: Voices of Healthcare Workers and Patients [Volume 5, Issue 9, 2016, Pages 525-533]
  • Operationalization Governance in Health – The Need for Exchange and Evidence; Comment on “Governance, Government, and the Search for New Provider Models” [Volume 5, Issue 8, 2016, Pages 507-510]
  • Organisational Interdependence Decentralisation – A Portmanteau Concept That Promises Much but Fails to Deliver?; Comment on “Decentralisation of Health Services in Fiji: A Decision Space Analysis” [Volume 5, Issue 12, 2016, Pages 729-732]
  • Organizational Culture What About Leadership?; Comment on “Cultures of Silence and Cultures of Voice: The Role of Whistleblowing in Healthcare Organisations” [Volume 5, Issue 2, 2016, Pages 125-127]
  • Organizational Form U-Form vs. M-Form: How to Understand Decision Autonomy Under Healthcare Decentralization?; Comment on “Decentralisation of Health Services in Fiji: A Decision Space Analysis” [Volume 5, Issue 9, 2016, Pages 561-563]
  • Organizational Learning The Role of Employee Whistleblowing and Raising Concerns in an Organizational Learning Culture – Elusive and Laudable?; Comment on “Cultures of Silence and Cultures of Voice: The Role of Whistleblowing in Healthcare Organisations” [Volume 5, Issue 1, 2016, Pages 67-69]
  • Organizational Policy Whistleblowing: Don’t Encourage It, Prevent It; Comment on “Cultures of Silence And Cultures of Voice: The Role Of Whistleblowing in Healthcare Organisations” [Volume 5, Issue 3, 2016, Pages 189-191]
  • Organizational Structure What Makes Whistleblowers So Threatening?; Comment on “Cultures of Silence and Cultures of Voice: The Role of Whistleblowing in Healthcare Organisations” [Volume 5, Issue 1, 2016, Pages 71-73]
  • Out-of-Pocket (OOP) Expenses Cost-Sharing Rates Increase During Deep Recession: Preliminary Data From Greece [Volume 5, Issue 12, 2016, Pages 687-692]
  • Outpatient Services Improving Injectable Medicines Prescription in Outpatient Services: A Path Towards Rational Use of Medicines in Iran [Volume 5, Issue 5, 2016, Pages 321-324]
  • Overdiagnosis Medicalisation and Overdiagnosis: What Society Does to Medicine [Volume 5, Issue 11, 2016, Pages 619-622]

