Keyword Index

A

  • Aboriginal Organisations First Nations Peoples’ Participation in the Development of Population-Wide Food and Nutrition Policy in Australia: A Political Economy and Cultural Safety Analysis [Volume 10, Special Issue on Political Economy of Food Systems, 2021, Pages 871-885]
  • Acceptability Acceptability of a Prime Vendor System in Public Healthcare Facilities in Tanzania [Volume 10, Issue 10, 2021, Pages 625-637]
  • Accountability Challenges to Establish Effective Public-Private Partnerships to Address Malnutrition in All Its Forms [Volume 10, Special Issue on Political Economy of Food Systems, 2021, Pages 934-945]
  • 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” [Volume 10, Issue 3, 2021, Pages 158-161]
  • Actor-Centric Analysis Introduction to the Special Issue on “Analysing the Politics of Health Policy Change in Low- and Middle-Income Countries: The HPA Fellowship Programme 2017-2019” [Volume 10, Special Issue on Analysing the Politics of Health Policy Change in LMICs, 2021, Pages 360-363]
  • Actor Interface Analysis Application of “Actor Interface Analysis” to Examine Practices of Power in Health Policy Implementation: An Interpretive Synthesis and Guiding Steps [Volume 10, Special Issue on Analysing the Politics of Health Policy Change in LMICs, 2021, Pages 430-442]
  • Actors Policy Adoption and the Implementation Woes of the Intersectoral First 1000 Days of Childhood Initiative, In the Western Cape Province of South Africa [Volume 10, Special Issue on Analysing the Politics of Health Policy Change in LMICs, 2021, Pages 364-375]
  • Administrative Health Data Determinants Associated With the Risk of Emergency Department Visits Among Patients Receiving Integrated Home Care Services: A 6-Year Retrospective Observational Study in a Large Italian Region [Volume 10, Issue 10, 2021, Pages 605-612]
  • Advocacy Ultra-Processed Profits: The Political Economy of Countering the Global Spread of Ultra-Processed Foods – A Synthesis Review on the Market and Political Practices of Transnational Food Corporations and Strategic Public Health Responses [Volume 10, Special Issue on Political Economy of Food Systems, 2021, Pages 968-982]
  • Africa Policy Action Within Urban African Food Systems to Promote Healthy Food Consumption: A Realist Synthesis in Ghana and Kenya [Volume 10, Special Issue on Political Economy of Food Systems, 2021, Pages 828-844]
  • Agency Redressing the Corporate Cultivation of Consumption: Releasing the Weapons of the Structurally Weak [Volume 10, Special Issue on Political Economy of Food Systems, 2021, Pages 784-792]
  • Agency Consucrats Have Agency: What Next for the Profecrat? Comment on “The Rise of the Consucrat” [Volume 10, Issue 8, 2021, Pages 507-510]
  • Agenda-Setting What Generates Attention to Health in Trade PolicyMaking? Lessons From Success in Tobacco Control and Access to Medicines: A Qualitative Study of Australia and the (Comprehensive and Progressive) Trans-Pacific Partnership [Volume 10, Issue 10, 2021, Pages 613-624]
  • Agriculture Can Labelling Create Transformative Food System Change for Human and Planetary Health? A Case Study of Meat [Volume 10, Special Issue on Political Economy of Food Systems, 2021, Pages 923-933]
  • Air Pollution Climate Change and Telemedicine: A Prospective View [Volume 10, Issue 1, 2021, Pages 45-46]
  • Albendazole A Cross-sectional Analysis of Facebook Comments to Study Public Perception of the Mass Drug Administration Program in the Philippines [Volume 10, Issue 5, 2021, Pages 266-272]
  • Animal Can Labelling Create Transformative Food System Change for Human and Planetary Health? A Case Study of Meat [Volume 10, Special Issue on Political Economy of Food Systems, 2021, Pages 923-933]
  • Anthropocene Universal Access to Healthcare: The Case of South Africa in the Comparative Global Context of the Late Anthropocene Era [Volume 10, Issue 2, 2021, Pages 49-54]
  • Assessment Tool Fostering Responsible Innovation in Health: An EvidenceInformed Assessment Tool for Innovation Stakeholders [Volume 10, Issue 4, 2021, Pages 181-191]
  • 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” [Volume 10, Issue 1, 2021, Pages 32-35]
  • 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” [Volume 10, Issue 2, 2021, Pages 90-92]
  • 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” [Volume 10, Issue 2, 2021, Pages 98-101]
  • Australia Benchmarking Food and Beverage Companies on Obesity Prevention and Nutrition Policies: Evaluation of the BIA-Obesity Australia Initiative, 2017-2019 [Volume 10, Special Issue on Political Economy of Food Systems, 2021, Pages 857-870]
  • Australia Drawing on Strategic Management Approaches to Inform Nutrition Policy Design: An Applied Policy Analysis for Salt Reduction in Packaged Foods [Volume 10, Special Issue on Political Economy of Food Systems, 2021, Pages 896-908]
  • Australia Finance’s Social License? Sugar, Farmland and Health [Volume 10, Special Issue on Political Economy of Food Systems, 2021, Pages 957-967]

B

  • Basic Determinants The Basic Determinants of Malnutrition: Resources, Structures, Ideas and Power [Volume 10, Special Issue on Political Economy of Food Systems, 2021, Pages 817-827]
  • Benchmarking Food Companies Benchmarking Food and Beverage Companies on Obesity Prevention and Nutrition Policies: Evaluation of the BIA-Obesity Australia Initiative, 2017-2019 [Volume 10, Special Issue on Political Economy of Food Systems, 2021, Pages 857-870]
  • Benefit Package Introduction to the Special Issue on “The World Health Organization Choosing Interventions That Are Cost-Effective (WHO-CHOICE) Update” [Volume 10, Special Issue on WHO-CHOICE Update, 2021, Pages 670-672]
  • Best-Buys Cost-Effectiveness of Population Level and Individual Level Interventions to Combat Non-communicable Disease in Eastern Sub-Saharan Africa and South East Asia: A WHO-CHOICE Analysis [Volume 10, Special Issue on WHO-CHOICE Update, 2021, Pages 724-733]
  • Bibliometric Analysis Gastric Cancer: Bibliometric Analysis of Epidemiological, Geographical and Socio-Economic Parameters of the Global Research Landscape [Volume 10, Issue 3, 2021, Pages 118-128]
  • Biologics Development Time and Patent Extension for Prescription Drugs in Canada: A Cohort Study [Volume 10, Issue 8, 2021, Pages 495-499]
  • Burkina Faso “It Depends on What They Experience in Each Health Facility. Some Are Satisfied, Others Are Not.” A MixedMethods Exploration of Health Workers’ Attitudes Towards Performance-Based Financing in Burkina Faso [Volume 10, Issue 8, 2021, Pages 483-494]

C

  • Caesarean Section Financing Maternity and Early Childhood Healthcare in The Australian Healthcare System: Costs to Funders in Private and Public Hospitals Over the First 1000 Days [Volume 10, Issue 9, 2021, Pages 554-563]
  • Canada The Challenges of Canadian Pharmacare Are More Complicated Than Acknowledged; Comment on “Universal Pharmacare in Canada” [Volume 10, Issue 3, 2021, Pages 152-154]
  • Canada Separated at Birth: The Politics of Pharmacare for All in Canada and Medicare for All in the United States; Comment on “Universal Pharmacare in Canada” [Volume 10, Issue 3, 2021, Pages 162-164]
  • Canada Understanding the Battle for Universal Pharmacare in Canada; Comment on “Universal Pharmacare in Canada” [Volume 10, Issue 3, 2021, Pages 168-171]
  • Canada Development Time and Patent Extension for Prescription Drugs in Canada: A Cohort Study [Volume 10, Issue 8, 2021, Pages 495-499]
  • Canada Universal Pharmacare – Redressing Social Inequities in the Canadian Health System: A Response to Recent Commentaries [Volume 10, Issue 6, 2021, Pages 356-357]
  • Cancer Epidemiology Gastric Cancer: Bibliometric Analysis of Epidemiological, Geographical and Socio-Economic Parameters of the Global Research Landscape [Volume 10, Issue 3, 2021, Pages 118-128]
  • Capitalism From the Cancer Stage of Capitalism to the Political Principle of the Common: The Social Immune Response of “Food as Commons” [Volume 10, Special Issue on Political Economy of Food Systems, 2021, Pages 946-956]
  • Care Ethics Introducing Care Ethics into Humanitarianism; Comment on “A Crisis of Humanitarianism: Refugees at the Gates of Europe” [Volume 10, Issue 1, 2021, Pages 29-31]
  • Catastrophe Capitalism The Pandemic, Patient Advocacy, and the Importance of Thinking; Comment on “The Rise of the Consucrat” [Volume 10, Issue 8, 2021, Pages 500-502]
  • Catastrophic Coverage Understanding the Battle for Universal Pharmacare in Canada; Comment on “Universal Pharmacare in Canada” [Volume 10, Issue 3, 2021, Pages 168-171]
  • Centralization Decentralization and Regionalization of Surgical Care as a Critical Scale-up Strategy in Low- and Middle-Income Countries; Comment on “Decentralization and Regionalization of Surgical Care: A Review of Evidence for the Optimal Distribution of Surgical Services in Low- and Middle-Income Countries” [Volume 10, Issue 4, 2021, Pages 211-214]
  • Child Health Cost-Effectiveness of Interventions to Improve Maternal, Newborn and Child Health Outcomes: A WHO-CHOICE Analysis for Eastern Sub-Saharan Africa and South-East Asia [Volume 10, Special Issue on WHO-CHOICE Update, 2021, Pages 706-723]
  • Child Survival Unresolved Issues in Implementing Integrated Management of Childhood Illness (IMCI) Approach [Volume 10, Issue 5, 2021, Pages 293-294]
  • China Patients’ Coping Behaviors to Unavailability of Essential Medicines in Primary Care in Developed Urban China [Volume 10, Issue 1, 2021, Pages 14-21]
  • Choice Attributes Underlying Non-surgical Treatment Choice for People With Low Back Pain: A Systematic Mixed Studies Review [Volume 10, Issue 4, 2021, Pages 201-210]
  • Climate Change Climate Change and Telemedicine: A Prospective View [Volume 10, Issue 1, 2021, Pages 45-46]
  • Climate Change Call for Emergency Action to Limit Global Temperature Increases, Restore Biodiversity, and Protect Health; Wealthy Nations Must Do Much More, Much Faster [Volume 10, Issue 10, 2021, Pages 602-604]
  • Collaboration Cultivating Value Co-Creation in Health System Research; Comment on “Experience of Health Leadership in Partnering with University-Based Researchers in Canada – A Call to Re-imagine Research” [Volume 10, Issue 3, 2021, Pages 165-167]
  • 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” [Volume 10, Issue 2, 2021, Pages 106-110]
  • Commercial Determinants The Political Economy of Healthy and Sustainable Food Systems: An Introduction to a Special Issue [Volume 10, Special Issue on Political Economy of Food Systems, 2021, Pages 734-744]
  • Commercial Determinants of Health What You Don’t Know About the Codex Can Hurt You: How Trade Policy Trumps Global Health Governance in Infant and Young Child Nutrition [Volume 10, Special Issue on Political Economy of Food Systems, 2021, Pages 983-997]
  • Commercial Milk Formulas What You Don’t Know About the Codex Can Hurt You: How Trade Policy Trumps Global Health Governance in Infant and Young Child Nutrition [Volume 10, Special Issue on Political Economy of Food Systems, 2021, Pages 983-997]
  • Commercial Sector Towards Preventing and Managing Conflict of Interest in Nutrition Policy? An Analysis of Submissions to a Consultation on a Draft WHO Tool [Volume 10, Issue 5, 2021, Pages 255-265]
  • Communication Technology Thinking Together, Working Apart: Leveraging a Community of Practice to Facilitate Productive and Meaningful Remote Collaboration [Volume 10, Issue 9, 2021, Pages 528-533]
  • Communities Consucrats Have Agency: What Next for the Profecrat? Comment on “The Rise of the Consucrat” [Volume 10, Issue 8, 2021, Pages 507-510]
  • Communities of Practice Transnational Networks’ Contribution to Health Policy Diffusion: A Mixed Method Study of the Performance-Based Financing Community of Practice in Africa [Volume 10, Issue 6, 2021, Pages 310-323]
  • Community Health Workers Community Health Workers as Influential Health System Actors and not “Just Another Pair Of Hands” [Volume 10, Issue 8, 2021, Pages 465-474]
  • Community of Practice Thinking Together, Working Apart: Leveraging a Community of Practice to Facilitate Productive and Meaningful Remote Collaboration [Volume 10, Issue 9, 2021, Pages 528-533]
  • 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” [Volume 10, Issue 3, 2021, Pages 155-157]
  • Complex Adaptive Systems Can We Build an Evidence Base on the Impact of Systems Thinking for Wicked Problems?; Comment on “What Can Policy-Makers Get Out of Systems Thinking? Policy Partners’ Experiences of a Systems-Focused Research Collaboration in Preventive Health” [Volume 10, Issue 6, 2021, Pages 351-353]
  • 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” [Volume 10, Issue 1, 2021, Pages 36-38]
  • Complexity Overcoming Barriers to Applying Systems Thinking Mental Models in Policy-Making; Comment on “What Can Policy-Makers Get Out of Systems Thinking? Policy Partners’ Experiences of a Systems-Focused Research Collaboration in Preventive Health” [Volume 10, Issue 5, 2021, Pages 281-283]
  • Complexity If Gaming is the Problem, Is “Complexity Thinking” the Answer? A Response to the Recent Commentaries [Volume 10, Issue 6, 2021, Pages 354-355]
  • Complexity Towards an Explanation of the Social Value of Health Systems: An Interpretive Synthesis [Volume 10, Special Issue on Analysing the Politics of Health Policy Change in LMICs, 2021, Pages 414-429]
  • Complexity Science Improve the Design and Implementation of Metrics From the Perspective of Complexity Science; Comment on “Gaming New Zealand’s Emergency Department Target: How and Why Did It Vary Over Time and Between Organisations?” [Volume 10, Issue 5, 2021, Pages 273-276]
  • Complexity Science Applying a Systems Perspective to Preventive Health: How Can It Be Useful?; Comment on “What Can Policy-Makers Get Out of Systems Thinking? Policy Partners’ Experiences of a Systems-Focused Research Collaboration in Preventive Health” [Volume 10, Issue 6, 2021, Pages 343-346]
  • Complexity Thinking Reflections on Methodological Congruence in Systems and Complexity-Informed Research; Comment on “What Can Policy-Makers Get Out of Systems Thinking? Policy Partners’ Experiences of a Systems-Focused Research Collaboration in Preventive Health” [Volume 10, Issue 6, 2021, Pages 347-350]
  • Complex Services Marketing Consucrats Have Agency: What Next for the Profecrat? Comment on “The Rise of the Consucrat” [Volume 10, Issue 8, 2021, Pages 507-510]
  • Conflict of Interest Towards Preventing and Managing Conflict of Interest in Nutrition Policy? An Analysis of Submissions to a Consultation on a Draft WHO Tool [Volume 10, Issue 5, 2021, Pages 255-265]
  • Consucrats The Pandemic, Patient Advocacy, and the Importance of Thinking; Comment on “The Rise of the Consucrat” [Volume 10, Issue 8, 2021, Pages 500-502]
  • Consumer The Rise of the Consucrat [Volume 10, Issue 4, 2021, Pages 176-180]
  • Consumer Patient, Public, Consumer, and Community Engagement: From Consucrat to Representative; Comment on “The Rise of the Consucrat” [Volume 10, Issue 8, 2021, Pages 503-506]
  • Consumer Representation Consucrats Have Agency: What Next for the Profecrat? Comment on “The Rise of the Consucrat” [Volume 10, Issue 8, 2021, Pages 507-510]
  • 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” [Volume 10, Issue 2, 2021, Pages 93-97]
  • Co-production The QUEST for Effective and Equitable Policies to Prevent Non-communicable Diseases: Co-Production Lessons From Stakeholder Workshops [Volume 10, Issue 10, 2021, Pages 638-646]
  • Coronavirus Exploring the Impact of COVID-19 on the Sustainability of Health Critical Care Systems in South America [Volume 10, Issue 8, 2021, Pages 462-464]
  • Corporate Accountability Finance’s Social License? Sugar, Farmland and Health [Volume 10, Special Issue on Political Economy of Food Systems, 2021, Pages 957-967]
  • Corporate Power International Trade and Investment and Food Systems: What We Know, What We Don’t Know, and What We Don’t Know We Don’t Know [Volume 10, Special Issue on Political Economy of Food Systems, 2021, Pages 886-895]
  • Corporate Power Ultra-Processed Profits: The Political Economy of Countering the Global Spread of Ultra-Processed Foods – A Synthesis Review on the Market and Political Practices of Transnational Food Corporations and Strategic Public Health Responses [Volume 10, Special Issue on Political Economy of Food Systems, 2021, Pages 968-982]
  • Corporate Power “Part of the Solution:” Food Corporation Strategies for Regulatory Capture and Legitimacy [Volume 10, Special Issue on Political Economy of Food Systems, 2021, Pages 845-856]
  • Corporate Social Responsibility “Part of the Solution:” Food Corporation Strategies for Regulatory Capture and Legitimacy [Volume 10, Special Issue on Political Economy of Food Systems, 2021, Pages 845-856]
  • Corporations Redressing the Corporate Cultivation of Consumption: Releasing the Weapons of the Structurally Weak [Volume 10, Special Issue on Political Economy of Food Systems, 2021, Pages 784-792]
  • Corporations Ultra-Processed Profits: The Political Economy of Countering the Global Spread of Ultra-Processed Foods – A Synthesis Review on the Market and Political Practices of Transnational Food Corporations and Strategic Public Health Responses [Volume 10, Special Issue on Political Economy of Food Systems, 2021, Pages 968-982]
  • Corruption How Do Nigerian Newspapers Report Corruption in the Health System? [Volume 10, Issue 2, 2021, Pages 77-85]
  • Cosmedics The Pandemic, Patient Advocacy, and the Importance of Thinking; Comment on “The Rise of the Consucrat” [Volume 10, Issue 8, 2021, Pages 500-502]
  • Cost Cost of Utilising Maternal Health Services in Low- and Middle-Income Countries: A Systematic Review [Volume 10, Issue 9, 2021, Pages 564-577]
  • 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” [Volume 10, Issue 2, 2021, Pages 102-105]
  • 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” [Volume 10, Issue 3, 2021, Pages 158-161]
  • Cost-Effectiveness Progressive Realisation of Universal Health Coverage in Low- and Middle-Income Countries: Beyond the “Best Buys” [Volume 10, Special Issue on WHO-CHOICE Update, 2021, Pages 697-705]
  • Cost-Effectiveness Cost-Effectiveness of Interventions to Improve Maternal, Newborn and Child Health Outcomes: A WHO-CHOICE Analysis for Eastern Sub-Saharan Africa and South-East Asia [Volume 10, Special Issue on WHO-CHOICE Update, 2021, Pages 706-723]
  • Cost-Effectiveness Analysis Priority Setting in HIV, Tuberculosis, and Malaria – New Cost-Effectiveness Results From WHO-CHOICE [Volume 10, Special Issue on WHO-CHOICE Update, 2021, Pages 678-696]
  • Cost-Effectiveness Analysis Methods for the Economic Evaluation of Health Care Interventions for Priority Setting in the Health System: An Update From WHO CHOICE [Volume 10, Special Issue on WHO-CHOICE Update, 2021, Pages 673-677]
  • Cost-Effectiveness Analysis Cost-Effectiveness of Population Level and Individual Level Interventions to Combat Non-communicable Disease in Eastern Sub-Saharan Africa and South East Asia: A WHO-CHOICE Analysis [Volume 10, Special Issue on WHO-CHOICE Update, 2021, Pages 724-733]
  • Cost-Effectiveness Analysis Introduction to the Special Issue on “The World Health Organization Choosing Interventions That Are Cost-Effective (WHO-CHOICE) Update” [Volume 10, Special Issue on WHO-CHOICE Update, 2021, Pages 670-672]
  • COVID-19 Are Populist Leaders Creating the Conditions for the Spread of COVID-19?; Comment on “A Scoping Review of Populist Radical Right Parties’ Influence on Welfare Policy and its Implications for Population Health in Europe” [Volume 10, Issue 8, 2021, Pages 511-515]
  • COVID-19 Welfare Chauvinism, Populist Radical Right Parties and Health Inequalities; Comment on “A Scoping Review of Populist Radical Right Parties’ Influence on Welfare Policy and its Implications for Population Health in Europe” [Volume 10, Issue 9, 2021, Pages 581-584]
  • COVID-19 Pandemic Denial and Distraction: How the Populist Radical Right Responds to COVID-19; Comment on “A Scoping Review of PRR Parties’ Influence on Welfare Policy and its Implication for Population Health in Europe” [Volume 10, Issue 9, 2021, Pages 578-580]
  • Critical Realism Leaving No Man Behind: How Differentiated Service Delivery Models Increase Men’s Engagement in HIV Care [Volume 10, Issue 3, 2021, Pages 129-140]
  • Cultural Safety First Nations Peoples’ Participation in the Development of Population-Wide Food and Nutrition Policy in Australia: A Political Economy and Cultural Safety Analysis [Volume 10, Special Issue on Political Economy of Food Systems, 2021, Pages 871-885]

