Keyword Index

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  • Abortion Family Planning as a Possible Measure to Alleviate Poverty in the Philippines – Beyond Sociocultural Norms and Pervasive Opposition [Volume 6, Issue 11, 2017, Pages 683-684]
  • Abortions Japan Turns Pro-Life: Recent Change in Reproductive Health Policy and Controversies over Prenatal Screening [Volume 2, Issue 2, 2014, Pages 61-63]
  • Absconding Study of Patients Absconding Behavior in a General Hospital at Southern Region of Iran [Volume 4, Issue 3, 2015, Pages 137-141]
  • Absenteeism We Need to Talk About Corruption in Health Systems [Volume 8, Issue 4, 2019, Pages 191-194]
  • Absorption Employee Engagement within the NHS: A Cross-Sectional Study [Volume 4, Issue 2, 2015, Pages 85-90]
  • Abuse Improving Fraud and Abuse Detection in General Physician Claims: A Data Mining Study [Volume 5, Issue 3, 2016, Pages 165-172]
  • Abuse The Frequency of Alcohol Use in Iranian Urban Population: The Results of a National Network Scale Up Survey [Volume 6, Issue 2, 2017, Pages 97-102]
  • Academic Medical Centers Evaluation of Board Performance in Iran’s Universities of Medical Sciences [Volume 3, Issue 5, 2014, Pages 235-241]
  • Academic Partnerships Health Professional Training and Capacity Strengthening Through International Academic Partnerships: The First Five Years of the Human Resources for Health Program in Rwanda [Volume 7, Issue 11, 2018, Pages 1024-1039]
  • Academic Partnerships Reflections on Health Workforce Development; Comment on “Health Professional Training and Capacity Strengthening Through International Academic Partnerships: The First Five Years of the Human Resources for Health Program in Rwanda” [Volume 8, Issue 4, 2019, Pages 245-246]
  • Access International Patients on Operation Vacation – Perspectives of Patients Travelling to Hungary for Orthopaedic Treatments [Volume 3, Issue 6, 2014, Pages 333-340]
  • Accessibility National Pharmacare in Canada: Equality or Equity, Accessibility or Affordability; Comment on “Universal Pharmacare in Canada: A Prescription for Equity in Healthcare” [(Articles in Press)]
  • 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]
  • Access to Healthcare How the Spectre of Societal Homogeneity Undermines Equitable Healthcare for Refugees; Comment on “Defining and Acting on Global Health: The Case of Japan and the Refugee Crisis” [Volume 6, Issue 6, 2017, Pages 349-351]
  • Access to Hospitalization Care Inequity in Hospitalization Care: A Study on Utilization of Healthcare Services in West Bengal, India [Volume 4, Issue 1, 2015, Pages 29-38]
  • Accidental Fall Risk Factors for Falls in Hospital In-Patients: A Prospective Nested Case Control Study [Volume 8, Issue 5, 2019, Pages 300-306]
  • 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 The Need for Global Application of the Accountability for Reasonableness Approach to Support Sustainable Outcomes; Comment on “Expanded HTA: Enhancing Fairness and Legitimacy” [Volume 6, Issue 2, 2017, Pages 115-118]
  • Accountability Understanding Internal Accountability in Nigeria’s Routine Immunization System: Perspectives From Government Officials at the National, State, and Local Levels [Volume 6, Issue 7, 2017, Pages 403-412]
  • Accountability High Stakes Require More Than Just Talk: What to Do About Corruption in Health Systems; Comment on “We Need to Talk About Corruption in Health Systems” [Volume 8, Issue 8, 2019, Pages 505-507]
  • Accountability for Reasonableness Expanded HTA: Enhancing Fairness and Legitimacy [Volume 5, Issue 1, 2016, Pages 1-3]
  • Accountability for Reasonableness Stakeholder Participation for Legitimate Priority Setting: A Checklist [Volume 7, Issue 11, 2018, Pages 973-976]
  • Accountability for Reasonableness Moving Towards Accountability for Reasonableness – A Systematic Exploration of the Features of Legitimate Healthcare Coverage Decision-Making Processes Using Rare Diseases and Regenerative Therapies as a Case Study [Volume 8, Issue 7, 2019, Pages 424-443]
  • Accountability for Reasonableness HTA Agencies Need Evidence-Informed Deliberative Processes; Comment on “Use of Evidence-Informed Deliberative Processes by Health Technology Assessment Agencies Around the Globe” [(Articles in Press)]
  • 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]
  • Accountable Care Organizations Two Wrongs Do Not Make a Right: Flaws in Alternatives to Fee-for-Service Payment Plans Do Not Mean Fee-for-Service Is a Good Solution to Rising Prices; Comment on “Fee-for-Service Payment - An Evil Practice That Must Be Stamped Out?” [Volume 4, Issue 9, 2015, Pages 611-612]
  • Accounting Implementation of a Health Management Mentoring Program: Year-1 Evaluation of Its Impact on Health System Strengthening in Zambézia Province, Mozambique [Volume 4, Issue 6, 2015, Pages 353-361]
  • Accreditation Exploring the Relationship between Accreditation and Patient Satisfaction – The Case of Selected Lebanese Hospitals [Volume 3, Issue 6, 2014, Pages 341-346]
  • 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]
  • Actionable Tools “Seeing” the Difference: The Importance of Visibility and Action as a Mark of “Authenticity” in Co-production; Comment on “Collaboration and Co-production of Knowledge in Healthcare: Opportunities and Challenges” [Volume 6, Issue 6, 2017, Pages 345-348]
  • ACT Misuse Misuse of Artemisinin Combination Therapies by Clients of Medicine Retailers Suspected to Have Malaria Without Prior Parasitological Confirmation in Nigeria [Volume 7, Issue 6, 2018, Pages 542-548]
  • Acute Conflict Associations Between Acute Conflict and Maternal Care Usage in Egypt: An Uncontrolled Before-and-After Study Using Demographic and Health Survey Data [Volume 8, Issue 3, 2019, Pages 158-167]
  • Adaptability Thinking Shift on Health Systems: From Blueprint Health Programmes towards Resilience of Health Systems; Comment on “Constraints to Applying Systems Thinking Concepts in Health Systems: A Regional Perspective from Surveying Stakeholders in Eastern Mediterranean Countries” [Volume 4, Issue 5, 2015, Pages 307-309]
  • 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]
  • Adaptive Policies Adaptive Policies for Reducing Inequalities in the Social Determinants of Health [Volume 4, Issue 11, 2015, Pages 763-767]
  • Adaptive Systems A Case for Open Network Health Systems: Systems as Networks in Public Mental Health [Volume 6, Issue 3, 2017, Pages 129-133]
  • Administrative Data Course of Health Care Costs before and after Psychiatric Inpatient Treatment: Patient-Reported vs. Administrative Records [Volume 4, Issue 3, 2015, Pages 153-160]
  • Adolescent Factors Associated With Unhealthy Snacks Consumption Among Adolescents in Iran’s Schools [Volume 6, Issue 9, 2017, Pages 519-528]
  • Adoption Adoption of Electronic Personal Health Records in Canada: Perceptions of Stakeholders [Volume 5, Issue 7, 2016, Pages 425-433]
  • Advanced Education The Proportion of Female Physician Links With Advanced Educational Opportunity for Female and by Female [(Articles in Press)]
  • Adverse Drug Reaction (ADR) Pharmacovigilance in India, Uganda and South Africa with Reference to WHO’s Minimum Requirements [Volume 4, Issue 5, 2015, Pages 295-305]
  • Adverse Events False Dawns and New Horizons in Patient Safety Research and Practice [Volume 6, Issue 12, 2017, Pages 685-689]
  • Adverse Events The Rise of Patient Safety-II: Should We Give Up Hope on Safety-I and Extracting Value From Patient Safety Incidents?; Comment on “False Dawns and New Horizons in Patient Safety Research and Practice” [Volume 7, Issue 7, 2018, Pages 667-670]
  • Adverse Events Where is Patient Safety Research and Practice Heading? A Response to Recent Commentaries [Volume 8, Issue 2, 2019, Pages 136-137]
  • 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]
  • Advertising Trade Agreements and Direct-to-Consumer Advertising of Pharmaceuticals [Volume 7, Issue 2, 2018, Pages 98-100]
  • Advisory Committee Implementation of a Health Policy Advisory Committee as a Knowledge Translation Platform: The Nigeria Experience [Volume 4, Issue 3, 2015, Pages 161-168]
  • Advocacy Diffusion of Innovation in Mental Health Policy Adoption: What Should We Ask about the Quality of Policy and the Role of Stakeholders in this Process?; Comment on “Cross-National Diffusion of Mental Health Policy” [Volume 4, Issue 6, 2015, Pages 387-389]
  • Advocacy “Enemies of the People?” Public Health in the Era of Populist Politics; Comment on “The Rise of Post-truth Populism in Pluralist Liberal Democracies: Challenges for Health Policy” [Volume 6, Issue 11, 2017, Pages 669-672]
  • Advocacy Challenges Facing Global Health Networks: The NCD Alliance Experience; Comment on “Four Challenges that Global Health Networks Face” [Volume 7, Issue 3, 2018, Pages 282-285]
  • Advocacy Additional Insights Into Problem Definition and Positioning From Social Science; Comment on “Four Challenges That Global Health Networks Face” [Volume 7, Issue 4, 2018, Pages 362-364]
  • Affordable Care Act (ACA) Health System Reform in the United States [Volume 2, Issue 1, 2014, Pages 5-8]
  • Affordable Care Act (ACA) Does the Accountable Care Act Aim to Promote Quality, Health, and Control Costs or Has It Missed the Mark? ;Comment on “Health System Reform in the United States” [Volume 2, Issue 2, 2014, Pages 97-99]
  • Affordable Care Act (ACA) Interrelation of Preventive Care Benefits and Shared Costs under the Affordable Care Act (ACA) [Volume 3, Issue 3, 2014, Pages 145-148]
  • Affordable Care Act (ACA) Prevention under the Affordable Care Act (ACA): Has the ACA Overpromised and under Delivered?; Comment on “Interrelation of Preventive Care Benefits and Shared Costs under the Affordable Care Act (ACA)” [Volume 3, Issue 3, 2014, Pages 155-156]
  • Afghanistan Long and Short Integrated Management of Childhood Illness (IMCI) Training Courses in Afghanistan: A Cross-sectional Cohort Comparison of Post-Course Knowledge and Performance [Volume 4, Issue 3, 2015, Pages 143-152]
  • Afghanistan Effects of Training Health Workers in Integrated Management of Childhood Illness on Quality of Care for Under-5 Children in Primary Healthcare Facilities in Afghanistan [Volume 9, Issue 1, 2020, Pages 17-26]
  • Africa Sustaining Health for Wealth: Perspectives for the Post-2015 Agenda; Comment on “Improving the World’s Health Through the Post-2015 Development Agenda: Perspectives From Rwanda” [Volume 4, Issue 10, 2015, Pages 673-675]
  • 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]
  • Africa Global Surgery – Informing National Strategies for Scaling Up Surgery in Sub-Saharan Africa [Volume 7, Issue 6, 2018, Pages 481-484]
  • Africa Local Research Catalyzes National Surgical Planning; Comment on “Global Surgery – Informing National Strategies for Scaling Up Surgery in Sub-Saharan Africa” [Volume 7, Issue 11, 2018, Pages 1058-1060]
  • Africa Global Surgery Priorities: A Response to Recent Commentaries [Volume 8, Issue 6, 2019, Pages 381-383]
  • African Exploring Cigarette Use among Male Migrant Workers in Nigeria [Volume 4, Issue 4, 2015, Pages 221-227]
  • African Health Systems Defining Sub-Saharan Africa’s Health Workforce Needs: Going Forwards Quickly Into the Past; Comment on “Non-physician Clinicians in Sub-Saharan Africa and the Evolving Role of Physicians” [Volume 6, Issue 2, 2017, Pages 111-113]
  • Aged Exploring a New Model of End-of-Life Care for Older People That Operates in the Space Between the Life World and the Healthcare System: A Qualitative Case Study [(Articles in Press)]
  • Ageing The Contribution of Ageing to Hospitalisation Days in Hong Kong: A Decomposition Analysis [Volume 6, Issue 3, 2017, Pages 155-164]
  • Agency Women in Healthcare: Barriers and Enablers from a Developing Country Perspective [Volume 1, Issue 1, 2013, Pages 23-33]
  • Agency History, Structure and Agency in Global Health Governance; Comment on “Global Health Governance Challenges 2016 – Are We Ready?” [Volume 6, Issue 4, 2017, Pages 237-241]
  • Agenda-Setting Shaping the Health Policy Agenda: The Case of Safe Motherhood Policy in Vietnam [Volume 4, Issue 11, 2015, Pages 741-746]
  • 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]
  • Agenda-Setting What Enables and Constrains the Inclusion of the Social Determinants of Health Inequities in Government Policy Agendas? A Narrative Review [Volume 7, Issue 2, 2018, Pages 101-111]
  • Agenda-Setting The Making of a New Medical Specialty: A Policy Analysis of the Development of Emergency Medicine in India [Volume 7, Issue 11, 2018, Pages 993-1006]
  • Agents of Change A New Synthesis in Search of Synthesizing Agents; Comment on “A New Synthesis” [Volume 2, Issue 3, 2014, Pages 143-144]
  • Aging The Evolution of Long-term Care Programs; Comment on “Financing Long-term Care: Lessons From Japan” [Volume 9, Issue 1, 2020, Pages 42-44]
  • Aging Aging, Pensions and Long-term Care: What, Why, Who, How?; Comment on “Financing Long-term Care: Lessons From Japan” [(Articles in Press)]
  • Aging in Place Current Status of Long-term Care in Taiwan: Transition of Long-term Care Plan From 1.0 to 2.0 [(Articles in Press)]
  • Aid Whither Mental Health Policy-Where Does It Come from and Does It Go Anywhere Useful?; Comment on “Cross-National Diffusion of Mental Health Policy” [Volume 4, Issue 4, 2015, Pages 249-251]
  • Aid Mental Health Policy Adoption as a Seminal Event: A Response to Recent Commentaries [Volume 4, Issue 7, 2015, Pages 493-494]
  • Aid Effectiveness Achieving a “Grand Convergence” in Global Health by 2035: Rwanda Shows the Way; Comment on “Improving the World’s Health Through the Post-2015 Development Agenda: Perspectives From Rwanda” [Volume 4, Issue 11, 2015, Pages 789-791]
  • Aid Effectiveness “It’s About the Idea Hitting the Bull’s Eye”: How Aid Effectiveness Can Catalyse the Scale-up of Health Innovations [Volume 7, Issue 8, 2018, Pages 718-727]
  • Aid Effectiveness Ownership in Name, But not Necessarily in Action; Comment on “It’s About the Idea Hitting the Bull’s Eye”: How Aid Effectiveness Can Catalyse the Scale-up of Health Innovations” [Volume 7, Issue 11, 2018, Pages 1053-1055]
  • Aid Effectiveness Effective Aid for Hitting the Bull’s Eye; Comment on “It’s About the Idea Hitting the Bull’s Eye”: How Aid Effectiveness Can Catalyse the Scale-up of Health Innovations” [Volume 7, Issue 12, 2018, Pages 1155-1157]
  • Aid Effectiveness Aid Effectiveness in the Sustainable Development Goals Era; Comment on ““It’s About the Idea Hitting the Bull’s Eye”: How Aid Effectiveness Can Catalyse the Scale-up of Health Innovations” [Volume 8, Issue 3, 2019, Pages 184-186]
  • 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]
  • AIDS Tackling HIV in MENA: Talk Is Not Enough–It Is Time for Bold Actions: A Response to Recent Commentaries [Volume 7, Issue 2, 2018, Pages 199-200]
  • Air Pollution Smog, Cognition and Real-World Decision-Making [Volume 8, Issue 2, 2019, Pages 76-80]
  • Air Pollution Climate Change and Telemedicine: A Prospective View [(Articles in Press)]
  • Alcohol The Frequency of Alcohol Use in Iranian Urban Population: The Results of a National Network Scale Up Survey [Volume 6, Issue 2, 2017, Pages 97-102]
  • Alcohol Big Tobacco, Alcohol, and Food and NCDs in LMICs: An Inconvenient Truth and Call to Action; Comment on “Addressing NCDs: Challenges From Industry Market Promotion and Interferences” [Volume 8, Issue 12, 2019, Pages 727-731]
  • Alcohol NCD Prevention and Control: Sustainable and Comprehensive Solutions; A Response to Recent Commentaries [(Articles in Press)]
  • Allied Health What Factors Do Allied Health Take Into Account When Making Resource Allocation Decisions? [Volume 7, Issue 5, 2018, Pages 412-420]
  • Allied Health Occupations Development of the Translating Allied Health Knowledge (TAHK) Framework [Volume 8, Issue 7, 2019, Pages 412-423]
  • Allied Health Personnel Development of the Translating Allied Health Knowledge (TAHK) Framework [Volume 8, Issue 7, 2019, Pages 412-423]
  • Allocation Ethics in HTA: Examining the “Need for Expansion” [Volume 6, Issue 10, 2017, Pages 551-553]
  • Ambulatory Care Independent Treatment Centres Are Not a Guarantee for High Quality and Low Healthcare Prices in The Netherlands – A Study of 5 Elective Surgeries [(Articles in Press)]
  • Amenable Mortality Shanghai Rising: Health Improvements as Measured by Avoidable Mortality since 2000 [Volume 4, Issue 1, 2015, Pages 7-12]
  • American Workplace Corporate Wellness Programs: Implementation Challenges in the Modern American Workplace [Volume 1, Issue 3, 2013, Pages 193-199]
  • Amphetamines Awareness and Attitude Towards Opioid and Stimulant Use and Lifetime Prevalence of the Drugs: A Study in 5 Large Cities of Iran [Volume 8, Issue 4, 2019, Pages 222-232]
  • Analytic Hierarchy Process Validating and Determining the Weight of Items Used for Evaluating Clinical Governance Implementation Based on Analytic Hierarchy Process Model [Volume 4, Issue 10, 2015, Pages 645-651]
  • ANC Visits Contribution of Nepal’s Free Delivery Care Policies in Improving Utilisation of Maternal Health Services [Volume 7, Issue 7, 2018, Pages 645-655]
  • Antenatal Care, Knowledge Regular Antenatal Care Visits Predict Good Knowledge Among Post-natal Mothers Regarding Entitlements of Health Programs in Western India [Volume 8, Issue 8, 2019, Pages 467-473]
  • Antenatal Care Utilization Inequities in Antenatal Care, and Individual and Environmental Determinants of Utilization at National and Sub-national Level in Pakistan: A Multilevel Analysis [Volume 7, Issue 8, 2018, Pages 699-710]
  • Anthropocene Earth as Humans’ Habitat: Global Climate Change and the Health of Populations [Volume 2, Issue 1, 2014, Pages 9-12]
  • Anti-corruption High Stakes Require More Than Just Talk: What to Do About Corruption in Health Systems; Comment on “We Need to Talk About Corruption in Health Systems” [Volume 8, Issue 8, 2019, Pages 505-507]
  • Anti-corruption Some Things Are Rarely Discussed in Public – on the Discourse of Corruption in Healthcare; Comment on “We Need to Talk About Corruption in Health Systems” [Volume 8, Issue 9, 2019, Pages 560-562]
  • Anti-corruption in Health Demystify False Dilemmas to Speak About Corruption in Health Systems: Different Actors, Different Perspectives, Different Strategies; Comment on “We Need to Talk About Corruption in Health Systems” [Volume 8, Issue 10, 2019, Pages 620-622]
  • Anti-Politics A Spanner in the Works? Anti-Politics in Global Health Policy; Comment on “A Ghost in the Machine? Politics in Global Health Policy” [Volume 3, Issue 3, 2014, Pages 151-153]
  • 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]
  • Antivenom Needs and Availability of Snake Antivenoms: Relevance and Application of International Guidelines [Volume 4, Issue 7, 2015, Pages 447-457]
  • Antiviral Therapy “Sell an Ox” - The Price of Cure for Hepatitis C in Two Countries [(Articles in Press)]
  • Anxiety Beyond Compassion: Replacing a Blame Culture With Proper Emotional Support and Management; Comment on “Why and How Is Compassion Necessary to Provide Good Quality Healthcare?” [Volume 4, Issue 9, 2015, Pages 617-619]
  • Appointment Allocation Long Waiting Times for Elective Hospital Care – Breaking the Vicious Circle by Abandoning Prioritisation [Volume 9, Issue 3, 2020, Pages 96-107]
  • Appointment Planning Systems Recent Iranian Health System Reform: An Operational Perspective to Improve Health Services Quality [Volume 7, Issue 1, 2018, Pages 70-74]
  • Argentina Quality of Life in Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus Patients Requiring Insulin Treatment in Buenos Aires, Argentina: A Cross-Sectional Study [Volume 4, Issue 7, 2015, Pages 475-480]
  • Article 8 Stakeholder’s Assessment of the Awareness and Effectiveness of Smoke-free Law in Thailand [Volume 7, Issue 10, 2018, Pages 919-922]
  • Artificial Intelligence The Potential Possibility of Symptom Checker [Volume 6, Issue 10, 2017, Pages 615-616]
  • Artificial Intelligence Patient Engagement and its Evaluation Tools – Current Challenges and Future Directions; Comment on “Metrics and Evaluation Tools for Patient Engagement in Healthcare Organization- and System-Level Decision-Making: A Systematic Review” [Volume 8, Issue 6, 2019, Pages 378-380]
  • Artificial Intelligence Meeting the Challenge of Diabetes in China [Volume 9, Issue 2, 2020, Pages 47-52]
  • Asia Moving Toward Universal Health Coverage (UHC) to Achieve Inclusive and Sustainable Health Development: Three Essential Strategies Drawn From Asian Experience; Comment on “Improving the World’s Health Through the Post-2015 Development Agenda: Perspectives from Rwanda” [Volume 4, Issue 12, 2015, Pages 869-872]
  • Asia Managing In- and Out-Migration of Health Workforce in Selected Countries in South East Asia Region [Volume 7, Issue 2, 2018, Pages 137-143]
  • Assessment Assessment of Trend and Seasonality in Road Accident Data: An Iranian Case Study [Volume 1, Issue 1, 2013, Pages 51-55]
  • Assessment The International Landscape of Medical Licensing Examinations: A Typology Derived From a Systematic Review [Volume 7, Issue 9, 2018, Pages 782-790]
  • Astana Declaration Ageing in Asia: Beyond the Astana Declaration Towards Financing Long-term Care for All; Comment on “Financing Long-term Care: Lessons From Japan” [(Articles in Press)]
  • Asylum Seekers Settling Ulysses: An Adapted Research Agenda for Refugee Mental Health [Volume 7, Issue 4, 2018, Pages 294-296]
  • Attacks Deadly Professions: Violent Attacks Against Aid-Workers and the Health Implications for Local Populations [Volume 2, Issue 2, 2014, Pages 65-67]
  • Attitude Senior Managers’ Viewpoints Toward Challenges of Implementing Clinical Governance: A National Study in Iran [Volume 1, Issue 4, 2013, Pages 295-299]
  • Attitude Knowledge and Attitude of Saudi Health Professions’ Students Regarding Patient’s Bill of Rights [Volume 3, Issue 3, 2014, Pages 117-122]
  • Attitude Factors Associated with Pediatrician Attitudes over the Use of Complementary and Traditional Medicine on Children in Muscat, Oman [Volume 4, Issue 2, 2015, Pages 65-68]
  • 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]
  • Attitude Awareness and Attitude Towards Opioid and Stimulant Use and Lifetime Prevalence of the Drugs: A Study in 5 Large Cities of Iran [Volume 8, Issue 4, 2019, Pages 222-232]
  • Attributes Eliciting Preferences for Health Insurance in Iran Using Discrete Choice Experiment Analysis [Volume 8, Issue 8, 2019, Pages 488-497]
  • 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]
  • Audit of Diabetes Dependent Quality Quality of Life in Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus Patients Requiring Insulin Treatment in Buenos Aires, Argentina: A Cross-Sectional Study [Volume 4, Issue 7, 2015, Pages 475-480]
  • Austerity Imagined in Policy, Inscribed on Bodies: Defending an Ethic of Compassion in a Political Context; Comment on “Why and How Is Compassion Necessary to Provide Good Quality Healthcare?” [Volume 4, Issue 10, 2015, Pages 681-683]
  • 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]
  • Australia The “Hot Potato” of Mental Health App Regulation: A Critical Case Study of the Australian Policy Arena [Volume 8, Issue 3, 2019, Pages 168-176]
  • Australia “It’s Not Smooth Sailing”: Bridging the Gap Between Methods and Content Expertise in Public Health Guideline Development [(Articles in Press)]
  • Australia What Can Health Services Researchers Offer Health Systems? Developing Meaningful Partnerships Between Academics and Health System Workers; Comment on “Experience of Health Leadership in Partnering with University-Based Researchers in Canada - A Call to ‘Re-imagine’ Research” [(Articles in Press)]
  • Australia The Potential for Early Health Economic Modelling in Health Technology Assessment and Reimbursement Decision-Making; Comment on “Problems and Promises of Health Technologies: The Role of Early Health Economic Modeling” [(Articles in Press)]
  • Autonomy Ethical Agreement and Disagreement about Obesity Prevention Policy in the United States [Volume 1, Issue 2, 2013, Pages 117-120]
  • Autonomy Ethical Standards to Guide the Development of Obesity Policies and Programs; Comment on “Ethical Agreement and Disagreement about Obesity Prevention Policy in the United States” [Volume 1, Issue 4, 2013, Pages 313-315]
  • 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]
  • Avicenna Avicenna’s Educational Views with Emphasis on the Education of Hygiene and Wellness [Volume 1, Issue 3, 2013, Pages 201-205]
  • Avoidable Death Avoidable Mortality Differences between Rural and Urban Residents During 2004–2011: A Case Study in Iran [Volume 1, Issue 4, 2013, Pages 287-293]
  • Avoidable Mortality Avoidable Mortality Differences between Rural and Urban Residents During 2004–2011: A Case Study in Iran [Volume 1, Issue 4, 2013, Pages 287-293]
  • Avoidable Mortality Untimely Applause Was a Distraction; Comment on “Shanghai Rising: Health Improvements as Measured by Avoidable Mortality since 2000” [Volume 4, Issue 6, 2015, Pages 403-405]
  • Avoidable Mortality Cities and Health: A Response to the Recent Commentaries [Volume 4, Issue 10, 2015, Pages 709-710]
  • Avoidable Mortality (AM) What Really Matters: Living Longer or Living Healthier; Comment on “Shanghai Rising: Health Improvements as Measured by Avoidable Mortality Since 2000” [Volume 4, Issue 7, 2015, Pages 487-489]
  • Awareness Patients’ Awareness of Their Rights: Insight from a Developing Country [Volume 1, Issue 2, 2013, Pages 143-146]

B

  • Babies Switched at Birth The Natural Rights of Children [Volume 2, Issue 2, 2014, Pages 85-89]
  • Bandar Abbas Measuring Access to Urban Health Services Using Geographical Information System (GIS): A Case Study of Health Service Management in Bandar Abbas, Iran [Volume 4, Issue 7, 2015, Pages 439-445]
  • Bangladesh Retaining Doctors in Rural Bangladesh: A Policy Analysis [Volume 7, Issue 9, 2018, Pages 847-858]
  • Bare Below the Elbows (BBTE) Patients Attitude towards Surgeons Attire in Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital Drogheda [Volume 4, Issue 4, 2015, Pages 217-220]
  • Bargaining Power Does Scale of Public Hospitals Affect Bargaining Power? Evidence From Japan [Volume 6, Issue 12, 2017, Pages 695-700]
  • Barriers Barriers to the Implementation of the Health and Rehabilitation Articles of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities in South Africa [Volume 6, Issue 4, 2017, Pages 207-218]
  • Beacon Clinic The Newcomer Health Clinic in Nova Scotia: A Beacon Clinic to Support the Health Needs of the Refugee Population [Volume 7, Issue 12, 2018, Pages 1085-1089]
  • 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]
  • Behavioral Model of Health Services Medical Sociology as a Heuristic Instrument for Medical Tourism and Cross-Border Healthcare; Comment on “International Patients on Operation Vacation – Perspectives of Patients Travelling to Hungary for Orthopedic Treatments” [Volume 4, Issue 4, 2015, Pages 243-244]
  • Behaviors Methadone Maintenance Treatment Program in Prisons from the Perspective of Medical and non-Medical Prison Staff: A Qualitative Study in Iran [Volume 4, Issue 9, 2015, Pages 583-589]
  • Behavioural Economics Paying People to Be Healthy [Volume 1, Issue 4, 2013, Pages 245-246]
  • Belgium Sustainability of Long-term Care: Puzzling Tasks Ahead for Policy-Makers [Volume 6, Issue 4, 2017, Pages 195-205]
  • 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]
  • Belonging Settling Ulysses: An Adapted Research Agenda for Refugee Mental Health [Volume 7, Issue 4, 2018, Pages 294-296]
  • Benefit-Cost Analysis Is Provision of Healthcare Sufficient to Ensure Better Access? An Exploration of the Scope for Public-Private Partnership in India [Volume 4, Issue 7, 2015, Pages 467-474]
  • Benefit Incidence Analysis (BIA) Inequity in Hospitalization Care: A Study on Utilization of Healthcare Services in West Bengal, India [Volume 4, Issue 1, 2015, Pages 29-38]
  • Benefit Package Financing Long-Term Care: Lessons From Japan [Volume 8, Issue 8, 2019, Pages 462-466]
  • Benefit Package Strategic Purchasing: The Neglected Health Financing Function for Pursuing Universal Health Coverage in Low- and Middle-Income Countries; Comment on “What’s Needed to Develop Strategic Purchasing in Healthcare? Policy Lessons from a Realist Review” [Volume 8, Issue 8, 2019, Pages 501-504]
  • Benefits and Downsides Potential Benefits and Downsides of External Healthcare Performance Evaluation Systems: Real-Life Perspectives on Iranian Hospital Evaluation and Accreditation Program [Volume 3, Issue 4, 2014, Pages 191-198]
  • Benin Local Stakeholders’ Perceptions about the Introduction of Performance-Based Financing in Benin: A Case Study in Two Health Districts [Volume 3, Issue 4, 2014, Pages 207-214]
  • Benin Ineffective Healthcare Technology Management in Benin’s Public Health Sector: The Perceptions of Key Actors and Their Ability to Address the Main Problems [Volume 6, Issue 10, 2017, Pages 587-600]
  • Benin Performance-Based Financing to Strengthen the Health System in Benin: Challenging the Mainstream Approach [Volume 7, Issue 1, 2018, Pages 35-47]
  • Best Buy NCD Interventions Addressing NCDs: Challenges From Industry Market Promotion and Interferences [Volume 8, Issue 5, 2019, Pages 256-260]
  • Best Buy NCD Interventions NCD Prevention and Control: Sustainable and Comprehensive Solutions; A Response to Recent Commentaries [(Articles in Press)]
  • Bias Handing the Microphone to Women: Changes in Gender Representation in Editorial Contributions Across Medical and Health Journals 2008-2018 [(Articles in Press)]
  • Big Data Meeting the Challenge of Diabetes in China [Volume 9, Issue 2, 2020, Pages 47-52]
  • Big Tobacco Big Tobacco, Alcohol, and Food and NCDs in LMICs: An Inconvenient Truth and Call to Action; Comment on “Addressing NCDs: Challenges From Industry Market Promotion and Interferences” [Volume 8, Issue 12, 2019, Pages 727-731]
  • Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Power in Global Health Agenda-Setting: The Role of Private Funding; Comment on “Knowledge, Moral Claims and the Exercise of Power in Global Health” [Volume 4, Issue 5, 2015, Pages 315-317]
  • Bioethics Knowledge and Attitude of Saudi Health Professions’ Students Regarding Patient’s Bill of Rights [Volume 3, Issue 3, 2014, Pages 117-122]
  • Bioethics Human Dignity as Leading Principle in Public Health Ethics: A Multi-Case Analysis of 21st Century German Health Policy Decisions [Volume 7, Issue 3, 2018, Pages 210-224]
  • Biologic Cost-Effectiveness Analysis of Psoriasis Treatment Modalities in Malaysia [Volume 8, Issue 7, 2019, Pages 394-402]
  • 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]
  • Biomedical Model Mistaking the Map for the Territory: What Society Does With Medicine; Comment on “Medicalisation and Overdiagnosis: What Society Does to Medicine” [Volume 6, Issue 10, 2017, Pages 605-607]
  • Biopharmaceutical Biopharmaceutical Innovation System in China: System Evolution and Policy Transitions (Pre-1990s-2010s) [Volume 4, Issue 12, 2015, Pages 823-829]
  • Biotechnology Biopharmaceutical Innovation System and the Influence of Policies: The Case of Taiwan (2000-2008) [Volume 1, Issue 2, 2013, Pages 125-130]
  • Biotechnology Biopharmaceutical Innovation System in China: System Evolution and Policy Transitions (Pre-1990s-2010s) [Volume 4, Issue 12, 2015, Pages 823-829]
  • Blame Culture Beyond Compassion: Replacing a Blame Culture With Proper Emotional Support and Management; Comment on “Why and How Is Compassion Necessary to Provide Good Quality Healthcare?” [Volume 4, Issue 9, 2015, Pages 617-619]
  • Blended Learning Let’s Take it to the Clouds: The Potential of Educational Innovations, Including Blended Learning, for Capacity Building in Developing Countries [Volume 4, Issue 9, 2015, Pages 571-573]