P

  • Paediatrics Bed Utilisation in an Irish Regional Paediatric Unit – A Cross-Sectional Study Using the Paediatric Appropriateness Evaluation Protocol (PAEP) [Volume 5, Issue 11, 2016, Pages 643-652]
  • Pandemic Preparedness Key Ethical Issues Discussed at CDC-Sponsored International, Regional Meetings to Explore Cultural Perspectives and Contexts on Pandemic Influenza Preparedness and Response [Volume 5, Issue 11, 2016, Pages 653-662]
  • Parenting Program A Pilot Study of a 6-Week Parenting Program for Mothers of Pre-school Children Attending Family Health Centers in Karachi, Pakistan [Volume 5, Issue 2, 2016, Pages 91-97]
  • Participatory Research An Implementation Research Approach to Evaluating Health Insurance Programs: Insights from India [Volume 5, Issue 5, 2016, Pages 295-299]
  • Patient Access Access to Care for Multiple Sclerosis in Times of Economic Crisis in Greece – the HOPE II Study [Volume 5, Issue 2, 2016, Pages 83-89]
  • Patient and Public Involvement (PPI) Challenges Facing Healthwatch, a New Consumer Champion in England [Volume 5, Issue 4, 2016, Pages 259-263]
  • Patient and Public Involvement (PPI) Consumers or Citizens? Whose Voice Will Healthwatch Represent and Will It Matter?; Comment on “Challenges Facing Healthwatch, a New Consumer Champion in England” [Volume 5, Issue 11, 2016, Pages 667-669]
  • Patient Choice Preferred Primary Healthcare Provider Choice Among Insured Persons in Ashanti Region, Ghana [Volume 5, Issue 3, 2016, Pages 155-163]
  • Patient Mobility Is It More Important to Address the Issue of Patient Mobility or to Guarantee Universal Health Coverage in Europe?; Comment on “Regional Incentives and Patient Cross-Border Mobility: Evidence From the Italian Experience” [Volume 5, Issue 1, 2016, Pages 47-50]
  • Patient Participation Cost-Sharing Rates Increase During Deep Recession: Preliminary Data From Greece [Volume 5, Issue 12, 2016, Pages 687-692]
  • Patient Participation Assessing Patient Participation in Health Policy Decision-Making in Cyprus [Volume 5, Issue 8, 2016, Pages 461-466]
  • Patient Safety The Role of Employee Whistleblowing and Raising Concerns in an Organizational Learning Culture – Elusive and Laudable?; Comment on “Cultures of Silence and Cultures of Voice: The Role of Whistleblowing in Healthcare Organisations” [Volume 5, Issue 1, 2016, Pages 67-69]
  • Patient Safety When Whistle-blowers Become the Story: The Problem of the ‘Third Victim’; Comment on “Cultures of Silence and Cultures of Voice: The Role of Whistleblowing in Healthcare Organisations” [Volume 5, Issue 2, 2016, Pages 133-135]
  • Patients’ Charter Operationalization of the Ghanaian Patients’ Charter in a Peri-urban Public Hospital: Voices of Healthcare Workers and Patients [Volume 5, Issue 9, 2016, Pages 525-533]
  • Patients Mobility Cross-Border Mobility in Italy: Some Considerations in Response to the Recent Commentaries [Volume 5, Issue 1, 2016, Pages 75-76]
  • Peacebuilding A Little Bit of Sugar Helps the Pill Go Down: Resilience, Peace, and Family Planning; Comment on “The Pill Is Mightier Than the Sword” [Volume 5, Issue 2, 2016, Pages 113-116]
  • Pentavalent Vaccine Vaccine Wastage Assessment After Introduction of Open Vial Policy in Surat Municipal Corporation Area of India [Volume 5, Issue 4, 2016, Pages 233-236]
  • Performance Optimisation of Healthcare Contracts: Tensions Between Standardisation and Innovation; Comment on “Competition in Healthcare: Good, Bad or Ugly?” [Volume 5, Issue 2, 2016, Pages 121-123]
  • Peri-urban Operationalization of the Ghanaian Patients’ Charter in a Peri-urban Public Hospital: Voices of Healthcare Workers and Patients [Volume 5, Issue 9, 2016, Pages 525-533]
  • Pharmaceutical Considering the Future of Pharmaceutical Promotions in Social Media; Comment on “Trouble Spots in Online Direct-to-Consumer Prescription Drug Promotion: A Content Analysis of FDA Warning Letters” [Volume 5, Issue 4, 2016, Pages 283-285]
  • Pharmaceutical Looking Beyond FDA Warning Letters to Explore Unforeseen Trouble Spots in eDTCA: A Response to Recent Commentaries [Volume 5, Issue 10, 2016, Pages 611-612]
  • Pharmaceutical Marketing Digital Direct-to-Consumer Advertising: A Perfect Storm of Rapid Evolution and Stagnant Regulation; Comment on “Trouble Spots in Online Direct-to-Consumer Prescription Drug Promotion: A Content Analysis of FDA Warning Letters” [Volume 5, Issue 4, 2016, Pages 271-274]
  • Pharmaceutical Policy Access to Care for Multiple Sclerosis in Times of Economic Crisis in Greece – the HOPE II Study [Volume 5, Issue 2, 2016, Pages 83-89]
  • Physician Have Non-physician Clinicians Come to Stay?; Comment on “Non-physician Clinicians in Sub-Saharan Africa and the Evolving Role of Physicians” [Volume 5, Issue 11, 2016, Pages 671-672]
  • Physician Assistants Non-physician Clinicians in Sub-Saharan Africa and the Evolving Role of Physicians [Volume 5, Issue 3, 2016, Pages 149-153]
  • Physician Competencies Is the Role of Physicians Really Evolving Due to Non-physician Clinicians Predominance in Staff Makeup in Sub-Saharan African Health Systems?; Comment on “Non-physician Clinicians in Sub-Saharan Africa and the Evolving Role of Physicians” [Volume 5, Issue 12, 2016, Pages 725-727]
  • Physician Role Is the Role of Physicians Really Evolving Due to Non-physician Clinicians Predominance in Staff Makeup in Sub-Saharan African Health Systems?; Comment on “Non-physician Clinicians in Sub-Saharan Africa and the Evolving Role of Physicians” [Volume 5, Issue 12, 2016, Pages 725-727]
  • Physicians Motivation and Retention of Physicians in Primary Healthcare Facilities: A Qualitative Study From Abbottabad, Pakistan [Volume 5, Issue 8, 2016, Pages 467-475]
  • Physicians Is the Role of Physicians Really Evolving Due to Non-physician Clinicians Predominance in Staff Makeup in Sub-Saharan African Health Systems?; Comment on “Non-physician Clinicians in Sub-Saharan Africa and the Evolving Role of Physicians” [Volume 5, Issue 12, 2016, Pages 725-727]
  • Physician Training Is the Role of Physicians Really Evolving Due to Non-physician Clinicians Predominance in Staff Makeup in Sub-Saharan African Health Systems?; Comment on “Non-physician Clinicians in Sub-Saharan Africa and the Evolving Role of Physicians” [Volume 5, Issue 12, 2016, Pages 725-727]
  • Planning Planning and Budgeting for Nutrition Programs in Tanzania: Lessons Learned From the National Vitamin A Supplementation Program [Volume 5, Issue 10, 2016, Pages 583-588]
  • Policies In Search of the Third Eye, When the Two Others Are Shamefacedly Shut?; Comment on “Are Sexual and Reproductive Health Policies Designed for All? Vulnerable Groups in Policy Documents of Four European Countries and Their Involvement in Policy Development” [Volume 5, Issue 5, 2016, Pages 325-327]
  • Policy Global Health Warning: Definitions Wield Power; Comment on “Navigating Between Stealth Advocacy and Unconscious Dogmatism: The Challenge of Researching the Norms, Politics and Power of Global Health” [Volume 5, Issue 3, 2016, Pages 207-209]
  • Policy A Sophisticated Architecture Is Indeed Necessary for the Implementation of Health in All Policies but not Enough; Comment on “Understanding the Role of Public Administration in Implementing Action on the Social Determinants of Health and Health Inequities” [Volume 5, Issue 6, 2016, Pages 383-385]
  • Policy Analysis Policies and Processes for Social Inclusion: Using EquiFrame and EquIPP for Policy Dialogue; Comment on “Are Sexual and Reproductive Health Policies Designed for All? Vulnerable Groups in Policy Documents of Four European Countries and Their Involvement in Policy Development” [Volume 5, Issue 3, 2016, Pages 193-196]
  • Policy Analysis Power and Agenda-Setting in Tanzanian Health Policy: An Analysis of Stakeholder Perspectives [Volume 5, Issue 6, 2016, Pages 355-363]
  • Policy Brief Improving Injectable Medicines Prescription in Outpatient Services: A Path Towards Rational Use of Medicines in Iran [Volume 5, Issue 5, 2016, Pages 321-324]
  • Policy Capacity Policy Capacity for Health Reform: Necessary but Insufficient; Comment on “Health Reform Requires Policy Capacity” [Volume 5, Issue 1, 2016, Pages 51-54]
  • Policy Governance Policy Capacity for Health Reform: Necessary but Insufficient; Comment on “Health Reform Requires Policy Capacity” [Volume 5, Issue 1, 2016, Pages 51-54]
  • Policy-Making Attitude of Iranian Medical Oncologists Toward Economic Aspects, and Policy-making in Relation to New Cancer Drugs [Volume 5, Issue 2, 2016, Pages 99-105]
  • Policy-Making Values in Health Policy – A Concept Analysis [Volume 5, Issue 11, 2016, Pages 623-630]
  • Policy Process What Can We Learn About the Processes of Regulation of Tuberculosis Medicines From the Experiences of Health Policy and System Actors in India, Tanzania, and Zambia? [Volume 5, Issue 7, 2016, Pages 403-415]
  • Policy Process Implementing Health in All Policies – Time and Ideas Matter Too!; Comment on “Understanding the Role of Public Administration in Implementing Action on the Social Determinants of Health and Health Inequities” [Volume 5, Issue 10, 2016, Pages 609-610]
  • Political Impetus Political Impetus: Towards a Successful Agenda-Setting for Inclusive Health Policies in Low- and Middle-Income Countries; Comment on “Shaping the Health Policy Agenda: The Case of Safe Motherhood Policy in Vietnam” [Volume 5, Issue 4, 2016, Pages 275-277]
  • Political Science Politics or Technocracy – What Next for Global Health?; Comment on “Navigating Between Stealth Advocacy and Unconscious Dogmatism: The Challenge of Researching the Norms, Politics and Power of Global Health” [Volume 5, Issue 3, 2016, Pages 201-204]
  • Politico-Economic Challenges The Politico-Economic Challenges of Ghana’s National Health Insurance Scheme Implementation [Volume 5, Issue 9, 2016, Pages 543-552]
  • Politics Politics or Technocracy – What Next for Global Health?; Comment on “Navigating Between Stealth Advocacy and Unconscious Dogmatism: The Challenge of Researching the Norms, Politics and Power of Global Health” [Volume 5, Issue 3, 2016, Pages 201-204]
  • Politics We Need Action on Social Determinants of Health – but Do We Want It, too?; Comment on “Understanding the Role of Public Administration in Implementing Action on the Social Determinants of Health and Health Inequities” [Volume 5, Issue 6, 2016, Pages 379-382]
  • Politics Of Politicians and Technocrats, and Why Global Health Scholars Are Inevitably a Bit of Both: A Response to Recent Commentaries [Volume 5, Issue 7, 2016, Pages 449-450]
  • Population Bomb or Boon: Linking Population, People and Power in Fragile Regions; Comment on “The Pill Is Mightier Than the Sword” [Volume 5, Issue 2, 2016, Pages 109-111]
  • Population A Little Bit of Sugar Helps the Pill Go Down: Resilience, Peace, and Family Planning; Comment on “The Pill Is Mightier Than the Sword” [Volume 5, Issue 2, 2016, Pages 113-116]