D

  • Decentralisation Is a Decentralised Health Policy Associated With Better Self-rated Health and Health Services Evaluation? A Comparative Study of European Countries [Volume 10, Issue 2, 2021, Pages 55-66]
  • Decentralization Decentralization and Regionalization of Surgical Care as a Critical Scale-up Strategy in Low- and Middle-Income Countries; Comment on “Decentralization and Regionalization of Surgical Care: A Review of Evidence for the Optimal Distribution of Surgical Services in Low- and Middle-Income Countries” [Volume 10, Issue 4, 2021, Pages 211-214]
  • Decentralization Decentralization and Regionalization: Redesigning Health Systems for High Quality Maternity Care; Comment on “Decentralization and Regionalization of Surgical Care: A Review of Evidence for the Optimal Distribution of Surgical Services in Low- and Middle-Income Countries” [Volume 10, Issue 4, 2021, Pages 215-217]
  • Decentralization Conceptualizing the Organization of Surgical Services; Comment on “Decentralization and Regionalization of Surgical Care: A Review of Evidence for the Optimal Distribution of Surgical Services in Low- and Middle-Income Countries” [Volume 10, Issue 4, 2021, Pages 218-220]
  • 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” [Volume 10, Issue 1, 2021, Pages 36-38]
  • 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” [Volume 10, Issue 3, 2021, Pages 158-161]
  • Decision-Making Cultivating Value Co-Creation in Health System Research; Comment on “Experience of Health Leadership in Partnering with University-Based Researchers in Canada – A Call to Re-imagine Research” [Volume 10, Issue 3, 2021, Pages 165-167]
  • Decision-Making Deliberative Processes by Health Technology Assessment Agencies: A Reflection on Legitimacy, Values and Patient and Public Involvement; Comment on “Use of Evidence-informed Deliberative Processes by Health Technology Assessment Agencies Around the Globe” [Volume 10, Issue 4, 2021, Pages 228-231]
  • Decision-Making Evidence-Informed Deliberative Processes for HTA Around the Globe: Exploring the Next Frontiers of HTA and Best Practices; Comment on “Use of Evidence-informed Deliberative Processes by Health Technology Assessment Agencies Around the Globe” [Volume 10, Issue 4, 2021, Pages 232-236]
  • Decision-Making Can We Build an Evidence Base on the Impact of Systems Thinking for Wicked Problems?; Comment on “What Can Policy-Makers Get Out of Systems Thinking? Policy Partners’ Experiences of a Systems-Focused Research Collaboration in Preventive Health” [Volume 10, Issue 6, 2021, Pages 351-353]
  • Deliberative Processes Evidence-Informed Deliberative Processes for HTA Around the Globe: Exploring the Next Frontiers of HTA and Best Practices; Comment on “Use of Evidence-informed Deliberative Processes by Health Technology Assessment Agencies Around the Globe” [Volume 10, Issue 4, 2021, Pages 232-236]
  • Design Thinking Without Systems and Complexity Thinking There Is no Progress - or Why Bureaucracy Needs to Become Curious; Comment on “What Can Policy-Makers Get out of Systems Thinking? Policy Partners’ Experiences of a Systems-Focused Research Collaboration in Preventive Health” [Volume 10, Issue 5, 2021, Pages 277-280]
  • Developing Countries Cost of Utilising Maternal Health Services in Low- and Middle-Income Countries: A Systematic Review [Volume 10, Issue 9, 2021, Pages 564-577]
  • Development Time Development Time and Patent Extension for Prescription Drugs in Canada: A Cohort Study [Volume 10, Issue 8, 2021, Pages 495-499]
  • Devolution Decentralization and Regionalization of Surgical Care as a Critical Scale-up Strategy in Low- and Middle-Income Countries; Comment on “Decentralization and Regionalization of Surgical Care: A Review of Evidence for the Optimal Distribution of Surgical Services in Low- and Middle-Income Countries” [Volume 10, Issue 4, 2021, Pages 211-214]
  • Diabetes Patient-Centred Care for Patients With Diabetes and HIV at a Public Tertiary Hospital in South Africa: An Ethnographic Study [Volume 10, Issue 9, 2021, Pages 534-545]
  • Diagnosis-Related Group Effects of Activity-Based Hospital Payments in Israel: A Qualitative Evaluation Focusing on the Perspectives of Hospital Managers and Physicians [Volume 10, Issue 5, 2021, Pages 244-254]
  • Differentiated Care Models Leaving No Man Behind: How Differentiated Service Delivery Models Increase Men’s Engagement in HIV Care [Volume 10, Issue 3, 2021, Pages 129-140]
  • Discrimination The Multifaceted Pathways Linking Populism to Ethnic Minority Health; Comment on “A Scoping Review of Populist Radical Right Parties’ Influence on Welfare Policy and its Implications for Population Health in Europe” [Volume 10, Issue 9, 2021, Pages 588-590]
  • Doctor Retention Doctor Retention: A Cross-sectional Study of How Ireland Has Been Losing the Battle [Volume 10, Issue 6, 2021, Pages 299-309]
  • Doctor Retention Doctor Retention in Ireland - Where Are the Failings That Prolong the Problem?; Comment on “Doctor Retention: A Cross-sectional Study of How Ireland Has Been Losing the Battle” [Volume 10, Issue 10, 2021, Pages 650-653]
  • Doctor Retention Training, Migration and Retention of Doctors: Is Ireland a Danaides’ Jar?; Comment on “Doctor Retention: A Cross-sectional Study of How Ireland Has Been Losing the Battle” [Volume 10, Issue 10, 2021, Pages 658-659]
  • Doctor Retention Expanding Medical Education and Task Shifting; Comment on “Doctor Retention: A Cross-sectional Study of How Ireland Has Been Losing the Battle” [Volume 10, Issue 10, 2021, Pages 664-666]
  • Doctors Doctor Retention or Migration: From Ireland to the World?; Comment on “Doctor Retention: A Cross-sectional Study of How Ireland Has Been Losing the Battle” [Volume 10, Issue 10, 2021, Pages 654-657]
  • Doctors Sometimes Resigned, Sometimes Conflicted, and Mostly Risk Averse: Primary Care Doctors in India as Street Level Bureaucrats [Volume 10, Special Issue on Analysing the Politics of Health Policy Change in LMICs, 2021, Pages 376-387]
  • Double Burden of Malnutrition Addressing Malnutrition: The Importance of Political Economy Analysis of Power [Volume 10, Special Issue on Political Economy of Food Systems, 2021, Pages 809-816]
  • Double-Loop Learning Sense-Making, Mutual Learning and Cognitive Shifts When Applying Systems Thinking in Public Health – Examples From Sweden; Comment on “What Can Policy-Makers Get Out of Systems Thinking? Policy Partners’ Experiences of a Systems-Focused Research Collaboration in Preventive Health” [Volume 10, Issue 6, 2021, Pages 338-342]
  • Drug Regulation Japan’s Drug Regulation Framework: Aiming for Better Health or Bigger Profits? [Volume 10, Issue 1, 2021, Pages 47-48]

E

  • 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” [Volume 10, Issue 1, 2021, Pages 36-38]
  • 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” [Volume 10, Issue 2, 2021, Pages 98-101]
  • Early Assessment Exploratory, Participatory and Iterative Assessment of Value: A Response to Recent Commentaries [Volume 10, Issue 1, 2021, Pages 42-44]
  • Early Childhood Health Financing Maternity and Early Childhood Healthcare in The Australian Healthcare System: Costs to Funders in Private and Public Hospitals Over the First 1000 Days [Volume 10, Issue 9, 2021, Pages 554-563]
  • 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” [Volume 10, Issue 2, 2021, Pages 102-105]
  • 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” [Volume 10, Issue 2, 2021, Pages 102-105]
  • Ecological and Environmental Phenomena Call for Emergency Action to Limit Global Temperature Increases, Restore Biodiversity, and Protect Health; Wealthy Nations Must Do Much More, Much Faster [Volume 10, Issue 10, 2021, Pages 602-604]
  • 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” [Volume 10, Issue 1, 2021, Pages 36-38]
  • Economic Evaluation Cost of Utilising Maternal Health Services in Low- and Middle-Income Countries: A Systematic Review [Volume 10, Issue 9, 2021, Pages 564-577]
  • Economic Evaluation Methods for the Economic Evaluation of Health Care Interventions for Priority Setting in the Health System: An Update From WHO CHOICE [Volume 10, Special Issue on WHO-CHOICE Update, 2021, Pages 673-677]
  • Economic Evaluation Progressive Realisation of Universal Health Coverage in Low- and Middle-Income Countries: Beyond the “Best Buys” [Volume 10, Special Issue on WHO-CHOICE Update, 2021, Pages 697-705]
  • Economic Evaluation Cost-Effectiveness of Population Level and Individual Level Interventions to Combat Non-communicable Disease in Eastern Sub-Saharan Africa and South East Asia: A WHO-CHOICE Analysis [Volume 10, Special Issue on WHO-CHOICE Update, 2021, Pages 724-733]
  • Economics Introduction to the Special Issue on “The World Health Organization Choosing Interventions That Are Cost-Effective (WHO-CHOICE) Update” [Volume 10, Special Issue on WHO-CHOICE Update, 2021, Pages 670-672]
  • Education Education and Experience as Determinants of Micro Health Insurance Enrolment [Volume 10, Issue 4, 2021, Pages 192-200]
  • Efficiency Progressive Realisation of Universal Health Coverage in Low- and Middle-Income Countries: Beyond the “Best Buys” [Volume 10, Special Issue on WHO-CHOICE Update, 2021, Pages 697-705]
  • 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” [Volume 10, Issue 2, 2021, Pages 90-92]
  • Embedded Research Can We Re-Imagine Research So It Is Timely, Relevant and Responsive?; Comment on “Experience of Health Leadership in Partnering with University-Based Researchers in Canada: A Call to ‘Re-Imagine’ Research” [Volume 10, Issue 3, 2021, Pages 172-175]
  • Embedded Research Destination Impact! The Many Roads to Influencing Health System Change: A Response to Recent Commentaries [Volume 10, Issue 2, 2021, Pages 111-112]
  • Emergence Towards an Explanation of the Social Value of Health Systems: An Interpretive Synthesis [Volume 10, Special Issue on Analysing the Politics of Health Policy Change in LMICs, 2021, Pages 414-429]
  • Emergency Department If Gaming is the Problem, Is “Complexity Thinking” the Answer? A Response to the Recent Commentaries [Volume 10, Issue 6, 2021, Pages 354-355]
  • Emergency Departments Games People Play: Lessons on Performance Measure Gaming from New Zealand; Comment on “Gaming New Zealand’s Emergency Department Target: How and Why Did It Vary Over Time and Between Organisations?” [Volume 10, Issue 4, 2021, Pages 225-227]
  • Emergency Department Visits Determinants Associated With the Risk of Emergency Department Visits Among Patients Receiving Integrated Home Care Services: A 6-Year Retrospective Observational Study in a Large Italian Region [Volume 10, Issue 10, 2021, Pages 605-612]
  • Emergency Room Improve the Design and Implementation of Metrics From the Perspective of Complexity Science; Comment on “Gaming New Zealand’s Emergency Department Target: How and Why Did It Vary Over Time and Between Organisations?” [Volume 10, Issue 5, 2021, Pages 273-276]
  • Environmental Sustainability Understanding the Political Challenge of Red and Processed Meat Reduction for Healthy and Sustainable Food Systems: A Narrative Review of the Literature [Volume 10, Special Issue on Political Economy of Food Systems, 2021, Pages 793-808]
  • Epilepsy The Effectiveness of a Multi-Pronged Psycho-Social Intervention Among People With Mental Health and Epilepsy Problems - A Pre-Post Prospective Cohort Study Set in North India [Volume 10, Issue 9, 2021, Pages 546-553]
  • Equity The Challenges of Canadian Pharmacare Are More Complicated Than Acknowledged; Comment on “Universal Pharmacare in Canada” [Volume 10, Issue 3, 2021, Pages 152-154]
  • Equity Fostering Responsible Innovation in Health: An EvidenceInformed Assessment Tool for Innovation Stakeholders [Volume 10, Issue 4, 2021, Pages 181-191]
  • Equity The Legal Determinants of Health: How Can We Achieve Universal Health Coverage and What Does it Mean? [Volume 10, Issue 1, 2021, Pages 1-4]
  • Equity Universal Pharmacare – Redressing Social Inequities in the Canadian Health System: A Response to Recent Commentaries [Volume 10, Issue 6, 2021, Pages 356-357]
  • Equity Achieving Food System Transformation: Insights From A Retrospective Review of Nutrition Policy (In)Action in High-Income Countries [Volume 10, Special Issue on Political Economy of Food Systems, 2021, Pages 766-783]
  • Essential Medicines Policy Patients’ Coping Behaviors to Unavailability of Essential Medicines in Primary Care in Developed Urban China [Volume 10, Issue 1, 2021, Pages 14-21]
  • Essential Surgery Decentralization and Regionalization of Surgical Care as a Critical Scale-up Strategy in Low- and Middle-Income Countries; Comment on “Decentralization and Regionalization of Surgical Care: A Review of Evidence for the Optimal Distribution of Surgical Services in Low- and Middle-Income Countries” [Volume 10, Issue 4, 2021, Pages 211-214]
  • Ethical Barriers Legal and Ethical Challenges in Developing a Dutch Nationwide Hepatitis C Retrieval Project (CELINE) [Volume 10, Issue 3, 2021, Pages 113-117]
  • Ethical Issues Determinants Associated With the Risk of Emergency Department Visits Among Patients Receiving Integrated Home Care Services: A 6-Year Retrospective Observational Study in a Large Italian Region [Volume 10, Issue 10, 2021, Pages 605-612]
  • Ethics Deliberative Processes by Health Technology Assessment Agencies: A Reflection on Legitimacy, Values and Patient and Public Involvement; Comment on “Use of Evidence-informed Deliberative Processes by Health Technology Assessment Agencies Around the Globe” [Volume 10, Issue 4, 2021, Pages 228-231]
  • Ethnic Minority Health The Multifaceted Pathways Linking Populism to Ethnic Minority Health; Comment on “A Scoping Review of Populist Radical Right Parties’ Influence on Welfare Policy and its Implications for Population Health in Europe” [Volume 10, Issue 9, 2021, Pages 588-590]
  • Europe Is a Decentralised Health Policy Associated With Better Self-rated Health and Health Services Evaluation? A Comparative Study of European Countries [Volume 10, Issue 2, 2021, Pages 55-66]
  • Europe A Scoping Review of Populist Radical Right Parties’ Influence on Welfare Policy and its Implications for Population Health in Europe [Volume 10, Issue 3, 2021, Pages 141-151]
  • Europe Getting the Problem Definition Right: The Radical Right, Populism, Nativism and Public Health; Comment on “A Scoping Review of Populist Radical Right Parties’ Influence on Welfare Policy and its Implications for Population Health in Europe” [Volume 10, Issue 8, 2021, Pages 523-527]
  • Evidence Base Can We Build an Evidence Base on the Impact of Systems Thinking for Wicked Problems?; Comment on “What Can Policy-Makers Get Out of Systems Thinking? Policy Partners’ Experiences of a Systems-Focused Research Collaboration in Preventive Health” [Volume 10, Issue 6, 2021, Pages 351-353]
  • Evidence-Informed Policy Applying a Systems Perspective to Preventive Health: How Can It Be Useful?; Comment on “What Can Policy-Makers Get Out of Systems Thinking? Policy Partners’ Experiences of a Systems-Focused Research Collaboration in Preventive Health” [Volume 10, Issue 6, 2021, Pages 343-346]
  • Evidence Use But Does It Work? Evidence, Policy-Making and Systems Thinking; Comment on “What Can Policy-Makers Get Out of Systems Thinking? Policy Partners’ Experiences of a Systems-Focused Research Collaboration in Preventive Health” [Volume 10, Issue 5, 2021, Pages 287-289]