  • Blinder-Oaxaca Decomposition Economic Inequality in Presenting Vision in Shahroud, Iran: Two Decomposition Methods [Volume 7, Issue 1, 2018, Pages 59-69]
  • Blood Transfusion Comparison of Blood Transfusion Plus Chelation Therapy and Bone Marrow Transplantation in Patients with β-Thalassemia: Application of SF-36, EQ-5D, and Visual Analogue Scale Measures [Volume 4, Issue 11, 2015, Pages 733-740]
  • Blood Transfusion Safety The Urgency to Mitigate the Spread of Hepatitis C in Pakistan Through Blood Transfusion Reform [Volume 7, Issue 3, 2018, Pages 207-209]
  • Bone Marrow Comparison of Blood Transfusion Plus Chelation Therapy and Bone Marrow Transplantation in Patients with β-Thalassemia: Application of SF-36, EQ-5D, and Visual Analogue Scale Measures [Volume 4, Issue 11, 2015, Pages 733-740]
  • Border Control Forced Migration and Global Responsibility for Health; Comment on “Defining and Acting on Global Health: The Case of Japan and the Refugee Crisis” [Volume 6, Issue 7, 2017, Pages 415-418]
  • Botswana Assessing Performance of Botswana’s Public Hospital System: The Use of the World Health Organization Health System Performance Assessment Framework [Volume 3, Issue 4, 2014, Pages 179-189]
  • 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]
  • Bough and Brought Goods Informal Patient Payments and Bought and Brought Goods in the Western Balkans – A Scoping Review [Volume 6, Issue 11, 2017, Pages 621-637]
  • Boundaries Translating Evidence into Healthcare Policy and Practice: Single Versus Multi-Faceted Implementation Strategies – Is There a Simple Answer to a Complex Question? [Volume 4, Issue 3, 2015, Pages 123-126]
  • 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]
  • Boundary Management Translating Evidence into Healthcare Policy and Practice: Single Versus Multi-Faceted Implementation Strategies – Is There a Simple Answer to a Complex Question? [Volume 4, Issue 3, 2015, Pages 123-126]
  • Boundary Spanning The Embedded Health Management Academic: A Boundary Spanning Role for Enabling Knowledge Translation; Comment on “CIHR Health System Impact Fellows: Reflections on ‘Driving Change’ Within the Health System” [(Articles in Press)]
  • Bourdieu Knowledge and Networks – Key Sources of Power in Global Health; Comment on “Knowledge, Moral Claims and the Exercise of Power in Global Health” [Volume 4, Issue 2, 2015, Pages 119-121]
  • Bourdieu Disturbing the Doxa of Patient Safety; Comment on “False Dawns and New Horizons in Patient Safety Research and Practice” [Volume 7, Issue 9, 2018, Pages 867-869]
  • Branded Medicines A Cost Analysis of the Jan Aushadhi Scheme in India [Volume 6, Issue 5, 2017, Pages 253-256]
  • Brazil BRIC Health Systems and Big Pharma: A Challenge for Health Policy and Management [Volume 7, Issue 3, 2018, Pages 201-206]
  • Brazil Challenges and Prospects for Integrating the Assessment of Health Impacts in the Licensing Process of Large Capital Project in Brazil [Volume 7, Issue 10, 2018, Pages 885-888]
  • Brazil, Russia, India, China, South Africa (BRICS) Essential Drugs Production in Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa (BRICS): Opportunities and Challenges [Volume 3, Issue 7, 2014, Pages 365-370]
  • Breast Cancer The Financial Cost of Preventive and Curative Programs for Breast Cancer: A Case Study of Women in Shiraz-Iran [Volume 2, Issue 4, 2014, Pages 187-191]
  • Brexit Wind of Change: Brexit and European Rehabilitation [Volume 7, Issue 4, 2018, Pages 367-368]
  • Bribery We Need to Talk About Corruption in Health Systems [Volume 8, Issue 4, 2019, Pages 191-194]
  • BRIC BRIC Health Systems and Big Pharma: A Challenge for Health Policy and Management [Volume 7, Issue 3, 2018, Pages 201-206]
  • British National Health Service (NHS) Sharpening the Health Policy Analytical Rapier; Comment on “The Politics and Analytics of Health Policy” [Volume 2, Issue 4, 2014, Pages 201-202]
  • 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 Constraint The Economic Impact of Clinical Research in an Italian Public Hospital: The Malignant Pleural Mesothelioma Case Study [Volume 7, Issue 8, 2018, Pages 728-737]
  • 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]
  • Burden of Disease The Curse of Wealth – Middle Eastern Countries Need to Address the Rapidly Rising Burden of Diabetes [Volume 2, Issue 3, 2014, Pages 109-114]
  • 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]
  • Burkina Faso Evaluating the Process and Extent of Institutionalization: A Case Study of a Rapid Response Unit for Health Policy in Burkina Faso [Volume 7, Issue 1, 2018, Pages 15-26]
  • Burkina Faso The Importance of Leadership and Organizational Capacity in Shaping Health Workers’ Motivational Reactions to Performance-Based Financing: A Multiple Case Study in Burkina Faso [Volume 8, Issue 5, 2019, Pages 272-279]
  • Burkina Faso Relevance of a Toll-Free Call Service Using an Interactive Voice Server to Strengthen Health System Governance and Responsiveness in Burkina Faso [Volume 8, Issue 6, 2019, Pages 353-364]
  • Burnout Compassion Is a Necessity and an Individual and Collective Responsibility; Comment on “Why and How Is Compassion Necessary to Provide Good Quality Healthcare?” [Volume 4, Issue 9, 2015, Pages 613-614]

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  • Calcium Essential Medicines for Children: An Endocrine Perspective [Volume 3, Issue 6, 2014, Pages 357-357]
  • Cameroon Addressing Health Workforce Distribution Concerns: A Discrete Choice Experiment to Develop Rural Retention Strategies in Cameroon [Volume 4, Issue 3, 2015, Pages 169-180]
  • Campaigns Organ Donation Awareness: Rethinking Media Campaigns [Volume 7, Issue 12, 2018, Pages 1165-1166]
  • Canada The Dilemma of Physician Shortage and International Recruitment in Canada [Volume 3, Issue 1, 2014, Pages 29-32]
  • Canada Examining the Potential Role of a Supervised Injection Facility in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, to Avert HIV among People Who Inject Drugs [Volume 4, Issue 6, 2015, Pages 373-379]
  • 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]
  • Canada Beyond “Two Cultures”: Guidance for Establishing Effective Researcher/Health System Partnerships [Volume 6, Issue 1, 2017, Pages 27-42]
  • Canada The Challenges of Projecting the Public Health Impacts of Marijuana Legalization in Canada; Comment on “Legalizing and Regulating Marijuana in Canada: Review of Potential Economic, Social, and Health Impacts” [Volume 6, Issue 5, 2017, Pages 285-287]
  • Canada Legalizing Marijuana in Canada — A Double-Edged Sword: A Response to Recent Commentaries [Volume 6, Issue 3, 2017, Pages 181-182]
  • Canada Health Services Research Spending and Healthcare System Impact; Comment on “Public Spending on Health Service and Policy Research in Canada, the United Kingdom, and the United States: A Modest Proposal” [Volume 7, Issue 3, 2018, Pages 278-281]
  • Canada CIHR Health System Impact Fellows: Reflections on “Driving Change” Within the Health System [Volume 8, Issue 6, 2019, Pages 325-328]
  • Canada It’s All About the IKT Approach: Three Perspectives on an Embedded Research Fellowship; Comment on “CIHR Health System Impact Fellows: Reflections on ‘Driving Change’ Within the Health System” [Volume 8, Issue 7, 2019, Pages 455-458]
  • Canada The Health System Impact Fellowship: Perspectives From the Program Leads; Comment on “CIHR Health System Impact Fellows: Reflections on ‘Driving Change’ Within the Health System” [Volume 8, Issue 10, 2019, Pages 623-626]
  • Canada Experience of Health Leadership in Partnering With University-Based Researchers in Canada – A Call to “Re-imagine” Research [Volume 8, Issue 12, 2019, Pages 684-699]
  • Canada Universal Pharmacare in Canada: A Prescription for Equity in Healthcare [Volume 9, Issue 3, 2020, Pages 91-95]
  • Canada Team-Based Integrated Knowledge Translation for Enhancing Quality of Life in Long-term Care Settings: A Multi-method, Multi-sectoral Research Design [(Articles in Press)]
  • Canada How to Work Collaboratively Within the Health System: Workshop Summary and Facilitator Reflection [(Articles in Press)]
  • Canada It’s Time to Finally Kill the Zombies; Comment on “Universal Pharmacare in Canada” [(Articles in Press)]
  • Canada The Challenges of Canadian Pharmacare Are More Complicated Than Acknowledged; Comment on “Pharmacare in Canada” [(Articles in Press)]
  • Cancer Control Plan Health Equity in National Cancer Control Plans: An Analysis of the Ontario Cancer Plan [Volume 8, Issue 9, 2019, Pages 550-556]
  • Cancer Patient Organizations (CPOs) Assessing Patient Organization Participation in Health Policy: A Comparative Study in France and Italy [Volume 7, Issue 1, 2018, Pages 48-58]
  • Cannabis The Devil Is in the Details! On Regulating Cannabis Use in Canada Based on Public Health Criteria; Comment on “Legalizing and Regulating Marijuana in Canada: Review of Potential Economic, Social, and Health Impacts” [Volume 6, Issue 3, 2017, Pages 173-176]
  • Capabilities Ethical Standards to Guide the Development of Obesity Policies and Programs; Comment on “Ethical Agreement and Disagreement about Obesity Prevention Policy in the United States” [Volume 1, Issue 4, 2013, Pages 313-315]
  • 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 Enhancing the Capacity of Policy-Makers to Develop Evidence-Informed Policy Brief on Infectious Diseases of Poverty in Nigeria [Volume 4, Issue 9, 2015, Pages 599-610]
  • Capacity Multisectoral Actions for Health: Challenges and Opportunities in Complex Policy Environments [Volume 6, Issue 7, 2017, Pages 359-363]
  • Capacity Accelerating the Worldwide Adoption of Sugar-Sweetened Beverage Taxes: Strengthening Commitment and Capacity; Comment on “The Untapped Power of Soda Taxes: Incentivizing Consumers, Generating Revenue, and Altering Corporate Behavior” [Volume 7, Issue 5, 2018, Pages 474-478]
  • Capacity Building Reflecting on Backward Design for Knowledge Translation; Comment on “A Call for a Backward Design to Knowledge Translation” [Volume 4, Issue 8, 2015, Pages 541-543]
  • Capacity Building Health Management Mentoring for Health Systems Strengthening: A Response to Recent Commentaries [Volume 4, Issue 11, 2015, Pages 793-794]
  • 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]
  • Capacity Building The Human Resources for Health Program in Rwanda – Reflections on Achievements and Challenges; Comment on “Health Professional Training and Capacity Strengthening Through International Academic Partnerships: The First Five Years of the Human Resources for Health Program in Rwanda” [Volume 8, Issue 2, 2019, Pages 128-131]
  • Capacity Building Capacity Building to Improve Hospital Managers’ Performance in West Asia [Volume 8, Issue 5, 2019, Pages 319-320]
  • Capacity Building Towards Improving Hospital Managers’ Performance in Iran: History of a Pioneer Program Among EMRO Countries [(Articles in Press)]
  • Capacity Development “You Travel Faster Alone, but Further Together”: Learning From a Cross Country Research Collaboration From a British Council Newton Fund Grant [Volume 7, Issue 11, 2018, Pages 977-981]
  • Capacity Development Reflections on Health Workforce Development; Comment on “Health Professional Training and Capacity Strengthening Through International Academic Partnerships: The First Five Years of the Human Resources for Health Program in Rwanda” [Volume 8, Issue 4, 2019, Pages 245-246]
  • Capacity Development What Can Policy-Makers Get Out of Systems Thinking? Policy Partners’ Experiences of a Systems-Focused Research Collaboration in Preventive Health [Volume 9, Issue 2, 2020, Pages 65-76]
  • Capacity Strengthening Seriously Implementing Health Capacity Strengthening Programs in Africa; Comment on “Implementation of a Health Management Mentoring Program: Year-1 Evaluation of Its Impact on Health System Strengthening in Zambézia Province, Mozambique” [Volume 4, Issue 10, 2015, Pages 691-693]
  • Capacity Utilization (CU) Measuring the Capacity Utilization of Public District Hospitals in Tunisia: Using Dual Data Envelopment Analysis Approach [Volume 6, Issue 1, 2017, Pages 9-18]
  • Capitalism Global Health in the Anthropocene: Moving Beyond Resilience and Capitalism; Comment on “Health Promotion in an Age of Normative Equity and Rampant Inequality” [Volume 6, Issue 8, 2017, Pages 481-486]
  • Capitalism Neoliberalism 4.0: The Rise of Illiberal Capitalism; Comment on “How Neoliberalism Is Shaping the Supply of Unhealthy Commodities and What This Means for NCD Prevention” [(Articles in Press)]
  • Capitation Healthcare Reimbursement and Quality Improvement: Integration Using the Electronic Medical Record; Comment on “Fee-for-service Payment - an Evil Practice That Must Be Stamped Out?” [Volume 4, Issue 8, 2015, Pages 549-551]
  • 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]
  • Cardiovascular Disease (CVD) Estimation of the Cardiovascular Risk Using World Health Organization/International Society of Hypertension (WHO/ISH) Risk Prediction Charts in a Rural Population of South India [Volume 4, Issue 8, 2015, Pages 531-536]
  • Care Toward Customized Care; Comment on “(Re) Making the Procrustean Bed? Standardization and Customization as Competing Logics in Healthcare” [Volume 7, Issue 3, 2018, Pages 272-274]
  • Career Ladders A Single Competency-Based Education and Training and Competency-Based Career Framework for the Australian Health Workforce: Discussing the Potential Value Add [Volume 3, Issue 4, 2014, Pages 215-221]
  • Career Mobility A Single Competency-Based Education and Training and Competency-Based Career Framework for the Australian Health Workforce: Discussing the Potential Value Add [Volume 3, Issue 4, 2014, Pages 215-221]
  • Care Ethics Why Good Quality Care Needs Philosophy More Than Compassion; Comment on “Why and How Is Compassion Necessary to Provide Good Quality Healthcare?” [Volume 4, Issue 10, 2015, Pages 677-679]
  • Care Ethics Introducing Care Ethics into Humanitarianism; Comment on “A Crisis of Humanitarianism: Refugees at the Gates of Europe” [(Articles in Press)]
  • Caregiver Benefits The Evolution of Long-term Care Programs; Comment on “Financing Long-term Care: Lessons From Japan” [Volume 9, Issue 1, 2020, Pages 42-44]
  • Care-Plan An Evaluation of the Role of an Intermediate Care Facility in the Continuum of Care in Western Cape, South Africa [Volume 7, Issue 2, 2018, Pages 167-179]
  • 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]
  • Care Transitions The Newcomer Health Clinic in Nova Scotia: A Beacon Clinic to Support the Health Needs of the Refugee Population [Volume 7, Issue 12, 2018, Pages 1085-1089]
  • Caring A Doctor’s First, and Last, Responsibility is to Care Comment on “Denial of Treatment to Obese Patients—the Wrong Policy on Personal Responsibility for Health” [Volume 1, Issue 3, 2013, Pages 239-240]
  • Carrots and Sticks Corporate Wellness Programs: Implementation Challenges in the Modern American Workplace [Volume 1, Issue 3, 2013, Pages 193-199]
  • Carrots and Sticks There Are Many Purposes for Conditional Incentives to Accessing Healthcare; Comment on “Denial of Treatment to Obese Patients—the Wrong Policy on Personal Responsibility for Health” [Volume 1, Issue 3, 2013, Pages 235-236]
  • Carrots and Sticks Sticking with Carrots and Sticks (Sticking Points Aside): A Response to Ventakapuram, Goldberg, and Forrow [Volume 1, Issue 4, 2013, Pages 317-318]
  • Case Study Local Stakeholders’ Perceptions about the Introduction of Performance-Based Financing in Benin: A Case Study in Two Health Districts [Volume 3, Issue 4, 2014, Pages 207-214]
  • Cash Benefits The Challenge of Sustaining Long-term Care in Aging Societies: Lessons From Japan and Spain; Comment on “Financing Long-term Care: Lessons From Japan” [(Articles in Press)]
  • Cash for Care The Evolution of Long-term Care Programs; Comment on “Financing Long-term Care: Lessons From Japan” [Volume 9, Issue 1, 2020, Pages 42-44]
  • Cash Transfers Paying People to Be Healthy [Volume 1, Issue 4, 2013, Pages 245-246]
  • Catastrophic Health Expenditure Household Financial Contribution to the Health System in Shiraz, Iran in 2012 [Volume 3, Issue 5, 2014, Pages 243-249]
  • Catastrophic Health Expenditure Out-of-Pocket Payments, Catastrophic Health Expenditure and Poverty Among Households in Nigeria 2010 [Volume 7, Issue 9, 2018, Pages 798-806]
  • Catastrophic Health Expenditure (CHE) National Health Insurance Scheme: How Protected Are Households in Oyo State, Nigeria from Catastrophic Health Expenditure? [Volume 2, Issue 4, 2014, Pages 175-180]
  • 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]
  • Catholic Family Planning as a Possible Measure to Alleviate Poverty in the Philippines – Beyond Sociocultural Norms and Pervasive Opposition [Volume 6, Issue 11, 2017, Pages 683-684]
  • Causality Just Say No to the TPP: A Democratic Setback for American and Asian Public Health; Comment on “The Trans-Pacific Partnership: Is It Everything We Feared for Health?” [Volume 6, Issue 7, 2017, Pages 419-421]
  • Censorship Not Up for Discussion: Applying Lukes’ Power Model to the Study of Health System Corruption; Comment on “We Need to Talk About Corruption in Health Systems” [Volume 8, Issue 12, 2019, Pages 723-726]
  • 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]
  • Centralization Decentralization and Regionalization of Surgical Care: A Review of Evidence for the Optimal Distribution of Surgical Services in Low- and Middle-Income Countries [Volume 8, Issue 9, 2019, Pages 521-537]
  • Central Obesity Inadequate Control of Diabetes and Metabolic Indices among Diabetic Patients: A Population Based Study from the Kerman Coronary Artery Disease Risk Study (KERCADRS) [Volume 4, Issue 5, 2015, Pages 271-277]
  • Ceremonies Fetus, Fasting, and Festival: The Persistent Effects of In Utero Social Shocks [Volume 3, Issue 4, 2014, Pages 165-169]
  • 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]
  • CFIR Stakeholder Perceptions and Context of the Implementation of Performance-Based Financing in District Hospitals in Mali [Volume 8, Issue 10, 2019, Pages 583-592]
  • Challenge Multisectoral Actions for Health: Challenges and Opportunities in Complex Policy Environments [Volume 6, Issue 7, 2017, Pages 359-363]
  • Challenges and Opportunities Implementing Federalism in the Health System of Nepal: Opportunities and Challenges [Volume 8, Issue 4, 2019, Pages 195-198]
  • Change Management Are Healthcare Organizations Ready for Change?; Comment on “Development and Content Validation of a Transcultural Instrument to Assess Organizational Readiness for Knowledge Translation in Healthcare Organizations: The OR4KT” [Volume 7, Issue 12, 2018, Pages 1158-1160]
  • Change Theories Change Theory for Accounting System Reform in Health Sector: A Case Study of Kerman University of Medical Sciences in Iran [Volume 1, Issue 4, 2013, Pages 279-285]
  • 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 Birth Has the Public Health System Provided Adequate Financial Risk Protection for Child Birth Conditions – Evidences From an Eastern Indian State [Volume 8, Issue 3, 2019, Pages 145-149]
  • Child Circumcision Libertarianism and Circumcision [Volume 3, Issue 1, 2014, Pages 33-40]
  • Child Health Long and Short Integrated Management of Childhood Illness (IMCI) Training Courses in Afghanistan: A Cross-sectional Cohort Comparison of Post-Course Knowledge and Performance [Volume 4, Issue 3, 2015, Pages 143-152]
  • Child Health An Assessment of National Maternal and Child Health Policy-Makers’ Knowledge and Capacity for Evidence-Informed Policy-Making in Nigeria [Volume 6, Issue 6, 2017, Pages 309-316]
  • Child Health Strengthening Care Delivery in Primary Care Facilities: Perspectives of Facility Managers on the Immunization Program in Kenya [Volume 7, Issue 12, 2018, Pages 1130-1137]
  • Child, Healthcare Improving Maternal and Child Healthcare Programme Using Community-Participatory Interventions in Ebonyi State Nigeria [Volume 3, Issue 5, 2014, Pages 283-287]
  • 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]
  • Child Mortality Quality of Sick Child-Care Delivered by Community Health Workers in Tanzania [Volume 7, Issue 12, 2018, Pages 1097-1109]
  • Children The Natural Rights of Children [Volume 2, Issue 2, 2014, Pages 85-89]
  • Children Improving Immunization Rates of Underserved Children: A Historical Study of 10 Health Departments [Volume 2, Issue 4, 2014, Pages 193-197]
  • Children Prevalence and Determinants of Under-Nutrition Among Children Under Six: A Cross-Sectional Survey in Fars Province, Iran [Volume 3, Issue 2, 2014, Pages 71-76]
  • Children Factors Associated with Pediatrician Attitudes over the Use of Complementary and Traditional Medicine on Children in Muscat, Oman [Volume 4, Issue 2, 2015, Pages 65-68]
  • Children’s Rights Libertarianism and Circumcision [Volume 3, Issue 1, 2014, Pages 33-40]
  • Chile Understanding the Role of Values in Health Policy Decision-Making From the Perspective of Policy-Makers and Stakeholders: A Multiple-Case Embedded Study in Chile and Colombia [(Articles in Press)]
  • China Have Health Human Resources Become More Equal Between Rural and Urban Areas after the New Reform? [Volume 3, Issue 7, 2014, Pages 359-360]
  • China The Chinese Healthcare Challenge; Comment on “Shanghai Rising: Avoidable Mortality as Measured by Avoidable Mortality since 2000” [Volume 4, Issue 3, 2015, Pages 195-197]
  • China Addressing the Shortage of Health Professionals in Rural China: Issues and Progress; Comment on “Have Health Human Resources Become More Equal between Rural and Urban Areas after the New Reform?” [Volume 4, Issue 5, 2015, Pages 327-328]
  • China Untimely Applause Was a Distraction; Comment on “Shanghai Rising: Health Improvements as Measured by Avoidable Mortality since 2000” [Volume 4, Issue 6, 2015, Pages 403-405]
  • China A Response to the Commentary Entitled: “Addressing the Shortage of Health Professionals in Rural China: Issues and Progress” [Volume 4, Issue 5, 2015, Pages 329-330]
  • China Moving Toward Universal Health Coverage (UHC) to Achieve Inclusive and Sustainable Health Development: Three Essential Strategies Drawn From Asian Experience; Comment on “Improving the World’s Health Through the Post-2015 Development Agenda: Perspectives from Rwanda” [Volume 4, Issue 12, 2015, Pages 869-872]
  • China Biopharmaceutical Innovation System in China: System Evolution and Policy Transitions (Pre-1990s-2010s) [Volume 4, Issue 12, 2015, Pages 823-829]
  • China An investigation Into Traditional Chinese Medicine Hospitals in China: Development Trend and Medical Service Innovation [Volume 6, Issue 1, 2017, Pages 19-25]
  • China BRIC Health Systems and Big Pharma: A Challenge for Health Policy and Management [Volume 7, Issue 3, 2018, Pages 201-206]
  • China Meeting the Challenge of Diabetes in China [Volume 9, Issue 2, 2020, Pages 47-52]
  • China Patients’ Coping Behaviors to Unavailability of Essential Medicines in Primary Care in Developed Urban China [(Articles in Press)]
  • Chinese Health Reform Shanghai’s Track Record in Population Health Status: What Can Explain It?; Comment on “Shanghai Rising: Health Improvements as Measured by Avoidable Mortality Since 2000” [Volume 4, Issue 9, 2015, Pages 631-632]
  • Choice Why Even the Logic of Re-Defined Choice May Still Contradict the Logic of Care in Public Health Systems? [Volume 1, Issue 3, 2013, Pages 243-244]
  • Choice Nudging by Shaming, Shaming by Nudging [Volume 3, Issue 2, 2014, Pages 53-56]
  • Choice Nudge, Embarrassment, and Restriction—Replies to Voigt, Tieffenbach, and Saghai [Volume 4, Issue 1, 2015, Pages 53-54]
  • Choice Architecture A Third Way for Health Policy? [Volume 2, Issue 1, 2014, Pages 53-54]
  • Choice Experiment (DCE) Harnessing the Potential to Quantify Public Preferences for Healthcare Priorities through Citizens’ Juries [Volume 3, Issue 2, 2014, Pages 57-62]
  • Choice of Healthcare Health Sector Reforms and Changes in Prevalence of Untreated Morbidity, Choice of Healthcare Providers among the Poor and Rural Population in India [Volume 2, Issue 3, 2014, Pages 125-130]
  • Choices Policy Choices for Progressive Realization of Universal Health Coverage; Comment on “Ethical Perspective: Five Unacceptable Trade-offs on the Path to Universal Health Coverage” [Volume 6, Issue 2, 2017, Pages 107-110]
  • Cholecystectomy Cholecystectomy and Diagnosis-Related Groups (DRGs): Patient Classification and Hospital Reimbursement in 11 European Countries [Volume 3, Issue 7, 2014, Pages 383-391]
  • Chronic Care Can a Healthcare “Lean Sweep” Deliver on What Matters to Patients?; Comment on “Improving Wait Times to Care for Individuals with Multimorbidities and Complex Conditions Using Value Stream Mapping” [Volume 4, Issue 11, 2015, Pages 783-785]
  • Chronic Disease A Policy Analysis on the Proactive Prevention of Chronic Disease: Learnings from the Initial Implementation of Integrated Measurement for Early Detection (MIDO) [Volume 6, Issue 6, 2017, Pages 339-344]
  • Chronic Disease Governing Collaborative Healthcare Improvement: Lessons From an Atlantic Canadian Case [Volume 6, Issue 12, 2017, Pages 691-694]
  • Chronic Diseases There Are Many Purposes for Conditional Incentives to Accessing Healthcare; Comment on “Denial of Treatment to Obese Patients—the Wrong Policy on Personal Responsibility for Health” [Volume 1, Issue 3, 2013, Pages 235-236]
  • Chronic Illness Achieving Integrated Care for Older People: What Kind of Ship?; Comment on “Achieving Integrated Care for Older People: Shuffling the Deckchairs or Making the System Watertight for the Future?” [Volume 7, Issue 9, 2018, Pages 870-873]
  • Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) Limited Knowledge of Chronic Kidney Disease and Its Main Risk Factors among Iranian Community: An Appeal for Promoting National Public Health Education Programs [Volume 2, Issue 4, 2014, Pages 161-166]
  • Cigarette Exploring Cigarette Use among Male Migrant Workers in Nigeria [Volume 4, Issue 4, 2015, Pages 221-227]
  • Cities and Health Needed: Global Collaboration for Comparative Research on Cities and Health [Volume 5, Issue 7, 2016, Pages 399-401]
  • Citizen Engagement The Importance of Community Consultations for Generating Evidence for Health Reform in Ukraine [Volume 6, Issue 3, 2017, Pages 135-145]
  • Citizen Participation Relevance of a Toll-Free Call Service Using an Interactive Voice Server to Strengthen Health System Governance and Responsiveness in Burkina Faso [Volume 8, Issue 6, 2019, Pages 353-364]
  • Citizenship Magic Mountains and Multi-disciplines in International Medical Mobilities; Comment on “Patient Mobility in the Global Marketplace: A Multidisciplinary Perspective” [Volume 3, Issue 1, 2014, Pages 51-52]
  • Citizenship Challenges Facing Healthwatch, a New Consumer Champion in England [Volume 5, Issue 4, 2016, Pages 259-263]
  • Citizens Juries Public Participation: Methods Matter; A Response to Boaz et al. [Volume 3, Issue 6, 2014, Pages 355-355]
  • Citizens’ Jury (CJ) Harnessing the Potential to Quantify Public Preferences for Healthcare Priorities through Citizens’ Juries [Volume 3, Issue 2, 2014, Pages 57-62]
  • Civil The Importance of Community Consultations for Generating Evidence for Health Reform in Ukraine [Volume 6, Issue 3, 2017, Pages 135-145]
  • Civil Society Democracy – The Real ‘Ghost’ in the Machine of Global Health Policy; Comment on “A Ghost in the Machine? Politics in Global Health Policy” [Volume 3, Issue 3, 2014, Pages 149-150]
  • 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]
  • Civil Society Networks Challenges Facing Global Health Networks: The NCD Alliance Experience; Comment on “Four Challenges that Global Health Networks Face” [Volume 7, Issue 3, 2018, Pages 282-285]
  • Claims Data Exploring Health System Responsiveness in Ambulatory Care and Disease Management and its Relation to Other Dimensions of Health System Performance (RAC) – Study Design and Methodology [Volume 4, Issue 7, 2015, Pages 431-437]
  • Claims Data Integrating the Population Perspective into Health System Performance Assessment (IPHA): Study Protocol for a Cross-Sectional Study in Germany Linking Survey and Claims Data of Statutorily and Privately Insured [(Articles in Press)]
  • Classification Heterogeneity of European DRG Systems and Potentials for a Common Eurodrg System; Comment on “Cholecystectomy and Diagnosis-Related Groups (DRGs): Patient Classification and Hospital Reimbursement in 11 European Countries” [Volume 4, Issue 5, 2015, Pages 319-320]
  • Classification Common DRG System - the Future of Europe? A Response to Recent Commentary [Volume 4, Issue 7, 2015, Pages 501-502]
  • Climate Change Earth as Humans’ Habitat: Global Climate Change and the Health of Populations [Volume 2, Issue 1, 2014, Pages 9-12]
  • 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]
  • Climate Change Climate Change and Telemedicine: A Prospective View [(Articles in Press)]
  • 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 Acuity Analyzing Main and Interaction Effects of Length of Stay Determinants in Emergency Departments [(Articles in Press)]
  • Clinical Decision Making Connections, Communication and Collaboration in Healthcare’s Complex Adaptive Systems; Comment on “Using Complexity and Network Concepts to Inform Healthcare Knowledge Translation” [Volume 7, Issue 6, 2018, Pages 556-559]
  • Clinical Decision-Making It Is Not That Simple nor Compelling!; Comment on “Translating Evidence Into Healthcare Policy and Practice: Single Versus Multi-faceted Implementation Strategies – Is There a Simple Answer to a Complex Question?” [Volume 4, Issue 11, 2015, Pages 787-788]
  • Clinical Epidemiology Prevalence of High-Burden Medical Conditions Among Young and Middle-Aged Adults With Pediatric-Onset Medical Conditions: Findings From US Private and Public Administrative Claims Data [Volume 8, Issue 11, 2019, Pages 629-635]
  • Clinical Governance Senior Managers’ Viewpoints Toward Challenges of Implementing Clinical Governance: A National Study in Iran [Volume 1, Issue 4, 2013, Pages 295-299]
  • Clinical Governance A New Synthesis in Search of Synthesizing Agents; Comment on “A New Synthesis” [Volume 2, Issue 3, 2014, Pages 143-144]
  • Clinical Governance Clinical Governance: Costs and Benefits [Volume 2, Issue 3, 2014, Pages 149-149]
  • Clinical Governance (CG) Hospitals’ Readiness to Implement Clinical Governance [Volume 4, Issue 2, 2015, Pages 69-74]
  • Clinical Governance (CG) Validating and Determining the Weight of Items Used for Evaluating Clinical Governance Implementation Based on Analytic Hierarchy Process Model [Volume 4, Issue 10, 2015, Pages 645-651]
  • Clinical Guideline Compliance With Guideline Statements for Urethral Catheterization in an Iranian Teaching Hospital [Volume 4, Issue 12, 2015, Pages 805-811]
  • 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]
  • Clinical Practice Guideline Evidence for Policy Making: Clinical Appropriateness Study of Lumbar Spine MRI Prescriptions Using RAND Appropriateness Method [Volume 1, Issue 1, 2013, Pages 17-21]
  • Clinical Research The Economic Impact of Clinical Research in an Italian Public Hospital: The Malignant Pleural Mesothelioma Case Study [Volume 7, Issue 8, 2018, Pages 728-737]
  • Clinical Trial Validation of Instruments for Assessing Drug Safety Management During the Conduction of Clinical Trials [Volume 7, Issue 7, 2018, Pages 623-629]
  • Coalition-Building Four Challenges That Global Health Networks Face [Volume 6, Issue 4, 2017, Pages 183-189]
  • Coalition-Building Challenges Facing Global Health Networks: The NCD Alliance Experience; Comment on “Four Challenges that Global Health Networks Face” [Volume 7, Issue 3, 2018, Pages 282-285]