  • Population The Pill Really Can Be Mightier Than the Sword: A Response to Recent Commentaries [Volume 5, Issue 3, 2016, Pages 219-220]
  • Population Inequalities in Health Status from EQ-5D Findings: A Cross-Sectional Study in Low-Income Communities of Bangladesh [Volume 5, Issue 5, 2016, Pages 301-308]
  • Population Health The Trans-Pacific Partnership: Is It Everything We Feared for Health? [Volume 5, Issue 8, 2016, Pages 487-496]
  • Post-2015 Development Agenda Learning Valuable Perspectives on Improving the World’s Health Through the Post-2015 Development Agenda: A Response to Recent Commentaries [Volume 5, Issue 4, 2016, Pages 289-290]
  • Poverty Health Insecurity and Social Protection: Pathways, Gaps, and Their Implications on Health Outcomes and Poverty [Volume 5, Issue 3, 2016, Pages 183-187]
  • Poverty Politics, Power, Poverty and Global Health: Systems and Frames [Volume 5, Issue 10, 2016, Pages 599-604]
  • Power The Ghost Is the Machine: How Can We Visibilize the Unseen Norms and Power of Global Health?; Comment on “Navigating Between Stealth Advocacy and Unconscious Dogmatism: The Challenge of Researching the Norms, Politics and Power of Global Health” [Volume 5, Issue 3, 2016, Pages 197-199]
  • Power Politics or Technocracy – What Next for Global Health?; Comment on “Navigating Between Stealth Advocacy and Unconscious Dogmatism: The Challenge of Researching the Norms, Politics and Power of Global Health” [Volume 5, Issue 3, 2016, Pages 201-204]
  • Power Global Health Warning: Definitions Wield Power; Comment on “Navigating Between Stealth Advocacy and Unconscious Dogmatism: The Challenge of Researching the Norms, Politics and Power of Global Health” [Volume 5, Issue 3, 2016, Pages 207-209]
  • Power Advancing Global Health – The Need for (Better) Social Science; Comment on “Navigating Between Stealth Advocacy and Unconscious Dogmatism: The Challenge of Researching the Norms, Politics and Power of Global Health” [Volume 5, Issue 4, 2016, Pages 279-281]
  • Power Power and Agenda-Setting in Tanzanian Health Policy: An Analysis of Stakeholder Perspectives [Volume 5, Issue 6, 2016, Pages 355-363]
  • Power Of Politicians and Technocrats, and Why Global Health Scholars Are Inevitably a Bit of Both: A Response to Recent Commentaries [Volume 5, Issue 7, 2016, Pages 449-450]
  • Power Politics, Power, Poverty and Global Health: Systems and Frames [Volume 5, Issue 10, 2016, Pages 599-604]
  • Power Shift Global Health Governance Challenges 2016 – Are We Ready? [Volume 5, Issue 6, 2016, Pages 349-353]
  • Prescribing Improving Injectable Medicines Prescription in Outpatient Services: A Path Towards Rational Use of Medicines in Iran [Volume 5, Issue 5, 2016, Pages 321-324]
  • Prescription Drug Future Challenges and Opportunities in Online Prescription Drug Promotion Research; Comment on “Trouble Spots in Online Direct-to-Consumer Prescription Drug Promotion: A Content Analysis of FDA Warning Letters” [Volume 5, Issue 3, 2016, Pages 211-213]
  • Prescription Drug The Conundrum of Online Prescription Drug Promotion; Comment on “Trouble Spots in Online Direct-to-Consumer Prescription Drug Promotion: A Content Analysis of FDA Warning Letters” [Volume 5, Issue 6, 2016, Pages 391-392]
  • Prescription Drugs Trouble Spots in Online Direct-to-Consumer Prescription Drug Promotion: Teaching Drug Marketers How to Inform Better or Spin Better?; Comment on “Trouble Spots in Online Direct-to-Consumer Prescription Drug Promotion: A Content Analysis of FDA Warning Letters” [Volume 5, Issue 5, 2016, Pages 333-335]
  • Prescription Drugs Cost-Sharing Rates Increase During Deep Recession: Preliminary Data From Greece [Volume 5, Issue 12, 2016, Pages 687-692]
  • Prevention and Control Priority Setting for Improvement of Cervical Cancer Prevention in Iran [Volume 5, Issue 4, 2016, Pages 225-232]
  • Primary Care Achieving Universal Health Coverage by Focusing on Primary Care in Japan: Lessons for Low- and Middle-Income Countries [Volume 5, Issue 5, 2016, Pages 291-293]
  • Primary Care Reform Governance, Government, and the Search for New Provider Models [Volume 5, Issue 1, 2016, Pages 33-42]
  • Primary Care Reform Risks and Opportunities of Reforms Putting Primary Care in the Driver’s Seat; Comment on “Governance, Government, and the Search for New Provider Models” [Volume 5, Issue 8, 2016, Pages 511-513]
  • Primary Healthcare (PHC) The Evolving Role of Physicians - Don’t Forget the Generalist Primary Care Providers; Comment on “Non-physician Clinicians in Sub-Saharan Africa and the Evolving Role of Physicians” [Volume 5, Issue 10, 2016, Pages 605-606]
  • Principal Agent Approach Decentralisation of Health Services in Fiji: A Decision Space Analysis [Volume 5, Issue 3, 2016, Pages 173-181]
  • Principle Values in Health Policy – A Concept Analysis [Volume 5, Issue 11, 2016, Pages 623-630]
  • Prioritization Norwegian Priority Setting in Practice – an Analysis of Waiting Time Patterns Across Medical Disciplines [Volume 5, Issue 6, 2016, Pages 373-378]
  • Priority Setting Introducing New Priority Setting and Resource Allocation Processes in a Canadian Healthcare Organization: A Case Study Analysis Informed by Multiple Streams Theory [Volume 5, Issue 1, 2016, Pages 23-31]
  • Priority Setting Priority Setting for Improvement of Cervical Cancer Prevention in Iran [Volume 5, Issue 4, 2016, Pages 225-232]
  • Priority Setting Priority Setting Meets Multiple Streams: A Match to Be Further Examined?; Comment on “Introducing New Priority Setting and Resource Allocation Processes in a Canadian Healthcare Organization: A Case Study Analysis Informed by Multiple Streams Theory” [Volume 5, Issue 8, 2016, Pages 497-499]
  • Priority Setting Priority Setting for Universal Health Coverage: We Need Evidence-Informed Deliberative Processes, Not Just More Evidence on Cost-Effectiveness [Volume 5, Issue 11, 2016, Pages 615-618]
  • Priority Setting Defining Pathways and Trade-offs Toward Universal Health Coverage; Comment on “Ethical Perspective: Five Unacceptable Trade-offs on the Path to Universal Health Coverage” [Volume 5, Issue 7, 2016, Pages 445-447]
  • Private Practitioners (PPs) Private Practitioners’ Perspectives on Their Involvement With the Tuberculosis Control Programme in a Southern Indian State [Volume 5, Issue 11, 2016, Pages 631-642]
  • Private Sector Private Practitioners’ Perspectives on Their Involvement With the Tuberculosis Control Programme in a Southern Indian State [Volume 5, Issue 11, 2016, Pages 631-642]
  • Privatisation The Slow, Lingering Death of the English NHS; Comment on “Who Killed the English National Health Service?” [Volume 5, Issue 1, 2016, Pages 55-57]
  • Privatization New Provider Models for Sweden and Spain: Public, Private or Non-profit?; Comment on “Governance, Government, and the Search for New Provider Models” [Volume 5, Issue 12, 2016, Pages 721-723]
  • Professional Delegation Non-physician Clinicians in Sub-Saharan Africa and the Evolving Role of Physicians [Volume 5, Issue 3, 2016, Pages 149-153]
  • Professional Development Programmes Outcomes and Impact of Training and Development in Health Management and Leadership in Relation to Competence in Role: A Mixed-Methods Systematic Review Protocol [Volume 5, Issue 12, 2016, Pages 715-720]
  • Programme Budgeting and Marginal Analysis (PBMA) Priority Setting Meets Multiple Streams: A Match to Be Further Examined?; Comment on “Introducing New Priority Setting and Resource Allocation Processes in a Canadian Healthcare Organization: A Case Study Analysis Informed by Multiple Streams Theory” [Volume 5, Issue 8, 2016, Pages 497-499]
  • Proportionate Universalism How Can a Global Social Support System Hope to Achieve Fairer Competiveness?; Comment on “A Global Social Support System: What the International Community Could Learn From the United States’ National Basketball Association” [Volume 5, Issue 3, 2016, Pages 205-206]
  • Provider Governance Provider Governance; A Basic Blackbox Seldom Looked at Properly: A Response to Recent Commentaries [Volume 5, Issue 12, 2016, Pages 733-734]
  • Provider Reform New Provider Models for Sweden and Spain: Public, Private or Non-profit?; Comment on “Governance, Government, and the Search for New Provider Models” [Volume 5, Issue 12, 2016, Pages 721-723]
  • Public A Sophisticated Architecture Is Indeed Necessary for the Implementation of Health in All Policies but not Enough; Comment on “Understanding the Role of Public Administration in Implementing Action on the Social Determinants of Health and Health Inequities” [Volume 5, Issue 6, 2016, Pages 383-385]
  • Public Administration We Need Action on Social Determinants of Health – but Do We Want It, too?; Comment on “Understanding the Role of Public Administration in Implementing Action on the Social Determinants of Health and Health Inequities” [Volume 5, Issue 6, 2016, Pages 379-382]
  • Public Administration From Headline to Hard Grind: The Importance of Understanding Public Administration in Achieving Health Outcomes; Comment on “Understanding the Role of Public Administration in Implementing Action on the Social Determinants of Health and Health Inequities” [Volume 5, Issue 7, 2016, Pages 439-442]
  • Public Health Ethics Key Ethical Issues Discussed at CDC-Sponsored International, Regional Meetings to Explore Cultural Perspectives and Contexts on Pandemic Influenza Preparedness and Response [Volume 5, Issue 11, 2016, Pages 653-662]
  • Public Health Management On Management Matters: Why We Must Improve Public Health Management Through Action; Comment on “Management Matters: A Leverage Point for Health Systems Strengthening in Global Health” [Volume 5, Issue 1, 2016, Pages 63-65]
  • Public Hospital Management Governance, Government, and the Search for New Provider Models [Volume 5, Issue 1, 2016, Pages 33-42]
  • Public Hospitals Operationalization of the Ghanaian Patients’ Charter in a Peri-urban Public Hospital: Voices of Healthcare Workers and Patients [Volume 5, Issue 9, 2016, Pages 525-533]
  • Public Policy Whistleblowing: Don’t Encourage It, Prevent It; Comment on “Cultures of Silence And Cultures of Voice: The Role Of Whistleblowing in Healthcare Organisations” [Volume 5, Issue 3, 2016, Pages 189-191]
  • Public Policy Implementing Health in All Policies – Time and Ideas Matter Too!; Comment on “Understanding the Role of Public Administration in Implementing Action on the Social Determinants of Health and Health Inequities” [Volume 5, Issue 10, 2016, Pages 609-610]
  • Public Policy Re-Conceptualising Public Health Interventions in Government: A Response to Recent Commentaries [Volume 5, Issue 9, 2016, Pages 569-570]
  • Public-Private Mix (PPM) Private Practitioners’ Perspectives on Their Involvement With the Tuberculosis Control Programme in a Southern Indian State [Volume 5, Issue 11, 2016, Pages 631-642]
  • Public Sector Private Practitioners’ Perspectives on Their Involvement With the Tuberculosis Control Programme in a Southern Indian State [Volume 5, Issue 11, 2016, Pages 631-642]