F

  • Financialisation Finance’s Social License? Sugar, Farmland and Health [Volume 10, Special Issue on Political Economy of Food Systems, 2021, Pages 957-967]
  • Food Addressing Malnutrition: The Importance of Political Economy Analysis of Power [Volume 10, Special Issue on Political Economy of Food Systems, 2021, Pages 809-816]
  • Food as Commons From the Cancer Stage of Capitalism to the Political Principle of the Common: The Social Immune Response of “Food as Commons” [Volume 10, Special Issue on Political Economy of Food Systems, 2021, Pages 946-956]
  • Food Consumption Policy Action Within Urban African Food Systems to Promote Healthy Food Consumption: A Realist Synthesis in Ghana and Kenya [Volume 10, Special Issue on Political Economy of Food Systems, 2021, Pages 828-844]
  • Food Environments Policy Action Within Urban African Food Systems to Promote Healthy Food Consumption: A Realist Synthesis in Ghana and Kenya [Volume 10, Special Issue on Political Economy of Food Systems, 2021, Pages 828-844]
  • Food Industry “Part of the Solution:” Food Corporation Strategies for Regulatory Capture and Legitimacy [Volume 10, Special Issue on Political Economy of Food Systems, 2021, Pages 845-856]
  • Food Policy First Nations Peoples’ Participation in the Development of Population-Wide Food and Nutrition Policy in Australia: A Political Economy and Cultural Safety Analysis [Volume 10, Special Issue on Political Economy of Food Systems, 2021, Pages 871-885]
  • Food Policy Understanding the Impact of Historical Policy Legacies on Nutrition Policy Space: Economic Policy Agendas and Current Food Policy Paradigms in Ghana [Volume 10, Special Issue on Political Economy of Food Systems, 2021, Pages 909-922]
  • Food Policy Policy Action Within Urban African Food Systems to Promote Healthy Food Consumption: A Realist Synthesis in Ghana and Kenya [Volume 10, Special Issue on Political Economy of Food Systems, 2021, Pages 828-844]
  • Food Politics From the Cancer Stage of Capitalism to the Political Principle of the Common: The Social Immune Response of “Food as Commons” [Volume 10, Special Issue on Political Economy of Food Systems, 2021, Pages 946-956]
  • Food System Drivers Drawing on Strategic Management Approaches to Inform Nutrition Policy Design: An Applied Policy Analysis for Salt Reduction in Packaged Foods [Volume 10, Special Issue on Political Economy of Food Systems, 2021, Pages 896-908]
  • Food Systems Achieving Food System Transformation: Insights From A Retrospective Review of Nutrition Policy (In)Action in High-Income Countries [Volume 10, Special Issue on Political Economy of Food Systems, 2021, Pages 766-783]
  • Food Systems Redressing the Corporate Cultivation of Consumption: Releasing the Weapons of the Structurally Weak [Volume 10, Special Issue on Political Economy of Food Systems, 2021, Pages 784-792]
  • Food Systems International Trade and Investment and Food Systems: What We Know, What We Don’t Know, and What We Don’t Know We Don’t Know [Volume 10, Special Issue on Political Economy of Food Systems, 2021, Pages 886-895]
  • Food Systems Understanding the Political Challenge of Red and Processed Meat Reduction for Healthy and Sustainable Food Systems: A Narrative Review of the Literature [Volume 10, Special Issue on Political Economy of Food Systems, 2021, Pages 793-808]
  • Food Systems Addressing Malnutrition: The Importance of Political Economy Analysis of Power [Volume 10, Special Issue on Political Economy of Food Systems, 2021, Pages 809-816]
  • Food Systems Challenges to Establish Effective Public-Private Partnerships to Address Malnutrition in All Its Forms [Volume 10, Special Issue on Political Economy of Food Systems, 2021, Pages 934-945]
  • Food Systems From the Cancer Stage of Capitalism to the Political Principle of the Common: The Social Immune Response of “Food as Commons” [Volume 10, Special Issue on Political Economy of Food Systems, 2021, Pages 946-956]
  • Food Systems The Political Economy of Healthy and Sustainable Food Systems: An Introduction to a Special Issue [Volume 10, Special Issue on Political Economy of Food Systems, 2021, Pages 734-744]
  • Freedom of Movement African Physician Migration to High-Income Nations: Diverse Motives to Emigrate (“We Are not Florence Nightingale”) or Stay in Africa (“There Is No Place Like Home”); Comment on “Doctor Retention: A Cross-sectional Study of How Ireland Has Been Losing the Battle” [Volume 10, Issue 10, 2021, Pages 660-663]

G

  • Gaming Beyond Targets: Measuring Better and Rebuilding Trust; Comment on “Gaming New Zealand’s Emergency Department Target: How and Why Did It Vary Over Time and Between Organisations?” [Volume 10, Issue 4, 2021, Pages 221-224]
  • Gaming If Gaming is the Problem, Is “Complexity Thinking” the Answer? A Response to the Recent Commentaries [Volume 10, Issue 6, 2021, Pages 354-355]
  • Gaming Behaviours Improve the Design and Implementation of Metrics From the Perspective of Complexity Science; Comment on “Gaming New Zealand’s Emergency Department Target: How and Why Did It Vary Over Time and Between Organisations?” [Volume 10, Issue 5, 2021, Pages 273-276]
  • Gaming, Performance Measurement Games People Play: Lessons on Performance Measure Gaming from New Zealand; Comment on “Gaming New Zealand’s Emergency Department Target: How and Why Did It Vary Over Time and Between Organisations?” [Volume 10, Issue 4, 2021, Pages 225-227]
  • Gene Therapy Japan’s Drug Regulation Framework: Aiming for Better Health or Bigger Profits? [Volume 10, Issue 1, 2021, Pages 47-48]
  • Global Health Towards Preventing and Managing Conflict of Interest in Nutrition Policy? An Analysis of Submissions to a Consultation on a Draft WHO Tool [Volume 10, Issue 5, 2021, Pages 255-265]
  • Global Health The Legal Determinants of Health: How Can We Achieve Universal Health Coverage and What Does it Mean? [Volume 10, Issue 1, 2021, Pages 1-4]
  • Global Health Unresolved Issues in Implementing Integrated Management of Childhood Illness (IMCI) Approach [Volume 10, Issue 5, 2021, Pages 293-294]
  • Global Health Improving the Rural-Urban Balance in Cambodia’s Health Services [Volume 10, Issue 6, 2021, Pages 358-359]
  • Global Labor Mobility African Physician Migration to High-Income Nations: Diverse Motives to Emigrate (“We Are not Florence Nightingale”) or Stay in Africa (“There Is No Place Like Home”); Comment on “Doctor Retention: A Cross-sectional Study of How Ireland Has Been Losing the Battle” [Volume 10, Issue 10, 2021, Pages 660-663]
  • Global Public Health From the Cancer Stage of Capitalism to the Political Principle of the Common: The Social Immune Response of “Food as Commons” [Volume 10, Special Issue on Political Economy of Food Systems, 2021, Pages 946-956]
  • Global Surgery Decentralization and Regionalization of Surgical Care as a Critical Scale-up Strategy in Low- and Middle-Income Countries; Comment on “Decentralization and Regionalization of Surgical Care: A Review of Evidence for the Optimal Distribution of Surgical Services in Low- and Middle-Income Countries” [Volume 10, Issue 4, 2021, Pages 211-214]
  • Global Warming Climate Change and Telemedicine: A Prospective View [Volume 10, Issue 1, 2021, Pages 45-46]
  • Global Warming/prevention & Control Call for Emergency Action to Limit Global Temperature Increases, Restore Biodiversity, and Protect Health; Wealthy Nations Must Do Much More, Much Faster [Volume 10, Issue 10, 2021, Pages 602-604]
  • Governance How Do Nigerian Newspapers Report Corruption in the Health System? [Volume 10, Issue 2, 2021, Pages 77-85]
  • Governance What Generates Attention to Health in Trade PolicyMaking? Lessons From Success in Tobacco Control and Access to Medicines: A Qualitative Study of Australia and the (Comprehensive and Progressive) Trans-Pacific Partnership [Volume 10, Issue 10, 2021, Pages 613-624]
  • Governance Redressing the Corporate Cultivation of Consumption: Releasing the Weapons of the Structurally Weak [Volume 10, Special Issue on Political Economy of Food Systems, 2021, Pages 784-792]
  • Governance International Trade and Investment and Food Systems: What We Know, What We Don’t Know, and What We Don’t Know We Don’t Know [Volume 10, Special Issue on Political Economy of Food Systems, 2021, Pages 886-895]
  • Greece Introducing Care Ethics into Humanitarianism; Comment on “A Crisis of Humanitarianism: Refugees at the Gates of Europe” [Volume 10, Issue 1, 2021, Pages 29-31]
  • Guidance HTA Agencies Need Evidence-Informed Deliberative Processes; Comment on “Use of Evidence-Informed Deliberative Processes by Health Technology Assessment Agencies Around the Globe” [Volume 10, Issue 3, 2021, Pages 158-161]

H

  • Health Benefit Package Methods for the Economic Evaluation of Health Care Interventions for Priority Setting in the Health System: An Update From WHO CHOICE [Volume 10, Special Issue on WHO-CHOICE Update, 2021, Pages 673-677]
  • Healthcare Rhetoric or Reform? Changing Health and Social Care in Wales [Volume 10, Issue 6, 2021, Pages 295-298]
  • Healthcare Taking the Relationship Between Populism and Healthcare Seriously: A Call for Empirical Analysis Rather Than Moral Condemnation; Comment on “A Scoping Review of Populist Radical Right Parties’ Influence on Welfare Policy and its Implications for Population Health in Europe” [Volume 10, Issue 9, 2021, Pages 598-601]
  • Healthcare Consucrats Have Agency: What Next for the Profecrat? Comment on “The Rise of the Consucrat” [Volume 10, Issue 8, 2021, Pages 507-510]
  • Healthcare Costs Financing Maternity and Early Childhood Healthcare in The Australian Healthcare System: Costs to Funders in Private and Public Hospitals Over the First 1000 Days [Volume 10, Issue 9, 2021, Pages 554-563]
  • Healthcare Development Sense-Making, Mutual Learning and Cognitive Shifts When Applying Systems Thinking in Public Health – Examples From Sweden; Comment on “What Can Policy-Makers Get Out of Systems Thinking? Policy Partners’ Experiences of a Systems-Focused Research Collaboration in Preventive Health” [Volume 10, Issue 6, 2021, Pages 338-342]
  • 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” [Volume 10, Issue 1, 2021, Pages 32-35]
  • Healthcare Governance Patient, Public, Consumer, and Community Engagement: From Consucrat to Representative; Comment on “The Rise of the Consucrat” [Volume 10, Issue 8, 2021, Pages 503-506]
  • Healthcare Politics Separated at Birth: The Politics of Pharmacare for All in Canada and Medicare for All in the United States; Comment on “Universal Pharmacare in Canada” [Volume 10, Issue 3, 2021, Pages 162-164]
  • Healthcare Quality Games People Play: Lessons on Performance Measure Gaming from New Zealand; Comment on “Gaming New Zealand’s Emergency Department Target: How and Why Did It Vary Over Time and Between Organisations?” [Volume 10, Issue 4, 2021, Pages 225-227]
  • Health Economic Modeling Exploratory, Participatory and Iterative Assessment of Value: A Response to Recent Commentaries [Volume 10, Issue 1, 2021, Pages 42-44]
  • Health Economic Modelling 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” [Volume 10, Issue 2, 2021, Pages 98-101]
  • Health Effects Issue Competition and the Social Construction of Target Populations: Alternative Suggestions for the Study of the Influence of Populist Radical Right Parties on Health Policy and Health Outcomes; Comment on “A Scoping Review of Populist Radical Right Parties’ Influence on Welfare Policy and its Implications for Population Health in Europe” [Volume 10, Issue 9, 2021, Pages 591-593]
  • Health Equity Right Wing Politics and Public Policy: The Need for a Broad Frame and Further Research; Comment on “A Scoping Review of Populist Radical Right Parties’ Influence on Welfare Policy and its Implications for Population Health in Europe” [Volume 10, Issue 8, 2021, Pages 519-522]
  • Health Governance Governance Roles and Capacities of Ministries of Health: A Multidimensional Framework [Volume 10, Issue 5, 2021, Pages 237-243]
  • Health Governance Towards Preventing and Managing Conflict of Interest in Nutrition Policy? An Analysis of Submissions to a Consultation on a Draft WHO Tool [Volume 10, Issue 5, 2021, Pages 255-265]
  • Health Insurance Understanding the Battle for Universal Pharmacare in Canada; Comment on “Universal Pharmacare in Canada” [Volume 10, Issue 3, 2021, Pages 168-171]
  • Health Insurance A Narrative Synthesis Review of Out-of-Pocket Payments for Health Services Under Insurance Regimes: A Policy Implementation Gap Hindering Universal Health Coverage in Sub-Saharan Africa [Volume 10, Special Issue on Analysing the Politics of Health Policy Change in LMICs, 2021, Pages 443-461]
  • Health Personnel Doctor Retention in Ireland - What it may mean for the Global Health Workforce Reform Agenda; Comment on “Doctor Retention: A Cross-sectional Study of How Ireland Has Been Losing the Battle” [Volume 10, Issue 10, 2021, Pages 647-649]
  • Health Personnel Retention African Physician Migration to High-Income Nations: Diverse Motives to Emigrate (“We Are not Florence Nightingale”) or Stay in Africa (“There Is No Place Like Home”); Comment on “Doctor Retention: A Cross-sectional Study of How Ireland Has Been Losing the Battle” [Volume 10, Issue 10, 2021, Pages 660-663]
  • Health Policy The Challenges of Canadian Pharmacare Are More Complicated Than Acknowledged; Comment on “Universal Pharmacare in Canada” [Volume 10, Issue 3, 2021, Pages 152-154]
  • Health Policy Japan’s Drug Regulation Framework: Aiming for Better Health or Bigger Profits? [Volume 10, Issue 1, 2021, Pages 47-48]
  • Health Policy What Generates Attention to Health in Trade PolicyMaking? Lessons From Success in Tobacco Control and Access to Medicines: A Qualitative Study of Australia and the (Comprehensive and Progressive) Trans-Pacific Partnership [Volume 10, Issue 10, 2021, Pages 613-624]
  • Health Policy The Challenges of Putting Systems Thinking into Practice; Comment on “What Can Policy-Makers Get Out of Systems Thinking? Policy Partners’ Experiences of a Systems-Focused Research Collaboration in Preventive Health” [Volume 10, Issue 5, 2021, Pages 290-292]
  • Health Policy Researching the Welfare Impact of Populist Radical Right Parties; Comment on “A Scoping Review of Populist Radical Right Parties’ Influence on Welfare Policy and its Implications for Population Health in Europe” [Volume 10, Issue 8, 2021, Pages 516-518]
  • Health Policy Universal Pharmacare – Redressing Social Inequities in the Canadian Health System: A Response to Recent Commentaries [Volume 10, Issue 6, 2021, Pages 356-357]
  • Health Policy Getting the Problem Definition Right: The Radical Right, Populism, Nativism and Public Health; Comment on “A Scoping Review of Populist Radical Right Parties’ Influence on Welfare Policy and its Implications for Population Health in Europe” [Volume 10, Issue 8, 2021, Pages 523-527]
  • Health Policy Denial and Distraction: How the Populist Radical Right Responds to COVID-19; Comment on “A Scoping Review of PRR Parties’ Influence on Welfare Policy and its Implication for Population Health in Europe” [Volume 10, Issue 9, 2021, Pages 578-580]
  • Health Policy Evidence-Informed Deliberative Processes for HTA Around the Globe: Exploring the Next Frontiers of HTA and Best Practices; Comment on “Use of Evidence-informed Deliberative Processes by Health Technology Assessment Agencies Around the Globe” [Volume 10, Issue 4, 2021, Pages 232-236]
  • Health Policy Populism and Health Policy in Latin America; Comment on “A Scoping Review of Populist Radical Right Parties’ Influence on Welfare Policy and its Implications for Population Health in Europe” [Volume 10, Issue 9, 2021, Pages 585-587]
  • Health Policy Analysis Introduction to the Special Issue on “Analysing the Politics of Health Policy Change in Low- and Middle-Income Countries: The HPA Fellowship Programme 2017-2019” [Volume 10, Special Issue on Analysing the Politics of Health Policy Change in LMICs, 2021, Pages 360-363]
  • Health Policy Evaluation Effects of Activity-Based Hospital Payments in Israel: A Qualitative Evaluation Focusing on the Perspectives of Hospital Managers and Physicians [Volume 10, Issue 5, 2021, Pages 244-254]
  • Health Policy Implementation The Practice of Power by Regional Managers in the Implementation of an Indigenous Peoples Health Policy in the Philippines [Volume 10, Special Issue on Analysing the Politics of Health Policy Change in LMICs, 2021, Pages 402-413]
  • Health Policy Process Application of “Actor Interface Analysis” to Examine Practices of Power in Health Policy Implementation: An Interpretive Synthesis and Guiding Steps [Volume 10, Special Issue on Analysing the Politics of Health Policy Change in LMICs, 2021, Pages 430-442]
  • Health Services 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” [Volume 10, Issue 2, 2021, Pages 106-110]
  • Health Services Satisfaction Is a Decentralised Health Policy Associated With Better Self-rated Health and Health Services Evaluation? A Comparative Study of European Countries [Volume 10, Issue 2, 2021, Pages 55-66]
  • Health System 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” [Volume 10, Issue 3, 2021, Pages 155-157]
  • Health System Can We Re-Imagine Research So It Is Timely, Relevant and Responsive?; Comment on “Experience of Health Leadership in Partnering with University-Based Researchers in Canada: A Call to ‘Re-Imagine’ Research” [Volume 10, Issue 3, 2021, Pages 172-175]
  • Health System Quality Decentralization and Regionalization: Redesigning Health Systems for High Quality Maternity Care; Comment on “Decentralization and Regionalization of Surgical Care: A Review of Evidence for the Optimal Distribution of Surgical Services in Low- and Middle-Income Countries” [Volume 10, Issue 4, 2021, Pages 215-217]
  • Health System Redesign Without Systems and Complexity Thinking There Is no Progress - or Why Bureaucracy Needs to Become Curious; Comment on “What Can Policy-Makers Get out of Systems Thinking? Policy Partners’ Experiences of a Systems-Focused Research Collaboration in Preventive Health” [Volume 10, Issue 5, 2021, Pages 277-280]
  • Health System Research Cultivating Value Co-Creation in Health System Research; Comment on “Experience of Health Leadership in Partnering with University-Based Researchers in Canada – A Call to Re-imagine Research” [Volume 10, Issue 3, 2021, Pages 165-167]
  • Health Systems 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” [Volume 10, Issue 1, 2021, Pages 36-38]
  • Health Systems 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” [Volume 10, Issue 2, 2021, Pages 90-92]
  • Health Systems Governance Roles and Capacities of Ministries of Health: A Multidimensional Framework [Volume 10, Issue 5, 2021, Pages 237-243]
  • Health Systems Towards an Explanation of the Social Value of Health Systems: An Interpretive Synthesis [Volume 10, Special Issue on Analysing the Politics of Health Policy Change in LMICs, 2021, Pages 414-429]
  • Health Systems Research Application of “Actor Interface Analysis” to Examine Practices of Power in Health Policy Implementation: An Interpretive Synthesis and Guiding Steps [Volume 10, Special Issue on Analysing the Politics of Health Policy Change in LMICs, 2021, Pages 430-442]
  • Health Technology Fostering Responsible Innovation in Health: An EvidenceInformed Assessment Tool for Innovation Stakeholders [Volume 10, Issue 4, 2021, Pages 181-191]
  • Health Technology 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” [Volume 10, Issue 2, 2021, Pages 98-101]
  • Health Technology Assessment 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” [Volume 10, Issue 2, 2021, Pages 102-105]
  • Health Technology Assessment Deliberative Processes by Health Technology Assessment Agencies: A Reflection on Legitimacy, Values and Patient and Public Involvement; Comment on “Use of Evidence-informed Deliberative Processes by Health Technology Assessment Agencies Around the Globe” [Volume 10, Issue 4, 2021, Pages 228-231]
  • Health Technology Assessment Exploratory, Participatory and Iterative Assessment of Value: A Response to Recent Commentaries [Volume 10, Issue 1, 2021, Pages 42-44]
  • Health Technology Assessment Evidence-Informed Deliberative Processes for HTA Around the Globe: Exploring the Next Frontiers of HTA and Best Practices; Comment on “Use of Evidence-informed Deliberative Processes by Health Technology Assessment Agencies Around the Globe” [Volume 10, Issue 4, 2021, Pages 232-236]
  • Health Workers “It Depends on What They Experience in Each Health Facility. Some Are Satisfied, Others Are Not.” A MixedMethods Exploration of Health Workers’ Attitudes Towards Performance-Based Financing in Burkina Faso [Volume 10, Issue 8, 2021, Pages 483-494]
  • Health Workforce Migration African Physician Migration to High-Income Nations: Diverse Motives to Emigrate (“We Are not Florence Nightingale”) or Stay in Africa (“There Is No Place Like Home”); Comment on “Doctor Retention: A Cross-sectional Study of How Ireland Has Been Losing the Battle” [Volume 10, Issue 10, 2021, Pages 660-663]
  • Hegemony “Part of the Solution:” Food Corporation Strategies for Regulatory Capture and Legitimacy [Volume 10, Special Issue on Political Economy of Food Systems, 2021, Pages 845-856]
  • Hepatitis C Elimination Legal and Ethical Challenges in Developing a Dutch Nationwide Hepatitis C Retrieval Project (CELINE) [Volume 10, Issue 3, 2021, Pages 113-117]
  • HIV Priority Setting in HIV, Tuberculosis, and Malaria – New Cost-Effectiveness Results From WHO-CHOICE [Volume 10, Special Issue on WHO-CHOICE Update, 2021, Pages 678-696]
  • HIV/AIDS Patient-Centred Care for Patients With Diabetes and HIV at a Public Tertiary Hospital in South Africa: An Ethnographic Study [Volume 10, Issue 9, 2021, Pages 534-545]
  • HIV Services Leaving No Man Behind: How Differentiated Service Delivery Models Increase Men’s Engagement in HIV Care [Volume 10, Issue 3, 2021, Pages 129-140]
  • Hong Kong A Decomposition of Life Expectancy and Life Disparity: Comparison Between Hong Kong and Japan [Volume 10, Issue 1, 2021, Pages 5-13]
  • Hospital Payment Reform Effects of Activity-Based Hospital Payments in Israel: A Qualitative Evaluation Focusing on the Perspectives of Hospital Managers and Physicians [Volume 10, Issue 5, 2021, Pages 244-254]
  • Humanitarianism Introducing Care Ethics into Humanitarianism; Comment on “A Crisis of Humanitarianism: Refugees at the Gates of Europe” [Volume 10, Issue 1, 2021, Pages 29-31]
  • Human Resources for Health Community Health Workers as Influential Health System Actors and not “Just Another Pair Of Hands” [Volume 10, Issue 8, 2021, Pages 465-474]