  • Coalition-Building Tactics Polycentrism in Global Health Governance Scholarship; Comment on “Four Challenges That Global Health Networks Face” [Volume 7, Issue 1, 2018, Pages 78-80]
  • Cochrane Achievements of the Cochrane Iran Associate Centre: Lessons Learned [(Articles in Press)]
  • Co-Constitution The Co-Constitution of Health Systems and Innovation; Comment on “What Health System Challenges Should Responsible Innovation in Health Address? Insights From an International Scoping Review” [Volume 8, Issue 11, 2019, Pages 665-667]
  • Cognition Awareness and Attitude Towards Opioid and Stimulant Use and Lifetime Prevalence of the Drugs: A Study in 5 Large Cities of Iran [Volume 8, Issue 4, 2019, Pages 222-232]
  • Cognitive Aging Smog, Cognition and Real-World Decision-Making [Volume 8, Issue 2, 2019, Pages 76-80]
  • Cognitive Bias Reflective Practice: How the World Bank Explored Its Own Biases? [Volume 5, Issue 2, 2016, Pages 79-82]
  • Cognitive Bias Mitigating Evidentiary Bias in Planning and Policy-Making; Comment on “Reflective Practice: How the World Bank Explored Its Own Biases?” [Volume 6, Issue 2, 2017, Pages 103-105]
  • Cognitive Performance Smog, Cognition and Real-World Decision-Making [Volume 8, Issue 2, 2019, Pages 76-80]
  • Co-Infection TB/HIV Co-Infection Care in Conflict-Affected Settings: A Mapping of Health Facilities in the Goma Area, Democratic Republic of Congo [Volume 1, Issue 3, 2013, Pages 207-211]
  • Collaboration Collaboration and Co-Production of Knowledge in Healthcare: Opportunities and Challenges [Volume 5, Issue 4, 2016, Pages 221-223]
  • Collaboration Collaboration Between Researchers and Knowledge Users in Health Technology Assessment: A Qualitative Exploratory Study [Volume 6, Issue 8, 2017, Pages 437-446]
  • Collaboration Defining Integrated Knowledge Translation and Moving Forward: A Response to Recent Commentaries [Volume 6, Issue 5, 2017, Pages 299-300]
  • Collaboration Promoting Researchers and Policy-Makers Collaboration in Evidence-Informed Policy-Making in Nigeria: Outcome of a Two-Way Secondment Model between University and Health Ministry [Volume 7, Issue 6, 2018, Pages 522-531]
  • Collaboration From Linear to Complicated to Complex; Comment on “Using Complexity and Network Concepts to Inform Healthcare Knowledge Translation” [Volume 7, Issue 6, 2018, Pages 566-568]
  • Collaboration “You Travel Faster Alone, but Further Together”: Learning From a Cross Country Research Collaboration From a British Council Newton Fund Grant [Volume 7, Issue 11, 2018, Pages 977-981]
  • Collaboration Are Pharmaceutical Company Payments Incentivising Malpractice in Japanese Physicians? [Volume 8, Issue 10, 2019, Pages 627-628]
  • Collaboration The Embedded Health Management Academic: A Boundary Spanning Role for Enabling Knowledge Translation; Comment on “CIHR Health System Impact Fellows: Reflections on ‘Driving Change’ Within the Health System” [(Articles in Press)]
  • Collaborative Planning Intersectoral Planning for Public Health: Dilemmas and Challenges [Volume 7, Issue 11, 2018, Pages 982-992]
  • Collaborative Research Advancing Health Services Collaborative and Partnership Research; Comment on “Experience of Health Leadership in Partnering with University-Based Researchers in Canada – A Call to ‘Re-imagine’ Research” [(Articles in Press)]
  • Collective Impact (CI) Framework Collaboration Between Researchers and Knowledge Users in Health Technology Assessment: A Qualitative Exploratory Study [Volume 6, Issue 8, 2017, Pages 437-446]
  • Colombia The National Surgical, Obstetric, and Anesthesia Plan (NSOAP): Recognition and Definition of an Empirically Evolving Global Surgery Systems Science; Comment on “Global Surgery – Informing National Strategies for Scaling Up Surgery in Sub-Saharan Africa” [Volume 7, Issue 12, 2018, Pages 1151-1154]
  • Colombia Understanding the Role of Values in Health Policy Decision-Making From the Perspective of Policy-Makers and Stakeholders: A Multiple-Case Embedded Study in Chile and Colombia [(Articles in Press)]
  • 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]
  • Colorectal Neoplasms Knowledge and Perception toward Colorectal Cancer Sreening in East of Iran [Volume 3, Issue 1, 2014, Pages 11-15]
  • Commentary Health Promotion at Local Level in Norway – Who, What, When, and How: A Response to Recent Commentaries [Volume 8, Issue 4, 2019, Pages 253-255]
  • Commercial Determinants of Health Next Steps for Elevating Health on Trade and Investment Policy Agendas; Comment on “How Neoliberalism Is Shaping the Supply of Unhealthy Commodities and What This Means for NCD Prevention” [(Articles in Press)]
  • Commercial Determinants of Health Understanding Structure and Agency as Commercial Determinants of Health; Comment on “How Neoliberalism Is Shaping the Supply of Unhealthy Commodities and What This Means for NCD Prevention” [(Articles in Press)]
  • Commercialism Commercialism, Holism, and Individual Responsibility; Comment on “Buying Health: The Costs of Commercialism and an Alternative Philosophy” [Volume 1, Issue 3, 2013, Pages 229-230]
  • Commercialization Buying Health: The Costs of Commercialization and an Alternative Philosophy [Volume 1, Issue 2, 2013, Pages 91-93]
  • Commissioning NHS Values, Compassion and Quality Indicators for Relationship Based Person-Centred Healthcare; Comment on “Morality and Markets in the NHS” [Volume 4, Issue 6, 2015, Pages 407-408]
  • Communication Exploring the Dimensions of Doctor-Patient Relationship in Clinical Practice in Hospital Settings [Volume 2, Issue 4, 2014, Pages 159-160]
  • Communication Tools Because of Science You Also Die...; Comment on “Quaternary Prevention, an Answer of Family Doctors to Over Medicalization” [Volume 4, Issue 9, 2015, Pages 615-616]
  • Communitarianism Setting Healthcare Priorities at the Macro and Meso Levels: A Framework for Evaluation [Volume 4, Issue 11, 2015, Pages 719-732]
  • 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]
  • Community-Based Health Insurance Determinants of Enrolment and Renewing of Community-Based Health Insurance in Households With Under-5 Children in Rural South-Western Uganda [Volume 8, Issue 10, 2019, Pages 593-606]
  • Community Case Management Quality of Sick Child-Care Delivered by Community Health Workers in Tanzania [Volume 7, Issue 12, 2018, Pages 1097-1109]
  • Community Consultations The Importance of Community Consultations for Generating Evidence for Health Reform in Ukraine [Volume 6, Issue 3, 2017, Pages 135-145]
  • Community Development Challenging Institutional Norms to Improve Local-Level Policy for Health and Health Equity; Comment on “Health Promotion at Local Level in Norway: The Use of Public Health Coordinators and Health Overviews to Promote Fair Distribution Among Social Groups” [Volume 7, Issue 10, 2018, Pages 968-970]
  • Community Engagement Perceptions of Community Involvement in the Peruvian Mental Health Reform Process Among Clinicians and Policy-Makers: A Qualitative Study [Volume 8, Issue 12, 2019, Pages 711-722]
  • Community Health Fund (CHF) Do Management and Leadership Practices in the Context of Decentralisation Influence Performance of Community Health Fund? Evidence From Iramba and Iringa Districts in Tanzania [Volume 6, Issue 5, 2017, Pages 257-265]
  • Community Health Workers Community Health Worker Programs to Improve Healthcare Access and Equity: Are They Only Relevant to Low- and Middle-Income Countries? [Volume 7, Issue 10, 2018, Pages 943-954]
  • Community Health Workers Quality of Sick Child-Care Delivered by Community Health Workers in Tanzania [Volume 7, Issue 12, 2018, Pages 1097-1109]
  • Community Health Workers The Governance of National Community Health Worker Programmes in Low- and Middle-Income Countries: An Empirically Based Framework of Governance Principles, Purposes and Tasks [Volume 8, Issue 1, 2019, Pages 18-27]
  • Community Health Workers “Because Even the Person Living With HIV/AIDS Might Need to Make Babies” – Perspectives on the Drivers of Feasibility and Acceptability of an Integrated Community Health Worker Model in Iringa, Tanzania [Volume 8, Issue 9, 2019, Pages 538-549]
  • Community Mental Health Perceptions of Community Involvement in the Peruvian Mental Health Reform Process Among Clinicians and Policy-Makers: A Qualitative Study [Volume 8, Issue 12, 2019, Pages 711-722]
  • Community-Participation Improving Maternal and Child Healthcare Programme Using Community-Participatory Interventions in Ebonyi State Nigeria [Volume 3, Issue 5, 2014, Pages 283-287]
  • Community Psychology Community Psychology as a Process of Citizen Participation in Health Policy; Comment on “The Rise of Post-truth Populism in Pluralist Liberal Democracies: Challenges for Health Policy” [Volume 7, Issue 2, 2018, Pages 180-182]
  • Community-University Research Promising Points for Intervention in Re-Imagining Partnered Research in Health Services; Comment on “Experience of Health Leadership in Partnering with University-Based Researchers in Canada – A Call to ‘Re-imagine’ Research” [(Articles in Press)]
  • Community Volunteers’ Motivation Volunteering for Health Services in the Middle Part of Ghana: In Whose Interest? [Volume 7, Issue 9, 2018, Pages 836-846]
  • Community Volunteers’ Retention Volunteering for Health Services in the Middle Part of Ghana: In Whose Interest? [Volume 7, Issue 9, 2018, Pages 836-846]
  • Community Volunteers’ Satisfaction Volunteering for Health Services in the Middle Part of Ghana: In Whose Interest? [Volume 7, Issue 9, 2018, Pages 836-846]
  • Comparative Research Needed: Global Collaboration for Comparative Research on Cities and Health [Volume 5, Issue 7, 2016, Pages 399-401]
  • Comparative Spending Health Services and Policy Research Public Spending on Health Service and Policy Research in Canada, the United Kingdom, and the United States: A Modest Proposal [Volume 6, Issue 11, 2017, Pages 617-620]
  • Comparative Spending Health Services and Policy Research Eating or Feeding Our Young: A Response to Recent Commentaries [Volume 7, Issue 5, 2018, Pages 479-480]
  • Compassion Enabling Compassionate Health Care: Perils, Prospects and Perspectives [Volume 2, Issue 3, 2014, Pages 115-117]
  • Compassion Toward More Compassionate Healthcare Systems; Comment on “Enabling Compassionate Healthcare: Perils, Prospects and Perspectives” [Volume 2, Issue 4, 2014, Pages 199-200]
  • Compassion Why and How Is Compassion Necessary to Provide Good Quality Healthcare? [Volume 4, Issue 4, 2015, Pages 199-201]
  • Compassion Compassion Is a Necessity and an Individual and Collective Responsibility; Comment on “Why and How Is Compassion Necessary to Provide Good Quality Healthcare?” [Volume 4, Issue 9, 2015, Pages 613-614]
  • Compassion Beyond Compassion: Replacing a Blame Culture With Proper Emotional Support and Management; Comment on “Why and How Is Compassion Necessary to Provide Good Quality Healthcare?” [Volume 4, Issue 9, 2015, Pages 617-619]
  • Compassion Healthcare and Compassion: Towards an Awareness of Intersubjective Vulnerability; Comment on “Why and How Is Compassion Necessary to Provide Good Quality Healthcare?” [Volume 4, Issue 9, 2015, Pages 627-629]
  • Compassion Is It Possible to Develop a Compassionate Organization?; Comment on “Why and How Is Compassion Necessary to Provide Good Quality Healthcare?” [Volume 4, Issue 11, 2015, Pages 769-770]
  • Compassion Why Good Quality Care Needs Philosophy More Than Compassion; Comment on “Why and How Is Compassion Necessary to Provide Good Quality Healthcare?” [Volume 4, Issue 10, 2015, Pages 677-679]
  • Compassion Imagined in Policy, Inscribed on Bodies: Defending an Ethic of Compassion in a Political Context; Comment on “Why and How Is Compassion Necessary to Provide Good Quality Healthcare?” [Volume 4, Issue 10, 2015, Pages 681-683]
  • Compassion What Money Cannot Buy? Compassion in Healthcare: A Response to the Recent Commentaries [Volume 4, Issue 12, 2015, Pages 873-874]
  • Compassionate Care Why and How Is Compassion Necessary to Provide Good Healthcare? Comments From an Academic Physician; Comment on “Why and How Is Compassion Necessary to Provide Good Quality Healthcare?” [Volume 4, Issue 11, 2015, Pages 771-772]
  • Compassionate Healthcare Compassion Is a Necessity and an Individual and Collective Responsibility; Comment on “Why and How Is Compassion Necessary to Provide Good Quality Healthcare?” [Volume 4, Issue 9, 2015, Pages 613-614]
  • 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]
  • Competencies Management Certainly Matters, and There Are Multiple Ways to Conceptualize the Process; Comment on “Management Matters: A Leverage Point for Health Systems Strengthening in Global Health” [Volume 4, Issue 11, 2015, Pages 777-780]
  • Competency-Based Education A Single Competency-Based Education and Training and Competency-Based Career Framework for the Australian Health Workforce: Discussing the Potential Value Add [Volume 3, Issue 4, 2014, Pages 215-221]
  • Competing Logics (Re) Making the Procrustean Bed? Standardization and Customization as Competing Logics in Healthcare [Volume 6, Issue 6, 2017, Pages 301-304]
  • Competing Logics Researching the Co-Existence and Continuity of Standardization and Customization in Healthcare: A Response to Recent Commentaries [Volume 7, Issue 6, 2018, Pages 572-573]
  • Competition Competition in Healthcare: Good, Bad or Ugly? [Volume 4, Issue 9, 2015, Pages 567-569]
  • 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]
  • Complaint The Profile of Patients’ Complaints in a Regional Hospital [Volume 2, Issue 3, 2014, Pages 131-135]
  • Complementary/Alternative Medicine (CAM) Substitutes or Complements? Diagnosis and Treatment with non-Conventional and Conventional Medicine [Volume 4, Issue 4, 2015, Pages 235-242]
  • Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) Middle Age Like Fight or Modern Symbiosis?; Comment on “Substitutes or Complements? Diagnosis and Treatment With Non-conventional and Conventional Medicine” [Volume 4, Issue 12, 2015, Pages 835-835]
  • 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]
  • Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) Competing Logics and Healthcare; Comment on “(Re) Making the Procrustean Bed? Standardization and Customization as Competing Logics in Healthcare” [Volume 7, Issue 4, 2018, Pages 359-361]
  • Complementary Medicine Factors Associated with Pediatrician Attitudes over the Use of Complementary and Traditional Medicine on Children in Muscat, Oman [Volume 4, Issue 2, 2015, Pages 65-68]
  • Complementary Theories What’s Needed to Develop Strategic Purchasing in Healthcare? Policy Lessons from a Realist Review [Volume 8, Issue 1, 2019, Pages 4-17]
  • Complementary Theories Inside the Black Box: Organisational Buying Behaviour and Strategic Purchasing in Healthcare: A Response to Recent Commentary [Volume 8, Issue 11, 2019, Pages 675-677]
  • Complex Adaptive Organisation Knowledge Translation in Healthcare – Towards Understanding its True Complexities; Comment on “Using Complexity and Network Concepts to Inform Healthcare Knowledge Translation” [Volume 7, Issue 5, 2018, Pages 455-458]
  • Complex Adaptive Systems Connections, Communication and Collaboration in Healthcare’s Complex Adaptive Systems; Comment on “Using Complexity and Network Concepts to Inform Healthcare Knowledge Translation” [Volume 7, Issue 6, 2018, Pages 556-559]
  • Complex Adaptive Systems Using Complexity to Simplify Knowledge Translation; Comment on “Using Complexity and Network Concepts to Inform Healthcare Knowledge Translation” [Volume 7, Issue 6, 2018, Pages 563-565]
  • Complex Adaptive Systems The Paradox of Intervening in Complex Adaptive Systems; Comment on “Using Complexity and Network Concepts to Inform Healthcare Knowledge Translation” [Volume 7, Issue 6, 2018, Pages 569-571]
  • Complex Adaptive Systems What Is Resilience and How Can It Be Nurtured? A Systematic Review of Empirical Literature on Organizational Resilience [Volume 7, Issue 6, 2018, Pages 491-503]
  • Complex Adaptive Systems (CASs) Using Complexity and Network Concepts to Inform Healthcare Knowledge Translation [Volume 7, Issue 3, 2018, Pages 231-243]
  • Complex Adaptive Systems (CASs) The Knowledge Translation Complexity Network (KTCN) Model: The Whole Is Greater Than the Sum of the Parts - A Response to Recent Commentaries [Volume 7, Issue 8, 2018, Pages 768-770]
  • Complex Interventions It’s More Complicated than That; Comment on “Translating Evidence into Healthcare Policy and Practice: Single Versus Multi-Faceted Implementation Strategies – Is There a Simple Answer to a Complex Question?” [Volume 4, Issue 7, 2015, Pages 481-482]
  • 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 Will Universal Health Coverage (UHC) Lead to the Freedom to Lead Flourishing and Healthy Lives?; Comment on “Inequities in the Freedom to Lead a Flourishing and Healthy Life: Issues for Healthy Public Policy” [Volume 4, Issue 1, 2015, Pages 49-51]
  • Complexity Time to Shift from Systems Thinking-Talking to Systems Thinking-Action; Comment on “Constraints to Applying Systems Thinking Concepts in Health Systems: A Regional Perspective from Surveying Stakeholders in Eastern Mediterranean Countries” [Volume 4, Issue 4, 2015, Pages 245-247]
  • Complexity Thinking Shift on Health Systems: From Blueprint Health Programmes towards Resilience of Health Systems; Comment on “Constraints to Applying Systems Thinking Concepts in Health Systems: A Regional Perspective from Surveying Stakeholders in Eastern Mediterranean Countries” [Volume 4, Issue 5, 2015, Pages 307-309]
  • Complexity Balancing Management and Leadership in Complex Health Systems; Comment on “Management Matters: A Leverage Point for Health Systems Strengthening in Global Health” [Volume 4, Issue 12, 2015, Pages 849-851]
  • Complexity Reflective Practice: How the World Bank Explored Its Own Biases? [Volume 5, Issue 2, 2016, Pages 79-82]
  • Complexity Governance and Capacity to Manage Resilience of Health Systems: Towards a New Conceptual Framework [Volume 6, Issue 8, 2017, Pages 431-435]
  • Complexity Using Complexity and Network Concepts to Inform Healthcare Knowledge Translation [Volume 7, Issue 3, 2018, Pages 231-243]
  • Complexity Using Complexity to Simplify Knowledge Translation; Comment on “Using Complexity and Network Concepts to Inform Healthcare Knowledge Translation” [Volume 7, Issue 6, 2018, Pages 563-565]
  • Complexity From Linear to Complicated to Complex; Comment on “Using Complexity and Network Concepts to Inform Healthcare Knowledge Translation” [Volume 7, Issue 6, 2018, Pages 566-568]
  • Complexity The Knowledge Translation Complexity Network (KTCN) Model: The Whole Is Greater Than the Sum of the Parts - A Response to Recent Commentaries [Volume 7, Issue 8, 2018, Pages 768-770]
  • Complexity Complex Leadership in Healthcare: A Scoping Review [Volume 7, Issue 12, 2018, Pages 1073-1084]
  • Complexity Bridging the ‘Two Cultures’ of Research and Service: Can Complexity Theory Help?; Comment on “Experience of Health Leadership in Partnering With University-Based Researchers in Canada – A Call to ‘Re-imagine’ Research” [Volume 9, Issue 2, 2020, Pages 87-88]
  • Complexity Re-imagining Research: A Bold Call, but Bold Enough?; Comment on “Experience of Health Leadership in Partnering with University-Based Researchers in Canada: A Call to ‘Re-Imagine’ Research” [(Articles in Press)]
  • Complexity It’s Not the Model, It’s the Way You Use It: Exploratory Early Health Economics Amid Complexity; Comment on “Problems and Promises of Health Technologies: The Role of Early Health Economic Modelling” [(Articles in Press)]
  • Complexity of Knowledge Knowledge Translation in Healthcare – Towards Understanding its True Complexities; Comment on “Using Complexity and Network Concepts to Inform Healthcare Knowledge Translation” [Volume 7, Issue 5, 2018, Pages 455-458]
  • Complexity Theory Connections, Communication and Collaboration in Healthcare’s Complex Adaptive Systems; Comment on “Using Complexity and Network Concepts to Inform Healthcare Knowledge Translation” [Volume 7, Issue 6, 2018, Pages 556-559]
  • Complexity Theory Applying KT Network Complexity to a Highly-Partnered Knowledge Transfer Effort; Comment on “Using Complexity and Network Concepts to Inform Healthcare Knowledge Translation” [Volume 7, Issue 6, 2018, Pages 560-562]
  • Complexity Theory The Paradox of Intervening in Complex Adaptive Systems; Comment on “Using Complexity and Network Concepts to Inform Healthcare Knowledge Translation” [Volume 7, Issue 6, 2018, Pages 569-571]
  • Complex Leadership Complex Leadership in Healthcare: A Scoping Review [Volume 7, Issue 12, 2018, Pages 1073-1084]
  • Complex Systems A Systems Thinking Approach to Inform Coherent Policy Action for NCD Prevention; Comment on “How Neoliberalism Is Shaping the Supply of Unhealthy Commodities and What This Means for NCD Prevention” [(Articles in Press)]
  • Comprehensive Multi-Year Plans (cMYPs) Application of Systems Thinking in Health: Opportunities for Translating Theory into Practice; Comment on “Constraints to Applying Systems Thinking Concepts in Health Systems: A Regional Perspective from Surveying Stakeholders in Eastern Mediterranean Countries” [Volume 4, Issue 8, 2015, Pages 537-539]
  • Computer Anxiety Empirical Study of Nova Scotia Nurses’ Adoption of Healthcare Information Systems: Implications for Management and Policy-Making [Volume 7, Issue 4, 2018, Pages 317-327]
  • Computer Habit Empirical Study of Nova Scotia Nurses’ Adoption of Healthcare Information Systems: Implications for Management and Policy-Making [Volume 7, Issue 4, 2018, Pages 317-327]
  • Computer Knowledge Empirical Study of Nova Scotia Nurses’ Adoption of Healthcare Information Systems: Implications for Management and Policy-Making [Volume 7, Issue 4, 2018, Pages 317-327]
  • Concentration Index Economic Inequality in Presenting Vision in Shahroud, Iran: Two Decomposition Methods [Volume 7, Issue 1, 2018, Pages 59-69]
  • Concepts of Health How do Students Conceptualize Health and its Risk Factors? A Study among Iranian Schoolchildren [Volume 1, Issue 1, 2013, Pages 35-42]
  • Conceptualisation of Value The Conceptualization of Value in the Value Proposition of New Health Technologies; Comment on “Providing Value to New Health Technology: The Early Contribution of Entrepreneurs, Investors, and Regulatory Agencies” [Volume 7, Issue 2, 2018, Pages 186-188]
  • Conditional Cash Transfer Conditional Cash Transfers for Maternal Health Interventions: Factors Influencing Uptake in North-Central Nigeria [Volume 7, Issue 10, 2018, Pages 934-942]
  • Condom Condom Use and its Associated Factors Among Iranian Youth: Results From a Population-Based Study [Volume 7, Issue 11, 2018, Pages 1007-1014]
  • Conferences Providers and Patients Caught Between Standardization and Individualization: Individualized Standardization as a Solution; Comment on “(Re) Making the Procrustean Bed? Standardization and Customization as Competing Logics in Healthcare” [Volume 7, Issue 4, 2018, Pages 349-352]
  • Conflict Prioritizing Healthcare Delivery in a Conflict Zone; Comment on “TB/HIV Co-Infection Care in Conflict-Affected Settings: A Mapping of Health Facilities in the Goma Area, Democratic Republic of Congo” [Volume 1, Issue 3, 2013, Pages 231-232]
  • Conflict The Pill is Mightier Than the Sword [Volume 4, Issue 8, 2015, Pages 507-510]
  • 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]
  • Conflict The Impact of Conflict on Immunisation Coverage in 16 Countries [Volume 8, Issue 4, 2019, Pages 211-221]
  • Conflict Perspectives on Rebuilding Health System Governance in Opposition-Controlled Syria: A Qualitative Study [Volume 8, Issue 4, 2019, Pages 233-244]
  • Conflict of Interest Towards Patient-Centered Conflicts of Interest Policy [Volume 7, Issue 2, 2018, Pages 112-119]
  • Conflict of Interest Reporting of Financial and Non-financial Conflicts of Interest in Systematic Reviews on Health Policy and Systems Research: A Cross Sectional Survey [Volume 7, Issue 8, 2018, Pages 711-717]
  • Conflict of Interest Sunshine Policies and Murky Shadows in Europe: Disclosure of Pharmaceutical Industry Payments to Health Professionals in Nine European Countries [Volume 7, Issue 6, 2018, Pages 504-509]
  • Conflict of Interest Addressing NCDs: Penetration of the Producers of Hazardous Products into Global Health Environment Requires a Strong Response; Comment on “Addressing NCDs: Challenges From Industry Market Promotion and Interferences” [Volume 8, Issue 10, 2019, Pages 607-609]
  • Conflicts of Interest “Big” Food, Tobacco, and Alcohol: Reducing Industry Influence on Noncommunicable Disease Prevention Laws and Policies; Comment on “Addressing NCDs: Challenges From Industry Market Promotion and Interferences” [Volume 8, Issue 7, 2019, Pages 450-454]
  • Conflicts of Interest Demystify False Dilemmas to Speak About Corruption in Health Systems: Different Actors, Different Perspectives, Different Strategies; Comment on “We Need to Talk About Corruption in Health Systems” [Volume 8, Issue 10, 2019, Pages 620-622]
  • Confucian Ethics Political and Cultural Foundations of Long-term Care Reform; Comment on “Financing Long-term Care: Lessons From Japan” [Volume 9, Issue 2, 2020, Pages 83-86]
  • Congestive Heart Failure Impact of Socio-Economic Status on the Hospital Readmission of Congestive Heart Failure Patients: A Prospective Cohort Study [Volume 3, Issue 5, 2014, Pages 251-257]
  • Congo TB/HIV Co-Infection Care in Conflict-Affected Settings: A Mapping of Health Facilities in the Goma Area, Democratic Republic of Congo [Volume 1, Issue 3, 2013, Pages 207-211]
  • Congo Prioritizing Healthcare Delivery in a Conflict Zone; Comment on “TB/HIV Co-Infection Care in Conflict-Affected Settings: A Mapping of Health Facilities in the Goma Area, Democratic Republic of Congo” [Volume 1, Issue 3, 2013, Pages 231-232]
  • Consent An Audit of the Knowledge and Attitudes of Doctors towards Surgical Informed Consent (SIC) [Volume 3, Issue 6, 2014, Pages 315-321]
  • Consolidation Policy Options to Reduce Fragmentation in the Pooling of Health Insurance Funds in Iran [Volume 5, Issue 4, 2016, Pages 253-258]
  • Constructivism Agency, Structure and the Power of Global Health Networks [Volume 7, Issue 10, 2018, Pages 879-884]
  • Consultation Public Participation: More than a Method?; Comment on “Harnessing the Potential to Quantify Public Preferences for Healthcare Priorities through Citizens’ Juries” [Volume 3, Issue 5, 2014, Pages 291-293]
  • Consultation The Difficult Choice of “Not Doing”; Comment on “Quaternary Prevention, an Answer of Family Doctors to Overmedicalization” [Volume 4, Issue 8, 2015, Pages 559-560]
  • Consumer Cost-Sharing Prevention under the Affordable Care Act (ACA): Has the ACA Overpromised and under Delivered?; Comment on “Interrelation of Preventive Care Benefits and Shared Costs under the Affordable Care Act (ACA)” [Volume 3, Issue 3, 2014, Pages 155-156]
  • 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]
  • Consumer Participation Harnessing the Potential to Quantify Public Preferences for Healthcare Priorities through Citizens’ Juries [Volume 3, Issue 2, 2014, Pages 57-62]
  • Content Analysis Including Health in Environmental Assessments of Major Transport Infrastructure Projects: A Documentary Analysis [Volume 7, Issue 2, 2018, Pages 144-153]
  • Content Analysis Exploring 70 Years of the British National Health Service through Anniversary Documents [Volume 7, Issue 7, 2018, Pages 574-580]
  • Content Analysis Inclusion of Health in Environmental Impact Assessment of Major Transport Infrastructure Projects in Vietnam [Volume 7, Issue 9, 2018, Pages 828-835]
  • Contestation Who Doesn’t Want to be a Leader? Leaders Are Such Wonderful People; Comment on “Leadership and Leadership Development in Healthcare Settings - A Simplistic Solution to Complex Problems?” [Volume 4, Issue 1, 2015, Pages 45-47]
  • Context The Paradox of Health Policy: Revealing the True Colours of This ‘Chameleon Concept’; Comment on “The Politics and Analytics of Health Policy” [Volume 3, Issue 1, 2014, Pages 41-43]
  • Context “Horses for Courses”; Comment on “Translating Evidence Into Healthcare Policy and Practice: Single Versus Multi-Faceted Implementation Strategies – Is There a Simple Answer to a Complex Question?” [Volume 4, Issue 10, 2015, Pages 685-686]
  • Context Necessary but Not Sufficient…; Comment on “Knowledge Mobilization in Healthcare Organizations: A View From the Resource-Based View of the Firm” [Volume 4, Issue 12, 2015, Pages 865-868]
  • Contextual Factors On Fundamental Premises for Addressing “Context” and “Contextual Factors” Influencing Value Decisions in Healthcare; Comment on “Contextual Factors Influencing Cost and Quality Decisions in Health and Care: A Structured Evidence Review and Narrative Synthesis” [Volume 7, Issue 10, 2018, Pages 958-960]
  • Contextual Factors Around the Tables – Contextual Factors in Healthcare Coverage Decisions Across Western Europe [(Articles in Press)]
  • Continuing Education Management Education in Public Health: Further Considerations; Comment on “Management Matters: A Leverage Point for Health Systems Strengthening in Global Health” [Volume 4, Issue 12, 2015, Pages 861-863]
  • Continuity of Care An Evaluation of the Role of an Intermediate Care Facility in the Continuum of Care in Western Cape, South Africa [Volume 7, Issue 2, 2018, Pages 167-179]
  • Continuously-Updated and Fully-Modified (CUP-FM) Determinants of Healthcare Expenditure in Economic Cooperation Organization (ECO) Countries: Evidence from Panel Cointegration Tests [Volume 1, Issue 1, 2013, Pages 63-68]
  • Contracting Out Perceived Barriers to Utilizing Maternal and Neonatal Health Services in Contracted-Out Versus Government-Managed Health Facilities in the Rural Districts of Pakistan [Volume 4, Issue 5, 2015, Pages 279-284]
  • Contracting Out Contracting Out Non-State Providers to Provide Primary Healthcare Services in Tanzania: Perceptions of Stakeholders [Volume 7, Issue 10, 2018, Pages 910-918]
  • 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]
  • Contribution Impact of Health Research Systems on Under-5 Mortality Rate: A Trend Analysis [Volume 6, Issue 7, 2017, Pages 395-402]
  • Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD) Barriers to the Implementation of the Health and Rehabilitation Articles of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities in South Africa [Volume 6, Issue 4, 2017, Pages 207-218]
  • Co-production From Knowing to Doing—From the Academy to Practice; Comment on “The Many Meanings of Evidence: Implications for the Translational Science Agenda in Healthcare” [Volume 2, Issue 1, 2014, Pages 45-46]
  • Co-production Collaboration and Co-Production of Knowledge in Healthcare: Opportunities and Challenges [Volume 5, Issue 4, 2016, Pages 221-223]
  • Co-production “Seeing” the Difference: The Importance of Visibility and Action as a Mark of “Authenticity” in Co-production; Comment on “Collaboration and Co-production of Knowledge in Healthcare: Opportunities and Challenges” [Volume 6, Issue 6, 2017, Pages 345-348]
  • Co-production Defining Integrated Knowledge Translation and Moving Forward: A Response to Recent Commentaries [Volume 6, Issue 5, 2017, Pages 299-300]
  • Co-production It’s All About the IKT Approach: Three Perspectives on an Embedded Research Fellowship; Comment on “CIHR Health System Impact Fellows: Reflections on ‘Driving Change’ Within the Health System” [Volume 8, Issue 7, 2019, Pages 455-458]
  • Co-production What Can Policy-Makers Get Out of Systems Thinking? Policy Partners’ Experiences of a Systems-Focused Research Collaboration in Preventive Health [Volume 9, Issue 2, 2020, Pages 65-76]