Q

  • Qualitative Motivation and Retention of Physicians in Primary Healthcare Facilities: A Qualitative Study From Abbottabad, Pakistan [Volume 5, Issue 8, 2016, Pages 467-475]
  • Qualitative Research What Can We Learn About the Processes of Regulation of Tuberculosis Medicines From the Experiences of Health Policy and System Actors in India, Tanzania, and Zambia? [Volume 5, Issue 7, 2016, Pages 403-415]
  • Qualitative Research Adoption of Electronic Personal Health Records in Canada: Perceptions of Stakeholders [Volume 5, Issue 7, 2016, Pages 425-433]
  • Quality Challenges Facing Healthwatch, a New Consumer Champion in England [Volume 5, Issue 4, 2016, Pages 259-263]
  • Quality-Adjusted Life-Year (QALY) Algorithm HTA – Algorithm or Process?; Comment on “Expanded HTA: Enhancing Fairness and Legitimacy” [Volume 5, Issue 8, 2016, Pages 501-505]
  • Quality Improvement Strategic Faults in Implementation of Hospital Accreditation Programs in Developing Countries: Reflections on the Iranian Experience [Volume 5, Issue 9, 2016, Pages 515-517]
  • Quality Of Healthcare Bed Utilisation in an Irish Regional Paediatric Unit – A Cross-Sectional Study Using the Paediatric Appropriateness Evaluation Protocol (PAEP) [Volume 5, Issue 11, 2016, Pages 643-652]