I

  • Ideas The Basic Determinants of Malnutrition: Resources, Structures, Ideas and Power [Volume 10, Special Issue on Political Economy of Food Systems, 2021, Pages 817-827]
  • Illness Education and Experience as Determinants of Micro Health Insurance Enrolment [Volume 10, Issue 4, 2021, Pages 192-200]
  • Immunotherapy Japan’s Drug Regulation Framework: Aiming for Better Health or Bigger Profits? [Volume 10, Issue 1, 2021, Pages 47-48]
  • Implementation Policy Adoption and the Implementation Woes of the Intersectoral First 1000 Days of Childhood Initiative, In the Western Cape Province of South Africa [Volume 10, Special Issue on Analysing the Politics of Health Policy Change in LMICs, 2021, Pages 364-375]
  • Improvement Rhetoric or Reform? Changing Health and Social Care in Wales [Volume 10, Issue 6, 2021, Pages 295-298]
  • India Education and Experience as Determinants of Micro Health Insurance Enrolment [Volume 10, Issue 4, 2021, Pages 192-200]
  • India Community Health Workers as Influential Health System Actors and not “Just Another Pair Of Hands” [Volume 10, Issue 8, 2021, Pages 465-474]
  • India The Effectiveness of a Multi-Pronged Psycho-Social Intervention Among People With Mental Health and Epilepsy Problems - A Pre-Post Prospective Cohort Study Set in North India [Volume 10, Issue 9, 2021, Pages 546-553]
  • India Sometimes Resigned, Sometimes Conflicted, and Mostly Risk Averse: Primary Care Doctors in India as Street Level Bureaucrats [Volume 10, Special Issue on Analysing the Politics of Health Policy Change in LMICs, 2021, Pages 376-387]
  • Indigenous health First Nations Peoples’ Participation in the Development of Population-Wide Food and Nutrition Policy in Australia: A Political Economy and Cultural Safety Analysis [Volume 10, Special Issue on Political Economy of Food Systems, 2021, Pages 871-885]
  • Indigenous Peoples The Practice of Power by Regional Managers in the Implementation of an Indigenous Peoples Health Policy in the Philippines [Volume 10, Special Issue on Analysing the Politics of Health Policy Change in LMICs, 2021, Pages 402-413]
  • Inequalities The QUEST for Effective and Equitable Policies to Prevent Non-communicable Diseases: Co-Production Lessons From Stakeholder Workshops [Volume 10, Issue 10, 2021, Pages 638-646]
  • Infant and Young Child Nutrition What You Don’t Know About the Codex Can Hurt You: How Trade Policy Trumps Global Health Governance in Infant and Young Child Nutrition [Volume 10, Special Issue on Political Economy of Food Systems, 2021, Pages 983-997]
  • Infant Formula What You Don’t Know About the Codex Can Hurt You: How Trade Policy Trumps Global Health Governance in Infant and Young Child Nutrition [Volume 10, Special Issue on Political Economy of Food Systems, 2021, Pages 983-997]
  • Infant Mortality Dominant Factors Affecting Regional Inequality of Infant Mortality in Vietnam: A Structural Equation Modelling Analysis [Volume 10, Issue 8, 2021, Pages 475-482]
  • Innovation Exploratory, Participatory and Iterative Assessment of Value: A Response to Recent Commentaries [Volume 10, Issue 1, 2021, Pages 42-44]
  • Innovation Policy Exploratory, Participatory and Iterative Assessment of Value: A Response to Recent Commentaries [Volume 10, Issue 1, 2021, Pages 42-44]
  • Integrated Home Care Determinants Associated With the Risk of Emergency Department Visits Among Patients Receiving Integrated Home Care Services: A 6-Year Retrospective Observational Study in a Large Italian Region [Volume 10, Issue 10, 2021, Pages 605-612]
  • Integrated Knowledge Translation 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” [Volume 10, Issue 2, 2021, Pages 106-110]
  • Intensive Care Exploring the Impact of COVID-19 on the Sustainability of Health Critical Care Systems in South America [Volume 10, Issue 8, 2021, Pages 462-464]
  • Interdisciplinarity Re-imagining Health Research Partnership in a Post-COVID World: A Response to Recent Commentaries [Volume 10, Issue 1, 2021, Pages 39-41]
  • Interests Policy Adoption and the Implementation Woes of the Intersectoral First 1000 Days of Childhood Initiative, In the Western Cape Province of South Africa [Volume 10, Special Issue on Analysing the Politics of Health Policy Change in LMICs, 2021, Pages 364-375]
  • International Recruitment Migration, Retention and Return Migration of Health Professionals; Comment on “Doctor Retention: A Cross-sectional Study of How Ireland Has Been Losing the Battle” [Volume 10, Issue 10, 2021, Pages 667-669]
  • International Trade International Trade and Investment Agreements as Barriers to Food Environment Regulation for Public Health Nutrition: A Realist Review [Volume 10, Special Issue on Political Economy of Food Systems, 2021, Pages 745-765]
  • Interpretive Synthesis Towards an Explanation of the Social Value of Health Systems: An Interpretive Synthesis [Volume 10, Special Issue on Analysing the Politics of Health Policy Change in LMICs, 2021, Pages 414-429]
  • Intersectoral Initiatives Policy Adoption and the Implementation Woes of the Intersectoral First 1000 Days of Childhood Initiative, In the Western Cape Province of South Africa [Volume 10, Special Issue on Analysing the Politics of Health Policy Change in LMICs, 2021, Pages 364-375]
  • Intervention The Effectiveness of a Multi-Pronged Psycho-Social Intervention Among People With Mental Health and Epilepsy Problems - A Pre-Post Prospective Cohort Study Set in North India [Volume 10, Issue 9, 2021, Pages 546-553]
  • Investment Finance’s Social License? Sugar, Farmland and Health [Volume 10, Special Issue on Political Economy of Food Systems, 2021, Pages 957-967]
  • Investment Agreements International Trade and Investment Agreements as Barriers to Food Environment Regulation for Public Health Nutrition: A Realist Review [Volume 10, Special Issue on Political Economy of Food Systems, 2021, Pages 745-765]
  • Ireland Doctor Retention: A Cross-sectional Study of How Ireland Has Been Losing the Battle [Volume 10, Issue 6, 2021, Pages 299-309]
  • Ireland Doctor Retention in Ireland - What it may mean for the Global Health Workforce Reform Agenda; Comment on “Doctor Retention: A Cross-sectional Study of How Ireland Has Been Losing the Battle” [Volume 10, Issue 10, 2021, Pages 647-649]
  • Ireland Doctor Retention in Ireland - Where Are the Failings That Prolong the Problem?; Comment on “Doctor Retention: A Cross-sectional Study of How Ireland Has Been Losing the Battle” [Volume 10, Issue 10, 2021, Pages 650-653]
  • Ireland Doctor Retention or Migration: From Ireland to the World?; Comment on “Doctor Retention: A Cross-sectional Study of How Ireland Has Been Losing the Battle” [Volume 10, Issue 10, 2021, Pages 654-657]
  • Ireland Training, Migration and Retention of Doctors: Is Ireland a Danaides’ Jar?; Comment on “Doctor Retention: A Cross-sectional Study of How Ireland Has Been Losing the Battle” [Volume 10, Issue 10, 2021, Pages 658-659]
  • Ireland Expanding Medical Education and Task Shifting; Comment on “Doctor Retention: A Cross-sectional Study of How Ireland Has Been Losing the Battle” [Volume 10, Issue 10, 2021, Pages 664-666]
  • Israel Effects of Activity-Based Hospital Payments in Israel: A Qualitative Evaluation Focusing on the Perspectives of Hospital Managers and Physicians [Volume 10, Issue 5, 2021, Pages 244-254]
  • Issue Competition Issue Competition and the Social Construction of Target Populations: Alternative Suggestions for the Study of the Influence of Populist Radical Right Parties on Health Policy and Health Outcomes; Comment on “A Scoping Review of Populist Radical Right Parties’ Influence on Welfare Policy and its Implications for Population Health in Europe” [Volume 10, Issue 9, 2021, Pages 591-593]

J

  • Japan A Decomposition of Life Expectancy and Life Disparity: Comparison Between Hong Kong and Japan [Volume 10, Issue 1, 2021, Pages 5-13]
  • Japan Japan’s Drug Regulation Framework: Aiming for Better Health or Bigger Profits? [Volume 10, Issue 1, 2021, Pages 47-48]
  • Job Satisfaction Approaches to Facilitate Improved Recruitment, Development, and Retention of the Rural and Remote Medical Workforce: A Scoping Review Protocol [Volume 10, Issue 1, 2021, Pages 22-28]
  • Justice The Legal Determinants of Health: How Can We Achieve Universal Health Coverage and What Does it Mean? [Volume 10, Issue 1, 2021, Pages 1-4]

K

  • Knowledge “It Depends on What They Experience in Each Health Facility. Some Are Satisfied, Others Are Not.” A MixedMethods Exploration of Health Workers’ Attitudes Towards Performance-Based Financing in Burkina Faso [Volume 10, Issue 8, 2021, Pages 483-494]
  • Knowledge Mobilisation But Does It Work? Evidence, Policy-Making and Systems Thinking; Comment on “What Can Policy-Makers Get Out of Systems Thinking? Policy Partners’ Experiences of a Systems-Focused Research Collaboration in Preventive Health” [Volume 10, Issue 5, 2021, Pages 287-289]
  • Knowledge Translation Reimagining Researchers in Health Research; Comment on “Experience of Health Leadership in Partnering With University-Based Researchers in Canada: A Call to ‘Re-Imagine’ Research” [Volume 10, Issue 2, 2021, Pages 86-89]
  • Knowledge Translation 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” [Volume 10, Issue 2, 2021, Pages 90-92]
  • Knowledge Translation 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” [Volume 10, Issue 3, 2021, Pages 155-157]
  • Knowledge Translation Can Systems Thinking Become “The Way We Do Things?”; Comment on “What Can Policy-Makers Get Out of Systems Thinking? Policy Partners’ Experiences of a Systems-Focused Research Collaboration in Preventive Health” [Volume 10, Issue 5, 2021, Pages 284-286]

L

  • Latin America Populism and Health Policy in Latin America; Comment on “A Scoping Review of Populist Radical Right Parties’ Influence on Welfare Policy and its Implications for Population Health in Europe” [Volume 10, Issue 9, 2021, Pages 585-587]
  • Latin Countries Exploring the Impact of COVID-19 on the Sustainability of Health Critical Care Systems in South America [Volume 10, Issue 8, 2021, Pages 462-464]
  • Law Can Labelling Create Transformative Food System Change for Human and Planetary Health? A Case Study of Meat [Volume 10, Special Issue on Political Economy of Food Systems, 2021, Pages 923-933]
  • Learning Health Systems Destination Impact! The Many Roads to Influencing Health System Change: A Response to Recent Commentaries [Volume 10, Issue 2, 2021, Pages 111-112]
  • Legal Barriers Legal and Ethical Challenges in Developing a Dutch Nationwide Hepatitis C Retrieval Project (CELINE) [Volume 10, Issue 3, 2021, Pages 113-117]
  • Legitimacy HTA Agencies Need Evidence-Informed Deliberative Processes; Comment on “Use of Evidence-Informed Deliberative Processes by Health Technology Assessment Agencies Around the Globe” [Volume 10, Issue 3, 2021, Pages 158-161]
  • Life Disparity A Decomposition of Life Expectancy and Life Disparity: Comparison Between Hong Kong and Japan [Volume 10, Issue 1, 2021, Pages 5-13]
  • Life Expectancy A Decomposition of Life Expectancy and Life Disparity: Comparison Between Hong Kong and Japan [Volume 10, Issue 1, 2021, Pages 5-13]
  • Linkage to Care Legal and Ethical Challenges in Developing a Dutch Nationwide Hepatitis C Retrieval Project (CELINE) [Volume 10, Issue 3, 2021, Pages 113-117]
  • Livelihoods Doctor Retention or Migration: From Ireland to the World?; Comment on “Doctor Retention: A Cross-sectional Study of How Ireland Has Been Losing the Battle” [Volume 10, Issue 10, 2021, Pages 654-657]
  • LMIC Health Policy Application of “Actor Interface Analysis” to Examine Practices of Power in Health Policy Implementation: An Interpretive Synthesis and Guiding Steps [Volume 10, Special Issue on Analysing the Politics of Health Policy Change in LMICs, 2021, Pages 430-442]
  • LMICs A Systematic Review of Tobacco Industry Tactics in Southeast Asia: Lessons for Other Low- And MiddleIncome Regions [Volume 10, Issue 6, 2021, Pages 324-337]
  • Long-term Care Ageing in Asia: Beyond the Astana Declaration Towards Financing Long-term Care for All; Comment on “Financing Long-term Care: Lessons From Japan” [Volume 10, Issue 1, 2021, Pages 32-35]
  • Low- and Middle-Income Countries Community Health Workers as Influential Health System Actors and not “Just Another Pair Of Hands” [Volume 10, Issue 8, 2021, Pages 465-474]
  • Low- and Middle-Income Countries A Narrative Synthesis Review of Out-of-Pocket Payments for Health Services Under Insurance Regimes: A Policy Implementation Gap Hindering Universal Health Coverage in Sub-Saharan Africa [Volume 10, Special Issue on Analysing the Politics of Health Policy Change in LMICs, 2021, Pages 443-461]
  • Low- and Middle-Income Countries (LMICs) Conceptualizing the Organization of Surgical Services; Comment on “Decentralization and Regionalization of Surgical Care: A Review of Evidence for the Optimal Distribution of Surgical Services in Low- and Middle-Income Countries” [Volume 10, Issue 4, 2021, Pages 218-220]
  • Low Back Pain Attributes Underlying Non-surgical Treatment Choice for People With Low Back Pain: A Systematic Mixed Studies Review [Volume 10, Issue 4, 2021, Pages 201-210]