  • Co-production How to Work Collaboratively Within the Health System: Workshop Summary and Facilitator Reflection [(Articles in Press)]
  • Co-production Re-imagining Research: A Bold Call, but Bold Enough?; Comment on “Experience of Health Leadership in Partnering with University-Based Researchers in Canada: A Call to ‘Re-Imagine’ Research” [(Articles in Press)]
  • Co-production Re-Framing the Knowledge to Action Challenge Through NIHR Knowledge Mobilisation Research Fellows; Comment on “CIHR Health System Impact Fellows: Reflections on ‘Driving Change’ Within the Health System” [(Articles in Press)]
  • Co-production Building Research Capacity for Impact in Applied Health Services Research Partnerships; Comment on “Experience of Health Leadership in Partnering With University-Based Researchers in Canada – A Call to “Re-imagine” Research” [(Articles in Press)]
  • Core Public Health Capacity Strengthening Core Public Health Capacity Based on the Implementation of the International Health Regulations (IHR) (2005): Chinese Lessons [Volume 4, Issue 6, 2015, Pages 381-386]
  • Corporations Understanding Structure and Agency as Commercial Determinants of Health; Comment on “How Neoliberalism Is Shaping the Supply of Unhealthy Commodities and What This Means for NCD Prevention” [(Articles in Press)]
  • Corruption We Need to Talk About Corruption in Health Systems [Volume 8, Issue 4, 2019, Pages 191-194]
  • Corruption Some Things Are Rarely Discussed in Public – on the Discourse of Corruption in Healthcare; Comment on “We Need to Talk About Corruption in Health Systems” [Volume 8, Issue 9, 2019, Pages 560-562]
  • Corruption All It Takes for Corruption in Health Systems to Triumph, Is Good People Who Do Nothing; Comment on “We Need to Talk About Corruption in Health Systems” [Volume 8, Issue 10, 2019, Pages 610-612]
  • Corruption It Will Take a Global Movement to Curb Corruption in Health Systems; Comment on “We Need to Talk About Corruption in Health Systems” [Volume 8, Issue 11, 2019, Pages 662-664]
  • Corruption Opening the Policy Window to Mobilize Action Against Corruption in the Health Sector; Comment on “We Need to Talk About Corruption in Health Systems” [Volume 8, Issue 11, 2019, Pages 668-671]
  • Corruption Corruption – Taking a Deeper Dive; Comment on “We Need to Talk About Corruption in Health Systems” [Volume 8, Issue 11, 2019, Pages 672-674]
  • Corruption Not Up for Discussion: Applying Lukes’ Power Model to the Study of Health System Corruption; Comment on “We Need to Talk About Corruption in Health Systems” [Volume 8, Issue 12, 2019, Pages 723-726]
  • Corruption Corruption in Health Systems: The Conversation Has Started, Now Time to Continue it; Comment on “We Need to Talk About Corruption in Health Systems” [Volume 9, Issue 3, 2020, Pages 128-132]
  • Corruption Global Problem of Hospital Detention Practices [(Articles in Press)]
  • Corruption Beyond Talking: We Need Effective Measures to Tackle Systemic Corruption and the Power That Allows It to Persist in Health Systems; A Response to Recent Commentaries [(Articles in Press)]
  • Corruption and Health Systems I Know It When I See It: The Challenges of Addressing Corruption in Health Systems; Comment on “We Need to Talk About Corruption in Health Systems” [Volume 8, Issue 9, 2019, Pages 563-566]
  • Corruption in Health Demystify False Dilemmas to Speak About Corruption in Health Systems: Different Actors, Different Perspectives, Different Strategies; Comment on “We Need to Talk About Corruption in Health Systems” [Volume 8, Issue 10, 2019, Pages 620-622]
  • Corruption Risk Assessments Demystify False Dilemmas to Speak About Corruption in Health Systems: Different Actors, Different Perspectives, Different Strategies; Comment on “We Need to Talk About Corruption in Health Systems” [Volume 8, Issue 10, 2019, Pages 620-622]
  • Cost National Health Insurance Scheme: How Protected Are Households in Oyo State, Nigeria from Catastrophic Health Expenditure? [Volume 2, Issue 4, 2014, Pages 175-180]
  • Cost On the Cost of Shame; Comment on “Nudging by Shaming, Shaming by Nudging” [Volume 3, Issue 7, 2014, Pages 409-411]
  • 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 Contextual Factors Influencing Cost and Quality Decisions in Health and Care: A Structured Evidence Review and Narrative Synthesis [Volume 7, Issue 8, 2018, Pages 683-695]
  • Cost Understanding Contextual Factors in Cost, Quality and Priority Setting Decisions in Health; Comment on “Contextual Factors Influencing Cost and Quality Decisions in Health and Care: A Structured Evidence Review and Narrative Synthesis” [Volume 7, Issue 12, 2018, Pages 1145-1147]
  • Cost Influencing Decisions of Value in Health: A Response to Recent Commentaries [Volume 8, Issue 3, 2019, Pages 187-188]
  • Cost-Benefit Analysis Examining the Potential Role of a Supervised Injection Facility in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, to Avert HIV among People Who Inject Drugs [Volume 4, Issue 6, 2015, Pages 373-379]
  • Cost Containment It Won’t Be Easy: How to Make Universal Pharmacare Work in Canada [Volume 9, Issue 1, 2020, Pages 1-5]
  • Cost-Effectiveness The Financial Cost of Preventive and Curative Programs for Breast Cancer: A Case Study of Women in Shiraz-Iran [Volume 2, Issue 4, 2014, Pages 187-191]
  • Cost-Effectiveness Use of Cost-Effectiveness Data in Priority Setting Decisions: Experiences from the National Guidelines for Heart Diseases in Sweden [Volume 3, Issue 6, 2014, Pages 323-332]
  • Cost-Effectiveness The Use (or rather the non-Use) of Cost-Effectiveness Data in Priority Setting Decisions – Are We Underestimating the Barriers to Using Health Economics in Real World Priority Setting Decisions?; Comment on “Use of Cost-Effectiveness Data in Priority Setting Decisions: Experiences from the National Guidelines for Heart Diseases in Sweden” [Volume 4, Issue 3, 2015, Pages 181-183]
  • Cost-Effectiveness Including Both Costs and Effects – The Challenge of Using Cost-Effectiveness Data in National-Level Policy-Making: A Response to Recent Commentaries [Volume 4, Issue 8, 2015, Pages 565-566]
  • Cost-Effectiveness Expanded HTA: Enhancing Fairness and Legitimacy [Volume 5, Issue 1, 2016, Pages 1-3]
  • Cost-Effectiveness Diplomacy and Health: The End of the Utilitarian Era [Volume 6, Issue 4, 2017, Pages 191-194]
  • Cost-Effectiveness Don’t Discount Societal Value in Cost-Effectiveness; Comment on “Priority Setting for Universal Health Coverage: We Need Evidence-Informed Deliberative Processes, Not Just More Evidence on Cost-Effectiveness” [Volume 6, Issue 9, 2017, Pages 543-545]
  • Cost-Effectiveness Healthcare Priority-Setting: Chat-Ting Is Not Enough; Comment on “Swiss-CHAT: Citizens Discuss Priorities for Swiss Health Insurance Coverage” [Volume 7, Issue 10, 2018, Pages 961-963]
  • Cost-Effectiveness Reflections on Norheim (2018), Disease Control Priorities Third Edition Is Published; Comment on “Disease Control Priorities Third Edition Is Published: A Theory of Change Is Needed for Translating Evidence to Health Policy” [Volume 8, Issue 6, 2019, Pages 375-377]
  • Cost-Effectiveness Cost-Effectiveness Analysis of Psoriasis Treatment Modalities in Malaysia [Volume 8, Issue 7, 2019, Pages 394-402]
  • Cost-Effectiveness Use of Evidence-Informed Deliberative Processes – Learning by Doing; Comment on “Use of Evidence-informed Deliberative Processes by Health Technology Assessment Agencies Around the Globe” [(Articles in Press)]
  • Cost-Effectiveness Transforming Disciplinary Traditions; Comment on “Problems and Promises of Health Technologies: The Role of Early Health Economic Modeling” [(Articles in Press)]
  • Cost-Effectiveness Characterizing the Validity and Real-World Utility of Health Technology Assessments in Healthcare: Future Directions; Comment on “Problems and Promises of Health Technologies: The Role of Early Health Economic Modelling” [(Articles in Press)]
  • Cost-Effectiveness Expanding the Role of Early Health Economic Modelling in Evaluation of Health Technologies; Comment on “Problems and Promises of Health Technologies: The Role of Early Health Economic Modeling” [(Articles in Press)]
  • Cost-Effectiveness HTA Agencies Need Evidence-Informed Deliberative Processes; Comment on “Use of Evidence-Informed Deliberative Processes by Health Technology Assessment Agencies Around the Globe” [(Articles in Press)]
  • Cost-Effectiveness Analysis Incorporating Cost-Effectiveness Data in a Fair Process for Priority Setting Efforts; Comment on “Use of Cost-Effectiveness Data in Priority Setting Decisions: Experiences from the National Guidelines for Heart Diseases in Sweden” [Volume 4, Issue 7, 2015, Pages 483-485]
  • 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-Effectiveness Analysis Priority Setting for Universal Health Coverage: We Need to Focus Both on Substance and on Process; Comment on “Priority Setting for Universal Health Coverage: We Need Evidence-Informed Deliberative Processes, not Just More Evidence on Cost-Effectiveness” [Volume 6, Issue 10, 2017, Pages 601-603]
  • Cost-Effectiveness Analysis Evidence-Informed Deliberative Processes – Early Dialogue, Broad Focus and Relevance: A Response to Recent Commentaries [Volume 7, Issue 1, 2018, Pages 96-97]
  • Cost-Effectiveness Analysis Moving Towards Accountability for Reasonableness – A Systematic Exploration of the Features of Legitimate Healthcare Coverage Decision-Making Processes Using Rare Diseases and Regenerative Therapies as a Case Study [Volume 8, Issue 7, 2019, Pages 424-443]
  • Cost-Effectiveness Analysis Expanding HTA – Correcting a Misattribution, Clarifying the Scope of HTA and CEA; Comment on “Ethics in HTA: Examining the ‘Need for Expansion’” [Volume 8, Issue 12, 2019, Pages 732-733]
  • Cost-Effectiveness Analysis How Useful Are Early Economic Models?; Comment on “Problems and Promises of Health Technologies: The Role of Early Health Economic Modelling” [(Articles in Press)]
  • Cost-Effectiveness Analysis (CEA) Health Technology Assessment: Global Advocacy and Local Realities; Comment on “Priority Setting for Universal Health Coverage: We Need Evidence-Informed Deliberative Processes, Not Just More Evidence on Cost-Effectiveness” [Volume 6, Issue 4, 2017, Pages 233-236]
  • Cost, Fee-for-Service (FFS) Two Wrongs Do Not Make a Right: Flaws in Alternatives to Fee-for-Service Payment Plans Do Not Mean Fee-for-Service Is a Good Solution to Rising Prices; Comment on “Fee-for-Service Payment - An Evil Practice That Must Be Stamped Out?” [Volume 4, Issue 9, 2015, Pages 611-612]
  • Costing Tools Unit Costing of Health Extension Worker Activities in Ethiopia: A Model for Managers at the District and Health Facility Level [Volume 7, Issue 5, 2018, Pages 394-401]
  • Cost Management Interrelation of Preventive Care Benefits and Shared Costs under the Affordable Care Act (ACA) [Volume 3, Issue 3, 2014, Pages 145-148]
  • Cost of Illness The Economic Burden of Stroke Based on South Korea’s National Health Insurance Claims Database [Volume 7, Issue 10, 2018, Pages 904-909]
  • Costs Clinical Governance: Costs and Benefits [Volume 2, Issue 3, 2014, Pages 149-149]
  • 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]
  • Counseling and Testing HIV Rapid Diagnostic Test Inventories in Zambézia Province, Mozambique: A Tale of 2 Test Kits [Volume 8, Issue 5, 2019, Pages 292-299]
  • Counter-Terrorism James Bond and Global Health Diplomacy [Volume 4, Issue 12, 2015, Pages 831-834]
  • 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 Who Killed the English National Health Service? [Volume 4, Issue 5, 2015, Pages 267-269]
  • 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]
  • Critical Towards Critical Analysis of the Political Determinants of Health; Comment on “How Neoliberalism Is Shaping the Supply of Unhealthy Commodities and What This Means for NCD Prevention” [Volume 9, Issue 3, 2020, Pages 121-123]
  • Critical Appraisal The Development of a Critical Appraisal Tool for Use in Systematic Reviews: Addressing Questions of Prevalence [Volume 3, Issue 3, 2014, Pages 123-128]
  • Critical Appraisal Tools Some Notes on Critical Appraisal of Prevalence Studies; Comment on: “The Development of a Critical Appraisal Tool for Use in Systematic Reviews Addressing Questions of Prevalence” [Volume 3, Issue 5, 2014, Pages 289-290]
  • Critical Leadership Studies Going beyond the Hero in Leadership Development: The Place of Healthcare Context, Complexity and Relationships; Comment on “Leadership and Leadership Development in Healthcare Settings – A Simplistic Solution to Complex Problems?” [Volume 4, Issue 4, 2015, Pages 261-263]
  • Cross-Border Care Patient Mobility in the Global Marketplace: A Multidisciplinary Perspective [Volume 2, Issue 4, 2014, Pages 155-157]
  • Cross-Border Care Globalization and Medical Tourism: The North American Experience; Comment on “Patient Mobility in the Global Marketplace: A Multidisciplinary Perspective” [Volume 3, Issue 1, 2014, Pages 47-49]
  • Cross-border Healthcare Medical Sociology as a Heuristic Instrument for Medical Tourism and Cross-Border Healthcare; Comment on “International Patients on Operation Vacation – Perspectives of Patients Travelling to Hungary for Orthopedic Treatments” [Volume 4, Issue 4, 2015, Pages 243-244]
  • 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]
  • Cross-Border Patient Care International Patients on Operation Vacation – Perspectives of Patients Travelling to Hungary for Orthopaedic Treatments [Volume 3, Issue 6, 2014, Pages 333-340]
  • Cuba Validation of Instruments for Assessing Drug Safety Management During the Conduction of Clinical Trials [Volume 7, Issue 7, 2018, Pages 623-629]
  • Cultural Diversity Multiculturalism and Compassion: Responding to Mental Health Needs Among Refugees and Asylum Seekers; Comment on “A Crisis of Humanitarianism: Refugees at the Gates of Europe” [Volume 8, Issue 12, 2019, Pages 734-736]
  • Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Services (CLAS) Patient Safety and Healthcare Quality: The Case for Language Access [Volume 1, Issue 4, 2013, Pages 251-253]
  • 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]
  • Culture Being Single as a Social Barrier to Access Reproductive Healthcare Services by Iranian Girls [Volume 6, Issue 3, 2017, Pages 147-153]
  • Cultures of Silence Cultures of Silence and Cultures of Voice: The Role of Whistleblowing in Healthcare Organisations [Volume 4, Issue 8, 2015, Pages 503-505]
  • 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 Cultures of Silence and Cultures of Voice: The Role of Whistleblowing in Healthcare Organisations [Volume 4, Issue 8, 2015, Pages 503-505]
  • 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]
  • Customization (Re) Making the Procrustean Bed? Standardization and Customization as Competing Logics in Healthcare [Volume 6, Issue 6, 2017, Pages 301-304]
  • Customization It Takes Two to Tango: Customization and Standardization as Colluding Logics in Healthcare; Comment on “(Re) Making the Procrustean Bed Standardization and Customization as Competing Logics in Healthcare” [Volume 7, Issue 2, 2018, Pages 183-185]
  • Customization Toward Customized Care; Comment on “(Re) Making the Procrustean Bed? Standardization and Customization as Competing Logics in Healthcare” [Volume 7, Issue 3, 2018, Pages 272-274]
  • Customization Providers and Patients Caught Between Standardization and Individualization: Individualized Standardization as a Solution; Comment on “(Re) Making the Procrustean Bed? Standardization and Customization as Competing Logics in Healthcare” [Volume 7, Issue 4, 2018, Pages 349-352]
  • Customization Best of Both Worlds; Comment on “(Re) Making the Procrustean Bed? Standardization and Customization as Competing Logics in Healthcare” [Volume 7, Issue 4, 2018, Pages 356-358]
  • Customization Competing Logics and Healthcare; Comment on “(Re) Making the Procrustean Bed? Standardization and Customization as Competing Logics in Healthcare” [Volume 7, Issue 4, 2018, Pages 359-361]
  • Customization Researching the Co-Existence and Continuity of Standardization and Customization in Healthcare: A Response to Recent Commentaries [Volume 7, Issue 6, 2018, Pages 572-573]

D

  • DAMA Leaving Against Medical Advice From In-patients Departments Rate, Reasons and Predicting Risk Factors for Re-visiting Hospital Retrospective Cohort From a Tertiary Care Hospital [Volume 8, Issue 8, 2019, Pages 474-479]
  • Data Improving the Quality and Quantity of HIV Data in the Middle East and North Africa: Key Challenges and Ways Forward [Volume 6, Issue 2, 2017, Pages 65-69]
  • Data The Elephants in the Room: Sex, HIV, and LGBT Populations in MENA. Intersectionality in Lebanon; Comment on “Improving the Quality and Quantity of HIV Data in the Middle East and North Africa: Key Challenges and Ways Forward” [Volume 6, Issue 8, 2017, Pages 477-479]
  • Data Accuracy Ensuring HIV Data Availability, Transparency and Integrity in the MENA Region; Comment on “Improving the Quality and Quantity of HIV Data in the Middle East and North Africa: Key Challenges and Ways Forward” [Volume 6, Issue 12, 2017, Pages 729-732]
  • Database Are Pharmaceutical Company Payments Incentivising Malpractice in Japanese Physicians? [Volume 8, Issue 10, 2019, Pages 627-628]
  • Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA) Factors Affecting the Technical Efficiency of Health Systems: A Case Study of Economic Cooperation Organization (ECO) Countries (2004–10) [Volume 3, Issue 2, 2014, Pages 63-69]
  • Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA) Measuring the Capacity Utilization of Public District Hospitals in Tunisia: Using Dual Data Envelopment Analysis Approach [Volume 6, Issue 1, 2017, Pages 9-18]
  • Data Interpretation Framing Bias in the Interpretation of Quality Improvement Data: Evidence From an Experiment [Volume 8, Issue 5, 2019, Pages 307-314]
  • Data Linkage Exploring Health System Responsiveness in Ambulatory Care and Disease Management and its Relation to Other Dimensions of Health System Performance (RAC) – Study Design and Methodology [Volume 4, Issue 7, 2015, Pages 431-437]
  • Data Linkage Integrating the Population Perspective into Health System Performance Assessment (IPHA): Study Protocol for a Cross-Sectional Study in Germany Linking Survey and Claims Data of Statutorily and Privately Insured [(Articles in Press)]
  • 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 Let’s Take it to the Clouds: The Potential of Educational Innovations, Including Blended Learning, for Capacity Building in Developing Countries [Volume 4, Issue 9, 2015, Pages 571-573]
  • 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]
  • Decentralisation Decentralisation; The Question of Management Capacity: A Response to Recent Commentaries [Volume 6, Issue 1, 2017, Pages 61-63]
  • Decentralisation Decentralisation and Management of Human Resource for Health in the Health System of Ghana: A Decision Space Analysis [Volume 8, Issue 1, 2019, Pages 28-39]
  • Decentralisation Decentralisation and Health Services Delivery in 4 Districts in Tanzania: How and Why Does the Use of Decision Space Vary Across Districts? [Volume 8, Issue 2, 2019, Pages 90-100]
  • Decentralization The Experience of Implementing the Board of Trustees’ Policy in Teaching Hospitals in Iran: An Example of Health System Decentralization [Volume 4, Issue 4, 2015, Pages 207-216]
  • Decentralization Interregional Patient Mobility in the Italian NHS: A Case of Badly-Managed Decentralization; Comment on “Regional Incentives and Patient Cross-Border Mobility: Evidence From the Italian Experience” [Volume 4, Issue 12, 2015, Pages 857-859]
  • 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 Implementing Federalism in the Health System of Nepal: Opportunities and Challenges [Volume 8, Issue 4, 2019, Pages 195-198]
  • Decentralization Decentralization and Regionalization of Surgical Care: A Review of Evidence for the Optimal Distribution of Surgical Services in Low- and Middle-Income Countries [Volume 8, Issue 9, 2019, Pages 521-537]
  • 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]
  • DecisionMaking Use of Evidence-Informed Deliberative Processes – Learning by Doing; Comment on “Use of Evidence-informed Deliberative Processes by Health Technology Assessment Agencies Around the Globe” [(Articles in Press)]
  • Decision Making A Third Way for Health Policy? [Volume 2, Issue 1, 2014, Pages 53-54]
  • Decision-Making Harnessing the Potential to Quantify Public Preferences for Healthcare Priorities through Citizens’ Juries [Volume 3, Issue 2, 2014, Pages 57-62]
  • Decision-Making Lonely at the Top and Stuck in the Middle? The Ongoing Challenge of Using Cost-Effectiveness Information in Priority Setting; Comment on “Use of Cost-Effectiveness Data in Priority Setting Decisions: Experiences from the National Guidelines for Heart Diseases in Sweden” [Volume 4, Issue 3, 2015, Pages 185-187]
  • Decision-Making “Wood Already Touched by Fire is not Hard to Set Alight”; Comment on “Constraints to Applying Systems Thinking Concepts in Health Systems: A Regional Perspective from Surveying Stakeholders in Eastern Mediterranean Countries” [Volume 4, Issue 3, 2015, Pages 191-193]
  • Decision-Making Including Both Costs and Effects – The Challenge of Using Cost-Effectiveness Data in National-Level Policy-Making: A Response to Recent Commentaries [Volume 4, Issue 8, 2015, Pages 565-566]
  • 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-Making Bringing Value-Based Perspectives to Care: Including Patient and Family Members in Decision-Making Processes [Volume 6, Issue 11, 2017, Pages 661-668]
  • Decision-Making Evidence-Informed Deliberative Processes – Early Dialogue, Broad Focus and Relevance: A Response to Recent Commentaries [Volume 7, Issue 1, 2018, Pages 96-97]
  • Decision-Making Providers and Patients Caught Between Standardization and Individualization: Individualized Standardization as a Solution; Comment on “(Re) Making the Procrustean Bed? Standardization and Customization as Competing Logics in Healthcare” [Volume 7, Issue 4, 2018, Pages 349-352]
  • Decision-Making What Factors Do Allied Health Take Into Account When Making Resource Allocation Decisions? [Volume 7, Issue 5, 2018, Pages 412-420]
  • Decision-Making Decisions of Value: Going Backstage; Comment on “Contextual Factors Influencing Cost and Quality Decisions in Health and Care: A Structured Evidence Review and Narrative Synthesis” [Volume 7, Issue 11, 2018, Pages 1067-1069]
  • Decision-Making Metrics of Patient, Public, Consumer, and Community Engagement in Healthcare Systems: How Should We Define Engagement, What Are We Measuring, and Does It Matter for Patient Care?; Comment on “Metrics and Evaluation Tools for Patient Engagement in Healthcare Organization- and System-Level Decision-Making: A Systematic Review” [Volume 8, Issue 1, 2019, Pages 49-50]
  • Decision-Making Smog, Cognition and Real-World Decision-Making [Volume 8, Issue 2, 2019, Pages 76-80]
  • Decision-Making Use of Evidence-informed Deliberative Processes by Health Technology Assessment Agencies Around The Globe [Volume 9, Issue 1, 2020, Pages 27-33]
  • Decision-Making Understanding the Role of Values in Health Policy Decision-Making From the Perspective of Policy-Makers and Stakeholders: A Multiple-Case Embedded Study in Chile and Colombia [(Articles in Press)]
  • Decision-Making It’s Not the Model, It’s the Way You Use It: Exploratory Early Health Economics Amid Complexity; Comment on “Problems and Promises of Health Technologies: The Role of Early Health Economic Modelling” [(Articles in Press)]
  • Decision-Making HTA Agencies Need Evidence-Informed Deliberative Processes; Comment on “Use of Evidence-Informed Deliberative Processes by Health Technology Assessment Agencies Around the Globe” [(Articles in Press)]
  • Decision-making Process Incorporating Cost-Effectiveness Data in a Fair Process for Priority Setting Efforts; Comment on “Use of Cost-Effectiveness Data in Priority Setting Decisions: Experiences from the National Guidelines for Heart Diseases in Sweden” [Volume 4, Issue 7, 2015, Pages 483-485]
  • Decision Modelling How Useful Are Early Economic Models?; Comment on “Problems and Promises of Health Technologies: The Role of Early Health Economic Modelling” [(Articles in Press)]
  • 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]
  • Decision Space Decentralisation; The Question of Management Capacity: A Response to Recent Commentaries [Volume 6, Issue 1, 2017, Pages 61-63]
  • Decision Space Exploring the Functioning of Decision Space: A Review of the Available Health Systems Literature [Volume 6, Issue 7, 2017, Pages 365-376]
  • Decision Space Decentralisation and Management of Human Resource for Health in the Health System of Ghana: A Decision Space Analysis [Volume 8, Issue 1, 2019, Pages 28-39]
  • Decision Space Decentralisation and Health Services Delivery in 4 Districts in Tanzania: How and Why Does the Use of Decision Space Vary Across Districts? [Volume 8, Issue 2, 2019, Pages 90-100]
  • Decomposition The Contribution of Ageing to Hospitalisation Days in Hong Kong: A Decomposition Analysis [Volume 6, Issue 3, 2017, Pages 155-164]
  • Dedication Employee Engagement within the NHS: A Cross-Sectional Study [Volume 4, Issue 2, 2015, Pages 85-90]
  • Defensive Medicine Determining the Frequency of Defensive Medicine Among General Practitioners in Southeast Iran [Volume 2, Issue 3, 2014, Pages 119-123]
  • Defining Long-term Care Aging, Pensions and Long-term Care: What, Why, Who, How?; Comment on “Financing Long-term Care: Lessons From Japan” [(Articles in Press)]
  • Definitions in Epirical Use Medicalization Defined in Empirical Contexts – A Scoping Review [(Articles in Press)]
  • Deliberation Public Participation: Methods Matter; A Response to Boaz et al. [Volume 3, Issue 6, 2014, Pages 355-355]
  • Deliberation HTA – Algorithm or Process?; Comment on “Expanded HTA: Enhancing Fairness and Legitimacy” [Volume 5, Issue 8, 2016, Pages 501-505]
  • Deliberation Health Technology Assessment: Global Advocacy and Local Realities; Comment on “Priority Setting for Universal Health Coverage: We Need Evidence-Informed Deliberative Processes, Not Just More Evidence on Cost-Effectiveness” [Volume 6, Issue 4, 2017, Pages 233-236]
  • Deliberation Tradeoff Negotiation: The Importance of Getting in the Game; Comment on “Swiss-CHAT: Citizens Discuss Priorities for Swiss Health Insurance Coverage” [Volume 7, Issue 12, 2018, Pages 1148-1150]
  • Deliberation Use of Evidence-Informed Deliberative Processes – Learning by Doing; Comment on “Use of Evidence-informed Deliberative Processes by Health Technology Assessment Agencies Around the Globe” [(Articles in Press)]
  • Deliberative Processes Don’t Discount Societal Value in Cost-Effectiveness; Comment on “Priority Setting for Universal Health Coverage: We Need Evidence-Informed Deliberative Processes, Not Just More Evidence on Cost-Effectiveness” [Volume 6, Issue 9, 2017, Pages 543-545]
  • Delivery of Healthcare Non-physician Clinicians in Sub-Saharan Africa and the Evolving Role of Physicians [Volume 5, Issue 3, 2016, Pages 149-153]
  • Demand Innovation, Demand, and Responsibility: Some Fundamental Questions About Health Systems; Comment on “What Health System Challenges Should Responsible Innovation in Health Address? Insights From an International Scoping Review” [Volume 8, Issue 9, 2019, Pages 567-569]
  • Demand-Side University of Global Health Equity’s Contribution to the Reduction of Education and Health Services Rationing [Volume 6, Issue 8, 2017, Pages 427-429]
  • Demand-Side Actors Performance-Based Financing to Strengthen the Health System in Benin: Challenging the Mainstream Approach [Volume 7, Issue 1, 2018, Pages 35-47]
  • Democracy Democracy – The Real ‘Ghost’ in the Machine of Global Health Policy; Comment on “A Ghost in the Machine? Politics in Global Health Policy” [Volume 3, Issue 3, 2014, Pages 149-150]
  • 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]
  • Democracy The No-Destination Ship of Priority-Setting in Healthcare: A Call for More Democracy [Volume 7, Issue 4, 2018, Pages 345-348]
  • Democracy Political and Cultural Foundations of Long-term Care Reform; Comment on “Financing Long-term Care: Lessons From Japan” [Volume 9, Issue 2, 2020, Pages 83-86]
  • Democratic Development The Need for Global Application of the Accountability for Reasonableness Approach to Support Sustainable Outcomes; Comment on “Expanded HTA: Enhancing Fairness and Legitimacy” [Volume 6, Issue 2, 2017, Pages 115-118]
  • Democratic Republic of Congo What Happens When Donors Pull Out? Examining Differences in Motivation Between Health Workers Who Recently Had Performance-Based Financing (PBF) Withdrawn With Workers Who Never Received PBF in the Democratic Republic of Congo [Volume 8, Issue 11, 2019, Pages 646-661]
  • Denormalization Should Employers Be Permitted not to Hire Smokers? A Review of US Legal Provisions [Volume 6, Issue 12, 2017, Pages 701-706]
  • Dental Education Assessment of the Status of National Oral Health Policy in India [Volume 4, Issue 9, 2015, Pages 575-581]
  • Dental Manpower Assessment of the Status of National Oral Health Policy in India [Volume 4, Issue 9, 2015, Pages 575-581]
  • Dental Policy Assessment of the Status of National Oral Health Policy in India [Volume 4, Issue 9, 2015, Pages 575-581]
  • Dentists The Life Story Experience of “Migrant Dentists” in Australia: Potential Implications for Health Workforce Governance and International Cooperation [Volume 6, Issue 6, 2017, Pages 317-326]
  • Depression An Instrumental Variable Probit (IVP) Analysis on Depressed Mood in Korea: The Impact of Gender Differences and Other Socio-Economic Factors [Volume 4, Issue 8, 2015, Pages 523-530]
  • Depression Political Ideology and Stigmatizing Attitudes Toward Depression: The Swedish Case [Volume 8, Issue 6, 2019, Pages 365-374]
  • Design Approaches in Healthcare “Seeing” the Difference: The Importance of Visibility and Action as a Mark of “Authenticity” in Co-production; Comment on “Collaboration and Co-production of Knowledge in Healthcare: Opportunities and Challenges” [Volume 6, Issue 6, 2017, Pages 345-348]
  • Designing Management Certainly Matters, and There Are Multiple Ways to Conceptualize the Process; Comment on “Management Matters: A Leverage Point for Health Systems Strengthening in Global Health” [Volume 4, Issue 11, 2015, Pages 777-780]
  • Determinants Inequities in Antenatal Care, and Individual and Environmental Determinants of Utilization at National and Sub-national Level in Pakistan: A Multilevel Analysis [Volume 7, Issue 8, 2018, Pages 699-710]
  • Determinants Health-Seeking Behaviors and its Determinants: A Facility-Based Cross-Sectional Study in the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus [(Articles in Press)]
  • Developing Countries Women in Healthcare: Barriers and Enablers from a Developing Country Perspective [Volume 1, Issue 1, 2013, Pages 23-33]
  • Developing Countries ‘Only Systems Thinking Can Improve Family Planning Program in Pakistan’: A Descriptive Qualitative Study [Volume 3, Issue 7, 2014, Pages 393-398]
  • Developing Countries Non-physician Clinicians in Sub-Saharan Africa and the Evolving Role of Physicians [Volume 5, Issue 3, 2016, Pages 149-153]
  • Developing Countries Coordinating Between Medical Professions’ Tasks to Optimize Sub-Saharan Health Systems: A Response to Recent Commentaries [Volume 6, Issue 2, 2017, Pages 123-125]
  • Developing Country Patients’ Awareness of Their Rights: Insight from a Developing Country [Volume 1, Issue 2, 2013, Pages 143-146]
  • Developing Country Addressing Geriatric Oral Health Concerns through National Oral Health Policy in India [Volume 4, Issue 1, 2015, Pages 39-42]