R

  • Rational Use of Medicines Improving Injectable Medicines Prescription in Outpatient Services: A Path Towards Rational Use of Medicines in Iran [Volume 5, Issue 5, 2016, Pages 321-324]
  • Recession Access to Care for Multiple Sclerosis in Times of Economic Crisis in Greece – the HOPE II Study [Volume 5, Issue 2, 2016, Pages 83-89]
  • Redistribution From the Myth of Level Playing Fields to the Reality of a Finite Planet; Comment on “A Global Social Support System: What the International Community Could Learn From the United States’ National Basketball Association’s Scheme for Redistribution of New Talent” [Volume 5, Issue 2, 2016, Pages 137-139]
  • Redistribution Towards a Global Social Support System: A Response to the Recent Commentaries [Volume 5, Issue 5, 2016, Pages 345-346]
  • Reference Case HTA – Algorithm or Process?; Comment on “Expanded HTA: Enhancing Fairness and Legitimacy” [Volume 5, Issue 8, 2016, Pages 501-505]
  • Reflective Practice Reflective Practice: How the World Bank Explored Its Own Biases? [Volume 5, Issue 2, 2016, Pages 79-82]
  • Reflexivity The Ghost Is the Machine: How Can We Visibilize the Unseen Norms and Power of Global Health?; Comment on “Navigating Between Stealth Advocacy and Unconscious Dogmatism: The Challenge of Researching the Norms, Politics and Power of Global Health” [Volume 5, Issue 3, 2016, Pages 197-199]
  • Refugees Defining and Acting on Global Health: The Case of Japan and the Refugee Crisis [Volume 5, Issue 8, 2016, Pages 457-460]
  • Region (SEAR) Accelerate Implementation of the WHO Global Code of Practice on International Recruitment of Health Personnel: Experiences From the South East Asia Region; Comment on “Relevance and Effectiveness of the WHO Global Code Practice on the International Recruitment of Health Personnel – Ethical and Systems Perspectives” [Volume 5, Issue 1, 2016, Pages 43-46]
  • Registries Health Departments’ Engagement in Emergency Preparedness Activities: The Influence of Health Informatics Capacity [Volume 5, Issue 10, 2016, Pages 575-582]
  • Regulation What Can We Learn About the Processes of Regulation of Tuberculosis Medicines From the Experiences of Health Policy and System Actors in India, Tanzania, and Zambia? [Volume 5, Issue 7, 2016, Pages 403-415]
  • Regulation Expanded HTA, Legitimacy and Independence; Comment on “Expanded HTA: Enhancing Fairness and Legitimacy” [Volume 5, Issue 9, 2016, Pages 565-567]
  • Regulatory Science Digital Direct-to-Consumer Advertising: A Perfect Storm of Rapid Evolution and Stagnant Regulation; Comment on “Trouble Spots in Online Direct-to-Consumer Prescription Drug Promotion: A Content Analysis of FDA Warning Letters” [Volume 5, Issue 4, 2016, Pages 271-274]
  • Rehabilitation Developing Leadership in Managers to Facilitate the Implementation of National Guideline Recommendations: A Process Evaluation of Feasibility and Usefulness [Volume 5, Issue 8, 2016, Pages 477-486]
  • Removal of User Fees Determinants of Healthcare Utilisation and Out-of-Pocket Payments in the Context of Free Public Primary Healthcare in Zambia [Volume 5, Issue 12, 2016, Pages 693-703]
  • Representation Consumers or Citizens? Whose Voice Will Healthwatch Represent and Will It Matter?; Comment on “Challenges Facing Healthwatch, a New Consumer Champion in England” [Volume 5, Issue 11, 2016, Pages 667-669]
  • Reproductive Power and Politics in the Global Health Landscape: Beliefs, Competition and Negotiation Among Global Advocacy Coalitions in the Policy-Making Process [Volume 5, Issue 5, 2016, Pages 309-320]
  • Research Management Do Financial Incentives Increase Doctors’ Willingness to Publish Research? – A Pilot Study of 21 Junior Doctors [Volume 5, Issue 7, 2016, Pages 451-452]
  • Resilience A Little Bit of Sugar Helps the Pill Go Down: Resilience, Peace, and Family Planning; Comment on “The Pill Is Mightier Than the Sword” [Volume 5, Issue 2, 2016, Pages 113-116]
  • Resource Allocation Introducing New Priority Setting and Resource Allocation Processes in a Canadian Healthcare Organization: A Case Study Analysis Informed by Multiple Streams Theory [Volume 5, Issue 1, 2016, Pages 23-31]
  • Resource Allocation Priority Setting Meets Multiple Streams: A Match to Be Further Examined?; Comment on “Introducing New Priority Setting and Resource Allocation Processes in a Canadian Healthcare Organization: A Case Study Analysis Informed by Multiple Streams Theory” [Volume 5, Issue 8, 2016, Pages 497-499]
  • Resource Based View Strategic Management in the Healthcare Sector: The Debate About the Resource-Based View Flourishes in Response to Recent Commentaries [Volume 5, Issue 2, 2016, Pages 145-146]
  • Retention Motivation and Retention of Physicians in Primary Healthcare Facilities: A Qualitative Study From Abbottabad, Pakistan [Volume 5, Issue 8, 2016, Pages 467-475]
  • Right to Health Health Rights and Realization; Comment on “Rights Language in the Sustainable Development Agenda: Has Right to Health Discourse and Norms Shaped Health Goals?” [Volume 5, Issue 5, 2016, Pages 341-344]
  • Right to Health Human Rights Discourse in the Sustainable Development Agenda Avoids Obligations and Entitlements; Comment on “Rights Language in the Sustainable Development Agenda: Has Right to Health Discourse and Norms Shaped Health Goals?” [Volume 5, Issue 6, 2016, Pages 387-390]
  • Right to Health From Almost Empty to Half Full? A Response to Recent Commentaries [Volume 5, Issue 11, 2016, Pages 673-674]
  • Risk When Whistle-blowers Become the Story: The Problem of the ‘Third Victim’; Comment on “Cultures of Silence and Cultures of Voice: The Role of Whistleblowing in Healthcare Organisations” [Volume 5, Issue 2, 2016, Pages 133-135]
  • Risk Pooling Policy Options to Reduce Fragmentation in the Pooling of Health Insurance Funds in Iran [Volume 5, Issue 4, 2016, Pages 253-258]
  • Rural Health Services Non-physician Clinicians in Sub-Saharan Africa and the Evolving Role of Physicians [Volume 5, Issue 3, 2016, Pages 149-153]
  • Rural Postings Motivation and Retention of Physicians in Primary Healthcare Facilities: A Qualitative Study From Abbottabad, Pakistan [Volume 5, Issue 8, 2016, Pages 467-475]
  • Rwanda Learning Valuable Perspectives on Improving the World’s Health Through the Post-2015 Development Agenda: A Response to Recent Commentaries [Volume 5, Issue 4, 2016, Pages 289-290]