M

  • Malaria Priority Setting in HIV, Tuberculosis, and Malaria – New Cost-Effectiveness Results From WHO-CHOICE [Volume 10, Special Issue on WHO-CHOICE Update, 2021, Pages 678-696]
  • Malnutrition Addressing Malnutrition: The Importance of Political Economy Analysis of Power [Volume 10, Special Issue on Political Economy of Food Systems, 2021, Pages 809-816]
  • Malnutrition The Basic Determinants of Malnutrition: Resources, Structures, Ideas and Power [Volume 10, Special Issue on Political Economy of Food Systems, 2021, Pages 817-827]
  • Masculinity Leaving No Man Behind: How Differentiated Service Delivery Models Increase Men’s Engagement in HIV Care [Volume 10, Issue 3, 2021, Pages 129-140]
  • Mass Drug Administration A Cross-sectional Analysis of Facebook Comments to Study Public Perception of the Mass Drug Administration Program in the Philippines [Volume 10, Issue 5, 2021, Pages 266-272]
  • Maternal Health Decentralization and Regionalization: Redesigning Health Systems for High Quality Maternity Care; Comment on “Decentralization and Regionalization of Surgical Care: A Review of Evidence for the Optimal Distribution of Surgical Services in Low- and Middle-Income Countries” [Volume 10, Issue 4, 2021, Pages 215-217]
  • Maternal Health Financing Maternity and Early Childhood Healthcare in The Australian Healthcare System: Costs to Funders in Private and Public Hospitals Over the First 1000 Days [Volume 10, Issue 9, 2021, Pages 554-563]
  • Maternal Health Cost of Utilising Maternal Health Services in Low- and Middle-Income Countries: A Systematic Review [Volume 10, Issue 9, 2021, Pages 564-577]
  • Maternal Health “The Actor Is Policy”: Application of Elite Theory to Explore Actors’ Interests and Power Underlying Maternal Health Policies in Uganda, 2000-2015 [Volume 10, Special Issue on Analysing the Politics of Health Policy Change in LMICs, 2021, Pages 388-401]
  • Maternal Health Cost-Effectiveness of Interventions to Improve Maternal, Newborn and Child Health Outcomes: A WHO-CHOICE Analysis for Eastern Sub-Saharan Africa and South-East Asia [Volume 10, Special Issue on WHO-CHOICE Update, 2021, Pages 706-723]
  • Medical Education Expanding Medical Education and Task Shifting; Comment on “Doctor Retention: A Cross-sectional Study of How Ireland Has Been Losing the Battle” [Volume 10, Issue 10, 2021, Pages 664-666]
  • Medical-Industrial Complex The Rise of the Consucrat [Volume 10, Issue 4, 2021, Pages 176-180]
  • Medical Workforce Approaches to Facilitate Improved Recruitment, Development, and Retention of the Rural and Remote Medical Workforce: A Scoping Review Protocol [Volume 10, Issue 1, 2021, Pages 22-28]
  • Medicare for All Separated at Birth: The Politics of Pharmacare for All in Canada and Medicare for All in the United States; Comment on “Universal Pharmacare in Canada” [Volume 10, Issue 3, 2021, Pages 162-164]
  • Mental Health The Effectiveness of a Multi-Pronged Psycho-Social Intervention Among People With Mental Health and Epilepsy Problems - A Pre-Post Prospective Cohort Study Set in North India [Volume 10, Issue 9, 2021, Pages 546-553]
  • Mental Health Cost-Effectiveness of Population Level and Individual Level Interventions to Combat Non-communicable Disease in Eastern Sub-Saharan Africa and South East Asia: A WHO-CHOICE Analysis [Volume 10, Special Issue on WHO-CHOICE Update, 2021, Pages 724-733]
  • Methodological Congruence Reflections on Methodological Congruence in Systems and Complexity-Informed Research; Comment on “What Can Policy-Makers Get Out of Systems Thinking? Policy Partners’ Experiences of a Systems-Focused Research Collaboration in Preventive Health” [Volume 10, Issue 6, 2021, Pages 347-350]
  • Methodologies Reflections on Methodological Congruence in Systems and Complexity-Informed Research; Comment on “What Can Policy-Makers Get Out of Systems Thinking? Policy Partners’ Experiences of a Systems-Focused Research Collaboration in Preventive Health” [Volume 10, Issue 6, 2021, Pages 347-350]
  • Micro Health Insurance Education and Experience as Determinants of Micro Health Insurance Enrolment [Volume 10, Issue 4, 2021, Pages 192-200]
  • Migrant Health The Multifaceted Pathways Linking Populism to Ethnic Minority Health; Comment on “A Scoping Review of Populist Radical Right Parties’ Influence on Welfare Policy and its Implications for Population Health in Europe” [Volume 10, Issue 9, 2021, Pages 588-590]
  • Migration Doctor Retention: A Cross-sectional Study of How Ireland Has Been Losing the Battle [Volume 10, Issue 6, 2021, Pages 299-309]
  • Migration Doctor Retention in Ireland - What it may mean for the Global Health Workforce Reform Agenda; Comment on “Doctor Retention: A Cross-sectional Study of How Ireland Has Been Losing the Battle” [Volume 10, Issue 10, 2021, Pages 647-649]
  • Migration Doctor Retention in Ireland - Where Are the Failings That Prolong the Problem?; Comment on “Doctor Retention: A Cross-sectional Study of How Ireland Has Been Losing the Battle” [Volume 10, Issue 10, 2021, Pages 650-653]
  • Migration Doctor Retention or Migration: From Ireland to the World?; Comment on “Doctor Retention: A Cross-sectional Study of How Ireland Has Been Losing the Battle” [Volume 10, Issue 10, 2021, Pages 654-657]
  • Migration Training, Migration and Retention of Doctors: Is Ireland a Danaides’ Jar?; Comment on “Doctor Retention: A Cross-sectional Study of How Ireland Has Been Losing the Battle” [Volume 10, Issue 10, 2021, Pages 658-659]
  • Migration Motivation Migration, Retention and Return Migration of Health Professionals; Comment on “Doctor Retention: A Cross-sectional Study of How Ireland Has Been Losing the Battle” [Volume 10, Issue 10, 2021, Pages 667-669]
  • Millennium Development Goals “The Actor Is Policy”: Application of Elite Theory to Explore Actors’ Interests and Power Underlying Maternal Health Policies in Uganda, 2000-2015 [Volume 10, Special Issue on Analysing the Politics of Health Policy Change in LMICs, 2021, Pages 388-401]
  • Ministries of Health Governance Roles and Capacities of Ministries of Health: A Multidimensional Framework [Volume 10, Issue 5, 2021, Pages 237-243]
  • Mortality A Decomposition of Life Expectancy and Life Disparity: Comparison Between Hong Kong and Japan [Volume 10, Issue 1, 2021, Pages 5-13]
  • Multicriteria Approaches Deliberative Processes by Health Technology Assessment Agencies: A Reflection on Legitimacy, Values and Patient and Public Involvement; Comment on “Use of Evidence-informed Deliberative Processes by Health Technology Assessment Agencies Around the Globe” [Volume 10, Issue 4, 2021, Pages 228-231]
  • Multi-criteria Decision Analysis Fostering Responsible Innovation in Health: An EvidenceInformed Assessment Tool for Innovation Stakeholders [Volume 10, Issue 4, 2021, Pages 181-191]
  • Multi-level Methods Is a Decentralised Health Policy Associated With Better Self-rated Health and Health Services Evaluation? A Comparative Study of European Countries [Volume 10, Issue 2, 2021, Pages 55-66]

N

  • Nativism Getting the Problem Definition Right: The Radical Right, Populism, Nativism and Public Health; Comment on “A Scoping Review of Populist Radical Right Parties’ Influence on Welfare Policy and its Implications for Population Health in Europe” [Volume 10, Issue 8, 2021, Pages 523-527]
  • NCD Cost-Effectiveness of Population Level and Individual Level Interventions to Combat Non-communicable Disease in Eastern Sub-Saharan Africa and South East Asia: A WHO-CHOICE Analysis [Volume 10, Special Issue on WHO-CHOICE Update, 2021, Pages 724-733]
  • NCDs The QUEST for Effective and Equitable Policies to Prevent Non-communicable Diseases: Co-Production Lessons From Stakeholder Workshops [Volume 10, Issue 10, 2021, Pages 638-646]
  • Necropolitics The Pandemic, Patient Advocacy, and the Importance of Thinking; Comment on “The Rise of the Consucrat” [Volume 10, Issue 8, 2021, Pages 500-502]
  • New Zealand Games People Play: Lessons on Performance Measure Gaming from New Zealand; Comment on “Gaming New Zealand’s Emergency Department Target: How and Why Did It Vary Over Time and Between Organisations?” [Volume 10, Issue 4, 2021, Pages 225-227]
  • New Zealand Improve the Design and Implementation of Metrics From the Perspective of Complexity Science; Comment on “Gaming New Zealand’s Emergency Department Target: How and Why Did It Vary Over Time and Between Organisations?” [Volume 10, Issue 5, 2021, Pages 273-276]
  • New Zealand If Gaming is the Problem, Is “Complexity Thinking” the Answer? A Response to the Recent Commentaries [Volume 10, Issue 6, 2021, Pages 354-355]
  • Nigeria How Do Nigerian Newspapers Report Corruption in the Health System? [Volume 10, Issue 2, 2021, Pages 77-85]
  • Non-communicable Disease What Generates Attention to Health in Trade PolicyMaking? Lessons From Success in Tobacco Control and Access to Medicines: A Qualitative Study of Australia and the (Comprehensive and Progressive) Trans-Pacific Partnership [Volume 10, Issue 10, 2021, Pages 613-624]
  • Non-communicable Disease Cost-Effectiveness of Population Level and Individual Level Interventions to Combat Non-communicable Disease in Eastern Sub-Saharan Africa and South East Asia: A WHO-CHOICE Analysis [Volume 10, Special Issue on WHO-CHOICE Update, 2021, Pages 724-733]
  • Non-communicable Diseases (NCDs) International Trade and Investment Agreements as Barriers to Food Environment Regulation for Public Health Nutrition: A Realist Review [Volume 10, Special Issue on Political Economy of Food Systems, 2021, Pages 745-765]
  • NOURISHING Framework Achieving Food System Transformation: Insights From A Retrospective Review of Nutrition Policy (In)Action in High-Income Countries [Volume 10, Special Issue on Political Economy of Food Systems, 2021, Pages 766-783]
  • Nutrition Towards Preventing and Managing Conflict of Interest in Nutrition Policy? An Analysis of Submissions to a Consultation on a Draft WHO Tool [Volume 10, Issue 5, 2021, Pages 255-265]
  • Nutrition Addressing Malnutrition: The Importance of Political Economy Analysis of Power [Volume 10, Special Issue on Political Economy of Food Systems, 2021, Pages 809-816]
  • Nutrition Challenges to Establish Effective Public-Private Partnerships to Address Malnutrition in All Its Forms [Volume 10, Special Issue on Political Economy of Food Systems, 2021, Pages 934-945]
  • Nutrition The Political Economy of Healthy and Sustainable Food Systems: An Introduction to a Special Issue [Volume 10, Special Issue on Political Economy of Food Systems, 2021, Pages 734-744]
  • Nutrition Policy Benchmarking Food and Beverage Companies on Obesity Prevention and Nutrition Policies: Evaluation of the BIA-Obesity Australia Initiative, 2017-2019 [Volume 10, Special Issue on Political Economy of Food Systems, 2021, Pages 857-870]
  • Nutrition Policy First Nations Peoples’ Participation in the Development of Population-Wide Food and Nutrition Policy in Australia: A Political Economy and Cultural Safety Analysis [Volume 10, Special Issue on Political Economy of Food Systems, 2021, Pages 871-885]
  • Nutrition Policy Achieving Food System Transformation: Insights From A Retrospective Review of Nutrition Policy (In)Action in High-Income Countries [Volume 10, Special Issue on Political Economy of Food Systems, 2021, Pages 766-783]
  • Nutrition Policy International Trade and Investment Agreements as Barriers to Food Environment Regulation for Public Health Nutrition: A Realist Review [Volume 10, Special Issue on Political Economy of Food Systems, 2021, Pages 745-765]
  • Nutrition Policy Drawing on Strategic Management Approaches to Inform Nutrition Policy Design: An Applied Policy Analysis for Salt Reduction in Packaged Foods [Volume 10, Special Issue on Political Economy of Food Systems, 2021, Pages 896-908]

O

  • Obesity Prevention Benchmarking Food and Beverage Companies on Obesity Prevention and Nutrition Policies: Evaluation of the BIA-Obesity Australia Initiative, 2017-2019 [Volume 10, Special Issue on Political Economy of Food Systems, 2021, Pages 857-870]
  • OECD countries Achieving Food System Transformation: Insights From A Retrospective Review of Nutrition Policy (In)Action in High-Income Countries [Volume 10, Special Issue on Political Economy of Food Systems, 2021, Pages 766-783]
  • Organisational Change Benchmarking Food and Beverage Companies on Obesity Prevention and Nutrition Policies: Evaluation of the BIA-Obesity Australia Initiative, 2017-2019 [Volume 10, Special Issue on Political Economy of Food Systems, 2021, Pages 857-870]
  • Out-of-Pocket Payments A Narrative Synthesis Review of Out-of-Pocket Payments for Health Services Under Insurance Regimes: A Policy Implementation Gap Hindering Universal Health Coverage in Sub-Saharan Africa [Volume 10, Special Issue on Analysing the Politics of Health Policy Change in LMICs, 2021, Pages 443-461]