  • Developing Country Leaving Against Medical Advice From In-patients Departments Rate, Reasons and Predicting Risk Factors for Re-visiting Hospital Retrospective Cohort From a Tertiary Care Hospital [Volume 8, Issue 8, 2019, Pages 474-479]
  • Developing/Strategizing Management Certainly Matters, and There Are Multiple Ways to Conceptualize the Process; Comment on “Management Matters: A Leverage Point for Health Systems Strengthening in Global Health” [Volume 4, Issue 11, 2015, Pages 777-780]
  • Development Global Health Governance Challenges 2016 – Are We Ready? [Volume 5, Issue 6, 2016, Pages 349-353]
  • Development Assessing Patient Organization Participation in Health Policy: A Comparative Study in France and Italy [Volume 7, Issue 1, 2018, Pages 48-58]
  • Developmental Evaluation Ideas for Extending the Approach to Evaluating Health in All Policies in South Australia; Comment on “Developing a Framework for a Program Theory-Based Approach to Evaluating Policy Processes and Outcomes: Health in All Policies in South Australia” [Volume 7, Issue 8, 2018, Pages 755-757]
  • Development Assistance for Health Aid Effectiveness in the Sustainable Development Goals Era; Comment on ““It’s About the Idea Hitting the Bull’s Eye”: How Aid Effectiveness Can Catalyse the Scale-up of Health Innovations” [Volume 8, Issue 3, 2019, Pages 184-186]
  • Development Cooperation The Global Health Policies of the EU and its Member States: A Common Vision? [Volume 7, Issue 5, 2018, Pages 433-442]
  • Deviant Behaviour Knowledge Translation in Healthcare – Towards Understanding its True Complexities; Comment on “Using Complexity and Network Concepts to Inform Healthcare Knowledge Translation” [Volume 7, Issue 5, 2018, Pages 455-458]
  • Diabetes The Curse of Wealth – Middle Eastern Countries Need to Address the Rapidly Rising Burden of Diabetes [Volume 2, Issue 3, 2014, Pages 109-114]
  • Diabetes Limited Knowledge of Chronic Kidney Disease and Its Main Risk Factors among Iranian Community: An Appeal for Promoting National Public Health Education Programs [Volume 2, Issue 4, 2014, Pages 161-166]
  • Diabetes Addressing Diabetes at the Crossroads of Global Pandemic and Regional Culture Comment on “The Curse of Wealth – Middle Eastern Countries Need to Address the Rapidly Rising Burden of Diabetes” [Volume 3, Issue 2, 2014, Pages 99-101]
  • Diabetes Essential Medicines for Children: An Endocrine Perspective [Volume 3, Issue 6, 2014, Pages 357-357]
  • Diabetes Diabetes Dictating Policy: An Editorial Commemorating World Health Day 2016 [Volume 5, Issue 10, 2016, Pages 571-573]
  • Diabetes Contextualizing Obesity and Diabetes Policy: Exploring a Nested Statistical and Constructivist Approach at the Cross-National and Subnational Government Level in the United States and Brazil [Volume 6, Issue 11, 2017, Pages 639-648]
  • Diabetes Meeting the Challenge of Diabetes in China [Volume 9, Issue 2, 2020, Pages 47-52]
  • Diabetes Care Inadequate Control of Diabetes and Metabolic Indices among Diabetic Patients: A Population Based Study from the Kerman Coronary Artery Disease Risk Study (KERCADRS) [Volume 4, Issue 5, 2015, Pages 271-277]
  • Diabetes Control Inadequate Control of Diabetes and Metabolic Indices among Diabetic Patients: A Population Based Study from the Kerman Coronary Artery Disease Risk Study (KERCADRS) [Volume 4, Issue 5, 2015, Pages 271-277]
  • Diabetes Mellitus A Policy Analysis on the Proactive Prevention of Chronic Disease: Learnings from the Initial Implementation of Integrated Measurement for Early Detection (MIDO) [Volume 6, Issue 6, 2017, Pages 339-344]
  • Diabetic Retinopathy (DR) Planning and Developing Services for Diabetic Retinopathy in Sub-Saharan Africa [Volume 4, Issue 1, 2015, Pages 19-28]
  • Diagnosis-Related Groups (DRGs) Cholecystectomy and Diagnosis-Related Groups (DRGs): Patient Classification and Hospital Reimbursement in 11 European Countries [Volume 3, Issue 7, 2014, Pages 383-391]
  • Diagnosis-Related Groups (DRGs) Heterogeneity of European DRG Systems and Potentials for a Common Eurodrg System; Comment on “Cholecystectomy and Diagnosis-Related Groups (DRGs): Patient Classification and Hospital Reimbursement in 11 European Countries” [Volume 4, Issue 5, 2015, Pages 319-320]
  • Diagnosis-Related Groups (DRGs) Common DRG System - the Future of Europe? A Response to Recent Commentary [Volume 4, Issue 7, 2015, Pages 501-502]
  • DiagnosisRelated Groups (DRGs) Healthcare Reimbursement and Quality Improvement: Integration Using the Electronic Medical Record; Comment on “Fee-for-service Payment - an Evil Practice That Must Be Stamped Out?” [Volume 4, Issue 8, 2015, Pages 549-551]
  • Diagnosis, Treatment Substitutes or Complements? Diagnosis and Treatment with non-Conventional and Conventional Medicine [Volume 4, Issue 4, 2015, Pages 235-242]
  • Diagnostics The Potential Possibility of Symptom Checker [Volume 6, Issue 10, 2017, Pages 615-616]
  • Diagnostics and Clinical Support Application of Quality Assurance Strategies in Diagnostics and Clinical Support Services in Iranian Hospitals [Volume 4, Issue 10, 2015, Pages 653-661]
  • Diet and Nutrition The Untapped Power of Soda Taxes: Incentivizing Consumers, Generating Revenue, and Altering Corporate Behavior [Volume 6, Issue 9, 2017, Pages 489-493]
  • Diet-Related Diseases Tapping the Power of Soda Taxes: A Call for Multidisciplinary Research and Broad-Based Advocacy Coalitions – A Response to the Recent Commentaries [Volume 7, Issue 7, 2018, Pages 674-676]
  • Diffusion of Ideas Globalization and the Diffusion of Ideas: Why We Should Acknowledge the Roots of Mainstream Ideas in Global Health [Volume 3, Issue 1, 2014, Pages 7-9]
  • Diffusion of Innovation The Need for a Dynamic Approach to Health System-Centered Innovations; Comment on “What Health System Challenges Should Responsible Innovation in Health Address? Insights From an International Scoping Review” [Volume 8, Issue 7, 2019, Pages 444-446]
  • Diplomacy James Bond and Global Health Diplomacy [Volume 4, Issue 12, 2015, Pages 831-834]
  • Diplomacy Diplomacy and Health: The End of the Utilitarian Era [Volume 6, Issue 4, 2017, Pages 191-194]
  • Directly Observed Treatment (DOT) Fostering Directly Observed Treatment in Tuberculosis: A Program Manager’s Perspective [Volume 2, Issue 1, 2014, Pages 51-52]
  • Direct Mortality Measurement The Future of Disease Control Priorities; Comment on “Disease Control Priorities Third Edition Is Published: A Theory of Change Is Needed for Translating Evidence to Health Policy” [Volume 8, Issue 3, 2019, Pages 177-180]
  • Direct-to-Consumer Advertising (DTCA) Trouble Spots in Online Direct-to-Consumer Prescription Drug Promotion: A Content Analysis of FDA Warning Letters [Volume 4, Issue 12, 2015, Pages 813-821]
  • 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 Advertising (DTCA) Trade Agreements and Direct-to-Consumer Advertising of Pharmaceuticals [Volume 7, Issue 2, 2018, Pages 98-100]
  • 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]
  • Disability Barriers to the Implementation of the Health and Rehabilitation Articles of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities in South Africa [Volume 6, Issue 4, 2017, Pages 207-218]
  • Disability-Adjusted Life Year (DALY) Measuring the Benefits of Healthcare: DALYs and QALYs – Does the Choice of Measure Matter? A Case Study of Two Preventive Interventions [Volume 7, Issue 2, 2018, Pages 120-136]
  • Disadvantaged Populations Readiness, Availability and Utilization of Rural Vietnamese Health Facilities for Community Based Primary Care of Non-communicable Diseases: A Cross-Sectional Survey of 3 Provinces in Northern Vietnam [Volume 8, Issue 3, 2019, Pages 150-157]
  • Discharge against Medical Advice Reasons for Discharge against Medical Advice: A Case Study of Emergency Departments in Iran [Volume 1, Issue 2, 2013, Pages 137-142]
  • Disclosure Sunshine Policies and Murky Shadows in Europe: Disclosure of Pharmaceutical Industry Payments to Health Professionals in Nine European Countries [Volume 7, Issue 6, 2018, Pages 504-509]
  • Discourse Sharpening the Health Policy Analytical Rapier; Comment on “The Politics and Analytics of Health Policy” [Volume 2, Issue 4, 2014, Pages 201-202]
  • Discourse Neo-Liberalism, Policy Incoherence and Discourse Coalitions Influencing Non-Communicable Disease Strategy; Comment on “How Neoliberalism Is Shaping the Supply of Unhealthy Commodities and What This Means for NCD Prevention” [Volume 9, Issue 3, 2020, Pages 116-118]
  • 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]
  • Discrete Harnessing the Potential to Quantify Public Preferences for Healthcare Priorities through Citizens’ Juries [Volume 3, Issue 2, 2014, Pages 57-62]
  • Discrete Choice Eliciting Preferences for Health Insurance in Iran Using Discrete Choice Experiment Analysis [Volume 8, Issue 8, 2019, Pages 488-497]
  • Discrete Choice Experiment (DCE) Addressing Health Workforce Distribution Concerns: A Discrete Choice Experiment to Develop Rural Retention Strategies in Cameroon [Volume 4, Issue 3, 2015, Pages 169-180]
  • Discrete Choice Experiment (DCE) Cost-Effectiveness of Rural Incentive Packages for Graduating Medical Students in Lao PDR [Volume 6, Issue 7, 2017, Pages 383-394]
  • Discrete Choice Experiments Public Participation: Methods Matter; A Response to Boaz et al. [Volume 3, Issue 6, 2014, Pages 355-355]
  • Discrimination Health and Wellness Policy Ethics [Volume 1, Issue 2, 2013, Pages 111-113]
  • Disease Control TB/HIV Co-Infection Care in Conflict-Affected Settings: A Mapping of Health Facilities in the Goma Area, Democratic Republic of Congo [Volume 1, Issue 3, 2013, Pages 207-211]
  • Disease Control Priorities Disease Control Priorities Third Edition: Time to Put a Theory of Change Into Practice; Comment on “Disease Control Priorities Third Edition Is Published: A Theory of Change Is Needed for Translating Evidence to Health Policy” [Volume 8, Issue 2, 2019, Pages 132-135]
  • Disease Management Programs Exploring Health System Responsiveness in Ambulatory Care and Disease Management and its Relation to Other Dimensions of Health System Performance (RAC) – Study Design and Methodology [Volume 4, Issue 7, 2015, Pages 431-437]
  • Disease Notification Health Departments’ Engagement in Emergency Preparedness Activities: The Influence of Health Informatics Capacity [Volume 5, Issue 10, 2016, Pages 575-582]
  • Disease Prevention Health Priorities in French-Speaking Swiss Cantons [Volume 7, Issue 1, 2018, Pages 10-14]
  • Disinvestment Understanding Health Professional Responses to Service Disinvestment: A Qualitative Study [Volume 8, Issue 7, 2019, Pages 403-411]
  • Displaced Forced Migration and Global Responsibility for Health; Comment on “Defining and Acting on Global Health: The Case of Japan and the Refugee Crisis” [Volume 6, Issue 7, 2017, Pages 415-418]
  • Displaced Populations The Impact of Conflict on Immunisation Coverage in 16 Countries [Volume 8, Issue 4, 2019, Pages 211-221]
  • Displacement Defining and Acting on Global Health: The Case of Japan and the Refugee Crisis [Volume 5, Issue 8, 2016, Pages 457-460]
  • Displacement The Global Health Crisis of Solidarity: A Response to Recent Commentaries [Volume 6, Issue 6, 2017, Pages 357-358]
  • Dissemination/Implementation Science The National Surgical, Obstetric, and Anesthesia Plan (NSOAP): Recognition and Definition of an Empirically Evolving Global Surgery Systems Science; Comment on “Global Surgery – Informing National Strategies for Scaling Up Surgery in Sub-Saharan Africa” [Volume 7, Issue 12, 2018, Pages 1151-1154]
  • Distributive Justice Relevance and Effectiveness of the WHO Global Code Practice on the International Recruitment of Health Personnel – Ethical and Systems Perspectives [Volume 4, Issue 6, 2015, Pages 333-336]
  • Distributive Justice Priority Setting: Right Answer to a Far Too Narrow Question?; Comment on “Global Developments in Priority Setting in Health” [Volume 7, Issue 1, 2018, Pages 86-88]
  • District Health Officers (DHOs) District Health Officer Perceptions of PEPFAR’s Influence on the Health System in Uganda, 2005-2011 [Volume 6, Issue 2, 2017, Pages 83-95]
  • District Health Reforms “Three Nooses on Our Head”: The Influence of District Health Reforms on Maternal Health Service Delivery in Vietnam [Volume 7, Issue 7, 2018, Pages 593-602]
  • District Hospital Progress in Global Surgery; Comment on “Global Surgery – Informing National Strategies for Scaling Up Surgery in Sub-Saharan Africa” [Volume 7, Issue 11, 2018, Pages 1056-1057]
  • District Hospitals Stakeholder Perceptions and Context of the Implementation of Performance-Based Financing in District Hospitals in Mali [Volume 8, Issue 10, 2019, Pages 583-592]
  • Diversity Diversity, Inclusive Leadership, and Health Outcomes [(Articles in Press)]
  • Doctor Exploring the Dimensions of Doctor-Patient Relationship in Clinical Practice in Hospital Settings [Volume 2, Issue 4, 2014, Pages 159-160]
  • Doctor-Patient Communication Qualitative Study of Nocebo Phenomenon (NP) Involved in Doctor-Patient Communication [Volume 3, Issue 1, 2014, Pages 23-27]
  • Doctor-Patient Relationship A Doctor’s First, and Last, Responsibility is to Care Comment on “Denial of Treatment to Obese Patients—the Wrong Policy on Personal Responsibility for Health” [Volume 1, Issue 3, 2013, Pages 239-240]
  • Doctor-Patient Relationship Sticking with Carrots and Sticks (Sticking Points Aside): A Response to Ventakapuram, Goldberg, and Forrow [Volume 1, Issue 4, 2013, Pages 317-318]
  • Doctor-Patient Relationship (DPR) Exploring the Dimensions of Doctor-Patient Relationship in Clinical Practice in Hospital Settings [Volume 2, Issue 4, 2014, Pages 159-160]
  • Documents Exploring 70 Years of the British National Health Service through Anniversary Documents [Volume 7, Issue 7, 2018, Pages 574-580]
  • Domestic Financing of Health Achieving a “Grand Convergence” in Global Health by 2035: Rwanda Shows the Way; Comment on “Improving the World’s Health Through the Post-2015 Development Agenda: Perspectives From Rwanda” [Volume 4, Issue 11, 2015, Pages 789-791]
  • 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 Validation of Instruments for Assessing Drug Safety Management During the Conduction of Clinical Trials [Volume 7, Issue 7, 2018, Pages 623-629]
  • Drug Expenditures It’s Time to Finally Kill the Zombies; Comment on “Universal Pharmacare in Canada” [(Articles in Press)]
  • Drug Injection Influence of Pattern of Missing Data on Performance of Imputation Methods: An Example from National Data on Drug Injection in Prisons [Volume 1, Issue 1, 2013, Pages 69-77]
  • 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 Prescribing Factors Affecting Family Physicians’ Drug Prescribing: A Cross-Sectional Study in Khuzestan, Iran [Volume 3, Issue 7, 2014, Pages 377-381]
  • 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 Factors That Influence Enrolment and Retention in Ghana’ National Health Insurance Scheme [Volume 7, Issue 5, 2018, Pages 443-454]
  • 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]
  • Dynaplan Smia Long Waiting Times for Elective Hospital Care – Breaking the Vicious Circle by Abandoning Prioritisation [Volume 9, Issue 3, 2020, Pages 96-107]

E

  • Early Assessment Problems and Promises of Health Technologies: The Role of Early Health Economic Modeling [Volume 8, Issue 10, 2019, Pages 575-582]
  • Early Assessment Modeling in Early Stages of Technology Development: Is an Iterative Approach Needed?; Comment on “Problems and Promises of Health Technologies: The Role of Early Health Economic Modeling” [(Articles in Press)]
  • Early Assessment It’s Not the Model, It’s the Way You Use It: Exploratory Early Health Economics Amid Complexity; Comment on “Problems and Promises of Health Technologies: The Role of Early Health Economic Modelling” [(Articles in Press)]
  • Early Assessment The Potential for Early Health Economic Modelling in Health Technology Assessment and Reimbursement Decision-Making; Comment on “Problems and Promises of Health Technologies: The Role of Early Health Economic Modeling” [(Articles in Press)]
  • Early Childhood Development Fetus, Fasting, and Festival: The Persistent Effects of In Utero Social Shocks [Volume 3, Issue 4, 2014, Pages 165-169]
  • Early Detection of Cancer Knowledge and Perception toward Colorectal Cancer Sreening in East of Iran [Volume 3, Issue 1, 2014, Pages 11-15]
  • Early Diagnosis A Policy Analysis on the Proactive Prevention of Chronic Disease: Learnings from the Initial Implementation of Integrated Measurement for Early Detection (MIDO) [Volume 6, Issue 6, 2017, Pages 339-344]
  • Early Dialogue Expanding the Role of Early Health Economic Modelling in Evaluation of Health Technologies; Comment on “Problems and Promises of Health Technologies: The Role of Early Health Economic Modeling” [(Articles in Press)]
  • Early Economic Modelling Expanding the Role of Early Health Economic Modelling in Evaluation of Health Technologies; Comment on “Problems and Promises of Health Technologies: The Role of Early Health Economic Modeling” [(Articles in Press)]
  • Early Health Technology Assessment Why Learning How to Chase Butterflies Matters: A Response to Recent Commentaries [Volume 7, Issue 3, 2018, Pages 286-287]
  • Early HTA Providing Value to New Health Technology: The Early Contribution of Entrepreneurs, Investors, and Regulatory Agencies [Volume 6, Issue 9, 2017, Pages 509-518]
  • Early Model How Useful Are Early Economic Models?; Comment on “Problems and Promises of Health Technologies: The Role of Early Health Economic Modelling” [(Articles in Press)]
  • Earmarked Taxes, Fiscal Policies Earmarking Tobacco Taxes for Health Purposes via Median Entities [Volume 3, Issue 3, 2014, Pages 159-159]
  • East Asia Political and Cultural Foundations of Long-term Care Reform; Comment on “Financing Long-term Care: Lessons From Japan” [Volume 9, Issue 2, 2020, Pages 83-86]
  • Eastern Mediterranean Region Determinants of Life Expectancy in Eastern Mediterranean Region: A Health Production Function [Volume 1, Issue 1, 2013, Pages 57-61]
  • Eastern Mediterranean Region Constraints to Applying Systems Thinking Concepts in Health Systems: A Regional Perspective from Surveying Stakeholders in Eastern Mediterranean Countries [Volume 3, Issue 7, 2014, Pages 399-407]
  • East of Iran Knowledge and Perception toward Colorectal Cancer Sreening in East of Iran [Volume 3, Issue 1, 2014, Pages 11-15]
  • Eating Behaviour Do We Know What We Do not Know? A Response to Celine Bonnet [Volume 1, Issue 4, 2013, Pages 319-320]
  • Ebola The Response to and Impact of the Ebola Epidemic: Towards an Agenda for Interdisciplinary Research [Volume 7, Issue 5, 2018, Pages 402-411]
  • Ebola Disease Preventing the Emergence of Ebola Disease in Unaffected Countries: Necessity of Preparedness [Volume 3, Issue 7, 2014, Pages 417-418]
  • Ebola Virus Disease Ebola Treatment and Prevention are not the only Battles: Understanding Ebola-related Fear and Stigma [Volume 4, Issue 1, 2015, Pages 55-56]
  • Ecology Global Health in the Anthropocene: Moving Beyond Resilience and Capitalism; Comment on “Health Promotion in an Age of Normative Equity and Rampant Inequality” [Volume 6, Issue 8, 2017, Pages 481-486]
  • Economic Burden The Economic Burden of Stroke Based on South Korea’s National Health Insurance Claims Database [Volume 7, Issue 10, 2018, Pages 904-909]
  • Economic Constructs Why Even the Logic of Re-Defined Choice May Still Contradict the Logic of Care in Public Health Systems? [Volume 1, Issue 3, 2013, Pages 243-244]
  • Economic Cooperation Organization (ECO) Countries Determinants of Healthcare Expenditure in Economic Cooperation Organization (ECO) Countries: Evidence from Panel Cointegration Tests [Volume 1, Issue 1, 2013, Pages 63-68]
  • Economic Cooperation Organization (ECO) Countries Factors Affecting the Technical Efficiency of Health Systems: A Case Study of Economic Cooperation Organization (ECO) Countries (2004–10) [Volume 3, Issue 2, 2014, Pages 63-69]
  • Economic Determinants Analysis of Economic Determinants of Fertility in Iran: A Multilevel Approach [Volume 3, Issue 3, 2014, Pages 135-144]
  • 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 Lonely at the Top and Stuck in the Middle? The Ongoing Challenge of Using Cost-Effectiveness Information in Priority Setting; Comment on “Use of Cost-Effectiveness Data in Priority Setting Decisions: Experiences from the National Guidelines for Heart Diseases in Sweden” [Volume 4, Issue 3, 2015, Pages 185-187]
  • Economic Evaluation HTA – Algorithm or Process?; Comment on “Expanded HTA: Enhancing Fairness and Legitimacy” [Volume 5, Issue 8, 2016, Pages 501-505]
  • Economic Evaluation Measuring the Benefits of Healthcare: DALYs and QALYs – Does the Choice of Measure Matter? A Case Study of Two Preventive Interventions [Volume 7, Issue 2, 2018, Pages 120-136]
  • Economic Evaluation Disease Control Priorities Third Edition Is Published: A Theory of Change Is Needed for Translating Evidence to Health Policy [Volume 7, Issue 9, 2018, Pages 771-777]
  • Economic Evaluation The Future of Disease Control Priorities; Comment on “Disease Control Priorities Third Edition Is Published: A Theory of Change Is Needed for Translating Evidence to Health Policy” [Volume 8, Issue 3, 2019, Pages 177-180]
  • Economic Evaluation Priority Setting on the Path to UHC: Time for Stronger Institutions and Stronger Health Systems: Response to Recent Commentaries [Volume 8, Issue 8, 2019, Pages 511-513]
  • Economic Evaluation How Useful Are Early Economic Models?; Comment on “Problems and Promises of Health Technologies: The Role of Early Health Economic Modelling” [(Articles in Press)]
  • Economic Evaluation It’s Not the Model, It’s the Way You Use It: Exploratory Early Health Economics Amid Complexity; Comment on “Problems and Promises of Health Technologies: The Role of Early Health Economic Modelling” [(Articles in Press)]
  • Economic Evidence Disease Control Priorities Third Edition: Time to Put a Theory of Change Into Practice; Comment on “Disease Control Priorities Third Edition Is Published: A Theory of Change Is Needed for Translating Evidence to Health Policy” [Volume 8, Issue 2, 2019, Pages 132-135]
  • Economic Globalization Labonté Identifies Key Issues for Health Promoters in the New World Order; Comment on “Health Promotion in an Age of Normative Equity and Rampant Inequality” [Volume 6, Issue 7, 2017, Pages 413-414]
  • Economic Growth Framing the Health Workforce Agenda Beyond Economic Growth [Volume 7, Issue 8, 2018, Pages 678-682]
  • Economic Modeling Characterizing the Validity and Real-World Utility of Health Technology Assessments in Healthcare: Future Directions; Comment on “Problems and Promises of Health Technologies: The Role of Early Health Economic Modelling” [(Articles in Press)]
  • Economic Modelling Early Health Economic Modelling – Optimizing Development for Medical Device Developers?; Comment on “Problems and Promises of Health Technologies: The Role of Early Health Economic Modeling” [(Articles in Press)]
  • Economics Taxing Sugar-Sweetened Beverages: Not a “Holy Grail” but a Cup at Least Half; Comment on “Food Taxes: A New Holy Grail?” [Volume 1, Issue 2, 2013, Pages 183-185]
  • Economics Cholecystectomy and Diagnosis-Related Groups (DRGs): Patient Classification and Hospital Reimbursement in 11 European Countries [Volume 3, Issue 7, 2014, Pages 383-391]
  • Economics The Health Policy and Management (HPAM) Gap- From Diagnosis to Prescription: A Response to Recent Commentaries [Volume 4, Issue 7, 2015, Pages 495-496]
  • 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]
  • Economic Sanctions Assessment of the Effects of Economic Sanctions on Iranians’ Right to Health by Using Human Rights Impact Assessment Tool: A Systematic Review [Volume 7, Issue 5, 2018, Pages 374-393]
  • Economies of Scale Does Scale of Public Hospitals Affect Bargaining Power? Evidence From Japan [Volume 6, Issue 12, 2017, Pages 695-700]
  • Editorials Handing the Microphone to Women: Changes in Gender Representation in Editorial Contributions Across Medical and Health Journals 2008-2018 [(Articles in Press)]
  • Education Avicenna’s Educational Views with Emphasis on the Education of Hygiene and Wellness [Volume 1, Issue 3, 2013, Pages 201-205]
  • Education Let’s Take it to the Clouds: The Potential of Educational Innovations, Including Blended Learning, for Capacity Building in Developing Countries [Volume 4, Issue 9, 2015, Pages 571-573]
  • Education Safety I to Safety II: A Paradigm Shift or More Work as Imagined?; Comment on “False Dawns and New Horizons in Patient Safety Research and Practice” [Volume 7, Issue 7, 2018, Pages 671-673]
  • Educational Programs Condom Use and its Associated Factors Among Iranian Youth: Results From a Population-Based Study [Volume 7, Issue 11, 2018, Pages 1007-1014]
  • 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]
  • Effectiveness Four Challenges That Global Health Networks Face [Volume 6, Issue 4, 2017, Pages 183-189]
  • Effectiveness Additional Insights Into Problem Definition and Positioning From Social Science; Comment on “Four Challenges That Global Health Networks Face” [Volume 7, Issue 4, 2018, Pages 362-364]
  • Efficacy Expanded HTA: Enhancing Fairness and Legitimacy [Volume 5, Issue 1, 2016, Pages 1-3]
  • Efficiency Is Patient Choice the Future of Health Care Systems? [Volume 1, Issue 2, 2013, Pages 121-123]
  • Efficiency Health Technology Assessment: Global Advocacy and Local Realities; Comment on “Priority Setting for Universal Health Coverage: We Need Evidence-Informed Deliberative Processes, Not Just More Evidence on Cost-Effectiveness” [Volume 6, Issue 4, 2017, Pages 233-236]
  • Egypt Associations Between Acute Conflict and Maternal Care Usage in Egypt: An Uncontrolled Before-and-After Study Using Demographic and Health Survey Data [Volume 8, Issue 3, 2019, Pages 158-167]
  • Elderly Care Financing To What Extent Is Long-term Care Representative of Elderly Care? A Case Study of Elderly Care Financing in Lombardy, Italy [Volume 6, Issue 8, 2017, Pages 467-471]
  • 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 Medical Record (EMR) Healthcare Reimbursement and Quality Improvement: Integration Using the Electronic Medical Record; Comment on “Fee-for-service Payment - an Evil Practice That Must Be Stamped Out?” [Volume 4, Issue 8, 2015, Pages 549-551]
  • Electronic Medical Records (EMR) In Defense of Regulated Fee-for-Service Payment: A Response to Recent Commentaries [Volume 4, Issue 9, 2015, Pages 635-636]
  • Electronic Personal Health Record (ePHR) Adoption of Electronic Personal Health Records in Canada: Perceptions of Stakeholders [Volume 5, Issue 7, 2016, Pages 425-433]
  • Electronic Prescribing Evaluation of Transition to Electronic Prescriptions in Turkey: Perspective of Family Physicians [Volume 8, Issue 1, 2019, Pages 40-48]
  • Eligibility Level Financing Long-Term Care: Lessons From Japan [Volume 8, Issue 8, 2019, Pages 462-466]
  • Elimination Eliminating Healthcare-Associated Infections in Iran: A Qualitative Study to Explore Stakeholders’ Views [Volume 7, Issue 1, 2018, Pages 27-34]
  • Elimination The Key Role of Non-governmental Organizations (NGOs) Activities in Viral Hepatitis Elimination Programs [Volume 8, Issue 3, 2019, Pages 189-190]
  • Embarrassment Nudge, Embarrassment, and Restriction—Replies to Voigt, Tieffenbach, and Saghai [Volume 4, Issue 1, 2015, Pages 53-54]
  • Embedded Research Implementation Research: An Efficient and Effective Tool to Accelerate Universal Health Coverage [(Articles in Press)]
  • Embedded Research What Can Health Services Researchers Offer Health Systems? Developing Meaningful Partnerships Between Academics and Health System Workers; Comment on “Experience of Health Leadership in Partnering with University-Based Researchers in Canada - A Call to ‘Re-imagine’ Research” [(Articles in Press)]
  • Embedded Researcher CIHR Health System Impact Fellows: Reflections on “Driving Change” Within the Health System [Volume 8, Issue 6, 2019, Pages 325-328]
  • Embedded Researcher It’s All About the IKT Approach: Three Perspectives on an Embedded Research Fellowship; Comment on “CIHR Health System Impact Fellows: Reflections on ‘Driving Change’ Within the Health System” [Volume 8, Issue 7, 2019, Pages 455-458]
  • Embedded Researcher The Health System Impact Fellowship: Perspectives From the Program Leads; Comment on “CIHR Health System Impact Fellows: Reflections on ‘Driving Change’ Within the Health System” [Volume 8, Issue 10, 2019, Pages 623-626]
  • Embedded Researcher Re-Framing the Knowledge to Action Challenge Through NIHR Knowledge Mobilisation Research Fellows; Comment on “CIHR Health System Impact Fellows: Reflections on ‘Driving Change’ Within the Health System” [(Articles in Press)]
  • Embedded Researchers Meeting the Challenge of the “Know-Do” Gap; Comment on “CIHR Health System Impact Fellows: Reflections on ‘Driving Change’ Within the Health System” [Volume 8, Issue 8, 2019, Pages 498-500]
  • Emergencies Health Departments’ Engagement in Emergency Preparedness Activities: The Influence of Health Informatics Capacity [Volume 5, Issue 10, 2016, Pages 575-582]
  • Emergency Department Reasons for Discharge against Medical Advice: A Case Study of Emergency Departments in Iran [Volume 1, Issue 2, 2013, Pages 137-142]
  • Emergency Department Analyzing Main and Interaction Effects of Length of Stay Determinants in Emergency Departments [(Articles in Press)]
  • Emergency Departments Gaming New Zealand’s Emergency Department Target: How and Why Did It Vary Over Time and Between Organisations? [(Articles in Press)]
  • Emergency Medicine The Making of a New Medical Specialty: A Policy Analysis of the Development of Emergency Medicine in India [Volume 7, Issue 11, 2018, Pages 993-1006]
  • 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]
  • Emergency Ward Study of Patients Absconding Behavior in a General Hospital at Southern Region of Iran [Volume 4, Issue 3, 2015, Pages 137-141]
  • Emergent Partnerships All Health Partnerships, Great and Small: Comparing Mandated With Emergent Health Partnerships; Comment on “Evaluating Global Health Partnerships: A Case Study of a Gavi HPV Vaccine Application Process in Uganda” [Volume 7, Issue 1, 2018, Pages 89-91]
  • Emerging Markets Comparing the Income Elasticity of Health Spending in Middle-Income and High-Income Countries: The Role of Financial Protection [Volume 7, Issue 3, 2018, Pages 255-263]
  • Emigration and Immigration Non-physician Clinicians in Sub-Saharan Africa and the Evolving Role of Physicians [Volume 5, Issue 3, 2016, Pages 149-153]
  • Emigration and Immigration Coordinating Between Medical Professions’ Tasks to Optimize Sub-Saharan Health Systems: A Response to Recent Commentaries [Volume 6, Issue 2, 2017, Pages 123-125]
  • Emotional Labour Enabling Compassionate Health Care: Perils, Prospects and Perspectives [Volume 2, Issue 3, 2014, Pages 115-117]
  • Emotional Labour Beyond Compassion: Replacing a Blame Culture With Proper Emotional Support and Management; Comment on “Why and How Is Compassion Necessary to Provide Good Quality Healthcare?” [Volume 4, Issue 9, 2015, Pages 617-619]
  • Emotional Management Beyond Compassion: Replacing a Blame Culture With Proper Emotional Support and Management; Comment on “Why and How Is Compassion Necessary to Provide Good Quality Healthcare?” [Volume 4, Issue 9, 2015, Pages 617-619]
  • Employee Engagement Employee Engagement within the NHS: A Cross-Sectional Study [Volume 4, Issue 2, 2015, Pages 85-90]
  • Employee Job Satisfaction Strategic Collaborative Quality Management and Employee Job Satisfaction [Volume 2, Issue 4, 2014, Pages 167-174]
