Bibliography Themes

Equity in health

Values, policies and rights

Health equity in economic and trade policies

Poverty and health

Equitable health services

Human resources for health

Public-private mix

Resource allocation and health financing

Equity and HIV/AIDS

Governance and participation in health

Monitoring equity and research to policy


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This annotated bibliography of publications provides materials sourced from published and grey literature within theme areas on equity in health in southern Africa. The bibliography is compiled by TARSC through contributions from steering committee members, theme co-ordinators, participants in EQUINET programmes and users of this site. We welcome you to contribute materials to the bibliography by sending us information through the feedback form on the publication of the title, author, country, full reference of the publication and url of the paper. You can also email the full paper to The database entries on the bibliography are in progress! If you would like to download the full EQUINET annotated bibliography produced in 1998 please search for it in the EQUINET PUBLICATIONS.

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Mutual Learning and Reverse Innovation - Where Next?
Crisp N (2014)
Themes: Monitoring equity and research to policy
URL: /10/1/14
Handbook on Health Inequality Monitoring: with a Special Focus on Low-and-Middle-Income Countries
World Health Organisation (2013)
Themes: Monitoring equity and research to policy
Public Health a Major Priority in African Nations
The Kaiser/Pew Global Health Survey (2014)
Themes: Governance and participation in health
Strengthening the Enabling Environment for Women and Girls: What is the Evidence in Social and Structural Approaches in the HIV Response?
Hardee K; Gay J; Croce-Galis M; Peltz A (2014)
Themes: Equity and HIV/AIDS
Fiscal Capacity and Aid Allocation: Domestic Resource Mobilization and Foreign Aid in Developing Countries
Bhushan A; Samy Y (2014)
Themes: Resource allocation and health financing
Placement, Support, and Retention of Health Professionals: National, Cross-Sectional Findings from Medical and Dental Community Service Officers in South Africa
Hatcher AM; Onah M; Kornick S; Peacocke J; Reid S (2014)
Themes: Human resources for health
URL: /12/1/14
Effects of Hazardous and Harmful Alcohol Use on HIV Incidence and Sexual Behaviour: A Cohort Study of Kenyan Female Sex Workers
Chersich MF; Bosire W; King’ola N; Temmerman M; Luchters S (2014)
Themes: Poverty and health
URL: /10/1/22
Local Production of Pharmaceuticals in Africa and Access to Essential Medicines: ‘Urban Bias’ in Access to Imported Medicines in Tanzania and its Policy Implications
Mujinja PGM; Mackintosh M; Justin-Temu M; Wuyts M (2014)
Themes: Health equity in economic and trade policies
URL: /10/1/12/abstract
Extractive Industries, Revenue Allocation
Yanguas JA; Acosta AM (2014)
Themes: Health equity in economic and trade policies
Identifying and Targeting Mortality Disparities: A Framework for Sub-Saharan Africa Using Adult Mortality Data from South Africa
Sartorius B; Sartorius K (2013)
Themes: Monitoring equity and research to policy

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