S

  • Safer Care A Wicked Problem? Whistleblowing in Healthcare Organisations; Comment on “Cultures of Silence And Cultures of Voice: The Role of Whistleblowing in Healthcare Organisations” [Volume 5, Issue 4, 2016, Pages 267-269]
  • Safer Care Whistleblowing in the Wind Towards a Socially Situated Research Agenda: A Response to Recent Commentaries [Volume 5, Issue 6, 2016, Pages 395-396]
  • Safety Expanded HTA: Enhancing Fairness and Legitimacy [Volume 5, Issue 1, 2016, Pages 1-3]
  • Safety Whistle Blowing: A Message to Leaders and Managers; Comment on “Cultures of Silence and Cultures of Voice: The Role of Whistleblowing in Healthcare Organizations” [Volume 5, Issue 4, 2016, Pages 265-266]
  • Screening Priority Setting for Improvement of Cervical Cancer Prevention in Iran [Volume 5, Issue 4, 2016, Pages 225-232]
  • Screening Self-perceived Mental Health Status and Uptake of Fecal Occult Blood Test for Colorectal Cancer Screening in Canada: A Cross-Sectional Study [Volume 5, Issue 6, 2016, Pages 365-371]
  • Self-perceived Mental Self-perceived Mental Health Status and Uptake of Fecal Occult Blood Test for Colorectal Cancer Screening in Canada: A Cross-Sectional Study [Volume 5, Issue 6, 2016, Pages 365-371]
  • Sexual and Reproductive Health Rights Health Rights and Realization; Comment on “Rights Language in the Sustainable Development Agenda: Has Right to Health Discourse and Norms Shaped Health Goals?” [Volume 5, Issue 5, 2016, Pages 341-344]
  • Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH) In Search of the Third Eye, When the Two Others Are Shamefacedly Shut?; Comment on “Are Sexual and Reproductive Health Policies Designed for All? Vulnerable Groups in Policy Documents of Four European Countries and Their Involvement in Policy Development” [Volume 5, Issue 5, 2016, Pages 325-327]
  • Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) Care Seeking Patterns of STIs-Associated Symptoms in Iran: Findings of a Population-Based Survey [Volume 5, Issue 1, 2016, Pages 5-11]
  • Silence and Voice What About Leadership?; Comment on “Cultures of Silence and Cultures of Voice: The Role of Whistleblowing in Healthcare Organisations” [Volume 5, Issue 2, 2016, Pages 125-127]
  • Social Determinants We Need Action on Social Determinants of Health – but Do We Want It, too?; Comment on “Understanding the Role of Public Administration in Implementing Action on the Social Determinants of Health and Health Inequities” [Volume 5, Issue 6, 2016, Pages 379-382]
  • Social Determinants of Health The Trans-Pacific Partnership: Is It Everything We Feared for Health? [Volume 5, Issue 8, 2016, Pages 487-496]
  • Social Determinants of Health (SDH) Re-Conceptualising Public Health Interventions in Government: A Response to Recent Commentaries [Volume 5, Issue 9, 2016, Pages 569-570]
  • Social Determinants of Heath (SDOH) A Sophisticated Architecture Is Indeed Necessary for the Implementation of Health in All Policies but not Enough; Comment on “Understanding the Role of Public Administration in Implementing Action on the Social Determinants of Health and Health Inequities” [Volume 5, Issue 6, 2016, Pages 383-385]
  • Social Effects Legalizing and Regulating Marijuana in Canada: Review of Potential Economic, Social, and Health Impacts [Volume 5, Issue 8, 2016, Pages 453-456]
  • Social Media Future Challenges and Opportunities in Online Prescription Drug Promotion Research; Comment on “Trouble Spots in Online Direct-to-Consumer Prescription Drug Promotion: A Content Analysis of FDA Warning Letters” [Volume 5, Issue 3, 2016, Pages 211-213]
  • Social Media Digital Direct-to-Consumer Advertising: A Perfect Storm of Rapid Evolution and Stagnant Regulation; Comment on “Trouble Spots in Online Direct-to-Consumer Prescription Drug Promotion: A Content Analysis of FDA Warning Letters” [Volume 5, Issue 4, 2016, Pages 271-274]
  • Social Media Considering the Future of Pharmaceutical Promotions in Social Media; Comment on “Trouble Spots in Online Direct-to-Consumer Prescription Drug Promotion: A Content Analysis of FDA Warning Letters” [Volume 5, Issue 4, 2016, Pages 283-285]
  • Social Protection for Healthcare Health Insecurity and Social Protection: Pathways, Gaps, and Their Implications on Health Outcomes and Poverty [Volume 5, Issue 3, 2016, Pages 183-187]
  • Social Science Advancing Global Health – The Need for (Better) Social Science; Comment on “Navigating Between Stealth Advocacy and Unconscious Dogmatism: The Challenge of Researching the Norms, Politics and Power of Global Health” [Volume 5, Issue 4, 2016, Pages 279-281]
  • Social Sciences Of Politicians and Technocrats, and Why Global Health Scholars Are Inevitably a Bit of Both: A Response to Recent Commentaries [Volume 5, Issue 7, 2016, Pages 449-450]
  • Social Work Bed Utilisation in an Irish Regional Paediatric Unit – A Cross-Sectional Study Using the Paediatric Appropriateness Evaluation Protocol (PAEP) [Volume 5, Issue 11, 2016, Pages 643-652]
  • Society Medicalisation and Overdiagnosis: What Society Does to Medicine [Volume 5, Issue 11, 2016, Pages 619-622]
  • Solidarity Towards a Global Social Support System: A Response to the Recent Commentaries [Volume 5, Issue 5, 2016, Pages 345-346]
  • Solidarity Universal Health Coverage – The Critical Importance of Global Solidarity and Good Governance; Comment on “Ethical Perspective: Five Unacceptable Trade-offs on the Path to Universal Health Coverage” [Volume 5, Issue 9, 2016, Pages 557-559]
  • Source and Destination Countries Accelerate Implementation of the WHO Global Code of Practice on International Recruitment of Health Personnel: Experiences From the South East Asia Region; Comment on “Relevance and Effectiveness of the WHO Global Code Practice on the International Recruitment of Health Personnel – Ethical and Systems Perspectives” [Volume 5, Issue 1, 2016, Pages 43-46]
  • South East Asia Accelerate Implementation of the WHO Global Code of Practice on International Recruitment of Health Personnel: Experiences From the South East Asia Region; Comment on “Relevance and Effectiveness of the WHO Global Code Practice on the International Recruitment of Health Personnel – Ethical and Systems Perspectives” [Volume 5, Issue 1, 2016, Pages 43-46]
  • Spanish Health Reform Governance, Government, and the Search for New Provider Models [Volume 5, Issue 1, 2016, Pages 33-42]
  • Speaking-up When Whistle-blowers Become the Story: The Problem of the ‘Third Victim’; Comment on “Cultures of Silence and Cultures of Voice: The Role of Whistleblowing in Healthcare Organisations” [Volume 5, Issue 2, 2016, Pages 133-135]
  • Specialists Achieving Universal Health Coverage by Focusing on Primary Care in Japan: Lessons for Low- and Middle-Income Countries [Volume 5, Issue 5, 2016, Pages 291-293]
  • Stewardship Analysing the Stewardship Function in Botswana’s Health System: Reflecting on the Past, Looking to the Future [Volume 5, Issue 12, 2016, Pages 705-713]
  • Strategic Management Strategic Management in the Healthcare Sector: The Debate About the Resource-Based View Flourishes in Response to Recent Commentaries [Volume 5, Issue 2, 2016, Pages 145-146]
  • Strategy Putting Management Capacity Building at the Forefront of Health Systems Strengthening; Comment on “Management Matters: A Leverage Point for Health Systems Strengthening in Global Health” [Volume 5, Issue 2, 2016, Pages 129-131]
  • Stroke Developing Leadership in Managers to Facilitate the Implementation of National Guideline Recommendations: A Process Evaluation of Feasibility and Usefulness [Volume 5, Issue 8, 2016, Pages 477-486]
  • Sub-Saharan Africa Is the Role of Physicians Really Evolving Due to Non-physician Clinicians Predominance in Staff Makeup in Sub-Saharan African Health Systems?; Comment on “Non-physician Clinicians in Sub-Saharan Africa and the Evolving Role of Physicians” [Volume 5, Issue 12, 2016, Pages 725-727]
  • Supervision The Evolving Role of Physicians - Don’t Forget the Generalist Primary Care Providers; Comment on “Non-physician Clinicians in Sub-Saharan Africa and the Evolving Role of Physicians” [Volume 5, Issue 10, 2016, Pages 605-606]
  • Sustainability Global Health Governance Challenges 2016 – Are We Ready? [Volume 5, Issue 6, 2016, Pages 349-353]
  • Sustainable Development Goals Learning Valuable Perspectives on Improving the World’s Health Through the Post-2015 Development Agenda: A Response to Recent Commentaries [Volume 5, Issue 4, 2016, Pages 289-290]
  • Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) Searching for the Right to Health in the Sustainable Development Agenda; Comment on “Rights Language in the Sustainable Development Agenda: Has Right to Health Discourse and Norms Shaped Health Goals?” [Volume 5, Issue 5, 2016, Pages 337-339]
  • Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) Health Rights and Realization; Comment on “Rights Language in the Sustainable Development Agenda: Has Right to Health Discourse and Norms Shaped Health Goals?” [Volume 5, Issue 5, 2016, Pages 341-344]
  • Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) Global Health Governance Challenges 2016 – Are We Ready? [Volume 5, Issue 6, 2016, Pages 349-353]
  • Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) Human Rights Discourse in the Sustainable Development Agenda Avoids Obligations and Entitlements; Comment on “Rights Language in the Sustainable Development Agenda: Has Right to Health Discourse and Norms Shaped Health Goals?” [Volume 5, Issue 6, 2016, Pages 387-390]
  • Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) From Almost Empty to Half Full? A Response to Recent Commentaries [Volume 5, Issue 11, 2016, Pages 673-674]
  • Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) Health Promotion in an Age of Normative Equity and Rampant Inequality [Volume 5, Issue 12, 2016, Pages 675-682]
  • Swedish Health Reform Governance, Government, and the Search for New Provider Models [Volume 5, Issue 1, 2016, Pages 33-42]
  • Swedish Primary Health Center Risks and Opportunities of Reforms Putting Primary Care in the Driver’s Seat; Comment on “Governance, Government, and the Search for New Provider Models” [Volume 5, Issue 8, 2016, Pages 511-513]
  • Symptoms Care Seeking Patterns of STIs-Associated Symptoms in Iran: Findings of a Population-Based Survey [Volume 5, Issue 1, 2016, Pages 5-11]