  • Employees Financial Incentives: Only One Piece of the Workplace Wellness Puzzle; Comment on “Corporate Wellness Programs: Implementation Challenges in the Modern American Workplace” [Volume 1, Issue 4, 2013, Pages 311-312]
  • Employment Discrimination Should Employers Be Permitted not to Hire Smokers? A Review of US Legal Provisions [Volume 6, Issue 12, 2017, Pages 701-706]
  • EMR countries Comparison of the Effects of Public and Private Health Expenditures on the Health Status: a Panel Data Analysis in Eastern Mediterranean Countries [Volume 1, Issue 2, 2013, Pages 163-167]
  • End of the NHS Who Killed the English National Health Service? [Volume 4, Issue 5, 2015, Pages 267-269]
  • 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]
  • Engaged Scholarship Backwards Design or looking Sideways? Knowledge Translation in the Real World; Comment on “A Call for a Backward Design to Knowledge Translation” [Volume 4, Issue 8, 2015, Pages 545-547]
  • Engagement Metrics of Patient, Public, Consumer, and Community Engagement in Healthcare Systems: How Should We Define Engagement, What Are We Measuring, and Does It Matter for Patient Care?; Comment on “Metrics and Evaluation Tools for Patient Engagement in Healthcare Organization- and System-Level Decision-Making: A Systematic Review” [Volume 8, Issue 1, 2019, Pages 49-50]
  • 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]
  • England Sustainability of Long-term Care: Puzzling Tasks Ahead for Policy-Makers [Volume 6, Issue 4, 2017, Pages 195-205]
  • England National Health Service (NHS) Morality and Values in Support of Universal Healthcare Must be Enshrined in Law; Comment on “Morality and Markets in the NHS” [Volume 4, Issue 6, 2015, Pages 399-402]
  • English National Health Service (NHS) Who Killed the English National Health Service? [Volume 4, Issue 5, 2015, Pages 267-269]
  • English National Health Service (NHS) Rhetoric and Reality in the English National Health Service; Comment on “Who Killed the English National Health Service?” [Volume 4, Issue 9, 2015, Pages 621-623]
  • English National Health Service (NHS) New Scope for Research in Traditional and Non-conventional Medicine; Comment on “Substitutes or Complements? Diagnosis and Treatment with Non-conventional and Conventional Medicine” [Volume 4, Issue 9, 2015, Pages 625-626]
  • 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]
  • English NHS Decisions of Value: Going Backstage; Comment on “Contextual Factors Influencing Cost and Quality Decisions in Health and Care: A Structured Evidence Review and Narrative Synthesis” [Volume 7, Issue 11, 2018, Pages 1067-1069]
  • Enrolment Factors That Influence Enrolment and Retention in Ghana’ National Health Insurance Scheme [Volume 7, Issue 5, 2018, Pages 443-454]
  • Enrolment Predictors of Enrolment in the National Health Insurance Scheme Among Women of Reproductive Age in Nigeria [Volume 7, Issue 11, 2018, Pages 1015-1023]
  • Enrolment Determinants of Enrolment and Renewing of Community-Based Health Insurance in Households With Under-5 Children in Rural South-Western Uganda [Volume 8, Issue 10, 2019, Pages 593-606]
  • Enrolment Factors Associated with Enrolment of Households in Nepal’s National Health Insurance Program [Volume 8, Issue 11, 2019, Pages 636-645]
  • Entitlements Financing Long-Term Care: Lessons From Japan [Volume 8, Issue 8, 2019, Pages 462-466]
  • Entitlements The Evolution of Long-term Care Programs; Comment on “Financing Long-term Care: Lessons From Japan” [Volume 9, Issue 1, 2020, Pages 42-44]
  • Enugu State Malaria Knowledge and Treatment Practices in Enugu State, Nigeria: A Qualitative Study [Volume 7, Issue 9, 2018, Pages 859-866]
  • Envenomation Needs and Availability of Snake Antivenoms: Relevance and Application of International Guidelines [Volume 4, Issue 7, 2015, Pages 447-457]
  • Environmental Assessment Inclusion of Health in Environmental Impact Assessment of Major Transport Infrastructure Projects in Vietnam [Volume 7, Issue 9, 2018, Pages 828-835]
  • Environmental Assessment (EA) Including Health in Environmental Assessments of Major Transport Infrastructure Projects: A Documentary Analysis [Volume 7, Issue 2, 2018, Pages 144-153]
  • Epidemiologic Trend An Epidemiological Survey of the Suicide Incidence Trends in the Southwest Iran: 2004-2009 [Volume 1, Issue 3, 2013, Pages 219-222]
  • Epidemiology The Epidemiological Aspects of Tuberculosis in Hamadan Province during 2005–11 [Volume 2, Issue 2, 2014, Pages 75-80]
  • Epidemiology Care Seeking Patterns of STIs-Associated Symptoms in Iran: Findings of a Population-Based Survey [Volume 5, Issue 1, 2016, Pages 5-11]
  • Epistemic Power Knowledge, Moral Claims and the Exercise of Power in Global Health [Volume 3, Issue 6, 2014, Pages 297-299]
  • Epistemology Just Say No to the TPP: A Democratic Setback for American and Asian Public Health; Comment on “The Trans-Pacific Partnership: Is It Everything We Feared for Health?” [Volume 6, Issue 7, 2017, Pages 419-421]
  • 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]
  • EQ-5D-3L A Comparison of Iran and UK EQ-5D-3L Value Sets Based on Visual Analogue Scale [Volume 6, Issue 5, 2017, Pages 267-272]
  • Equality Ethical Standards to Guide the Development of Obesity Policies and Programs; Comment on “Ethical Agreement and Disagreement about Obesity Prevention Policy in the United States” [Volume 1, Issue 4, 2013, Pages 313-315]
  • Equality Have Health Human Resources Become More Equal Between Rural and Urban Areas after the New Reform? [Volume 3, Issue 7, 2014, Pages 359-360]
  • Equality A Response to the Commentary Entitled: “Addressing the Shortage of Health Professionals in Rural China: Issues and Progress” [Volume 4, Issue 5, 2015, Pages 329-330]
  • 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]
  • EquiFrame An Analysis of the Extent of Social Inclusion and Equity Consideration in Malawi’s National HIV and AIDS Policy Review Process [Volume 7, Issue 4, 2018, Pages 297-307]
  • Equilibrium Thinking Shift on Health Systems: From Blueprint Health Programmes towards Resilience of Health Systems; Comment on “Constraints to Applying Systems Thinking Concepts in Health Systems: A Regional Perspective from Surveying Stakeholders in Eastern Mediterranean Countries” [Volume 4, Issue 5, 2015, Pages 307-309]
  • EquIPP An Analysis of the Extent of Social Inclusion and Equity Consideration in Malawi’s National HIV and AIDS Policy Review Process [Volume 7, Issue 4, 2018, Pages 297-307]
  • Equity Patient Choice Has Become the Standard Practice in Healthcare Provision: It is Time to Extend its Meaning; Comment on “Is Patient Choice the Future of Health Care Systems?” [Volume 1, Issue 3, 2013, Pages 227-228]
  • Equity Creating a Safe, High-Quality Healthcare System for All: Meeting the Needs of Limited English Proficient Populations; Comment on “Patient Safety and Healthcare Quality: The Case for Language Access” [Volume 2, Issue 2, 2014, Pages 91-94]
  • Equity Social Determinants of Equity in Access to Healthcare for Tuberculosis Patients in Republic of Macedonia – Results from a Case-Control Study [Volume 3, Issue 4, 2014, Pages 199-205]
  • Equity Impact of Socio-Economic Status on the Hospital Readmission of Congestive Heart Failure Patients: A Prospective Cohort Study [Volume 3, Issue 5, 2014, Pages 251-257]
  • Equity Achieving a “Grand Convergence” in Global Health by 2035: Rwanda Shows the Way; Comment on “Improving the World’s Health Through the Post-2015 Development Agenda: Perspectives From Rwanda” [Volume 4, Issue 11, 2015, Pages 789-791]
  • Equity Ethical Perspective: Five Unacceptable Trade-offs on the Path to Universal Health Coverage [Volume 4, Issue 11, 2015, Pages 711-714]
  • 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 How the Spectre of Societal Homogeneity Undermines Equitable Healthcare for Refugees; Comment on “Defining and Acting on Global Health: The Case of Japan and the Refugee Crisis” [Volume 6, Issue 6, 2017, Pages 349-351]
  • Equity University of Global Health Equity’s Contribution to the Reduction of Education and Health Services Rationing [Volume 6, Issue 8, 2017, Pages 427-429]
  • Equity An Analysis of the Extent of Social Inclusion and Equity Consideration in Malawi’s National HIV and AIDS Policy Review Process [Volume 7, Issue 4, 2018, Pages 297-307]
  • Equity Health Promotion at Local Level in Norway: The Use of Public Health Coordinators and Health Overviews to Promote Fair Distribution Among Social Groups [Volume 7, Issue 9, 2018, Pages 807-817]
  • Equity Disease Control Priorities Third Edition Is Published: A Theory of Change Is Needed for Translating Evidence to Health Policy [Volume 7, Issue 9, 2018, Pages 771-777]
  • Equity What Health System Challenges Should Responsible Innovation in Health Address? Insights From an International Scoping Review [Volume 8, Issue 2, 2019, Pages 63-75]
  • Equity The Impact of Conflict on Immunisation Coverage in 16 Countries [Volume 8, Issue 4, 2019, Pages 211-221]
  • Equity Health Promotion at Local Level in Norway – Who, What, When, and How: A Response to Recent Commentaries [Volume 8, Issue 4, 2019, Pages 253-255]
  • Equity Priority Setting on the Path to UHC: Time for Stronger Institutions and Stronger Health Systems: Response to Recent Commentaries [Volume 8, Issue 8, 2019, Pages 511-513]
  • Equity Innovation Strategies and Health System Guiding Principles to Address Equity and Sustainability in Responsible Innovation in Health; Comment on “What Health System Challenges Should Responsible Innovation in Health Address? Insights From an International Scoping Review” [Volume 8, Issue 9, 2019, Pages 570-572]
  • Equity Universal Pharmacare in Canada: A Prescription for Equity in Healthcare [Volume 9, Issue 3, 2020, Pages 91-95]
  • Equity National Pharmacare in Canada: Equality or Equity, Accessibility or Affordability; Comment on “Universal Pharmacare in Canada: A Prescription for Equity in Healthcare” [(Articles in Press)]
  • Equity The Challenges of Canadian Pharmacare Are More Complicated Than Acknowledged; Comment on “Pharmacare in Canada” [(Articles in Press)]
  • Equity and Efficiency Trade-off Policy Choices for Progressive Realization of Universal Health Coverage; Comment on “Ethical Perspective: Five Unacceptable Trade-offs on the Path to Universal Health Coverage” [Volume 6, Issue 2, 2017, Pages 107-110]
  • 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]
  • ER Visits Psychosocial Workplace Factors and Healthcare Utilization: A Study of Two Employers [Volume 7, Issue 7, 2018, Pages 614-622]
  • Essential Drugs Essential Medicines for Children: An Endocrine Perspective [Volume 3, Issue 6, 2014, Pages 357-357]
  • 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]
  • Essential Medicines List Defining the Benefit Package of Thailand Universal Coverage Scheme: From Pragmatism to Sophistication [(Articles in Press)]
  • Essential Medicines Policy Patients’ Coping Behaviors to Unavailability of Essential Medicines in Primary Care in Developed Urban China [(Articles in Press)]
  • Essential Surgery Global Surgery – Redirecting Strategies for a Global Research Agenda; Comment on “Global Surgery – Informing National Strategies for Scaling Up Surgery in Sub-Saharan Africa” [Volume 7, Issue 11, 2018, Pages 1064-1066]
  • 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]
  • Ethical Analysis Ethics in HTA: Examining the “Need for Expansion” [Volume 6, Issue 10, 2017, Pages 551-553]
  • Ethical Concern The Dilemma of Physician Shortage and International Recruitment in Canada [Volume 3, Issue 1, 2014, Pages 29-32]
  • Ethical Training Why and How Is Compassion Necessary to Provide Good Quality Healthcare? [Volume 4, Issue 4, 2015, Pages 199-201]
  • Ethics Health and Wellness Policy Ethics [Volume 1, Issue 2, 2013, Pages 111-113]
  • Ethics Medicine and the Task of Healing [Volume 1, Issue 2, 2013, Pages 115-116]
  • Ethics Fairness and Respect in Obesity Prevention Policies: A Response to David Buchanan [Volume 2, Issue 1, 2014, Pages 49-50]
  • Ethics Because of Science You Also Die...; Comment on “Quaternary Prevention, an Answer of Family Doctors to Over Medicalization” [Volume 4, Issue 9, 2015, Pages 615-616]
  • Ethics Imagined in Policy, Inscribed on Bodies: Defending an Ethic of Compassion in a Political Context; Comment on “Why and How Is Compassion Necessary to Provide Good Quality Healthcare?” [Volume 4, Issue 10, 2015, Pages 681-683]
  • Ethics What Money Cannot Buy? Compassion in Healthcare: A Response to the Recent Commentaries [Volume 4, Issue 12, 2015, Pages 873-874]
  • Ethics Ethical Perspective: Five Unacceptable Trade-offs on the Path to Universal Health Coverage [Volume 4, Issue 11, 2015, Pages 711-714]
  • 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]
  • Ethics Should Employers Be Permitted not to Hire Smokers? A Review of US Legal Provisions [Volume 6, Issue 12, 2017, Pages 701-706]
  • Ethics Prioritising, Ranking and Resource Implementation - A Normative Analysis [Volume 7, Issue 6, 2018, Pages 532-541]
  • Ethics Reducing Health Inequities Through Intersectoral Action: Balancing Equity in Health With Equity for Other Social Goods [Volume 8, Issue 1, 2019, Pages 1-3]
  • Ethics, Clinical Quaternary Prevention, an Answer of Family Doctors to Overmedicalization [Volume 4, Issue 2, 2015, Pages 61-64]
  • Ethics of Care Why and How Is Compassion Necessary to Provide Good Quality Healthcare? [Volume 4, Issue 4, 2015, Pages 199-201]
  • Ethiopia “It’s About the Idea Hitting the Bull’s Eye”: How Aid Effectiveness Can Catalyse the Scale-up of Health Innovations [Volume 7, Issue 8, 2018, Pages 718-727]
  • Ethiopia Scaling Up a Strengthened Youth-Friendly Service Delivery Model to Include Long-Acting Reversible Contraceptives in Ethiopia: A Mixed Methods Retrospective Assessment [Volume 9, Issue 2, 2020, Pages 53-64]
  • Ethiopia “Sell an Ox” - The Price of Cure for Hepatitis C in Two Countries [(Articles in Press)]
  • Europe Cholecystectomy and Diagnosis-Related Groups (DRGs): Patient Classification and Hospital Reimbursement in 11 European Countries [Volume 3, Issue 7, 2014, Pages 383-391]
  • Europe Heterogeneity of European DRG Systems and Potentials for a Common Eurodrg System; Comment on “Cholecystectomy and Diagnosis-Related Groups (DRGs): Patient Classification and Hospital Reimbursement in 11 European Countries” [Volume 4, Issue 5, 2015, Pages 319-320]
  • Europe Common DRG System - the Future of Europe? A Response to Recent Commentary [Volume 4, Issue 7, 2015, Pages 501-502]
  • Europe 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 4, Issue 10, 2015, Pages 663-671]
  • Europe Multiculturalism and Compassion: Responding to Mental Health Needs Among Refugees and Asylum Seekers; Comment on “A Crisis of Humanitarianism: Refugees at the Gates of Europe” [Volume 8, Issue 12, 2019, Pages 734-736]
  • European LTC Policies To What Extent Is Long-term Care Representative of Elderly Care? A Case Study of Elderly Care Financing in Lombardy, Italy [Volume 6, Issue 8, 2017, Pages 467-471]
  • 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]
  • European Union A Crisis of Humanitarianism: Refugees at the Gates of Europe [Volume 8, Issue 6, 2019, Pages 321-324]
  • European Union (EU) Reaching Outside the Comfort Zone: Realising the FCTC’s Potential for Public Health Governance and Regulation in the European Union; Comment on “The Legal Strength of International Health Instruments – What It Brings to Global Health Governance?” [Volume 7, Issue 5, 2018, Pages 459-462]
  • European Union (EU) The Global Health Policies of the EU and its Member States: A Common Vision? [Volume 7, Issue 5, 2018, Pages 433-442]
  • Evaluation Outcome Evaluation of Therapeutic Community Model in Iran [Volume 1, Issue 2, 2013, Pages 131-135]
  • Evaluation Take the Money and Run: The Challenges of Designing and Evaluating Financial Incentives in Healthcare; Comment on “Paying for Performance in Healthcare Organisations” [Volume 2, Issue 2, 2014, Pages 95-96]
  • Evaluation Resource Based View of the Firm as a Theoretical Lens on the Organisational Consequences of Quality Improvement [Volume 3, Issue 3, 2014, Pages 113-115]
  • Evaluation Evaluation of Board Performance in Iran’s Universities of Medical Sciences [Volume 3, Issue 5, 2014, Pages 235-241]
  • Evaluation Leadership and Leadership Development in Healthcare Settings – A Simplistic Solution to Complex Problems? [Volume 3, Issue 5, 2014, Pages 227-229]
  • Evaluation Responsibilising Managers and Clinicians, Neglecting System Health? What Kind of Healthcare Leadership Development Do We Want?; Comment on “Leadership and Leadership Development in Healthcare Settings - A Simplistic Solution to Complex Problems?” [Volume 4, Issue 1, 2015, Pages 43-44]
  • Evaluation It’s More Complicated than That; Comment on “Translating Evidence into Healthcare Policy and Practice: Single Versus Multi-Faceted Implementation Strategies – Is There a Simple Answer to a Complex Question?” [Volume 4, Issue 7, 2015, Pages 481-482]
  • Evaluation Validating and Determining the Weight of Items Used for Evaluating Clinical Governance Implementation Based on Analytic Hierarchy Process Model [Volume 4, Issue 10, 2015, Pages 645-651]
  • Evaluation Reflecting on Backward Design for Knowledge Translation; Comment on “A Call for a Backward Design to Knowledge Translation” [Volume 4, Issue 8, 2015, Pages 541-543]
  • Evaluation An Implementation Research Approach to Evaluating Health Insurance Programs: Insights from India [Volume 5, Issue 5, 2016, Pages 295-299]
  • Evaluation Passed the Age of Puberty: Organizational Networks as a Way to Get Things Done in the Health Field; Comment on “Evaluating Global Health Partnerships: A Case Study of a Gavi HPV Vaccine Application Process in Uganda” [Volume 6, Issue 11, 2017, Pages 677-679]
  • Evaluation Assessing and Improving Performance: A Longitudinal Evaluation of Priority Setting and Resource Allocation in a Canadian Health Region [Volume 7, Issue 4, 2018, Pages 328-335]
  • Evaluation The Challenges of a Complex and Innovative Telehealth Project: A Qualitative Evaluation of the Eastern Quebec Telepathology Network [Volume 7, Issue 5, 2018, Pages 421-432]
  • Evaluation Developing a Framework for a Program Theory-Based Approach to Evaluating Policy Processes and Outcomes: Health in All Policies in South Australia [Volume 7, Issue 6, 2018, Pages 510-521]
  • Evaluation Evaluating Health in All Policies; Comment on “Developing a Framework for a Program Theory-Based Approach to Evaluating Policy Processes and Outcomes: Health in All Policies in South Australia” [Volume 7, Issue 8, 2018, Pages 761-762]
  • Evaluation Policy, Theory, and Evaluation: Stop Mixing the Fruit Salad; Comment on “Developing a Framework for a Program Theory-Based Approach to Evaluating Policy Processes and Outcomes: Health in All Policies in South Australia” [Volume 7, Issue 8, 2018, Pages 763-765]
  • Evaluation Improving Care for the Frail in Nova Scotia: An Implementation Evaluation of a Frailty Portal in Primary Care Practice [Volume 8, Issue 2, 2019, Pages 112-123]
  • Evaluation From Craft to Reflective Art and Science; Comment on “Metrics and Evaluation Tools for Patient Engagement in Healthcare Organization- and System-Level Decision-Making: A Systematic Review” [Volume 8, Issue 2, 2019, Pages 124-127]
  • Evaluation Power, Process and Context in Theory Based Evaluation of Policy Implementation: A Response to Recent Commentaries [Volume 8, Issue 1, 2019, Pages 61-62]
  • Evaluation Some Multidimensional Unintended Consequences of Telehealth Utilization: A Multi-Project Evaluation Synthesis [Volume 8, Issue 6, 2019, Pages 337-352]
  • Evaluation Monitoring Sustainable Development Goals 3: Assessing the Readiness of Low- and Middle-Income Countries [(Articles in Press)]
  • Evaluation Metrics Using the Taxonomy and the Metrics: What to Study When and Why; Comment on “Metrics and Evaluation Tools for Patient Engagement in Healthcare Organization- and System-Level Decision-Making: A Systematic Review” [Volume 8, Issue 1, 2019, Pages 51-54]
  • Evaluation Research From Mid-Level Policy Analysis to Macro-Level Political Economy; Comment on “Developing a Framework for a Program Theory-Based Approach to Evaluating Policy Processes and Outcomes: Health in All Policies in South Australia” [Volume 7, Issue 7, 2018, Pages 656-658]
  • Evaluation Studies Delving Into the Details of Evaluating Public Engagement Initiatives; Comment on “Metrics and Evaluation Tools for Patient Engagement in Healthcare Organization- and System-Level Decision-Making: A Systematic Review” [Volume 8, Issue 4, 2019, Pages 247-249]
  • Evaluation Tools Patient Engagement and its Evaluation Tools – Current Challenges and Future Directions; Comment on “Metrics and Evaluation Tools for Patient Engagement in Healthcare Organization- and System-Level Decision-Making: A Systematic Review” [Volume 8, Issue 6, 2019, Pages 378-380]
  • Everyday Resilience What Is Resilience and How Can It Be Nurtured? A Systematic Review of Empirical Literature on Organizational Resilience [Volume 7, Issue 6, 2018, Pages 491-503]
  • Evidence Evidence for Policy Making: Clinical Appropriateness Study of Lumbar Spine MRI Prescriptions Using RAND Appropriateness Method [Volume 1, Issue 1, 2013, Pages 17-21]
  • Evidence Evidence for Informing Health Policy Development in Low- Income Countries (LICS): Perspectives of Policy Actors in Uganda [Volume 4, Issue 5, 2015, Pages 285-293]
  • Evidence It’s More Complicated than That; Comment on “Translating Evidence into Healthcare Policy and Practice: Single Versus Multi-Faceted Implementation Strategies – Is There a Simple Answer to a Complex Question?” [Volume 4, Issue 7, 2015, Pages 481-482]
  • Evidence Health Reform Requires Policy Capacity [Volume 4, Issue 5, 2015, Pages 265-266]
  • Evidence “Horses for Courses”; Comment on “Translating Evidence Into Healthcare Policy and Practice: Single Versus Multi-Faceted Implementation Strategies – Is There a Simple Answer to a Complex Question?” [Volume 4, Issue 10, 2015, Pages 685-686]
  • 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 Making Research Matter; Comment on “Public Spending on Health Service and Policy Research in Canada, the United Kingdom, and the United States: A Modest Proposal” [Volume 7, Issue 4, 2018, Pages 353-355]
  • Evidence Knowledge Translation in Healthcare – Towards Understanding its True Complexities; Comment on “Using Complexity and Network Concepts to Inform Healthcare Knowledge Translation” [Volume 7, Issue 5, 2018, Pages 455-458]
  • Evidence Shaping Policy Change in Population Health: Policy Entrepreneurs, Ideas, and Institutions [Volume 7, Issue 5, 2018, Pages 369-373]
  • Evidence Bridging the Gap Between Research and Policy and Practice; Comment on “CIHR Health System Impact Fellows: Reflections on ‘Driving Change’ Within the Health System” [Volume 8, Issue 9, 2019, Pages 557-559]
  • Evidence Re-Framing the Knowledge to Action Challenge Through NIHR Knowledge Mobilisation Research Fellows; Comment on “CIHR Health System Impact Fellows: Reflections on ‘Driving Change’ Within the Health System” [(Articles in Press)]
  • Evidence and Policy Mitigating Evidentiary Bias in Planning and Policy-Making; Comment on “Reflective Practice: How the World Bank Explored Its Own Biases?” [Volume 6, Issue 2, 2017, Pages 103-105]
  • Evidence-Based Decision-Making Implementation Research: An Efficient and Effective Tool to Accelerate Universal Health Coverage [(Articles in Press)]
  • Evidence-Based Healthcare The Many Meanings of Evidence: Implications for the Translational Science Agenda in Healthcare [Volume 1, Issue 3, 2013, Pages 187-188]
  • Evidence-Based Healthcare From Knowing to Doing—From the Academy to Practice; Comment on “The Many Meanings of Evidence: Implications for the Translational Science Agenda in Healthcare” [Volume 2, Issue 1, 2014, Pages 45-46]
  • Evidence-Based Healthcare Translating Evidence into Healthcare Policy and Practice: Single Versus Multi-Faceted Implementation Strategies – Is There a Simple Answer to a Complex Question? [Volume 4, Issue 3, 2015, Pages 123-126]
  • Evidence-Based Healthcare It Is Not That Simple nor Compelling!; Comment on “Translating Evidence Into Healthcare Policy and Practice: Single Versus Multi-faceted Implementation Strategies – Is There a Simple Answer to a Complex Question?” [Volume 4, Issue 11, 2015, Pages 787-788]
  • 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 Health Policy-Making A Qualitative Assessment of the Evidence Utilization for Health Policy-Making on the Basis of SUPPORT Tools in a Developing Country [Volume 6, Issue 8, 2017, Pages 457-465]
  • Evidence-Based Medicine Because of Science You Also Die...; Comment on “Quaternary Prevention, an Answer of Family Doctors to Over Medicalization” [Volume 4, Issue 9, 2015, Pages 615-616]
  • Evidence-Based Medicine (EBM) Some Notes on Critical Appraisal of Prevalence Studies; Comment on: “The Development of a Critical Appraisal Tool for Use in Systematic Reviews Addressing Questions of Prevalence” [Volume 3, Issue 5, 2014, Pages 289-290]
  • Evidence-Based Policy Lost in Translation: Piloting a Novel Framework to Assess the Challenges in Translating Scientific Uncertainty From Empirical Findings to WHO Policy Statements [Volume 6, Issue 11, 2017, Pages 649-660]
  • Evidence-Based Policy-Making Knowledge and Networks – Key Sources of Power in Global Health; Comment on “Knowledge, Moral Claims and the Exercise of Power in Global Health” [Volume 4, Issue 2, 2015, Pages 119-121]
  • Evidence-Based Practice Care and Do Not Harm: Possible Misunderstandings With Quaternary Prevention (P4); Comment on “Quaternary Prevention, an Answer of Family Doctors to Over Medicalization” [Volume 4, Issue 8, 2015, Pages 561-563]
  • Evidence-Based Practice Using Complexity and Network Concepts to Inform Healthcare Knowledge Translation [Volume 7, Issue 3, 2018, Pages 231-243]
  • Evidence-Based Practice Using Complexity to Simplify Knowledge Translation; Comment on “Using Complexity and Network Concepts to Inform Healthcare Knowledge Translation” [Volume 7, Issue 6, 2018, Pages 563-565]
  • Evidence-Based Practice Achievements of the Cochrane Iran Associate Centre: Lessons Learned [(Articles in Press)]
  • 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 Promoting Researchers and Policy-Makers Collaboration in Evidence-Informed Policy-Making in Nigeria: Outcome of a Two-Way Secondment Model between University and Health Ministry [Volume 7, Issue 6, 2018, Pages 522-531]
  • 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]
  • Evidence-Informed Deliberative Processes Fair Processes for Priority Setting: Putting Theory into Practice; Comment on “Expanded HTA: Enhancing Fairness and Legitimacy” [Volume 6, Issue 1, 2017, Pages 43-47]
  • Evidence-Informed Deliberative Processes Evidence-Informed Deliberative Processes for Universal Health Coverage: Broadening the Scope; Comment on “Priority Setting for Universal Health Coverage: We Need Evidence-Informed Deliberative Processes, Not Just More Evidence on Cost-Effectiveness” [Volume 6, Issue 8, 2017, Pages 473-475]
  • Evidence-Informed Deliberative Processes Evidence-Informed Deliberative Processes – Early Dialogue, Broad Focus and Relevance: A Response to Recent Commentaries [Volume 7, Issue 1, 2018, Pages 96-97]
  • Evidence-Informed Deliberative Processes Use of Evidence-informed Deliberative Processes by Health Technology Assessment Agencies Around The Globe [Volume 9, Issue 1, 2020, Pages 27-33]
  • Evidence-Informed Deliberative Processes Use of Evidence-Informed Deliberative Processes – Learning by Doing; Comment on “Use of Evidence-informed Deliberative Processes by Health Technology Assessment Agencies Around the Globe” [(Articles in Press)]
  • Evidence-Informed Health Policy A Process Evaluation to Assess Contextual Factors Associated With the Uptake of a Rapid Response Service to Support Health Systems’ Decision-Making in Uganda [Volume 6, Issue 10, 2017, Pages 561-571]
  • Evidence-Informed Policy A Call for a Backward Design to Knowledge Translation [Volume 4, Issue 1, 2015, Pages 1-5]
  • Evidence-Informed Policy Research Meeting the Challenge of the “Know-Do” Gap; Comment on “CIHR Health System Impact Fellows: Reflections on ‘Driving Change’ Within the Health System” [Volume 8, Issue 8, 2019, Pages 498-500]
  • Evidence Use Backwards Design or looking Sideways? Knowledge Translation in the Real World; Comment on “A Call for a Backward Design to Knowledge Translation” [Volume 4, Issue 8, 2015, Pages 545-547]
  • Evidence Use An Assessment of National Maternal and Child Health Policy-Makers’ Knowledge and Capacity for Evidence-Informed Policy-Making in Nigeria [Volume 6, Issue 6, 2017, Pages 309-316]
  • Evidentiary Bias Mitigating Evidentiary Bias in Planning and Policy-Making; Comment on “Reflective Practice: How the World Bank Explored Its Own Biases?” [Volume 6, Issue 2, 2017, Pages 103-105]
  • 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]
  • Excise How to Set up an Effective Food Tax?; Comment on “Food Taxes: A New Holy Grail?” [Volume 1, Issue 3, 2013, Pages 233-234]
  • Executive Leadership Governing Collaborative Healthcare Improvement: Lessons From an Atlantic Canadian Case [Volume 6, Issue 12, 2017, Pages 691-694]
  • Exemption Mechanisms “They Are After Quantity, Not Quality”: Health Providers’ Perceptions of Fee Exemption Policies in Morocco [Volume 7, Issue 12, 2018, Pages 1110-1119]
  • Expectation Maximum Algorithm Influence of Pattern of Missing Data on Performance of Imputation Methods: An Example from National Data on Drug Injection in Prisons [Volume 1, Issue 1, 2013, Pages 69-77]
  • Expectations and Perceptions The Quality Assessment of Family Physician Service in Rural Regions, Northeast of Iran in 2012 [Volume 2, Issue 3, 2014, Pages 137-142]
  • 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]
  • Eye Economic Inequality in Eye Care Utilization and its Determinants: A Blinder–Oaxaca Decomposition [Volume 3, Issue 6, 2014, Pages 307-313]

F

  • Facilitation “Horses for Courses”; Comment on “Translating Evidence Into Healthcare Policy and Practice: Single Versus Multi-Faceted Implementation Strategies – Is There a Simple Answer to a Complex Question?” [Volume 4, Issue 10, 2015, Pages 685-686]
  • Facilitation How Single Is “Single” - Some Pragmatic Reflections on Single Versus Multifaceted Interventions to Facilitate Implementation; Comment on “Translating Evidence Into Healthcare Policy and Practice: Single Versus Multifaceted Implementation Strategies – Is There a Simple Answer to a Complex Question?” [Volume 4, Issue 10, 2015, Pages 699-701]
  • 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]
  • Facility Review Emergency Referral Transport for Maternal Complication: Lessons from the Community Based Maternal Death Audits in Unnao District, Uttar Pradesh, India [Volume 4, Issue 2, 2015, Pages 99-106]
  • Factor Analysis Impact of Socio-Economic Status on the Hospital Readmission of Congestive Heart Failure Patients: A Prospective Cohort Study [Volume 3, Issue 5, 2014, Pages 251-257]
  • Factor Analysis What Happens When Donors Pull Out? Examining Differences in Motivation Between Health Workers Who Recently Had Performance-Based Financing (PBF) Withdrawn With Workers Who Never Received PBF in the Democratic Republic of Congo [Volume 8, Issue 11, 2019, Pages 646-661]
  • Factorial ANOVA Analyzing Main and Interaction Effects of Length of Stay Determinants in Emergency Departments [(Articles in Press)]
  • Fair Fair Processes for Priority Setting: Putting Theory into Practice; Comment on “Expanded HTA: Enhancing Fairness and Legitimacy” [Volume 6, Issue 1, 2017, Pages 43-47]
  • 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 Trouble Spots in Online Direct-to-Consumer Prescription Drug Promotion: A Content Analysis of FDA Warning Letters [Volume 4, Issue 12, 2015, Pages 813-821]