P

  • Pandemic Exploring the Impact of COVID-19 on the Sustainability of Health Critical Care Systems in South America [Volume 10, Issue 8, 2021, Pages 462-464]
  • Pandemic The Pandemic, Patient Advocacy, and the Importance of Thinking; Comment on “The Rise of the Consucrat” [Volume 10, Issue 8, 2021, Pages 500-502]
  • Partisanship Researching the Welfare Impact of Populist Radical Right Parties; Comment on “A Scoping Review of Populist Radical Right Parties’ Influence on Welfare Policy and its Implications for Population Health in Europe” [Volume 10, Issue 8, 2021, Pages 516-518]
  • Patent Term Extension Development Time and Patent Extension for Prescription Drugs in Canada: A Cohort Study [Volume 10, Issue 8, 2021, Pages 495-499]
  • Patient advocacy The Pandemic, Patient Advocacy, and the Importance of Thinking; Comment on “The Rise of the Consucrat” [Volume 10, Issue 8, 2021, Pages 500-502]
  • Patient and Public Involvement (PPI) Deliberative Processes by Health Technology Assessment Agencies: A Reflection on Legitimacy, Values and Patient and Public Involvement; Comment on “Use of Evidence-informed Deliberative Processes by Health Technology Assessment Agencies Around the Globe” [Volume 10, Issue 4, 2021, Pages 228-231]
  • Patient-Centred Care Patient-Centred Care for Patients With Diabetes and HIV at a Public Tertiary Hospital in South Africa: An Ethnographic Study [Volume 10, Issue 9, 2021, Pages 534-545]
  • Patient Engagement Patient, Public, Consumer, and Community Engagement: From Consucrat to Representative; Comment on “The Rise of the Consucrat” [Volume 10, Issue 8, 2021, Pages 503-506]
  • Patient Participation Patient, Public, Consumer, and Community Engagement: From Consucrat to Representative; Comment on “The Rise of the Consucrat” [Volume 10, Issue 8, 2021, Pages 503-506]
  • Pediatrics Unresolved Issues in Implementing Integrated Management of Childhood Illness (IMCI) Approach [Volume 10, Issue 5, 2021, Pages 293-294]
  • Performance Community Health Workers as Influential Health System Actors and not “Just Another Pair Of Hands” [Volume 10, Issue 8, 2021, Pages 465-474]
  • Performance-Based Financing Transnational Networks’ Contribution to Health Policy Diffusion: A Mixed Method Study of the Performance-Based Financing Community of Practice in Africa [Volume 10, Issue 6, 2021, Pages 310-323]
  • Performance-Based Financing “It Depends on What They Experience in Each Health Facility. Some Are Satisfied, Others Are Not.” A MixedMethods Exploration of Health Workers’ Attitudes Towards Performance-Based Financing in Burkina Faso [Volume 10, Issue 8, 2021, Pages 483-494]
  • Performance Improvement Beyond Targets: Measuring Better and Rebuilding Trust; Comment on “Gaming New Zealand’s Emergency Department Target: How and Why Did It Vary Over Time and Between Organisations?” [Volume 10, Issue 4, 2021, Pages 221-224]
  • Performance Management If Gaming is the Problem, Is “Complexity Thinking” the Answer? A Response to the Recent Commentaries [Volume 10, Issue 6, 2021, Pages 354-355]
  • Performance Measurement Beyond Targets: Measuring Better and Rebuilding Trust; Comment on “Gaming New Zealand’s Emergency Department Target: How and Why Did It Vary Over Time and Between Organisations?” [Volume 10, Issue 4, 2021, Pages 221-224]
  • Perinatal Health Financing Maternity and Early Childhood Healthcare in The Australian Healthcare System: Costs to Funders in Private and Public Hospitals Over the First 1000 Days [Volume 10, Issue 9, 2021, Pages 554-563]
  • Pharmaceuticals The Challenges of Canadian Pharmacare Are More Complicated Than Acknowledged; Comment on “Universal Pharmacare in Canada” [Volume 10, Issue 3, 2021, Pages 152-154]
  • Pharmaceuticals Understanding the Battle for Universal Pharmacare in Canada; Comment on “Universal Pharmacare in Canada” [Volume 10, Issue 3, 2021, Pages 168-171]
  • Philippines A Cross-sectional Analysis of Facebook Comments to Study Public Perception of the Mass Drug Administration Program in the Philippines [Volume 10, Issue 5, 2021, Pages 266-272]
  • Philippines The Practice of Power by Regional Managers in the Implementation of an Indigenous Peoples Health Policy in the Philippines [Volume 10, Special Issue on Analysing the Politics of Health Policy Change in LMICs, 2021, Pages 402-413]
  • Policy Climate Change and Telemedicine: A Prospective View [Volume 10, Issue 1, 2021, Pages 45-46]
  • Policy Rhetoric or Reform? Changing Health and Social Care in Wales [Volume 10, Issue 6, 2021, Pages 295-298]
  • Policy Unresolved Issues in Implementing Integrated Management of Childhood Illness (IMCI) Approach [Volume 10, Issue 5, 2021, Pages 293-294]
  • Policy The QUEST for Effective and Equitable Policies to Prevent Non-communicable Diseases: Co-Production Lessons From Stakeholder Workshops [Volume 10, Issue 10, 2021, Pages 638-646]
  • Policy Doctor Retention in Ireland - What it may mean for the Global Health Workforce Reform Agenda; Comment on “Doctor Retention: A Cross-sectional Study of How Ireland Has Been Losing the Battle” [Volume 10, Issue 10, 2021, Pages 647-649]
  • Policy Doctor Retention or Migration: From Ireland to the World?; Comment on “Doctor Retention: A Cross-sectional Study of How Ireland Has Been Losing the Battle” [Volume 10, Issue 10, 2021, Pages 654-657]
  • Policy Analysis Policy Adoption and the Implementation Woes of the Intersectoral First 1000 Days of Childhood Initiative, In the Western Cape Province of South Africa [Volume 10, Special Issue on Analysing the Politics of Health Policy Change in LMICs, 2021, Pages 364-375]
  • Policy Analysis International Trade and Investment Agreements as Barriers to Food Environment Regulation for Public Health Nutrition: A Realist Review [Volume 10, Special Issue on Political Economy of Food Systems, 2021, Pages 745-765]
  • Policy Analysis Understanding the Impact of Historical Policy Legacies on Nutrition Policy Space: Economic Policy Agendas and Current Food Policy Paradigms in Ghana [Volume 10, Special Issue on Political Economy of Food Systems, 2021, Pages 909-922]
  • Policy Elites “The Actor Is Policy”: Application of Elite Theory to Explore Actors’ Interests and Power Underlying Maternal Health Policies in Uganda, 2000-2015 [Volume 10, Special Issue on Analysing the Politics of Health Policy Change in LMICs, 2021, Pages 388-401]
  • Policy Feedback Issue Competition and the Social Construction of Target Populations: Alternative Suggestions for the Study of the Influence of Populist Radical Right Parties on Health Policy and Health Outcomes; Comment on “A Scoping Review of Populist Radical Right Parties’ Influence on Welfare Policy and its Implications for Population Health in Europe” [Volume 10, Issue 9, 2021, Pages 591-593]
  • Policy Implementation Improve the Design and Implementation of Metrics From the Perspective of Complexity Science; Comment on “Gaming New Zealand’s Emergency Department Target: How and Why Did It Vary Over Time and Between Organisations?” [Volume 10, Issue 5, 2021, Pages 273-276]
  • Policy Implementation Sometimes Resigned, Sometimes Conflicted, and Mostly Risk Averse: Primary Care Doctors in India as Street Level Bureaucrats [Volume 10, Special Issue on Analysing the Politics of Health Policy Change in LMICs, 2021, Pages 376-387]
  • Policy Implementation Gap A Narrative Synthesis Review of Out-of-Pocket Payments for Health Services Under Insurance Regimes: A Policy Implementation Gap Hindering Universal Health Coverage in Sub-Saharan Africa [Volume 10, Special Issue on Analysing the Politics of Health Policy Change in LMICs, 2021, Pages 443-461]
  • Policy-makers Sense-Making, Mutual Learning and Cognitive Shifts When Applying Systems Thinking in Public Health – Examples From Sweden; Comment on “What Can Policy-Makers Get Out of Systems Thinking? Policy Partners’ Experiences of a Systems-Focused Research Collaboration in Preventive Health” [Volume 10, Issue 6, 2021, Pages 338-342]
  • Policy-Making Overcoming Barriers to Applying Systems Thinking Mental Models in Policy-Making; Comment on “What Can Policy-Makers Get Out of Systems Thinking? Policy Partners’ Experiences of a Systems-Focused Research Collaboration in Preventive Health” [Volume 10, Issue 5, 2021, Pages 281-283]
  • Policy-Making But Does It Work? Evidence, Policy-Making and Systems Thinking; Comment on “What Can Policy-Makers Get Out of Systems Thinking? Policy Partners’ Experiences of a Systems-Focused Research Collaboration in Preventive Health” [Volume 10, Issue 5, 2021, Pages 287-289]
  • Policy Process Introduction to the Special Issue on “Analysing the Politics of Health Policy Change in Low- and Middle-Income Countries: The HPA Fellowship Programme 2017-2019” [Volume 10, Special Issue on Analysing the Politics of Health Policy Change in LMICs, 2021, Pages 360-363]
  • Political Determinants of Health Are Populist Leaders Creating the Conditions for the Spread of COVID-19?; Comment on “A Scoping Review of Populist Radical Right Parties’ Influence on Welfare Policy and its Implications for Population Health in Europe” [Volume 10, Issue 8, 2021, Pages 511-515]
  • Political Economy First Nations Peoples’ Participation in the Development of Population-Wide Food and Nutrition Policy in Australia: A Political Economy and Cultural Safety Analysis [Volume 10, Special Issue on Political Economy of Food Systems, 2021, Pages 871-885]
  • Political Economy Understanding the Impact of Historical Policy Legacies on Nutrition Policy Space: Economic Policy Agendas and Current Food Policy Paradigms in Ghana [Volume 10, Special Issue on Political Economy of Food Systems, 2021, Pages 909-922]
  • Political Economy What You Don’t Know About the Codex Can Hurt You: How Trade Policy Trumps Global Health Governance in Infant and Young Child Nutrition [Volume 10, Special Issue on Political Economy of Food Systems, 2021, Pages 983-997]
  • Political Economy The Political Economy of Healthy and Sustainable Food Systems: An Introduction to a Special Issue [Volume 10, Special Issue on Political Economy of Food Systems, 2021, Pages 734-744]
  • Political Parties Issue Competition and the Social Construction of Target Populations: Alternative Suggestions for the Study of the Influence of Populist Radical Right Parties on Health Policy and Health Outcomes; Comment on “A Scoping Review of Populist Radical Right Parties’ Influence on Welfare Policy and its Implications for Population Health in Europe” [Volume 10, Issue 9, 2021, Pages 591-593]
  • Politics The Rise of the Consucrat [Volume 10, Issue 4, 2021, Pages 176-180]
  • Politics Welfare Chauvinism, Populist Radical Right Parties and Health Inequalities; Comment on “A Scoping Review of Populist Radical Right Parties’ Influence on Welfare Policy and its Implications for Population Health in Europe” [Volume 10, Issue 9, 2021, Pages 581-584]
  • Politics The Political Economy of Healthy and Sustainable Food Systems: An Introduction to a Special Issue [Volume 10, Special Issue on Political Economy of Food Systems, 2021, Pages 734-744]
  • Politics of Health Right Wing Politics and Public Policy: The Need for a Broad Frame and Further Research; Comment on “A Scoping Review of Populist Radical Right Parties’ Influence on Welfare Policy and its Implications for Population Health in Europe” [Volume 10, Issue 8, 2021, Pages 519-522]
  • Population Ageing Ageing in Asia: Beyond the Astana Declaration Towards Financing Long-term Care for All; Comment on “Financing Long-term Care: Lessons From Japan” [Volume 10, Issue 1, 2021, Pages 32-35]
  • Populism Are Populist Leaders Creating the Conditions for the Spread of COVID-19?; Comment on “A Scoping Review of Populist Radical Right Parties’ Influence on Welfare Policy and its Implications for Population Health in Europe” [Volume 10, Issue 8, 2021, Pages 511-515]
  • Populism Getting the Problem Definition Right: The Radical Right, Populism, Nativism and Public Health; Comment on “A Scoping Review of Populist Radical Right Parties’ Influence on Welfare Policy and its Implications for Population Health in Europe” [Volume 10, Issue 8, 2021, Pages 523-527]
  • Populism Populism and Health Policy in Latin America; Comment on “A Scoping Review of Populist Radical Right Parties’ Influence on Welfare Policy and its Implications for Population Health in Europe” [Volume 10, Issue 9, 2021, Pages 585-587]
  • Populism The Multifaceted Pathways Linking Populism to Ethnic Minority Health; Comment on “A Scoping Review of Populist Radical Right Parties’ Influence on Welfare Policy and its Implications for Population Health in Europe” [Volume 10, Issue 9, 2021, Pages 588-590]
  • Populism Taking the Relationship Between Populism and Healthcare Seriously: A Call for Empirical Analysis Rather Than Moral Condemnation; Comment on “A Scoping Review of Populist Radical Right Parties’ Influence on Welfare Policy and its Implications for Population Health in Europe” [Volume 10, Issue 9, 2021, Pages 598-601]
  • Populist Radical Right A Scoping Review of Populist Radical Right Parties’ Influence on Welfare Policy and its Implications for Population Health in Europe [Volume 10, Issue 3, 2021, Pages 141-151]
  • Populist Radical Right Researching the Welfare Impact of Populist Radical Right Parties; Comment on “A Scoping Review of Populist Radical Right Parties’ Influence on Welfare Policy and its Implications for Population Health in Europe” [Volume 10, Issue 8, 2021, Pages 516-518]
  • Populist Radical Right Denial and Distraction: How the Populist Radical Right Responds to COVID-19; Comment on “A Scoping Review of PRR Parties’ Influence on Welfare Policy and its Implication for Population Health in Europe” [Volume 10, Issue 9, 2021, Pages 578-580]
  • Populist Radical Right Who Deserves Welfare and Who Does Not?; Comment on “A Scoping Review of Populist Radical Right Parties’ Influence on Welfare Policy and its Implications for Population Health in Europe” [Volume 10, Issue 9, 2021, Pages 594-597]
  • Postdoctoral Training Destination Impact! The Many Roads to Influencing Health System Change: A Response to Recent Commentaries [Volume 10, Issue 2, 2021, Pages 111-112]
  • Power Redressing the Corporate Cultivation of Consumption: Releasing the Weapons of the Structurally Weak [Volume 10, Special Issue on Political Economy of Food Systems, 2021, Pages 784-792]
  • Power Addressing Malnutrition: The Importance of Political Economy Analysis of Power [Volume 10, Special Issue on Political Economy of Food Systems, 2021, Pages 809-816]
  • Power The Basic Determinants of Malnutrition: Resources, Structures, Ideas and Power [Volume 10, Special Issue on Political Economy of Food Systems, 2021, Pages 817-827]
  • Power The Political Economy of Healthy and Sustainable Food Systems: An Introduction to a Special Issue [Volume 10, Special Issue on Political Economy of Food Systems, 2021, Pages 734-744]
  • Power Systematic Review Application of “Actor Interface Analysis” to Examine Practices of Power in Health Policy Implementation: An Interpretive Synthesis and Guiding Steps [Volume 10, Special Issue on Analysing the Politics of Health Policy Change in LMICs, 2021, Pages 430-442]
  • Practice of Power The Practice of Power by Regional Managers in the Implementation of an Indigenous Peoples Health Policy in the Philippines [Volume 10, Special Issue on Analysing the Politics of Health Policy Change in LMICs, 2021, Pages 402-413]
  • Preference Attributes Underlying Non-surgical Treatment Choice for People With Low Back Pain: A Systematic Mixed Studies Review [Volume 10, Issue 4, 2021, Pages 201-210]
  • Prevention The Challenges of Putting Systems Thinking into Practice; Comment on “What Can Policy-Makers Get Out of Systems Thinking? Policy Partners’ Experiences of a Systems-Focused Research Collaboration in Preventive Health” [Volume 10, Issue 5, 2021, Pages 290-292]
  • Preventive Health Applying a Systems Perspective to Preventive Health: How Can It Be Useful?; Comment on “What Can Policy-Makers Get Out of Systems Thinking? Policy Partners’ Experiences of a Systems-Focused Research Collaboration in Preventive Health” [Volume 10, Issue 6, 2021, Pages 343-346]
  • Primary Care Patients’ Coping Behaviors to Unavailability of Essential Medicines in Primary Care in Developed Urban China [Volume 10, Issue 1, 2021, Pages 14-21]
  • Primary Health Sometimes Resigned, Sometimes Conflicted, and Mostly Risk Averse: Primary Care Doctors in India as Street Level Bureaucrats [Volume 10, Special Issue on Analysing the Politics of Health Policy Change in LMICs, 2021, Pages 376-387]
  • Prime Vendor Acceptability of a Prime Vendor System in Public Healthcare Facilities in Tanzania [Volume 10, Issue 10, 2021, Pages 625-637]
  • Priority Setting Evidence-Informed Deliberative Processes for HTA Around the Globe: Exploring the Next Frontiers of HTA and Best Practices; Comment on “Use of Evidence-informed Deliberative Processes by Health Technology Assessment Agencies Around the Globe” [Volume 10, Issue 4, 2021, Pages 232-236]
  • Priority Setting Priority Setting in HIV, Tuberculosis, and Malaria – New Cost-Effectiveness Results From WHO-CHOICE [Volume 10, Special Issue on WHO-CHOICE Update, 2021, Pages 678-696]
  • Problem-Solving Without Systems and Complexity Thinking There Is no Progress - or Why Bureaucracy Needs to Become Curious; Comment on “What Can Policy-Makers Get out of Systems Thinking? Policy Partners’ Experiences of a Systems-Focused Research Collaboration in Preventive Health” [Volume 10, Issue 5, 2021, Pages 277-280]
  • Processed Meat Understanding the Political Challenge of Red and Processed Meat Reduction for Healthy and Sustainable Food Systems: A Narrative Review of the Literature [Volume 10, Special Issue on Political Economy of Food Systems, 2021, Pages 793-808]
  • Professionalisation The Rise of the Consucrat [Volume 10, Issue 4, 2021, Pages 176-180]
  • Promoting Intersectoral Collaboration Promoting Intersectoral Collaboration Through the Evaluations of Public Health Interventions: Insights From Key Informants in 6 European Countries [Volume 10, Issue 2, 2021, Pages 67-76]
  • Psychosocial The Effectiveness of a Multi-Pronged Psycho-Social Intervention Among People With Mental Health and Epilepsy Problems - A Pre-Post Prospective Cohort Study Set in North India [Volume 10, Issue 9, 2021, Pages 546-553]
  • Public Health The Legal Determinants of Health: How Can We Achieve Universal Health Coverage and What Does it Mean? [Volume 10, Issue 1, 2021, Pages 1-4]
  • Public Health The Challenges of Putting Systems Thinking into Practice; Comment on “What Can Policy-Makers Get Out of Systems Thinking? Policy Partners’ Experiences of a Systems-Focused Research Collaboration in Preventive Health” [Volume 10, Issue 5, 2021, Pages 290-292]
  • Public Health The QUEST for Effective and Equitable Policies to Prevent Non-communicable Diseases: Co-Production Lessons From Stakeholder Workshops [Volume 10, Issue 10, 2021, Pages 638-646]
  • Public Health Denial and Distraction: How the Populist Radical Right Responds to COVID-19; Comment on “A Scoping Review of PRR Parties’ Influence on Welfare Policy and its Implication for Population Health in Europe” [Volume 10, Issue 9, 2021, Pages 578-580]
  • Public Health Welfare Chauvinism, Populist Radical Right Parties and Health Inequalities; Comment on “A Scoping Review of Populist Radical Right Parties’ Influence on Welfare Policy and its Implications for Population Health in Europe” [Volume 10, Issue 9, 2021, Pages 581-584]
  • Public Health Who Deserves Welfare and Who Does Not?; Comment on “A Scoping Review of Populist Radical Right Parties’ Influence on Welfare Policy and its Implications for Population Health in Europe” [Volume 10, Issue 9, 2021, Pages 594-597]
  • Public Health Call for Emergency Action to Limit Global Temperature Increases, Restore Biodiversity, and Protect Health; Wealthy Nations Must Do Much More, Much Faster [Volume 10, Issue 10, 2021, Pages 602-604]
  • Public Health Interventions Promoting Intersectoral Collaboration Through the Evaluations of Public Health Interventions: Insights From Key Informants in 6 European Countries [Volume 10, Issue 2, 2021, Pages 67-76]
  • Public Health Nutrition Understanding the Impact of Historical Policy Legacies on Nutrition Policy Space: Economic Policy Agendas and Current Food Policy Paradigms in Ghana [Volume 10, Special Issue on Political Economy of Food Systems, 2021, Pages 909-922]
  • Public Health Practice A Cross-sectional Analysis of Facebook Comments to Study Public Perception of the Mass Drug Administration Program in the Philippines [Volume 10, Issue 5, 2021, Pages 266-272]
  • Public-Private Partnerships Challenges to Establish Effective Public-Private Partnerships to Address Malnutrition in All Its Forms [Volume 10, Special Issue on Political Economy of Food Systems, 2021, Pages 934-945]
  • Public Sector Capacity Governance Roles and Capacities of Ministries of Health: A Multidimensional Framework [Volume 10, Issue 5, 2021, Pages 237-243]

Q

  • Qualitative Synthesis Application of “Actor Interface Analysis” to Examine Practices of Power in Health Policy Implementation: An Interpretive Synthesis and Guiding Steps [Volume 10, Special Issue on Analysing the Politics of Health Policy Change in LMICs, 2021, Pages 430-442]
  • Quality Decentralization and Regionalization of Surgical Care as a Critical Scale-up Strategy in Low- and Middle-Income Countries; Comment on “Decentralization and Regionalization of Surgical Care: A Review of Evidence for the Optimal Distribution of Surgical Services in Low- and Middle-Income Countries” [Volume 10, Issue 4, 2021, Pages 211-214]