T

  • Tanzania Power and Agenda-Setting in Tanzanian Health Policy: An Analysis of Stakeholder Perspectives [Volume 5, Issue 6, 2016, Pages 355-363]
  • Tanzania Planning and Budgeting for Nutrition Programs in Tanzania: Lessons Learned From the National Vitamin A Supplementation Program [Volume 5, Issue 10, 2016, Pages 583-588]
  • Terrorism Women’s Education and World Peace: A Feminist Dream Comes True; Comment on “The Pill Is Mightier Than the Sword” [Volume 5, Issue 2, 2016, Pages 107-108]
  • Terrorism The Pill Really Can Be Mightier Than the Sword: A Response to Recent Commentaries [Volume 5, Issue 3, 2016, Pages 219-220]
  • Tertiary Care Health Centre Introducing New Priority Setting and Resource Allocation Processes in a Canadian Healthcare Organization: A Case Study Analysis Informed by Multiple Streams Theory [Volume 5, Issue 1, 2016, Pages 23-31]
  • The Netherlands Socio-economic Aspects of Health-Related Behaviors and Their Dynamics: A Case Study for the Netherlands [Volume 5, Issue 4, 2016, Pages 237-251]
  • Threshold Expanded HTA, Legitimacy and Independence; Comment on “Expanded HTA: Enhancing Fairness and Legitimacy” [Volume 5, Issue 9, 2016, Pages 565-567]
  • Trade and Investment Policy The Trans-Pacific Partnership: Is It Everything We Feared for Health? [Volume 5, Issue 8, 2016, Pages 487-496]
  • Tradi-Practitioner Have Non-physician Clinicians Come to Stay?; Comment on “Non-physician Clinicians in Sub-Saharan Africa and the Evolving Role of Physicians” [Volume 5, Issue 11, 2016, Pages 671-672]
  • Training On Management Matters: Why We Must Improve Public Health Management Through Action; Comment on “Management Matters: A Leverage Point for Health Systems Strengthening in Global Health” [Volume 5, Issue 1, 2016, Pages 63-65]
  • Training Outcomes and Impact of Training and Development in Health Management and Leadership in Relation to Competence in Role: A Mixed-Methods Systematic Review Protocol [Volume 5, Issue 12, 2016, Pages 715-720]
  • Treaties The Legal Strength of International Health Instruments - What It Brings to Global Health Governance? [Volume 5, Issue 12, 2016, Pages 683-685]
  • Treatment Politics and Power in Global Health: The Constituting Role of Conflicts; Comment on “Navigating Between Stealth Advocacy and Unconscious Dogmatism: The Challenge of Researching the Norms, Politics and Power of Global Health” [Volume 5, Issue 2, 2016, Pages 117-119]
  • Trust Governance: Blending Bureaucratic Rules with Day to Day Operational Realities; Comment on “Governance, Government, and the Search for New Provider Models” [Volume 5, Issue 9, 2016, Pages 553-555]
  • Truth to Power A Wicked Problem? Whistleblowing in Healthcare Organisations; Comment on “Cultures of Silence And Cultures of Voice: The Role of Whistleblowing in Healthcare Organisations” [Volume 5, Issue 4, 2016, Pages 267-269]
  • Tuberculosis Private Practitioners’ Perspectives on Their Involvement With the Tuberculosis Control Programme in a Southern Indian State [Volume 5, Issue 11, 2016, Pages 631-642]
  • Tuberculosis (TB) What Can We Learn About the Processes of Regulation of Tuberculosis Medicines From the Experiences of Health Policy and System Actors in India, Tanzania, and Zambia? [Volume 5, Issue 7, 2016, Pages 403-415]

U

  • UK gross domestic product (GDP) UK and Twenty Comparable Countries GDP-Expenditure-on-Health 1980-2013: The Historic and Continued Low Priority of UK Health-Related Expenditure [Volume 5, Issue 9, 2016, Pages 519-523]
  • Universal Health Coverage (UHC) Defining Pathways and Trade-offs Toward Universal Health Coverage; Comment on “Ethical Perspective: Five Unacceptable Trade-offs on the Path to Universal Health Coverage” [Volume 5, Issue 7, 2016, Pages 445-447]
  • Universal Health Coverage (UHC) Universal Health Coverage – The Critical Importance of Global Solidarity and Good Governance; Comment on “Ethical Perspective: Five Unacceptable Trade-offs on the Path to Universal Health Coverage” [Volume 5, Issue 9, 2016, Pages 557-559]
  • Universal Health Coverage (UHC) Priority Setting for Universal Health Coverage: We Need Evidence-Informed Deliberative Processes, Not Just More Evidence on Cost-Effectiveness [Volume 5, Issue 11, 2016, Pages 615-618]
  • Upward Communication Whistle Blowing: A Message to Leaders and Managers; Comment on “Cultures of Silence and Cultures of Voice: The Role of Whistleblowing in Healthcare Organizations” [Volume 5, Issue 4, 2016, Pages 265-266]
  • Urban Health Needed: Global Collaboration for Comparative Research on Cities and Health [Volume 5, Issue 7, 2016, Pages 399-401]