  • 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]
  • Fair Financial Contribution Index (FFCI) Household Financial Contribution to the Health System in Shiraz, Iran in 2012 [Volume 3, Issue 5, 2014, Pages 243-249]
  • Fairness Fairness and Respect in Obesity Prevention Policies: A Response to David Buchanan [Volume 2, Issue 1, 2014, Pages 49-50]
  • Fairness Expanded HTA: Enhancing Fairness and Legitimacy [Volume 5, Issue 1, 2016, Pages 1-3]
  • Fairness The Need for Global Application of the Accountability for Reasonableness Approach to Support Sustainable Outcomes; Comment on “Expanded HTA: Enhancing Fairness and Legitimacy” [Volume 6, Issue 2, 2017, Pages 115-118]
  • Fake News “Enemies of the People?” Public Health in the Era of Populist Politics; Comment on “The Rise of Post-truth Populism in Pluralist Liberal Democracies: Challenges for Health Policy” [Volume 6, Issue 11, 2017, Pages 669-672]
  • False Test Results On the Social Construction of Overdiagnosis; Comment on “Medicalisation and Overdiagnosis: What Society Does to Medicine” [Volume 6, Issue 10, 2017, Pages 609-610]
  • Family Medicine Care and Do Not Harm: Possible Misunderstandings With Quaternary Prevention (P4); Comment on “Quaternary Prevention, an Answer of Family Doctors to Over Medicalization” [Volume 4, Issue 8, 2015, Pages 561-563]
  • 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 Physician The Quality Assessment of Family Physician Service in Rural Regions, Northeast of Iran in 2012 [Volume 2, Issue 3, 2014, Pages 137-142]
  • Family Physician Factors Affecting Family Physicians’ Drug Prescribing: A Cross-Sectional Study in Khuzestan, Iran [Volume 3, Issue 7, 2014, Pages 377-381]
  • Family Physicians Evaluation of Transition to Electronic Prescriptions in Turkey: Perspective of Family Physicians [Volume 8, Issue 1, 2019, Pages 40-48]
  • Family Physicians Because of Science You Also Die...; Comment on “Quaternary Prevention, an Answer of Family Doctors to Over Medicalization” [Volume 4, Issue 9, 2015, Pages 615-616]
  • Family Planning The Pill is Mightier Than the Sword [Volume 4, Issue 8, 2015, Pages 507-510]
  • Family Planning The Pill vs. the Sword: Additional Considerations; Comment on “The Pill Is Mightier Than the Sword” [Volume 4, Issue 12, 2015, Pages 853-855]
  • 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]
  • Family Planning Scaling Up a Strengthened Youth-Friendly Service Delivery Model to Include Long-Acting Reversible Contraceptives in Ethiopia: A Mixed Methods Retrospective Assessment [Volume 9, Issue 2, 2020, Pages 53-64]
  • Family Planning (FP) Iran’s Shift in Family Planning Policies: Concerns and Challenges [Volume 3, Issue 5, 2014, Pages 231-233]
  • Family Planning (FP) ‘Only Systems Thinking Can Improve Family Planning Program in Pakistan’: A Descriptive Qualitative Study [Volume 3, Issue 7, 2014, Pages 393-398]
  • Far Right Parties The Far Right Challenge; Comment on “The Rise of Post-truth Populism in Pluralist Liberal Democracies: Challenges for Health Policy” [Volume 7, Issue 2, 2018, Pages 195-198]
  • Fatal Suicide An Epidemiological Survey of the Suicide Incidence Trends in the Southwest Iran: 2004-2009 [Volume 1, Issue 3, 2013, Pages 219-222]
  • FCTC Stakeholder’s Assessment of the Awareness and Effectiveness of Smoke-free Law in Thailand [Volume 7, Issue 10, 2018, Pages 919-922]
  • Fear Ebola Treatment and Prevention are not the only Battles: Understanding Ebola-related Fear and Stigma [Volume 4, Issue 1, 2015, Pages 55-56]
  • 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]
  • Federalism Implementing Federalism in the Health System of Nepal: Opportunities and Challenges [Volume 8, Issue 4, 2019, Pages 195-198]
  • Fee-for-Service (FFS) Fee-for-Service Payment – An Evil Practice that Must be Stamped Out? [Volume 4, Issue 2, 2015, Pages 57-59]
  • Fee-for-Service (FFS) In Defense of Regulated Fee-for-Service Payment: A Response to Recent Commentaries [Volume 4, Issue 9, 2015, Pages 635-636]
  • 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]
  • Fellowship Re-Framing the Knowledge to Action Challenge Through NIHR Knowledge Mobilisation Research Fellows; Comment on “CIHR Health System Impact Fellows: Reflections on ‘Driving Change’ Within the Health System” [(Articles in Press)]
  • Female Physician The Proportion of Female Physician Links With Advanced Educational Opportunity for Female and by Female [(Articles in Press)]
  • Feminist Theory Healthcare and Compassion: Towards an Awareness of Intersubjective Vulnerability; Comment on “Why and How Is Compassion Necessary to Provide Good Quality Healthcare?” [Volume 4, Issue 9, 2015, Pages 627-629]
  • Fentanyl A Plea for Harm Reduction Policing Involving People Who Use Drugs [Volume 7, Issue 8, 2018, Pages 766-767]
  • Fertility Analysis of Economic Determinants of Fertility in Iran: A Multilevel Approach [Volume 3, Issue 3, 2014, Pages 135-144]
  • Fertility Behavior Localization of Determinants of Fertility through Measurement Adaptations in Developing-Country Settings: The Case of Iran; Comment on “Analysis of Economic Determinants of Fertility in Iran: A Multilevel Approach” [Volume 3, Issue 7, 2014, Pages 413-415]
  • 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]
  • Field Theory Global Health as a Field of Power Relations: A Response to Recent Commentaries [Volume 4, Issue 7, 2015, Pages 497-499]
  • 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]
  • Fiji Decentralisation; The Question of Management Capacity: A Response to Recent Commentaries [Volume 6, Issue 1, 2017, Pages 61-63]
  • Finance Our Blind Spots in the Fight Against Health Systems Corruption; Comment on “We Need to Talk About Corruption in Health Systems” [Volume 9, Issue 1, 2020, Pages 34-38]
  • Financial Comparing the Income Elasticity of Health Spending in Middle-Income and High-Income Countries: The Role of Financial Protection [Volume 7, Issue 3, 2018, Pages 255-263]
  • 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 Management Change Theory for Accounting System Reform in Health Sector: A Case Study of Kerman University of Medical Sciences in Iran [Volume 1, Issue 4, 2013, Pages 279-285]
  • Financial Protection Expanded HTA: Enhancing Fairness and Legitimacy [Volume 5, Issue 1, 2016, Pages 1-3]
  • Financial Protection A Critical Analysis of Purchasing Arrangements in Kenya: The Case of the National Hospital Insurance Fund [Volume 7, Issue 3, 2018, Pages 244-254]
  • 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]
  • Financial Risk Protection Out-of-Pocket Payments, Catastrophic Health Expenditure and Poverty Among Households in Nigeria 2010 [Volume 7, Issue 9, 2018, Pages 798-806]
  • Financing Long-term Care Financing: Inserting Politics and Resource Allocation in the Debate; Comment on “Financing Long-term Care: Lessons From Japan” [Volume 9, Issue 2, 2020, Pages 77-79]
  • Financing Aiming Higher: Advancing Public Social Insurance for Long-term Care to Meet the Global Aging Challenge; Comment on “Financing Long-term Care: Lessons From Japan” [(Articles in Press)]
  • Finland “First, Do No Harm”: Have the Health Impacts of Government Bills on Tax Legislation Been Assessed in Finland? [Volume 7, Issue 8, 2018, Pages 696-698]
  • Fiscal Decentralization The Effect of Fiscal Decentralization on Under-five Mortality in Iran: A Panel Data Analysis [Volume 1, Issue 4, 2013, Pages 301-306]
  • Fiscal Space Framing the Health Workforce Agenda Beyond Economic Growth [Volume 7, Issue 8, 2018, Pages 678-682]
  • Five-Year Plan Assessment of the Status of National Oral Health Policy in India [Volume 4, Issue 9, 2015, Pages 575-581]
  • Fixed and Random Effects The Effect of Fiscal Decentralization on Under-five Mortality in Iran: A Panel Data Analysis [Volume 1, Issue 4, 2013, Pages 301-306]
  • Focus Factory Theory Independent Treatment Centres Are Not a Guarantee for High Quality and Low Healthcare Prices in The Netherlands – A Study of 5 Elective Surgeries [(Articles in Press)]
  • Food How Neoliberalism Is Shaping the Supply of Unhealthy Commodities and What This Means for NCD Prevention [Volume 8, Issue 9, 2019, Pages 514-520]
  • Food Big Tobacco, Alcohol, and Food and NCDs in LMICs: An Inconvenient Truth and Call to Action; Comment on “Addressing NCDs: Challenges From Industry Market Promotion and Interferences” [Volume 8, Issue 12, 2019, Pages 727-731]
  • 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) Trouble Spots in Online Direct-to-Consumer Prescription Drug Promotion: A Content Analysis of FDA Warning Letters [Volume 4, Issue 12, 2015, Pages 813-821]
  • 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]
  • Food and Nutrition Soda Taxes: The Importance of Analysing Policy Processes; Comment on “The Untapped Power of Soda Taxes: Incentivising Consumers, Generating Revenue, and Altering Corporate Behaviours” [Volume 7, Issue 5, 2018, Pages 470-473]
  • Food Ethics Nutritionism, Commercialization and Food; Comment on “Buying Health: The Costs of Commercialism and an Alternative Philosophy” [Volume 1, Issue 3, 2013, Pages 223-225]
  • Food Industry Fostering the Catalyst Role of Government in Advancing Healthy Food Environments [Volume 7, Issue 6, 2018, Pages 485-490]
  • Food Policy Ethical Agreement and Disagreement about Obesity Prevention Policy in the United States [Volume 1, Issue 2, 2013, Pages 117-120]
  • Food Policy Fairness and Respect in Obesity Prevention Policies: A Response to David Buchanan [Volume 2, Issue 1, 2014, Pages 49-50]
  • Food Studies Nutritionism, Commercialization and Food; Comment on “Buying Health: The Costs of Commercialism and an Alternative Philosophy” [Volume 1, Issue 3, 2013, Pages 223-225]
  • Food tax Food Taxes: A New Holy Grail? [Volume 1, Issue 2, 2013, Pages 95-97]
  • Food tax Ethical Agreement and Disagreement about Obesity Prevention Policy in the United States [Volume 1, Issue 2, 2013, Pages 117-120]
  • Food Taxes How to Set up an Effective Food Tax?; Comment on “Food Taxes: A New Holy Grail?” [Volume 1, Issue 3, 2013, Pages 233-234]
  • Food Taxes Do We Know What We Do not Know? A Response to Celine Bonnet [Volume 1, Issue 4, 2013, Pages 319-320]
  • Forced Migration Forced Migration and Global Responsibility for Health; Comment on “Defining and Acting on Global Health: The Case of Japan and the Refugee Crisis” [Volume 6, Issue 7, 2017, Pages 415-418]
  • Foreign Policy Global health diplomacy: a ‘Deus ex Machina’ for international development and relations; Comment on “A Ghost in the Machine? Politics in Global Health Policy” [Volume 3, Issue 2, 2014, Pages 111-112]
  • Foreign Policy James Bond and Global Health Diplomacy [Volume 4, Issue 12, 2015, Pages 831-834]
  • Foreign Policy The Global Health Policies of the EU and its Member States: A Common Vision? [Volume 7, Issue 5, 2018, Pages 433-442]
  • Formulary It’s Time to Finally Kill the Zombies; Comment on “Universal Pharmacare in Canada” [(Articles in Press)]
  • 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]
  • Forward-looking Infrastructure Current Status of Long-term Care in Taiwan: Transition of Long-term Care Plan From 1.0 to 2.0 [(Articles in Press)]
  • Fragile Universal Health Coverage in Fragile and Humanitarian Contexts [Volume 9, Issue 2, 2020, Pages 89-90]
  • Fragmentation Policy Options to Reduce Fragmentation in the Pooling of Health Insurance Funds in Iran [Volume 5, Issue 4, 2016, Pages 253-258]
  • Fragmentation of Services “Three Nooses on Our Head”: The Influence of District Health Reforms on Maternal Health Service Delivery in Vietnam [Volume 7, Issue 7, 2018, Pages 593-602]
  • Frail Adults Improving Care for the Frail in Nova Scotia: An Implementation Evaluation of a Frailty Portal in Primary Care Practice [Volume 8, Issue 2, 2019, Pages 112-123]
  • Frail Elderly Evaluating the Implementation and Feasibility of a Web-Based Tool to Support Timely Identification and Care for the Frail Population in Primary Healthcare Settings [Volume 6, Issue 7, 2017, Pages 377-382]
  • Frail Elderly Exploring a New Model of End-of-Life Care for Older People That Operates in the Space Between the Life World and the Healthcare System: A Qualitative Case Study [(Articles in Press)]
  • Framework From Linear to Complicated to Complex; Comment on “Using Complexity and Network Concepts to Inform Healthcare Knowledge Translation” [Volume 7, Issue 6, 2018, Pages 566-568]
  • Framework Convention Alliance Global Alcohol Harm Network: Struggling or Emerging? A Response to Shiffman [Volume 6, Issue 8, 2017, Pages 487-488]
  • Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (FCTC) Adopting New International Health Instruments – What Can We Learn From the FCTC?; Comment on “The Legal Strength of International Health Instruments - What It Brings to Global Health Governance?” [Volume 7, Issue 3, 2018, Pages 264-267]
  • Framing Politics, Power, Poverty and Global Health: Systems and Frames [Volume 5, Issue 10, 2016, Pages 599-604]
  • Framing Four Challenges That Global Health Networks Face [Volume 6, Issue 4, 2017, Pages 183-189]
  • Framing “Not Everything That Is Faced Can Be Changed, but Nothing Can Be Changed Until It Is Faced”: A Response to Recent Commentaries [Volume 6, Issue 7, 2017, Pages 423-425]
  • Framing Additional Insights Into Problem Definition and Positioning From Social Science; Comment on “Four Challenges That Global Health Networks Face” [Volume 7, Issue 4, 2018, Pages 362-364]
  • Framing The Global Health Policies of the EU and its Member States: A Common Vision? [Volume 7, Issue 5, 2018, Pages 433-442]
  • Framing Accelerating the Worldwide Adoption of Sugar-Sweetened Beverage Taxes: Strengthening Commitment and Capacity; Comment on “The Untapped Power of Soda Taxes: Incentivizing Consumers, Generating Revenue, and Altering Corporate Behavior” [Volume 7, Issue 5, 2018, Pages 474-478]
  • Framing Framing Bias in the Interpretation of Quality Improvement Data: Evidence From an Experiment [Volume 8, Issue 5, 2019, Pages 307-314]
  • 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]
  • France Sustainability of Long-term Care: Puzzling Tasks Ahead for Policy-Makers [Volume 6, Issue 4, 2017, Pages 195-205]
  • Fraud Improving Fraud and Abuse Detection in General Physician Claims: A Data Mining Study [Volume 5, Issue 3, 2016, Pages 165-172]
  • Free Delivery Policies Contribution of Nepal’s Free Delivery Care Policies in Improving Utilisation of Maternal Health Services [Volume 7, Issue 7, 2018, Pages 645-655]
  • Free Maternity Care Examining the Implementation of the Free Maternity Services Policy in Kenya: A Mixed Methods Process Evaluation [Volume 7, Issue 7, 2018, Pages 603-613]
  • Frequency Determining the Frequency of Defensive Medicine Among General Practitioners in Southeast Iran [Volume 2, Issue 3, 2014, Pages 119-123]
  • 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]
  • Functions and Activities Management Certainly Matters, and There Are Multiple Ways to Conceptualize the Process; Comment on “Management Matters: A Leverage Point for Health Systems Strengthening in Global Health” [Volume 4, Issue 11, 2015, Pages 777-780]
  • Funding Rhetoric and Reality in the English National Health Service; Comment on “Who Killed the English National Health Service?” [Volume 4, Issue 9, 2015, Pages 621-623]
  • Funding New Scope for Research in Traditional and Non-conventional Medicine; Comment on “Substitutes or Complements? Diagnosis and Treatment with Non-conventional and Conventional Medicine” [Volume 4, Issue 9, 2015, Pages 625-626]
  • Fungibility The Challenge of Additionality: The Impact of Central Grants for Primary Healthcare on State-Level Spending on Primary Healthcare in India [Volume 8, Issue 6, 2019, Pages 329-336]

G

  • Gaming Gaming New Zealand’s Emergency Department Target: How and Why Did It Vary Over Time and Between Organisations? [(Articles in Press)]
  • Gap Analysis The Quality Assessment of Family Physician Service in Rural Regions, Northeast of Iran in 2012 [Volume 2, Issue 3, 2014, Pages 137-142]
  • GAVI Evaluating Global Health Partnerships: A Case Study of a Gavi HPV Vaccine Application Process in Uganda [Volume 6, Issue 6, 2017, Pages 327-338]
  • GAVI The Impact of Conflict on Immunisation Coverage in 16 Countries [Volume 8, Issue 4, 2019, Pages 211-221]
  • 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]
  • Gender Differences An Instrumental Variable Probit (IVP) Analysis on Depressed Mood in Korea: The Impact of Gender Differences and Other Socio-Economic Factors [Volume 4, Issue 8, 2015, Pages 523-530]
  • Gender Equality Localization of Determinants of Fertility through Measurement Adaptations in Developing-Country Settings: The Case of Iran; Comment on “Analysis of Economic Determinants of Fertility in Iran: A Multilevel Approach” [Volume 3, Issue 7, 2014, Pages 413-415]
  • Gender Equality Handing the Microphone to Women: Changes in Gender Representation in Editorial Contributions Across Medical and Health Journals 2008-2018 [(Articles in Press)]
  • Gender Gap The Proportion of Female Physician Links With Advanced Educational Opportunity for Female and by Female [(Articles in Press)]
  • Gender Inequality The Pill vs. the Sword: Additional Considerations; Comment on “The Pill Is Mightier Than the Sword” [Volume 4, Issue 12, 2015, Pages 853-855]
  • Gender Inequality The Proportion of Female Physician Links With Advanced Educational Opportunity for Female and by Female [(Articles in Press)]
  • General Hospital Health System Responsiveness: A Case Study of General Hospitals in Iran [Volume 1, Issue 1, 2013, Pages 85-90]
  • General Hospital Study of Patients Absconding Behavior in a General Hospital at Southern Region of Iran [Volume 4, Issue 3, 2015, Pages 137-141]
  • Generalizability Lost in Translation: Piloting a Novel Framework to Assess the Challenges in Translating Scientific Uncertainty From Empirical Findings to WHO Policy Statements [Volume 6, Issue 11, 2017, Pages 649-660]
  • 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]
  • General Practitioner An Investigation of Prescription Indicators and Trends Among General Practitioners and Specialists From 2005 to 2015 in Kerman, Iran [Volume 7, Issue 9, 2018, Pages 818-827]
  • General Practitioners Determining the Frequency of Defensive Medicine Among General Practitioners in Southeast Iran [Volume 2, Issue 3, 2014, Pages 119-123]
  • Generic Medicines A Cost Analysis of the Jan Aushadhi Scheme in India [Volume 6, Issue 5, 2017, Pages 253-256]
  • Genetic Counseling Japan Turns Pro-Life: Recent Change in Reproductive Health Policy and Controversies over Prenatal Screening [Volume 2, Issue 2, 2014, Pages 61-63]
  • Geographic Information System (GIS) Measuring Access to Urban Health Services Using Geographical Information System (GIS): A Case Study of Health Service Management in Bandar Abbas, Iran [Volume 4, Issue 7, 2015, Pages 439-445]
  • Geographic Information System (GIS) Improving the Distribution of Rural Health Houses Using Elicitation and GIS in Khuzestan Province (the Southwest of Iran) [Volume 7, Issue 4, 2018, Pages 336-344]
  • Geriatric Dental Education Addressing Geriatric Oral Health Concerns through National Oral Health Policy in India [Volume 4, Issue 1, 2015, Pages 39-42]
  • German Health Policy Human Dignity as Leading Principle in Public Health Ethics: A Multi-Case Analysis of 21st Century German Health Policy Decisions [Volume 7, Issue 3, 2018, Pages 210-224]
  • Germany How the Spectre of Societal Homogeneity Undermines Equitable Healthcare for Refugees; Comment on “Defining and Acting on Global Health: The Case of Japan and the Refugee Crisis” [Volume 6, Issue 6, 2017, Pages 349-351]
  • Germany Integrating the Population Perspective into Health System Performance Assessment (IPHA): Study Protocol for a Cross-Sectional Study in Germany Linking Survey and Claims Data of Statutorily and Privately Insured [(Articles in Press)]
  • 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]
  • Ghana Stakeholders Perspectives on the Success Drivers in Ghana’s National Health Insurance Scheme – Identifying Policy Translation Issues [Volume 6, Issue 5, 2017, Pages 273-283]
  • Ghana Factors That Influence Enrolment and Retention in Ghana’ National Health Insurance Scheme [Volume 7, Issue 5, 2018, Pages 443-454]
  • Ghana Decentralisation and Management of Human Resource for Health in the Health System of Ghana: A Decision Space Analysis [Volume 8, Issue 1, 2019, Pages 28-39]
  • Gift Fetus, Fasting, and Festival: The Persistent Effects of In Utero Social Shocks [Volume 3, Issue 4, 2014, Pages 165-169]
  • 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 Current Models of Investor State Dispute Settlement Are Bad for Health: The European Union Could Offer an Alternative; Comment on “The Trans-Pacific Partnership: Is It Everything We Feared for Health?” [Volume 6, Issue 3, 2017, Pages 177-179]
  • Global Aging Aiming Higher: Advancing Public Social Insurance for Long-term Care to Meet the Global Aging Challenge; Comment on “Financing Long-term Care: Lessons From Japan” [(Articles in Press)]
  • Global Alcohol Policy Alliance (GAPA) Global Alcohol Harm Network: Struggling or Emerging? A Response to Shiffman [Volume 6, Issue 8, 2017, Pages 487-488]
  • Global Burden of Disease The Future of Disease Control Priorities; Comment on “Disease Control Priorities Third Edition Is Published: A Theory of Change Is Needed for Translating Evidence to Health Policy” [Volume 8, Issue 3, 2019, Pages 177-180]
  • Global Burden of Disease (GBD) Power in Global Health Agenda-Setting: The Role of Private Funding; Comment on “Knowledge, Moral Claims and the Exercise of Power in Global Health” [Volume 4, Issue 5, 2015, Pages 315-317]
  • Global Cities Needed: Global Collaboration for Comparative Research on Cities and Health [Volume 5, Issue 7, 2016, Pages 399-401]
  • Global Code Relevance and Effectiveness of the WHO Global Code Practice on the International Recruitment of Health Personnel – Ethical and Systems Perspectives [Volume 4, Issue 6, 2015, Pages 333-336]
  • 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 Fund (GF) How Should Global Fund Use Value-for-Money Information to Sustain its Investments in Graduating Countries? [Volume 6, Issue 9, 2017, Pages 529-533]
  • Global Governance It Will Take a Global Movement to Curb Corruption in Health Systems; Comment on “We Need to Talk About Corruption in Health Systems” [Volume 8, Issue 11, 2019, Pages 662-664]
  • Global Governance for The Trans-Pacific Partnership: Is It Everything We Feared for Health? [Volume 5, Issue 8, 2016, Pages 487-496]
  • Global Governance for Health The TPP Is Dead, Long Live the TPP? A Response to Recent Commentaries [Volume 6, Issue 4, 2017, Pages 245-247]
  • Global Governance of Health Global Health in the Anthropocene: Moving Beyond Resilience and Capitalism; Comment on “Health Promotion in an Age of Normative Equity and Rampant Inequality” [Volume 6, Issue 8, 2017, Pages 481-486]
  • Global Health A Grand Convergence in Mortality is Possible: Comment on Global Health 2035 [Volume 2, Issue 1, 2014, Pages 1-3]
  • Global Health Magic Mountains and Multi-disciplines in International Medical Mobilities; Comment on “Patient Mobility in the Global Marketplace: A Multidisciplinary Perspective” [Volume 3, Issue 1, 2014, Pages 51-52]
  • Global Health Global Health Politics: Neither Solidarity nor Policy; Comment on “Globalization and the Diffusion of Ideas: Why We Should Acknowledge the Roots of Mainstream Ideas in Global Health” [Volume 3, Issue 2, 2014, Pages 103-105]
  • Global Health Politics Matters: A Response to Recent Commentaries [Volume 3, Issue 3, 2014, Pages 157-158]
  • Global Health Essential Drugs Production in Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa (BRICS): Opportunities and Challenges [Volume 3, Issue 7, 2014, Pages 365-370]
  • Global Health Knowledge, Moral Claims and the Exercise of Power in Global Health [Volume 3, Issue 6, 2014, Pages 297-299]
  • Global Health Knowledge, Politics and Power in Global Health; Comment on “Knowledge, Moral Claims and the Exercise of Power in Global Health” [Volume 4, Issue 2, 2015, Pages 111-113]
  • Global Health Powerful Concepts in Global Health; Comment on “Knowledge, Moral Claims and the Exercise of Power in Global Health” [Volume 4, Issue 2, 2015, Pages 115-117]
  • Global Health Knowledge and Networks – Key Sources of Power in Global Health; Comment on “Knowledge, Moral Claims and the Exercise of Power in Global Health” [Volume 4, Issue 2, 2015, Pages 119-121]
  • Global Health Improving the World’s Health through the Post-2015 Development Agenda: Perspectives from Rwanda [Volume 4, Issue 4, 2015, Pages 203-205]
  • Global Health Power in Global Health Agenda-Setting: The Role of Private Funding; Comment on “Knowledge, Moral Claims and the Exercise of Power in Global Health” [Volume 4, Issue 5, 2015, Pages 315-317]
  • Global Health The Politics of Researching Global Health Politics; Comment on “Knowledge, Moral Claims and the Exercise of Power in Global Health” [Volume 4, Issue 5, 2015, Pages 311-314]
  • Global Health Untimely Applause Was a Distraction; Comment on “Shanghai Rising: Health Improvements as Measured by Avoidable Mortality since 2000” [Volume 4, Issue 6, 2015, Pages 403-405]
  • Global Health Management Matters: A Leverage Point for Health Systems Strengthening in Global Health [Volume 4, Issue 7, 2015, Pages 411-415]
  • Global Health Global Health as a Field of Power Relations: A Response to Recent Commentaries [Volume 4, Issue 7, 2015, Pages 497-499]
  • Global Health Navigating Between Stealth Advocacy and Unconscious Dogmatism: The Challenge of Researching the Norms, Politics and Power of Global Health [Volume 4, Issue 10, 2015, Pages 641-644]
  • Global Health Achieving a “Grand Convergence” in Global Health by 2035: Rwanda Shows the Way; Comment on “Improving the World’s Health Through the Post-2015 Development Agenda: Perspectives From Rwanda” [Volume 4, Issue 11, 2015, Pages 789-791]
  • Global Health James Bond and Global Health Diplomacy [Volume 4, Issue 12, 2015, Pages 831-834]
  • 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 Evaluating Global Health Partnerships: A Case Study of a Gavi HPV Vaccine Application Process in Uganda [Volume 6, Issue 6, 2017, Pages 327-338]
  • Global Health Forced Migration and Global Responsibility for Health; Comment on “Defining and Acting on Global Health: The Case of Japan and the Refugee Crisis” [Volume 6, Issue 7, 2017, Pages 415-418]
  • Global Health Critical Global Health: Responding to Poverty, Inequality and Climate Change; Comment on “Politics, Power, Poverty and Global Health: Systems and Frames” [Volume 6, Issue 9, 2017, Pages 539-541]
  • Global Health The Global Health Crisis of Solidarity: A Response to Recent Commentaries [Volume 6, Issue 6, 2017, Pages 357-358]
  • Global Health Innovative Use of the Law to Address Complex Global Health Problems; Comment on “The Legal Strength of International Health Instruments - What It Brings to Global Health Governance?” [Volume 6, Issue 12, 2017, Pages 727-728]
  • Global Health State Support: A Prerequisite for Global Health Network Effectiveness; Comment on “Four Challenges that Global Health Networks Face” [Volume 7, Issue 3, 2018, Pages 275-277]
  • Global Health The Global Health Policies of the EU and its Member States: A Common Vision? [Volume 7, Issue 5, 2018, Pages 433-442]
  • Global Health Human Rights Treaties Are an Important Part of the “International Health Instrumentariam”; Comment on “The Legal Strength of International Health Instruments - What It Brings to Global Health Governance?” [Volume 7, Issue 5, 2018, Pages 467-469]
  • Global Health Are We Asking All the Right Questions About Quality of Care in Low- and Middle-Income Countries? [Volume 7, Issue 10, 2018, Pages 971-972]
  • Global Health Aid Effectiveness in the Sustainable Development Goals Era; Comment on ““It’s About the Idea Hitting the Bull’s Eye”: How Aid Effectiveness Can Catalyse the Scale-up of Health Innovations” [Volume 8, Issue 3, 2019, Pages 184-186]
  • Global Health Towards Critical Analysis of the Political Determinants of Health; Comment on “How Neoliberalism Is Shaping the Supply of Unhealthy Commodities and What This Means for NCD Prevention” [Volume 9, Issue 3, 2020, Pages 121-123]
  • Global Health Corruption in Health Systems: The Conversation Has Started, Now Time to Continue it; Comment on “We Need to Talk About Corruption in Health Systems” [Volume 9, Issue 3, 2020, Pages 128-132]
  • Global Health Developing a Research Agenda for the Analysis of Product Supply: A Response to the Recent Commentaries [(Articles in Press)]
  • Global Health Diplomacy Global health diplomacy: a ‘Deus ex Machina’ for international development and relations; Comment on “A Ghost in the Machine? Politics in Global Health Policy” [Volume 3, Issue 2, 2014, Pages 111-112]
  • Global Health Diplomacy Global Health Diplomacy, National Integration, and Regional Development through the Monitoring and Evaluation of HIV/AIDS Programs in Papua New Guinea, Vanuatu, and Samoa [Volume 4, Issue 6, 2015, Pages 337-341]
  • Global Health Frames Framing Political Change: Can a Left Populism Disrupt the Rise of the Reactionary Right?; Comment on “Politics, Power, Poverty and Global Health: Systems and Frames” [Volume 6, Issue 9, 2017, Pages 547-549]
  • Global Health Framing Framing the Health Workforce Agenda Beyond Economic Growth [Volume 7, Issue 8, 2018, Pages 678-682]
  • Global Health Governance Global Health Politics: Neither Solidarity nor Policy; Comment on “Globalization and the Diffusion of Ideas: Why We Should Acknowledge the Roots of Mainstream Ideas in Global Health” [Volume 3, Issue 2, 2014, Pages 103-105]
  • Global Health Governance A Spanner in the Works? Anti-Politics in Global Health Policy; Comment on “A Ghost in the Machine? Politics in Global Health Policy” [Volume 3, Issue 3, 2014, Pages 151-153]
  • Global Health Governance Powerful Concepts in Global Health; Comment on “Knowledge, Moral Claims and the Exercise of Power in Global Health” [Volume 4, Issue 2, 2015, Pages 115-117]
  • Global Health Governance Revealing Power in Truth; Comment on “Knowledge, Moral Claims and the Exercise of Power in Global Health” [Volume 4, Issue 4, 2015, Pages 257-259]
  • Global Health Governance History, Structure and Agency in Global Health Governance; Comment on “Global Health Governance Challenges 2016 – Are We Ready?” [Volume 6, Issue 4, 2017, Pages 237-241]
  • Global Health Governance Agency, Structure and the Power of Global Health Networks [Volume 7, Issue 10, 2018, Pages 879-884]
  • Global Health Governance Opening the Policy Window to Mobilize Action Against Corruption in the Health Sector; Comment on “We Need to Talk About Corruption in Health Systems” [Volume 8, Issue 11, 2019, Pages 668-671]
  • Global Health Governance (GHG) Business as Usual: A Lack of Institutional Innovation in Global Health Governance; Comment on “Global Health Governance Challenges 2016 – Are We Ready?” [Volume 6, Issue 3, 2017, Pages 165-168]
  • Global Health Initiatives (GHIs) District Health Officer Perceptions of PEPFAR’s Influence on the Health System in Uganda, 2005-2011 [Volume 6, Issue 2, 2017, Pages 83-95]
  • Global Health Law Tapping the Power of Soda Taxes: A Call for Multidisciplinary Research and Broad-Based Advocacy Coalitions – A Response to the Recent Commentaries [Volume 7, Issue 7, 2018, Pages 674-676]
  • Global Health Networks Four Challenges That Global Health Networks Face [Volume 6, Issue 4, 2017, Pages 183-189]
  • Global Health Networks Global Alcohol Harm Network: Struggling or Emerging? A Response to Shiffman [Volume 6, Issue 8, 2017, Pages 487-488]