R

  • Radical Right Getting the Problem Definition Right: The Radical Right, Populism, Nativism and Public Health; Comment on “A Scoping Review of Populist Radical Right Parties’ Influence on Welfare Policy and its Implications for Population Health in Europe” [Volume 10, Issue 8, 2021, Pages 523-527]
  • Rapid Research Can We Re-Imagine Research So It Is Timely, Relevant and Responsive?; Comment on “Experience of Health Leadership in Partnering with University-Based Researchers in Canada: A Call to ‘Re-Imagine’ Research” [Volume 10, Issue 3, 2021, Pages 172-175]
  • Realist Review Policy Action Within Urban African Food Systems to Promote Healthy Food Consumption: A Realist Synthesis in Ghana and Kenya [Volume 10, Special Issue on Political Economy of Food Systems, 2021, Pages 828-844]
  • Recruitment and Retention Approaches to Facilitate Improved Recruitment, Development, and Retention of the Rural and Remote Medical Workforce: A Scoping Review Protocol [Volume 10, Issue 1, 2021, Pages 22-28]
  • Red Meat Understanding the Political Challenge of Red and Processed Meat Reduction for Healthy and Sustainable Food Systems: A Narrative Review of the Literature [Volume 10, Special Issue on Political Economy of Food Systems, 2021, Pages 793-808]
  • Reforms Rhetoric or Reform? Changing Health and Social Care in Wales [Volume 10, Issue 6, 2021, Pages 295-298]
  • Refugee ‘Crisis’ Introducing Care Ethics into Humanitarianism; Comment on “A Crisis of Humanitarianism: Refugees at the Gates of Europe” [Volume 10, Issue 1, 2021, Pages 29-31]
  • Regenerative Medicines Japan’s Drug Regulation Framework: Aiming for Better Health or Bigger Profits? [Volume 10, Issue 1, 2021, Pages 47-48]
  • Regional Disparity Improving the Rural-Urban Balance in Cambodia’s Health Services [Volume 10, Issue 6, 2021, Pages 358-359]
  • Regional Inequality Dominant Factors Affecting Regional Inequality of Infant Mortality in Vietnam: A Structural Equation Modelling Analysis [Volume 10, Issue 8, 2021, Pages 475-482]
  • Regionalization Decentralization and Regionalization of Surgical Care as a Critical Scale-up Strategy in Low- and Middle-Income Countries; Comment on “Decentralization and Regionalization of Surgical Care: A Review of Evidence for the Optimal Distribution of Surgical Services in Low- and Middle-Income Countries” [Volume 10, Issue 4, 2021, Pages 211-214]
  • Regionalization Decentralization and Regionalization: Redesigning Health Systems for High Quality Maternity Care; Comment on “Decentralization and Regionalization of Surgical Care: A Review of Evidence for the Optimal Distribution of Surgical Services in Low- and Middle-Income Countries” [Volume 10, Issue 4, 2021, Pages 215-217]
  • Regionalization Conceptualizing the Organization of Surgical Services; Comment on “Decentralization and Regionalization of Surgical Care: A Review of Evidence for the Optimal Distribution of Surgical Services in Low- and Middle-Income Countries” [Volume 10, Issue 4, 2021, Pages 218-220]
  • Regulation Can Labelling Create Transformative Food System Change for Human and Planetary Health? A Case Study of Meat [Volume 10, Special Issue on Political Economy of Food Systems, 2021, Pages 923-933]
  • Reimbursement 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” [Volume 10, Issue 2, 2021, Pages 98-101]
  • Remote Collaboration Thinking Together, Working Apart: Leveraging a Community of Practice to Facilitate Productive and Meaningful Remote Collaboration [Volume 10, Issue 9, 2021, Pages 528-533]
  • Representation The Rise of the Consucrat [Volume 10, Issue 4, 2021, Pages 176-180]
  • Representation Patient, Public, Consumer, and Community Engagement: From Consucrat to Representative; Comment on “The Rise of the Consucrat” [Volume 10, Issue 8, 2021, Pages 503-506]
  • Research Capacity Building 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” [Volume 10, Issue 2, 2021, Pages 93-97]
  • Research Collaborations 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” [Volume 10, Issue 2, 2021, Pages 93-97]
  • Research Co-Production Can Systems Thinking Become “The Way We Do Things?”; Comment on “What Can Policy-Makers Get Out of Systems Thinking? Policy Partners’ Experiences of a Systems-Focused Research Collaboration in Preventive Health” [Volume 10, Issue 5, 2021, Pages 284-286]
  • Researcher Roles Reimagining Researchers in Health Research; Comment on “Experience of Health Leadership in Partnering With University-Based Researchers in Canada: A Call to ‘Re-Imagine’ Research” [Volume 10, Issue 2, 2021, Pages 86-89]
  • Research Funding Gastric Cancer: Bibliometric Analysis of Epidemiological, Geographical and Socio-Economic Parameters of the Global Research Landscape [Volume 10, Issue 3, 2021, Pages 118-128]
  • Research Impact 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” [Volume 10, Issue 2, 2021, Pages 93-97]
  • Research Impact Can We Build an Evidence Base on the Impact of Systems Thinking for Wicked Problems?; Comment on “What Can Policy-Makers Get Out of Systems Thinking? Policy Partners’ Experiences of a Systems-Focused Research Collaboration in Preventive Health” [Volume 10, Issue 6, 2021, Pages 351-353]
  • Research Networks 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” [Volume 10, Issue 2, 2021, Pages 93-97]
  • Research Partnership Cultivating Value Co-Creation in Health System Research; Comment on “Experience of Health Leadership in Partnering with University-Based Researchers in Canada – A Call to Re-imagine Research” [Volume 10, Issue 3, 2021, Pages 165-167]
  • Research Partnerships 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” [Volume 10, Issue 2, 2021, Pages 90-92]
  • Research Partnerships 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” [Volume 10, Issue 2, 2021, Pages 106-110]
  • Research Partnerships Can We Re-Imagine Research So It Is Timely, Relevant and Responsive?; Comment on “Experience of Health Leadership in Partnering with University-Based Researchers in Canada: A Call to ‘Re-Imagine’ Research” [Volume 10, Issue 3, 2021, Pages 172-175]
  • Research Partnerships Re-imagining Health Research Partnership in a Post-COVID World: A Response to Recent Commentaries [Volume 10, Issue 1, 2021, Pages 39-41]
  • Research Relationships Reimagining Researchers in Health Research; Comment on “Experience of Health Leadership in Partnering With University-Based Researchers in Canada: A Call to ‘Re-Imagine’ Research” [Volume 10, Issue 2, 2021, Pages 86-89]
  • Research-Service Gap 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” [Volume 10, Issue 3, 2021, Pages 155-157]
  • Resources The Basic Determinants of Malnutrition: Resources, Structures, Ideas and Power [Volume 10, Special Issue on Political Economy of Food Systems, 2021, Pages 817-827]
  • Responsible Innovation Fostering Responsible Innovation in Health: An EvidenceInformed Assessment Tool for Innovation Stakeholders [Volume 10, Issue 4, 2021, Pages 181-191]
  • Retention Doctor Retention in Ireland - What it may mean for the Global Health Workforce Reform Agenda; Comment on “Doctor Retention: A Cross-sectional Study of How Ireland Has Been Losing the Battle” [Volume 10, Issue 10, 2021, Pages 647-649]
  • Retention Migration, Retention and Return Migration of Health Professionals; Comment on “Doctor Retention: A Cross-sectional Study of How Ireland Has Been Losing the Battle” [Volume 10, Issue 10, 2021, Pages 667-669]
  • Retrieval Legal and Ethical Challenges in Developing a Dutch Nationwide Hepatitis C Retrieval Project (CELINE) [Volume 10, Issue 3, 2021, Pages 113-117]
  • Retrospective Study Italy Determinants Associated With the Risk of Emergency Department Visits Among Patients Receiving Integrated Home Care Services: A 6-Year Retrospective Observational Study in a Large Italian Region [Volume 10, Issue 10, 2021, Pages 605-612]
  • Right to Health African Physician Migration to High-Income Nations: Diverse Motives to Emigrate (“We Are not Florence Nightingale”) or Stay in Africa (“There Is No Place Like Home”); Comment on “Doctor Retention: A Cross-sectional Study of How Ireland Has Been Losing the Battle” [Volume 10, Issue 10, 2021, Pages 660-663]
  • Risk Factors Determinants Associated With the Risk of Emergency Department Visits Among Patients Receiving Integrated Home Care Services: A 6-Year Retrospective Observational Study in a Large Italian Region [Volume 10, Issue 10, 2021, Pages 605-612]
  • Rural and Remote Approaches to Facilitate Improved Recruitment, Development, and Retention of the Rural and Remote Medical Workforce: A Scoping Review Protocol [Volume 10, Issue 1, 2021, Pages 22-28]

S

  • Salt Reduction Drawing on Strategic Management Approaches to Inform Nutrition Policy Design: An Applied Policy Analysis for Salt Reduction in Packaged Foods [Volume 10, Special Issue on Political Economy of Food Systems, 2021, Pages 896-908]
  • Self-rated Health Is a Decentralised Health Policy Associated With Better Self-rated Health and Health Services Evaluation? A Comparative Study of European Countries [Volume 10, Issue 2, 2021, Pages 55-66]
  • Semantic Analysis Transnational Networks’ Contribution to Health Policy Diffusion: A Mixed Method Study of the Performance-Based Financing Community of Practice in Africa [Volume 10, Issue 6, 2021, Pages 310-323]
  • Service Delivery Conceptualizing the Organization of Surgical Services; Comment on “Decentralization and Regionalization of Surgical Care: A Review of Evidence for the Optimal Distribution of Surgical Services in Low- and Middle-Income Countries” [Volume 10, Issue 4, 2021, Pages 218-220]
  • Service Delivery Redesign Decentralization and Regionalization: Redesigning Health Systems for High Quality Maternity Care; Comment on “Decentralization and Regionalization of Surgical Care: A Review of Evidence for the Optimal Distribution of Surgical Services in Low- and Middle-Income Countries” [Volume 10, Issue 4, 2021, Pages 215-217]
  • Service Utilization Patients’ Coping Behaviors to Unavailability of Essential Medicines in Primary Care in Developed Urban China [Volume 10, Issue 1, 2021, Pages 14-21]
  • Skill Birth Attendance Dominant Factors Affecting Regional Inequality of Infant Mortality in Vietnam: A Structural Equation Modelling Analysis [Volume 10, Issue 8, 2021, Pages 475-482]
  • Small Molecule Drugs Development Time and Patent Extension for Prescription Drugs in Canada: A Cohort Study [Volume 10, Issue 8, 2021, Pages 495-499]
  • Social Determinants Right Wing Politics and Public Policy: The Need for a Broad Frame and Further Research; Comment on “A Scoping Review of Populist Radical Right Parties’ Influence on Welfare Policy and its Implications for Population Health in Europe” [Volume 10, Issue 8, 2021, Pages 519-522]
  • Social Distancing Thinking Together, Working Apart: Leveraging a Community of Practice to Facilitate Productive and Meaningful Remote Collaboration [Volume 10, Issue 9, 2021, Pages 528-533]
  • Social Innovation Universal Access to Healthcare: The Case of South Africa in the Comparative Global Context of the Late Anthropocene Era [Volume 10, Issue 2, 2021, Pages 49-54]
  • Social License Finance’s Social License? Sugar, Farmland and Health [Volume 10, Special Issue on Political Economy of Food Systems, 2021, Pages 957-967]
  • Social Media A Cross-sectional Analysis of Facebook Comments to Study Public Perception of the Mass Drug Administration Program in the Philippines [Volume 10, Issue 5, 2021, Pages 266-272]
  • Social Network Analysis Transnational Networks’ Contribution to Health Policy Diffusion: A Mixed Method Study of the Performance-Based Financing Community of Practice in Africa [Volume 10, Issue 6, 2021, Pages 310-323]
  • Social Policy Welfare Chauvinism, Populist Radical Right Parties and Health Inequalities; Comment on “A Scoping Review of Populist Radical Right Parties’ Influence on Welfare Policy and its Implications for Population Health in Europe” [Volume 10, Issue 9, 2021, Pages 581-584]
  • Social Preferences HTA Agencies Need Evidence-Informed Deliberative Processes; Comment on “Use of Evidence-Informed Deliberative Processes by Health Technology Assessment Agencies Around the Globe” [Volume 10, Issue 3, 2021, Pages 158-161]
  • Social Values Towards an Explanation of the Social Value of Health Systems: An Interpretive Synthesis [Volume 10, Special Issue on Analysing the Politics of Health Policy Change in LMICs, 2021, Pages 414-429]
  • Socio-Economic Influences Gastric Cancer: Bibliometric Analysis of Epidemiological, Geographical and Socio-Economic Parameters of the Global Research Landscape [Volume 10, Issue 3, 2021, Pages 118-128]
  • Socio-Economic Status Dominant Factors Affecting Regional Inequality of Infant Mortality in Vietnam: A Structural Equation Modelling Analysis [Volume 10, Issue 8, 2021, Pages 475-482]
  • Soft Systems Methodology Sense-Making, Mutual Learning and Cognitive Shifts When Applying Systems Thinking in Public Health – Examples From Sweden; Comment on “What Can Policy-Makers Get Out of Systems Thinking? Policy Partners’ Experiences of a Systems-Focused Research Collaboration in Preventive Health” [Volume 10, Issue 6, 2021, Pages 338-342]
  • Solidarity Movement Introducing Care Ethics into Humanitarianism; Comment on “A Crisis of Humanitarianism: Refugees at the Gates of Europe” [Volume 10, Issue 1, 2021, Pages 29-31]
  • South Africa Universal Access to Healthcare: The Case of South Africa in the Comparative Global Context of the Late Anthropocene Era [Volume 10, Issue 2, 2021, Pages 49-54]
  • South Africa Leaving No Man Behind: How Differentiated Service Delivery Models Increase Men’s Engagement in HIV Care [Volume 10, Issue 3, 2021, Pages 129-140]
  • South Africa Patient-Centred Care for Patients With Diabetes and HIV at a Public Tertiary Hospital in South Africa: An Ethnographic Study [Volume 10, Issue 9, 2021, Pages 534-545]
  • South Africa Policy Adoption and the Implementation Woes of the Intersectoral First 1000 Days of Childhood Initiative, In the Western Cape Province of South Africa [Volume 10, Special Issue on Analysing the Politics of Health Policy Change in LMICs, 2021, Pages 364-375]
  • Southeast Asia A Systematic Review of Tobacco Industry Tactics in Southeast Asia: Lessons for Other Low- And MiddleIncome Regions [Volume 10, Issue 6, 2021, Pages 324-337]
  • South-East Asia Cost-Effectiveness of Interventions to Improve Maternal, Newborn and Child Health Outcomes: A WHO-CHOICE Analysis for Eastern Sub-Saharan Africa and South-East Asia [Volume 10, Special Issue on WHO-CHOICE Update, 2021, Pages 706-723]
  • Stomach Cancer Gastric Cancer: Bibliometric Analysis of Epidemiological, Geographical and Socio-Economic Parameters of the Global Research Landscape [Volume 10, Issue 3, 2021, Pages 118-128]
  • Strategies for Evaluation Promoting Intersectoral Collaboration Through the Evaluations of Public Health Interventions: Insights From Key Informants in 6 European Countries [Volume 10, Issue 2, 2021, Pages 67-76]
  • Street Level Bureaucracy Sometimes Resigned, Sometimes Conflicted, and Mostly Risk Averse: Primary Care Doctors in India as Street Level Bureaucrats [Volume 10, Special Issue on Analysing the Politics of Health Policy Change in LMICs, 2021, Pages 376-387]
  • Structure Redressing the Corporate Cultivation of Consumption: Releasing the Weapons of the Structurally Weak [Volume 10, Special Issue on Political Economy of Food Systems, 2021, Pages 784-792]
  • Structures The Basic Determinants of Malnutrition: Resources, Structures, Ideas and Power [Volume 10, Special Issue on Political Economy of Food Systems, 2021, Pages 817-827]
  • Sub-Saharan Africa Transnational Networks’ Contribution to Health Policy Diffusion: A Mixed Method Study of the Performance-Based Financing Community of Practice in Africa [Volume 10, Issue 6, 2021, Pages 310-323]
  • Sub-Saharan Africa African Physician Migration to High-Income Nations: Diverse Motives to Emigrate (“We Are not Florence Nightingale”) or Stay in Africa (“There Is No Place Like Home”); Comment on “Doctor Retention: A Cross-sectional Study of How Ireland Has Been Losing the Battle” [Volume 10, Issue 10, 2021, Pages 660-663]
  • Sub-Saharan Africa Cost-Effectiveness of Interventions to Improve Maternal, Newborn and Child Health Outcomes: A WHO-CHOICE Analysis for Eastern Sub-Saharan Africa and South-East Asia [Volume 10, Special Issue on WHO-CHOICE Update, 2021, Pages 706-723]
  • SubSaharan Africa A Narrative Synthesis Review of Out-of-Pocket Payments for Health Services Under Insurance Regimes: A Policy Implementation Gap Hindering Universal Health Coverage in Sub-Saharan Africa [Volume 10, Special Issue on Analysing the Politics of Health Policy Change in LMICs, 2021, Pages 443-461]
  • Sugar-Sweetened Beverages Ultra-Processed Profits: The Political Economy of Countering the Global Spread of Ultra-Processed Foods – A Synthesis Review on the Market and Political Practices of Transnational Food Corporations and Strategic Public Health Responses [Volume 10, Special Issue on Political Economy of Food Systems, 2021, Pages 968-982]
  • Supply Chain Acceptability of a Prime Vendor System in Public Healthcare Facilities in Tanzania [Volume 10, Issue 10, 2021, Pages 625-637]
  • Surgery Conceptualizing the Organization of Surgical Services; Comment on “Decentralization and Regionalization of Surgical Care: A Review of Evidence for the Optimal Distribution of Surgical Services in Low- and Middle-Income Countries” [Volume 10, Issue 4, 2021, Pages 218-220]
  • Surgical Scale-Up Decentralization and Regionalization of Surgical Care as a Critical Scale-up Strategy in Low- and Middle-Income Countries; Comment on “Decentralization and Regionalization of Surgical Care: A Review of Evidence for the Optimal Distribution of Surgical Services in Low- and Middle-Income Countries” [Volume 10, Issue 4, 2021, Pages 211-214]
  • Sustainability Fostering Responsible Innovation in Health: An EvidenceInformed Assessment Tool for Innovation Stakeholders [Volume 10, Issue 4, 2021, Pages 181-191]
  • Sustainability Achieving Food System Transformation: Insights From A Retrospective Review of Nutrition Policy (In)Action in High-Income Countries [Volume 10, Special Issue on Political Economy of Food Systems, 2021, Pages 766-783]
  • Sustainable Diet Can Labelling Create Transformative Food System Change for Human and Planetary Health? A Case Study of Meat [Volume 10, Special Issue on Political Economy of Food Systems, 2021, Pages 923-933]
  • Sweden 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” [Volume 10, Issue 2, 2021, Pages 106-110]
  • Sweden Sense-Making, Mutual Learning and Cognitive Shifts When Applying Systems Thinking in Public Health – Examples From Sweden; Comment on “What Can Policy-Makers Get Out of Systems Thinking? Policy Partners’ Experiences of a Systems-Focused Research Collaboration in Preventive Health” [Volume 10, Issue 6, 2021, Pages 338-342]
  • Synthetic Foods International Trade and Investment and Food Systems: What We Know, What We Don’t Know, and What We Don’t Know We Don’t Know [Volume 10, Special Issue on Political Economy of Food Systems, 2021, Pages 886-895]
  • Systematic Review Attributes Underlying Non-surgical Treatment Choice for People With Low Back Pain: A Systematic Mixed Studies Review [Volume 10, Issue 4, 2021, Pages 201-210]
  • System Change Re-imagining Health Research Partnership in a Post-COVID World: A Response to Recent Commentaries [Volume 10, Issue 1, 2021, Pages 39-41]
  • Systems and Complexity Thinking Without Systems and Complexity Thinking There Is no Progress - or Why Bureaucracy Needs to Become Curious; Comment on “What Can Policy-Makers Get out of Systems Thinking? Policy Partners’ Experiences of a Systems-Focused Research Collaboration in Preventive Health” [Volume 10, Issue 5, 2021, Pages 277-280]
  • Systems Thinking Overcoming Barriers to Applying Systems Thinking Mental Models in Policy-Making; Comment on “What Can Policy-Makers Get Out of Systems Thinking? Policy Partners’ Experiences of a Systems-Focused Research Collaboration in Preventive Health” [Volume 10, Issue 5, 2021, Pages 281-283]
  • Systems Thinking Can Systems Thinking Become “The Way We Do Things?”; Comment on “What Can Policy-Makers Get Out of Systems Thinking? Policy Partners’ Experiences of a Systems-Focused Research Collaboration in Preventive Health” [Volume 10, Issue 5, 2021, Pages 284-286]
  • Systems Thinking But Does It Work? Evidence, Policy-Making and Systems Thinking; Comment on “What Can Policy-Makers Get Out of Systems Thinking? Policy Partners’ Experiences of a Systems-Focused Research Collaboration in Preventive Health” [Volume 10, Issue 5, 2021, Pages 287-289]
  • Systems Thinking The Challenges of Putting Systems Thinking into Practice; Comment on “What Can Policy-Makers Get Out of Systems Thinking? Policy Partners’ Experiences of a Systems-Focused Research Collaboration in Preventive Health” [Volume 10, Issue 5, 2021, Pages 290-292]
  • Systems Thinking Sense-Making, Mutual Learning and Cognitive Shifts When Applying Systems Thinking in Public Health – Examples From Sweden; Comment on “What Can Policy-Makers Get Out of Systems Thinking? Policy Partners’ Experiences of a Systems-Focused Research Collaboration in Preventive Health” [Volume 10, Issue 6, 2021, Pages 338-342]
  • Systems Thinking Applying a Systems Perspective to Preventive Health: How Can It Be Useful?; Comment on “What Can Policy-Makers Get Out of Systems Thinking? Policy Partners’ Experiences of a Systems-Focused Research Collaboration in Preventive Health” [Volume 10, Issue 6, 2021, Pages 343-346]
  • Systems Thinking The Multifaceted Pathways Linking Populism to Ethnic Minority Health; Comment on “A Scoping Review of Populist Radical Right Parties’ Influence on Welfare Policy and its Implications for Population Health in Europe” [Volume 10, Issue 9, 2021, Pages 588-590]
  • Systems Thinking Can We Build an Evidence Base on the Impact of Systems Thinking for Wicked Problems?; Comment on “What Can Policy-Makers Get Out of Systems Thinking? Policy Partners’ Experiences of a Systems-Focused Research Collaboration in Preventive Health” [Volume 10, Issue 6, 2021, Pages 351-353]
  • Systems Thinking Reflections on Methodological Congruence in Systems and Complexity-Informed Research; Comment on “What Can Policy-Makers Get Out of Systems Thinking? Policy Partners’ Experiences of a Systems-Focused Research Collaboration in Preventive Health” [Volume 10, Issue 6, 2021, Pages 347-350]