V

  • Vaccine Wastage Factor (WF) Vaccine Wastage Assessment After Introduction of Open Vial Policy in Surat Municipal Corporation Area of India [Volume 5, Issue 4, 2016, Pages 233-236]
  • Vaccine Wastage Rate (WR) Vaccine Wastage Assessment After Introduction of Open Vial Policy in Surat Municipal Corporation Area of India [Volume 5, Issue 4, 2016, Pages 233-236]
  • Values Politics, Power, Poverty and Global Health: Systems and Frames [Volume 5, Issue 10, 2016, Pages 599-604]
  • Values Values in Health Policy – A Concept Analysis [Volume 5, Issue 11, 2016, Pages 623-630]
  • Vietnam Political Impetus: Towards a Successful Agenda-Setting for Inclusive Health Policies in Low- and Middle-Income Countries; Comment on “Shaping the Health Policy Agenda: The Case of Safe Motherhood Policy in Vietnam” [Volume 5, Issue 4, 2016, Pages 275-277]
  • Vietnam The Health Policy Process in Vietnam: Going Beyond Kingdon’s Multiple Streams Theory; Comment on “Shaping the Health Policy Agenda: The Case of Safe Motherhood Policy in Vietnam” [Volume 5, Issue 7, 2016, Pages 435-437]
  • Visual Analogue Scale (VAS) Inequalities in Health Status from EQ-5D Findings: A Cross-Sectional Study in Low-Income Communities of Bangladesh [Volume 5, Issue 5, 2016, Pages 301-308]
  • Vitamin A Supplementation and Deworming (VASD) Planning and Budgeting for Nutrition Programs in Tanzania: Lessons Learned From the National Vitamin A Supplementation Program [Volume 5, Issue 10, 2016, Pages 583-588]
  • Volume-Outcomes Relationships Without Explicit Targets, Does France Meet Minimum Volume Thresholds for Hip and Knee Replacement and Bariatric Surgeries? [Volume 5, Issue 10, 2016, Pages 613-614]
  • Vulnerability Health Insecurity and Social Protection: Pathways, Gaps, and Their Implications on Health Outcomes and Poverty [Volume 5, Issue 3, 2016, Pages 183-187]
  • Vulnerability In Search of the Third Eye, When the Two Others Are Shamefacedly Shut?; Comment on “Are Sexual and Reproductive Health Policies Designed for All? Vulnerable Groups in Policy Documents of Four European Countries and Their Involvement in Policy Development” [Volume 5, Issue 5, 2016, Pages 325-327]

W

  • Waiting Lists Norwegian Priority Setting in Practice – an Analysis of Waiting Time Patterns Across Medical Disciplines [Volume 5, Issue 6, 2016, Pages 373-378]
  • Western Medicine (WM) The Challenge of Complementary and Alternative Medicine After Austerity: A Response to Recent Commentaries [Volume 5, Issue 1, 2016, Pages 77-78]
  • Whistleblowers Whistleblowing Need not Occur if Internal Voices Are Heard: From Deaf Effect to Hearer Courage; Comment on “Cultures of Silence and Cultures of Voice: The Role of Whistleblowing in Healthcare Organisations” [Volume 5, Issue 1, 2016, Pages 59-61]
  • Whistleblowers What Makes Whistleblowers So Threatening?; Comment on “Cultures of Silence and Cultures of Voice: The Role of Whistleblowing in Healthcare Organisations” [Volume 5, Issue 1, 2016, Pages 71-73]
  • Whistleblowing Whistleblowing Need not Occur if Internal Voices Are Heard: From Deaf Effect to Hearer Courage; Comment on “Cultures of Silence and Cultures of Voice: The Role of Whistleblowing in Healthcare Organisations” [Volume 5, Issue 1, 2016, Pages 59-61]
  • Whistleblowing The Role of Employee Whistleblowing and Raising Concerns in an Organizational Learning Culture – Elusive and Laudable?; Comment on “Cultures of Silence and Cultures of Voice: The Role of Whistleblowing in Healthcare Organisations” [Volume 5, Issue 1, 2016, Pages 67-69]
  • Whistleblowing What Makes Whistleblowers So Threatening?; Comment on “Cultures of Silence and Cultures of Voice: The Role of Whistleblowing in Healthcare Organisations” [Volume 5, Issue 1, 2016, Pages 71-73]
  • Whistleblowing Whistleblowing: Don’t Encourage It, Prevent It; Comment on “Cultures of Silence And Cultures of Voice: The Role Of Whistleblowing in Healthcare Organisations” [Volume 5, Issue 3, 2016, Pages 189-191]
  • Whistleblowing When Whistle-blowers Become the Story: The Problem of the ‘Third Victim’; Comment on “Cultures of Silence and Cultures of Voice: The Role of Whistleblowing in Healthcare Organisations” [Volume 5, Issue 2, 2016, Pages 133-135]
  • Whistleblowing Whistle Blowing: A Message to Leaders and Managers; Comment on “Cultures of Silence and Cultures of Voice: The Role of Whistleblowing in Healthcare Organizations” [Volume 5, Issue 4, 2016, Pages 265-266]
  • Whistleblowing A Wicked Problem? Whistleblowing in Healthcare Organisations; Comment on “Cultures of Silence And Cultures of Voice: The Role of Whistleblowing in Healthcare Organisations” [Volume 5, Issue 4, 2016, Pages 267-269]
  • Whistleblowing Whistleblowing in the Wind Towards a Socially Situated Research Agenda: A Response to Recent Commentaries [Volume 5, Issue 6, 2016, Pages 395-396]
  • Whistle Blowing What About Leadership?; Comment on “Cultures of Silence and Cultures of Voice: The Role of Whistleblowing in Healthcare Organisations” [Volume 5, Issue 2, 2016, Pages 125-127]
  • Workforce On Management Matters: Why We Must Improve Public Health Management Through Action; Comment on “Management Matters: A Leverage Point for Health Systems Strengthening in Global Health” [Volume 5, Issue 1, 2016, Pages 63-65]
  • Workforce Have Non-physician Clinicians Come to Stay?; Comment on “Non-physician Clinicians in Sub-Saharan Africa and the Evolving Role of Physicians” [Volume 5, Issue 11, 2016, Pages 671-672]
  • Workplace Culture The Role of Employee Whistleblowing and Raising Concerns in an Organizational Learning Culture – Elusive and Laudable?; Comment on “Cultures of Silence and Cultures of Voice: The Role of Whistleblowing in Healthcare Organisations” [Volume 5, Issue 1, 2016, Pages 67-69]
  • World Health Day Diabetes Dictating Policy: An Editorial Commemorating World Health Day 2016 [Volume 5, Issue 10, 2016, Pages 571-573]

Y

  • Youth Bulge Women’s Education and World Peace: A Feminist Dream Comes True; Comment on “The Pill Is Mightier Than the Sword” [Volume 5, Issue 2, 2016, Pages 107-108]

Z

  • Zambia Determinants of Healthcare Utilisation and Out-of-Pocket Payments in the Context of Free Public Primary Healthcare in Zambia [Volume 5, Issue 12, 2016, Pages 693-703]