  • Global Health Networks Polycentrism in Global Health Governance Scholarship; Comment on “Four Challenges That Global Health Networks Face” [Volume 7, Issue 1, 2018, Pages 78-80]
  • Global Health Networks State Support: A Prerequisite for Global Health Network Effectiveness; Comment on “Four Challenges that Global Health Networks Face” [Volume 7, Issue 3, 2018, Pages 275-277]
  • Global Health Networks Additional Insights Into Problem Definition and Positioning From Social Science; Comment on “Four Challenges That Global Health Networks Face” [Volume 7, Issue 4, 2018, Pages 362-364]
  • Global Health Networks Agency, Structure and the Power of Global Health Networks [Volume 7, Issue 10, 2018, Pages 879-884]
  • Global Health Policy A Ghost in the Machine? Politics in Global Health Policy [Volume 3, Issue 1, 2014, Pages 1-4]
  • Global Health Policy A Spanner in the Works? Anti-Politics in Global Health Policy; Comment on “A Ghost in the Machine? Politics in Global Health Policy” [Volume 3, Issue 3, 2014, Pages 151-153]
  • Global Health Policy Power and Priorities: The Growing Pains of Global Health; Comment on “Knowledge, Moral Claims and the Exercise of Power in Global Health” [Volume 4, Issue 5, 2015, Pages 321-322]
  • Global Health Policy Your Call Could not be Completed as Dialled: Why Truth Does not Speak to Power In Global Health; Comment on “Knowledge, Moral Claims and the Exercise of Power in Global Health” [Volume 4, Issue 6, 2015, Pages 395-397]
  • Global Health Policy Rights Language in the Sustainable Development Agenda: Has Right to Health Discourse and Norms Shaped Health Goals? [Volume 4, Issue 12, 2015, Pages 799-804]
  • 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 Policy Agency, Structure and the Power of Global Health Networks [Volume 7, Issue 10, 2018, Pages 879-884]
  • Global Health Politics Revealing Power in Truth; Comment on “Knowledge, Moral Claims and the Exercise of Power in Global Health” [Volume 4, Issue 4, 2015, Pages 257-259]
  • Global Health Politics A New Gilded Age, and What It Means for Global Health; Comment on “Global Health Governance Challenges 2016 – Are We Ready?” [Volume 6, Issue 3, 2017, Pages 169-171]
  • 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]
  • Globalization Gold Medal for Finnish Health in All Policies Book [Volume 2, Issue 2, 2014, Pages 103-104]
  • Globalization Globalization and the Diffusion of Ideas: Why We Should Acknowledge the Roots of Mainstream Ideas in Global Health [Volume 3, Issue 1, 2014, Pages 7-9]
  • Globalization Business as Usual: A Lack of Institutional Innovation in Global Health Governance; Comment on “Global Health Governance Challenges 2016 – Are We Ready?” [Volume 6, Issue 3, 2017, Pages 165-168]
  • Globalization WHO FCTC as a Pioneering and Learning Instrument; Comment on “The Legal Strength of International Health Instruments - What It Brings to Global Health Governance?” [Volume 7, Issue 1, 2018, Pages 75-77]
  • Global Mental Health Multiculturalism and Compassion: Responding to Mental Health Needs Among Refugees and Asylum Seekers; Comment on “A Crisis of Humanitarianism: Refugees at the Gates of Europe” [Volume 8, Issue 12, 2019, Pages 734-736]
  • Global/Planetary Health Politics, Power, Poverty and Global Health: Systems and Frames [Volume 5, Issue 10, 2016, Pages 599-604]
  • Global/Planetary Health Thinking Out of the Box: A Green and Social Climate Fund; Comment on “Politics, Power, Poverty and Global Health: Systems and Frames” [Volume 6, Issue 9, 2017, Pages 535-538]
  • 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 Public Health The WHO Tobacco Convention: A New Dawn in the Implementation of International Health Instrument?; Comment on “The Legal Strength of International Health Instruments - What It Brings to Global Health Governance?” [Volume 7, Issue 2, 2018, Pages 189-191]
  • Global Social Support System Towards a Global Social Support System: A Response to the Recent Commentaries [Volume 5, Issue 5, 2016, Pages 345-346]
  • Global Surgery Global Surgery – Informing National Strategies for Scaling Up Surgery in Sub-Saharan Africa [Volume 7, Issue 6, 2018, Pages 481-484]
  • Global Surgery Local Research Catalyzes National Surgical Planning; Comment on “Global Surgery – Informing National Strategies for Scaling Up Surgery in Sub-Saharan Africa” [Volume 7, Issue 11, 2018, Pages 1058-1060]
  • Global Surgery Progress in Global Surgery; Comment on “Global Surgery – Informing National Strategies for Scaling Up Surgery in Sub-Saharan Africa” [Volume 7, Issue 11, 2018, Pages 1056-1057]
  • Global Surgery Global Surgery – Redirecting Strategies for a Global Research Agenda; Comment on “Global Surgery – Informing National Strategies for Scaling Up Surgery in Sub-Saharan Africa” [Volume 7, Issue 11, 2018, Pages 1064-1066]
  • Global Surgery Global Surgery Priorities: A Response to Recent Commentaries [Volume 8, Issue 6, 2019, Pages 381-383]
  • Global Surgery Decentralization and Regionalization of Surgical Care: A Review of Evidence for the Optimal Distribution of Surgical Services in Low- and Middle-Income Countries [Volume 8, Issue 9, 2019, Pages 521-537]
  • Global Warming Climate Change and Telemedicine: A Prospective View [(Articles in Press)]
  • Glycosylated Hemoglobin (HbA1c) Inadequate Control of Diabetes and Metabolic Indices among Diabetic Patients: A Population Based Study from the Kerman Coronary Artery Disease Risk Study (KERCADRS) [Volume 4, Issue 5, 2015, Pages 271-277]
  • 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 A Network Based Theory of Health Systems and Cycles of Well-being [Volume 1, Issue 1, 2013, Pages 7-15]
  • Governance The Governance of Health Systems; Comment on “A Network Based Theory of Health Systems and Cycles of Well-Being” [Volume 1, Issue 2, 2013, Pages 177-179]
  • Governance Governance of HIV/AIDS: Implications for Health Sector Response [Volume 2, Issue 1, 2014, Pages 39-44]
  • Governance Core Attributes of Stewardship; Foundation of Sound Health System [Volume 3, Issue 1, 2014, Pages 5-6]
  • 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]
  • Governance Governance Must Dive Into Organizations to Make a Real Difference; Comment on “Governance, Government, and the Search for New Provider Models” [Volume 6, Issue 1, 2017, Pages 49-51]
  • Governance Health Technology Assessment: Global Advocacy and Local Realities; Comment on “Priority Setting for Universal Health Coverage: We Need Evidence-Informed Deliberative Processes, Not Just More Evidence on Cost-Effectiveness” [Volume 6, Issue 4, 2017, Pages 233-236]
  • Governance The Trans-Pacific Partnership: Should We “Fear the Fear”?; Comment on “The Trans-Pacific Partnership: Is It Everything We Feared for Health?” [Volume 6, Issue 6, 2017, Pages 353-355]
  • Governance Four Challenges That Global Health Networks Face [Volume 6, Issue 4, 2017, Pages 183-189]
  • Governance Governance and Capacity to Manage Resilience of Health Systems: Towards a New Conceptual Framework [Volume 6, Issue 8, 2017, Pages 431-435]
  • Governance Governing Collaborative Healthcare Improvement: Lessons From an Atlantic Canadian Case [Volume 6, Issue 12, 2017, Pages 691-694]
  • Governance Innovative Use of the Law to Address Complex Global Health Problems; Comment on “The Legal Strength of International Health Instruments - What It Brings to Global Health Governance?” [Volume 6, Issue 12, 2017, Pages 727-728]
  • Governance Polycentrism in Global Health Governance Scholarship; Comment on “Four Challenges That Global Health Networks Face” [Volume 7, Issue 1, 2018, Pages 78-80]
  • Governance Challenges Facing Global Health Networks: The NCD Alliance Experience; Comment on “Four Challenges that Global Health Networks Face” [Volume 7, Issue 3, 2018, Pages 282-285]
  • Governance Fostering the Catalyst Role of Government in Advancing Healthy Food Environments [Volume 7, Issue 6, 2018, Pages 485-490]
  • Governance Are We Asking All the Right Questions About Quality of Care in Low- and Middle-Income Countries? [Volume 7, Issue 10, 2018, Pages 971-972]
  • Governance Intersectoral Planning for Public Health: Dilemmas and Challenges [Volume 7, Issue 11, 2018, Pages 982-992]
  • Governance The Governance of National Community Health Worker Programmes in Low- and Middle-Income Countries: An Empirically Based Framework of Governance Principles, Purposes and Tasks [Volume 8, Issue 1, 2019, Pages 18-27]
  • Governance We Need to Talk About Corruption in Health Systems [Volume 8, Issue 4, 2019, Pages 191-194]
  • Governance Political and Governance Challenges to Achieving Global HIV Goals with Injecting Drug Users: The Case of Pakistan [Volume 8, Issue 5, 2019, Pages 261-271]
  • Governance Social Accountability in Maternal Health Services in the Far-Western Development Region in Nepal: An Exploratory Study [Volume 8, Issue 5, 2019, Pages 280-291]
  • Governance Some Things Are Rarely Discussed in Public – on the Discourse of Corruption in Healthcare; Comment on “We Need to Talk About Corruption in Health Systems” [Volume 8, Issue 9, 2019, Pages 560-562]
  • Governance How Neoliberalism Is Shaping the Supply of Unhealthy Commodities and What This Means for NCD Prevention [Volume 8, Issue 9, 2019, Pages 514-520]
  • Governance Towards Critical Analysis of the Political Determinants of Health; Comment on “How Neoliberalism Is Shaping the Supply of Unhealthy Commodities and What This Means for NCD Prevention” [Volume 9, Issue 3, 2020, Pages 121-123]
  • Governance Next Steps for Elevating Health on Trade and Investment Policy Agendas; Comment on “How Neoliberalism Is Shaping the Supply of Unhealthy Commodities and What This Means for NCD Prevention” [(Articles in Press)]
  • Governance Beyond Talking: We Need Effective Measures to Tackle Systemic Corruption and the Power That Allows It to Persist in Health Systems; A Response to Recent Commentaries [(Articles in Press)]
  • Governance and Healthcare We Need to Measure and Address Corruption and Poor Governance in Health Systems; Comment on “We Need to Talk About Corruption in Health Systems” [Volume 8, Issue 10, 2019, Pages 616-619]
  • Governance for Health Current Models of Investor State Dispute Settlement Are Bad for Health: The European Union Could Offer an Alternative; Comment on “The Trans-Pacific Partnership: Is It Everything We Feared for Health?” [Volume 6, Issue 3, 2017, Pages 177-179]
  • Governance Framework Assessment of Public Hospital Governance in Romania: Lessons From 10 Case Studies [Volume 8, Issue 4, 2019, Pages 199-210]
  • Governing Board Evaluation of Board Performance in Iran’s Universities of Medical Sciences [Volume 3, Issue 5, 2014, Pages 235-241]
  • Government Fostering the Catalyst Role of Government in Advancing Healthy Food Environments [Volume 7, Issue 6, 2018, Pages 485-490]
  • Government Healthcare How Should Global Fund Use Value-for-Money Information to Sustain its Investments in Graduating Countries? [Volume 6, Issue 9, 2017, Pages 529-533]
  • Government Regulation Is It Time to Say Farewell to the ISDS System?; Comment on “The Trans-Pacific Partnership: Is It Everything We Feared for Health?” [Volume 6, Issue 5, 2017, Pages 289-291]
  • 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]
  • Grand Convergence Achieving a “Grand Convergence” in Global Health by 2035: Rwanda Shows the Way; Comment on “Improving the World’s Health Through the Post-2015 Development Agenda: Perspectives From Rwanda” [Volume 4, Issue 11, 2015, Pages 789-791]
  • 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]
  • Greece Introducing Care Ethics into Humanitarianism; Comment on “A Crisis of Humanitarianism: Refugees at the Gates of Europe” [(Articles in Press)]
  • Greenhouse Gas Thinking Out of the Box: A Green and Social Climate Fund; Comment on “Politics, Power, Poverty and Global Health: Systems and Frames” [Volume 6, Issue 9, 2017, Pages 535-538]
  • GSRU The National Surgical, Obstetric, and Anesthesia Plan (NSOAP): Recognition and Definition of an Empirically Evolving Global Surgery Systems Science; Comment on “Global Surgery – Informing National Strategies for Scaling Up Surgery in Sub-Saharan Africa” [Volume 7, Issue 12, 2018, Pages 1151-1154]
  • Guidance Use of Evidence-informed Deliberative Processes by Health Technology Assessment Agencies Around The Globe [Volume 9, Issue 1, 2020, Pages 27-33]
  • Guidance HTA Agencies Need Evidence-Informed Deliberative Processes; Comment on “Use of Evidence-Informed Deliberative Processes by Health Technology Assessment Agencies Around the Globe” [(Articles in Press)]
  • Guideline Development “It’s Not Smooth Sailing”: Bridging the Gap Between Methods and Content Expertise in Public Health Guideline Development [(Articles in Press)]
  • Guidelines The Search for Underlying Principles of Health Impact Assessment: Progress and Prospects; Comment on “Investigating Underlying Principles to Guide Health Impact Assessment” [Volume 3, Issue 2, 2014, Pages 107-109]
  • Guidelines Needs and Availability of Snake Antivenoms: Relevance and Application of International Guidelines [Volume 4, Issue 7, 2015, Pages 447-457]
  • Guidelines Providers and Patients Caught Between Standardization and Individualization: Individualized Standardization as a Solution; Comment on “(Re) Making the Procrustean Bed? Standardization and Customization as Competing Logics in Healthcare” [Volume 7, Issue 4, 2018, Pages 349-352]
  • Guidelines “It’s Not Smooth Sailing”: Bridging the Gap Between Methods and Content Expertise in Public Health Guideline Development [(Articles in Press)]
  • Guinea The Response to and Impact of the Ebola Epidemic: Towards an Agenda for Interdisciplinary Research [Volume 7, Issue 5, 2018, Pages 402-411]

H

  • H1N1 Public Health Policy and Experience of the 2009 H1N1 Influenza Pandemic in Pune, India [Volume 7, Issue 2, 2018, Pages 154-166]
  • Harm Reduction Methadone Maintenance Treatment Program in Prisons from the Perspective of Medical and non-Medical Prison Staff: A Qualitative Study in Iran [Volume 4, Issue 9, 2015, Pages 583-589]
  • HCV The Urgency to Mitigate the Spread of Hepatitis C in Pakistan Through Blood Transfusion Reform [Volume 7, Issue 3, 2018, Pages 207-209]
  • Healing Medicine and the Task of Healing [Volume 1, Issue 2, 2013, Pages 115-116]
  • Health Avicenna’s Educational Views with Emphasis on the Education of Hygiene and Wellness [Volume 1, Issue 3, 2013, Pages 201-205]
  • Health Deadly Professions: Violent Attacks Against Aid-Workers and the Health Implications for Local Populations [Volume 2, Issue 2, 2014, Pages 65-67]
  • Health On the Cost of Shame; Comment on “Nudging by Shaming, Shaming by Nudging” [Volume 3, Issue 7, 2014, Pages 409-411]
  • Health Social Responsibility of the Hospitals in Isfahan City, Iran: Results from a Cross-Sectional Survey [Volume 4, Issue 8, 2015, Pages 517-522]
  • 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]
  • Health Assessing the Health Impact of Trade: A Call for an Expanded Research Agenda; Comment on “The Trans-Pacific Partnership: Is It Everything We Feared for Health?” [Volume 6, Issue 5, 2017, Pages 293-294]
  • Health Advancing Public Health on the Changing Global Trade and Investment Agenda; Comment on “The Trans-Pacific Partnership: Is It Everything We Feared for Health?” [Volume 6, Issue 5, 2017, Pages 295-298]
  • Health Including Health in Environmental Assessments of Major Transport Infrastructure Projects: A Documentary Analysis [Volume 7, Issue 2, 2018, Pages 144-153]
  • Health Multisectoral Actions for Health: Challenges and Opportunities in Complex Policy Environments [Volume 6, Issue 7, 2017, Pages 359-363]
  • Health Inclusion of Health in Environmental Impact Assessment of Major Transport Infrastructure Projects in Vietnam [Volume 7, Issue 9, 2018, Pages 828-835]
  • Health Researching Healthy Public Policy: Navigating the ‘Black Box’ Means Thinking More About Power; Comment on “Developing a Framework for a Program Theory-Based Approach to Evaluating Policy Processes and Outcomes: Health in All Policies in South Australia” [Volume 7, Issue 9, 2018, Pages 874-876]
  • Health The Key Role of Non-governmental Organizations (NGOs) Activities in Viral Hepatitis Elimination Programs [Volume 8, Issue 3, 2019, Pages 189-190]
  • Health-Adjusted Life Expectancy (HALE) What Really Matters: Living Longer or Living Healthier; Comment on “Shanghai Rising: Health Improvements as Measured by Avoidable Mortality Since 2000” [Volume 4, Issue 7, 2015, Pages 487-489]
  • Health and Social Care (HSC) Act 2012 Morality and Values in Support of Universal Healthcare Must be Enshrined in Law; Comment on “Morality and Markets in the NHS” [Volume 4, Issue 6, 2015, Pages 399-402]
  • Health and Wellness Promotion Financial Incentives: Only One Piece of the Workplace Wellness Puzzle; Comment on “Corporate Wellness Programs: Implementation Challenges in the Modern American Workplace” [Volume 1, Issue 4, 2013, Pages 311-312]
  • Health and Wellness Promotion Wellness Programs and Means of Getting Employees to Stay Healthy: A Response to Kristin Van Busum and Soeren Mattke [Volume 2, Issue 1, 2014, Pages 47-48]
  • Health Attainment Is Provision of Healthcare Sufficient to Ensure Better Access? An Exploration of the Scope for Public-Private Partnership in India [Volume 4, Issue 7, 2015, Pages 467-474]
  • Health Behavior Factors Associated With Unhealthy Snacks Consumption Among Adolescents in Iran’s Schools [Volume 6, Issue 9, 2017, Pages 519-528]
  • Health Benefit Measure Measuring the Benefits of Healthcare: DALYs and QALYs – Does the Choice of Measure Matter? A Case Study of Two Preventive Interventions [Volume 7, Issue 2, 2018, Pages 120-136]
  • Health Benefit Package Defining the Benefit Package of Thailand Universal Coverage Scheme: From Pragmatism to Sophistication [(Articles in Press)]
  • Health Burden The Devil Is in the Details! On Regulating Cannabis Use in Canada Based on Public Health Criteria; Comment on “Legalizing and Regulating Marijuana in Canada: Review of Potential Economic, Social, and Health Impacts” [Volume 6, Issue 3, 2017, Pages 173-176]
  • Healthcare Responsibilising Managers and Clinicians, Neglecting System Health? What Kind of Healthcare Leadership Development Do We Want?; Comment on “Leadership and Leadership Development in Healthcare Settings - A Simplistic Solution to Complex Problems?” [Volume 4, Issue 1, 2015, Pages 43-44]
  • Healthcare Lonely at the Top and Stuck in the Middle? The Ongoing Challenge of Using Cost-Effectiveness Information in Priority Setting; Comment on “Use of Cost-Effectiveness Data in Priority Setting Decisions: Experiences from the National Guidelines for Heart Diseases in Sweden” [Volume 4, Issue 3, 2015, Pages 185-187]
  • Healthcare Healthcare and Compassion: Towards an Awareness of Intersubjective Vulnerability; Comment on “Why and How Is Compassion Necessary to Provide Good Quality Healthcare?” [Volume 4, Issue 9, 2015, Pages 627-629]
  • Healthcare Is It Possible to Develop a Compassionate Organization?; Comment on “Why and How Is Compassion Necessary to Provide Good Quality Healthcare?” [Volume 4, Issue 11, 2015, Pages 769-770]
  • Healthcare Necessary but Not Sufficient…; Comment on “Knowledge Mobilization in Healthcare Organizations: A View From the Resource-Based View of the Firm” [Volume 4, Issue 12, 2015, Pages 865-868]
  • Healthcare What Money Cannot Buy? Compassion in Healthcare: A Response to the Recent Commentaries [Volume 4, Issue 12, 2015, Pages 873-874]
  • 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 Personalisation - An Emergent Institutional Logic in Healthcare?; Comment on “(Re) Making the Procrustean Bed? Standardization and Customization as Competing Logics in Healthcare” [Volume 7, Issue 1, 2018, Pages 92-95]
  • Healthcare It Takes Two to Tango: Customization and Standardization as Colluding Logics in Healthcare; Comment on “(Re) Making the Procrustean Bed Standardization and Customization as Competing Logics in Healthcare” [Volume 7, Issue 2, 2018, Pages 183-185]
  • Healthcare Competing Logics and Healthcare; Comment on “(Re) Making the Procrustean Bed? Standardization and Customization as Competing Logics in Healthcare” [Volume 7, Issue 4, 2018, Pages 359-361]
  • Healthcare The Urgency to Mitigate the Spread of Hepatitis C in Pakistan Through Blood Transfusion Reform [Volume 7, Issue 3, 2018, Pages 207-209]
  • Healthcare Applying KT Network Complexity to a Highly-Partnered Knowledge Transfer Effort; Comment on “Using Complexity and Network Concepts to Inform Healthcare Knowledge Translation” [Volume 7, Issue 6, 2018, Pages 560-562]
  • Healthcare BRIC Health Systems and Big Pharma: A Challenge for Health Policy and Management [Volume 7, Issue 3, 2018, Pages 201-206]
  • Healthcare Complex Leadership in Healthcare: A Scoping Review [Volume 7, Issue 12, 2018, Pages 1073-1084]
  • Healthcare What’s Needed to Develop Strategic Purchasing in Healthcare? Policy Lessons from a Realist Review [Volume 8, Issue 1, 2019, Pages 4-17]
  • Healthcare Understanding Health Professional Responses to Service Disinvestment: A Qualitative Study [Volume 8, Issue 7, 2019, Pages 403-411]
  • Healthcare A Crisis of Humanitarianism: Refugees at the Gates of Europe [Volume 8, Issue 6, 2019, Pages 321-324]
  • Healthcare Some Things Are Rarely Discussed in Public – on the Discourse of Corruption in Healthcare; Comment on “We Need to Talk About Corruption in Health Systems” [Volume 8, Issue 9, 2019, Pages 560-562]
  • Healthcare It Will Take a Global Movement to Curb Corruption in Health Systems; Comment on “We Need to Talk About Corruption in Health Systems” [Volume 8, Issue 11, 2019, Pages 662-664]
  • Healthcare We Need to Measure and Address Corruption and Poor Governance in Health Systems; Comment on “We Need to Talk About Corruption in Health Systems” [Volume 8, Issue 10, 2019, Pages 616-619]
  • Healthcare Inside the Black Box: Organisational Buying Behaviour and Strategic Purchasing in Healthcare: A Response to Recent Commentary [Volume 8, Issue 11, 2019, Pages 675-677]
  • Healthcare Why We Must Talk About Institutional Corruption to Understand Wrongdoing in the Health Sector; Comment on “We Need to Talk About Corruption in Health Systems” [(Articles in Press)]
  • Health care Potential Benefits and Downsides of External Healthcare Performance Evaluation Systems: Real-Life Perspectives on Iranian Hospital Evaluation and Accreditation Program [Volume 3, Issue 4, 2014, Pages 191-198]
  • Health care Informal Patient Payments and Bought and Brought Goods in the Western Balkans – A Scoping Review [Volume 6, Issue 11, 2017, Pages 621-637]
  • Healthcare Access Community Health Worker Programs to Improve Healthcare Access and Equity: Are They Only Relevant to Low- and Middle-Income Countries? [Volume 7, Issue 10, 2018, Pages 943-954]
  • Healthcare Administration A New Synthesis [Volume 2, Issue 2, 2014, Pages 55-57]
  • Healthcare-Associated Infection (HAI) Eliminating Healthcare-Associated Infections in Iran: A Qualitative Study to Explore Stakeholders’ Views [Volume 7, Issue 1, 2018, Pages 27-34]
  • Healthcare Challenges The Chinese Healthcare Challenge; Comment on “Shanghai Rising: Avoidable Mortality as Measured by Avoidable Mortality since 2000” [Volume 4, Issue 3, 2015, Pages 195-197]
  • Healthcare Corruption We Need to Measure and Address Corruption and Poor Governance in Health Systems; Comment on “We Need to Talk About Corruption in Health Systems” [Volume 8, Issue 10, 2019, Pages 616-619]
  • Healthcare Costs and Benefits Prevention under the Affordable Care Act (ACA): Has the ACA Overpromised and under Delivered?; Comment on “Interrelation of Preventive Care Benefits and Shared Costs under the Affordable Care Act (ACA)” [Volume 3, Issue 3, 2014, Pages 155-156]
  • Healthcare Decision-Making Contextual Factors Influencing Cost and Quality Decisions in Health and Care: A Structured Evidence Review and Narrative Synthesis [Volume 7, Issue 8, 2018, Pages 683-695]
  • Healthcare Decision-Making On Fundamental Premises for Addressing “Context” and “Contextual Factors” Influencing Value Decisions in Healthcare; Comment on “Contextual Factors Influencing Cost and Quality Decisions in Health and Care: A Structured Evidence Review and Narrative Synthesis” [Volume 7, Issue 10, 2018, Pages 958-960]
  • Healthcare Decision-Making Understanding Contextual Factors in Cost, Quality and Priority Setting Decisions in Health; Comment on “Contextual Factors Influencing Cost and Quality Decisions in Health and Care: A Structured Evidence Review and Narrative Synthesis” [Volume 7, Issue 12, 2018, Pages 1145-1147]
  • Healthcare Decision-Making Influencing Decisions of Value in Health: A Response to Recent Commentaries [Volume 8, Issue 3, 2019, Pages 187-188]
  • Healthcare Decision-Making Around the Tables – Contextual Factors in Healthcare Coverage Decisions Across Western Europe [(Articles in Press)]
  • Healthcare Delivery Toward Customized Care; Comment on “(Re) Making the Procrustean Bed? Standardization and Customization as Competing Logics in Healthcare” [Volume 7, Issue 3, 2018, Pages 272-274]
  • Healthcare Exchanges Does the Accountable Care Act Aim to Promote Quality, Health, and Control Costs or Has It Missed the Mark? ;Comment on “Health System Reform in the United States” [Volume 2, Issue 2, 2014, Pages 97-99]
  • Healthcare Expenditure Health Literacy Impact on National Healthcare Utilization and Expenditure [Volume 4, Issue 11, 2015, Pages 747-755]
  • 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 Facilities Forecast of Healthcare Facilities and Health Workforce Requirements for the Public Sector in Ghana, 2016–2026 [Volume 7, Issue 11, 2018, Pages 1040-1052]
  • Healthcare, Fee-for-service (FFS) Healthcare Reimbursement and Quality Improvement: Integration Using the Electronic Medical Record; Comment on “Fee-for-service Payment - an Evil Practice That Must Be Stamped Out?” [Volume 4, Issue 8, 2015, Pages 549-551]
  • Healthcare Financing Accelerated Reforms in Healthcare Financing: The Need to Scale up Private Sector Participation in Nigeria [Volume 2, Issue 1, 2014, Pages 13-19]
  • Healthcare Financing Ageing in Asia: Beyond the Astana Declaration Towards Financing Long-term Care for All; Comment on “Financing Long-term Care: Lessons From Japan” [(Articles in Press)]
  • Healthcare Improvement Governing Collaborative Healthcare Improvement: Lessons From an Atlantic Canadian Case [Volume 6, Issue 12, 2017, Pages 691-694]
  • Healthcare Information Systems Empirical Study of Nova Scotia Nurses’ Adoption of Healthcare Information Systems: Implications for Management and Policy-Making [Volume 7, Issue 4, 2018, Pages 317-327]
  • Healthcare Justice Healthcare Priority-Setting: Chat-Ting Is Not Enough; Comment on “Swiss-CHAT: Citizens Discuss Priorities for Swiss Health Insurance Coverage” [Volume 7, Issue 10, 2018, Pages 961-963]
  • Healthcare Management Professionalizing Healthcare Management: A Descriptive Case Study [Volume 6, Issue 10, 2017, Pages 555-560]
  • Healthcare Organisational Improvement The Embedded Health Management Academic: A Boundary Spanning Role for Enabling Knowledge Translation; Comment on “CIHR Health System Impact Fellows: Reflections on ‘Driving Change’ Within the Health System” [(Articles in Press)]
  • Healthcare Organisations Verification of a Quality Management Theory: Using a Delphi Study [Volume 1, Issue 4, 2013, Pages 261-271]
  • Healthcare Organisations Factors Influencing Healthcare Service Quality [Volume 3, Issue 2, 2014, Pages 77-89]
  • Healthcare Organisations Why and How Is Compassion Necessary to Provide Good Quality Healthcare? [Volume 4, Issue 4, 2015, Pages 199-201]
  • 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 Resource Based View: A Promising New Theory for Healthcare Organizations; Comment on “Resource Based View of the Firm as a Theoretical Lens on the Organisational Consequences of Quality Improvement” [Volume 3, Issue 6, 2014, Pages 347-348]
  • Healthcare Organizations Knowledge Mobilization in Healthcare Organizations: A View from the Resource-Based View of the Firm [Volume 4, Issue 3, 2015, Pages 127-130]
  • Healthcare Organizations Cultures of Silence and Cultures of Voice: The Role of Whistleblowing in Healthcare Organisations [Volume 4, Issue 8, 2015, Pages 503-505]
  • 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 Organizations Development and Content Validation of a Transcultural Instrument to Assess Organizational Readiness for Knowledge Translation in Healthcare Organizations: The OR4KT [Volume 7, Issue 9, 2018, Pages 791-797]
  • Healthcare Provider Preferred Primary Healthcare Provider Choice Among Insured Persons in Ashanti Region, Ghana [Volume 5, Issue 3, 2016, Pages 155-163]
  • Healthcare Providers HIV-Related Stigma Among Healthcare Providers in Different Healthcare Settings: A Cross-Sectional Study in Kerman, Iran [(Articles in Press)]
  • Healthcare Quality Patient Safety and Healthcare Quality: The Case for Language Access [Volume 1, Issue 4, 2013, Pages 251-253]
  • Healthcare Quality Enabling Compassionate Health Care: Perils, Prospects and Perspectives [Volume 2, Issue 3, 2014, Pages 115-117]
  • Healthcare Quality Toward More Compassionate Healthcare Systems; Comment on “Enabling Compassionate Healthcare: Perils, Prospects and Perspectives” [Volume 2, Issue 4, 2014, Pages 199-200]
  • Healthcare Quality Predictors of Language Service Availability in U.S. Hospitals [Volume 3, Issue 5, 2014, Pages 259-268]
  • Healthcare Quality Improvement Clinician Perspectives of Barriers to Effective Implementation of a Rapid Response System in an Academic Health Centre: A Focus Group Study [Volume 6, Issue 8, 2017, Pages 447-456]
  • Healthcare Rationing Setting Healthcare Priorities at the Macro and Meso Levels: A Framework for Evaluation [Volume 4, Issue 11, 2015, Pages 719-732]
  • Healthcare Rationing The No-Destination Ship of Priority-Setting in Healthcare: A Call for More Democracy [Volume 7, Issue 4, 2018, Pages 345-348]
  • Healthcare Rationing Tradeoff Negotiation: The Importance of Getting in the Game; Comment on “Swiss-CHAT: Citizens Discuss Priorities for Swiss Health Insurance Coverage” [Volume 7, Issue 12, 2018, Pages 1148-1150]
  • Healthcare Reform Globalization and Medical Tourism: The North American Experience; Comment on “Patient Mobility in the Global Marketplace: A Multidisciplinary Perspective” [Volume 3, Issue 1, 2014, Pages 47-49]
  • Healthcare Reform A Single Competency-Based Education and Training and Competency-Based Career Framework for the Australian Health Workforce: Discussing the Potential Value Add [Volume 3, Issue 4, 2014, Pages 215-221]
  • Healthcare Reform Health Sector Evolution Plan in Iran; Equity and Sustainability Concerns [Volume 4, Issue 10, 2015, Pages 637-640]
  • 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 Reform Governance Must Dive Into Organizations to Make a Real Difference; Comment on “Governance, Government, and the Search for New Provider Models” [Volume 6, Issue 1, 2017, Pages 49-51]
  • Healthcare Reform Sustainability of Long-term Care: Puzzling Tasks Ahead for Policy-Makers [Volume 6, Issue 4, 2017, Pages 195-205]
  • Healthcare Reform Peruvian Mental Health Reform: A Framework for Scaling-up Mental Health Services [Volume 6, Issue 9, 2017, Pages 501-508]
  • Healthcare Reform “They Are After Quantity, Not Quality”: Health Providers’ Perceptions of Fee Exemption Policies in Morocco [Volume 7, Issue 12, 2018, Pages 1110-1119]
  • Healthcare Sector Norwegian Priority Setting in Practice – an Analysis of Waiting Time Patterns Across Medical Disciplines [Volume 5, Issue 6, 2016, Pages 373-378]
  • Healthcare Services The Challenges of a Complex and Innovative Telehealth Project: A Qualitative Evaluation of the Eastern Quebec Telepathology Network [Volume 7, Issue 5, 2018, Pages 421-432]