T

  • Tanzania Acceptability of a Prime Vendor System in Public Healthcare Facilities in Tanzania [Volume 10, Issue 10, 2021, Pages 625-637]
  • Target Populations Issue Competition and the Social Construction of Target Populations: Alternative Suggestions for the Study of the Influence of Populist Radical Right Parties on Health Policy and Health Outcomes; Comment on “A Scoping Review of Populist Radical Right Parties’ Influence on Welfare Policy and its Implications for Population Health in Europe” [Volume 10, Issue 9, 2021, Pages 591-593]
  • Targets Beyond Targets: Measuring Better and Rebuilding Trust; Comment on “Gaming New Zealand’s Emergency Department Target: How and Why Did It Vary Over Time and Between Organisations?” [Volume 10, Issue 4, 2021, Pages 221-224]
  • Targets If Gaming is the Problem, Is “Complexity Thinking” the Answer? A Response to the Recent Commentaries [Volume 10, Issue 6, 2021, Pages 354-355]
  • Task Shifting Expanding Medical Education and Task Shifting; Comment on “Doctor Retention: A Cross-sectional Study of How Ireland Has Been Losing the Battle” [Volume 10, Issue 10, 2021, Pages 664-666]
  • Telemedicine Climate Change and Telemedicine: A Prospective View [Volume 10, Issue 1, 2021, Pages 45-46]
  • Tobacco Control A Systematic Review of Tobacco Industry Tactics in Southeast Asia: Lessons for Other Low- And MiddleIncome Regions [Volume 10, Issue 6, 2021, Pages 324-337]
  • Tobacco Industry Tactics A Systematic Review of Tobacco Industry Tactics in Southeast Asia: Lessons for Other Low- And MiddleIncome Regions [Volume 10, Issue 6, 2021, Pages 324-337]
  • Trade and Investment International Trade and Investment and Food Systems: What We Know, What We Don’t Know, and What We Don’t Know We Don’t Know [Volume 10, Special Issue on Political Economy of Food Systems, 2021, Pages 886-895]
  • Trade Policy What Generates Attention to Health in Trade PolicyMaking? Lessons From Success in Tobacco Control and Access to Medicines: A Qualitative Study of Australia and the (Comprehensive and Progressive) Trans-Pacific Partnership [Volume 10, Issue 10, 2021, Pages 613-624]
  • Trade Policy What You Don’t Know About the Codex Can Hurt You: How Trade Policy Trumps Global Health Governance in Infant and Young Child Nutrition [Volume 10, Special Issue on Political Economy of Food Systems, 2021, Pages 983-997]
  • Training Doctor Retention in Ireland - Where Are the Failings That Prolong the Problem?; Comment on “Doctor Retention: A Cross-sectional Study of How Ireland Has Been Losing the Battle” [Volume 10, Issue 10, 2021, Pages 650-653]
  • Training Training, Migration and Retention of Doctors: Is Ireland a Danaides’ Jar?; Comment on “Doctor Retention: A Cross-sectional Study of How Ireland Has Been Losing the Battle” [Volume 10, Issue 10, 2021, Pages 658-659]
  • Training Modernization Destination Impact! The Many Roads to Influencing Health System Change: A Response to Recent Commentaries [Volume 10, Issue 2, 2021, Pages 111-112]
  • Training Modernization Thinking Together, Working Apart: Leveraging a Community of Practice to Facilitate Productive and Meaningful Remote Collaboration [Volume 10, Issue 9, 2021, Pages 528-533]
  • Transformational Leadership Without Systems and Complexity Thinking There Is no Progress - or Why Bureaucracy Needs to Become Curious; Comment on “What Can Policy-Makers Get out of Systems Thinking? Policy Partners’ Experiences of a Systems-Focused Research Collaboration in Preventive Health” [Volume 10, Issue 5, 2021, Pages 277-280]
  • Transnational Policy Networks Transnational Networks’ Contribution to Health Policy Diffusion: A Mixed Method Study of the Performance-Based Financing Community of Practice in Africa [Volume 10, Issue 6, 2021, Pages 310-323]
  • Transnational Tobacco A Systematic Review of Tobacco Industry Tactics in Southeast Asia: Lessons for Other Low- And MiddleIncome Regions [Volume 10, Issue 6, 2021, Pages 324-337]
  • Transparency Challenges to Establish Effective Public-Private Partnerships to Address Malnutrition in All Its Forms [Volume 10, Special Issue on Political Economy of Food Systems, 2021, Pages 934-945]
  • Treatment Attributes Underlying Non-surgical Treatment Choice for People With Low Back Pain: A Systematic Mixed Studies Review [Volume 10, Issue 4, 2021, Pages 201-210]
  • Trust Challenges to Establish Effective Public-Private Partnerships to Address Malnutrition in All Its Forms [Volume 10, Special Issue on Political Economy of Food Systems, 2021, Pages 934-945]
  • Tuberculosis Priority Setting in HIV, Tuberculosis, and Malaria – New Cost-Effectiveness Results From WHO-CHOICE [Volume 10, Special Issue on WHO-CHOICE Update, 2021, Pages 678-696]

U

  • Uganda “The Actor Is Policy”: Application of Elite Theory to Explore Actors’ Interests and Power Underlying Maternal Health Policies in Uganda, 2000-2015 [Volume 10, Special Issue on Analysing the Politics of Health Policy Change in LMICs, 2021, Pages 388-401]
  • UHC Decentralization and Regionalization of Surgical Care as a Critical Scale-up Strategy in Low- and Middle-Income Countries; Comment on “Decentralization and Regionalization of Surgical Care: A Review of Evidence for the Optimal Distribution of Surgical Services in Low- and Middle-Income Countries” [Volume 10, Issue 4, 2021, Pages 211-214]
  • UK 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” [Volume 10, Issue 2, 2021, Pages 93-97]
  • Ultra-Processed Foods Ultra-Processed Profits: The Political Economy of Countering the Global Spread of Ultra-Processed Foods – A Synthesis Review on the Market and Political Practices of Transnational Food Corporations and Strategic Public Health Responses [Volume 10, Special Issue on Political Economy of Food Systems, 2021, Pages 968-982]
  • Unhealthy Commodities International Trade and Investment and Food Systems: What We Know, What We Don’t Know, and What We Don’t Know We Don’t Know [Volume 10, Special Issue on Political Economy of Food Systems, 2021, Pages 886-895]
  • United States Separated at Birth: The Politics of Pharmacare for All in Canada and Medicare for All in the United States; Comment on “Universal Pharmacare in Canada” [Volume 10, Issue 3, 2021, Pages 162-164]
  • Universal Healthcare Financing Maternity and Early Childhood Healthcare in The Australian Healthcare System: Costs to Funders in Private and Public Hospitals Over the First 1000 Days [Volume 10, Issue 9, 2021, Pages 554-563]
  • Universal Healthcare Access Universal Access to Healthcare: The Case of South Africa in the Comparative Global Context of the Late Anthropocene Era [Volume 10, Issue 2, 2021, Pages 49-54]
  • Universal Health Coverage The Legal Determinants of Health: How Can We Achieve Universal Health Coverage and What Does it Mean? [Volume 10, Issue 1, 2021, Pages 1-4]
  • Universal Health Coverage Priority Setting in HIV, Tuberculosis, and Malaria – New Cost-Effectiveness Results From WHO-CHOICE [Volume 10, Special Issue on WHO-CHOICE Update, 2021, Pages 678-696]
  • Universal Health Coverage Progressive Realisation of Universal Health Coverage in Low- and Middle-Income Countries: Beyond the “Best Buys” [Volume 10, Special Issue on WHO-CHOICE Update, 2021, Pages 697-705]
  • Universal Health Coverage A Narrative Synthesis Review of Out-of-Pocket Payments for Health Services Under Insurance Regimes: A Policy Implementation Gap Hindering Universal Health Coverage in Sub-Saharan Africa [Volume 10, Special Issue on Analysing the Politics of Health Policy Change in LMICs, 2021, Pages 443-461]
  • Universal Health Coverage Introduction to the Special Issue on “The World Health Organization Choosing Interventions That Are Cost-Effective (WHO-CHOICE) Update” [Volume 10, Special Issue on WHO-CHOICE Update, 2021, Pages 670-672]
  • Universal Pharmacare The Challenges of Canadian Pharmacare Are More Complicated Than Acknowledged; Comment on “Universal Pharmacare in Canada” [Volume 10, Issue 3, 2021, Pages 152-154]
  • Universal Pharmacare Separated at Birth: The Politics of Pharmacare for All in Canada and Medicare for All in the United States; Comment on “Universal Pharmacare in Canada” [Volume 10, Issue 3, 2021, Pages 162-164]
  • Universal Pharmacare Understanding the Battle for Universal Pharmacare in Canada; Comment on “Universal Pharmacare in Canada” [Volume 10, Issue 3, 2021, Pages 168-171]
  • Universal Pharmacare Universal Pharmacare – Redressing Social Inequities in the Canadian Health System: A Response to Recent Commentaries [Volume 10, Issue 6, 2021, Pages 356-357]
  • Usurious Borrowing Education and Experience as Determinants of Micro Health Insurance Enrolment [Volume 10, Issue 4, 2021, Pages 192-200]
  • Utilisation Cost of Utilising Maternal Health Services in Low- and Middle-Income Countries: A Systematic Review [Volume 10, Issue 9, 2021, Pages 564-577]

V

  • Value Co-Creation Cultivating Value Co-Creation in Health System Research; Comment on “Experience of Health Leadership in Partnering with University-Based Researchers in Canada – A Call to Re-imagine Research” [Volume 10, Issue 3, 2021, Pages 165-167]
  • Vietnam Dominant Factors Affecting Regional Inequality of Infant Mortality in Vietnam: A Structural Equation Modelling Analysis [Volume 10, Issue 8, 2021, Pages 475-482]

W

  • Wales Rhetoric or Reform? Changing Health and Social Care in Wales [Volume 10, Issue 6, 2021, Pages 295-298]
  • Welfare Chauvinism Researching the Welfare Impact of Populist Radical Right Parties; Comment on “A Scoping Review of Populist Radical Right Parties’ Influence on Welfare Policy and its Implications for Population Health in Europe” [Volume 10, Issue 8, 2021, Pages 516-518]
  • Welfare Chauvinism Who Deserves Welfare and Who Does Not?; Comment on “A Scoping Review of Populist Radical Right Parties’ Influence on Welfare Policy and its Implications for Population Health in Europe” [Volume 10, Issue 9, 2021, Pages 594-597]
  • Welfare Policy A Scoping Review of Populist Radical Right Parties’ Influence on Welfare Policy and its Implications for Population Health in Europe [Volume 10, Issue 3, 2021, Pages 141-151]
  • Welfare Policy Who Deserves Welfare and Who Does Not?; Comment on “A Scoping Review of Populist Radical Right Parties’ Influence on Welfare Policy and its Implications for Population Health in Europe” [Volume 10, Issue 9, 2021, Pages 594-597]
  • Welfare States Taking the Relationship Between Populism and Healthcare Seriously: A Call for Empirical Analysis Rather Than Moral Condemnation; Comment on “A Scoping Review of Populist Radical Right Parties’ Influence on Welfare Policy and its Implications for Population Health in Europe” [Volume 10, Issue 9, 2021, Pages 598-601]
  • WHO Declaration on Primary Healthcare Ageing in Asia: Beyond the Astana Declaration Towards Financing Long-term Care for All; Comment on “Financing Long-term Care: Lessons From Japan” [Volume 10, Issue 1, 2021, Pages 32-35]
  • WHO Global Code Doctor Retention: A Cross-sectional Study of How Ireland Has Been Losing the Battle [Volume 10, Issue 6, 2021, Pages 299-309]
  • WHO Global Code Doctor Retention in Ireland - Where Are the Failings That Prolong the Problem?; Comment on “Doctor Retention: A Cross-sectional Study of How Ireland Has Been Losing the Battle” [Volume 10, Issue 10, 2021, Pages 650-653]
  • WHO Global Code Training, Migration and Retention of Doctors: Is Ireland a Danaides’ Jar?; Comment on “Doctor Retention: A Cross-sectional Study of How Ireland Has Been Losing the Battle” [Volume 10, Issue 10, 2021, Pages 658-659]
  • Workforce Doctor Retention: A Cross-sectional Study of How Ireland Has Been Losing the Battle [Volume 10, Issue 6, 2021, Pages 299-309]
  • Workforce Improving the Rural-Urban Balance in Cambodia’s Health Services [Volume 10, Issue 6, 2021, Pages 358-359]
  • Workforce Doctor Retention in Ireland - Where Are the Failings That Prolong the Problem?; Comment on “Doctor Retention: A Cross-sectional Study of How Ireland Has Been Losing the Battle” [Volume 10, Issue 10, 2021, Pages 650-653]
  • Workforce Training, Migration and Retention of Doctors: Is Ireland a Danaides’ Jar?; Comment on “Doctor Retention: A Cross-sectional Study of How Ireland Has Been Losing the Battle” [Volume 10, Issue 10, 2021, Pages 658-659]
  • Workforce Development Approaches to Facilitate Improved Recruitment, Development, and Retention of the Rural and Remote Medical Workforce: A Scoping Review Protocol [Volume 10, Issue 1, 2021, Pages 22-28]
  • Workplaces Doctor Retention or Migration: From Ireland to the World?; Comment on “Doctor Retention: A Cross-sectional Study of How Ireland Has Been Losing the Battle” [Volume 10, Issue 10, 2021, Pages 654-657]