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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 admin@equinetafrica.org. 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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Performance-based financing as a health system reform: mapping the key dimensions for monitoring and evaluation
Witter S; Toonen J; Meessen B; Kagubare J; Fritsche G; Vaughan K (2013)
Themes: Resource allocation and health financing, Monitoring equity and research to policy
URL: http://www.biomedcentral.com/1472-6963/13/367
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The simultaneous introduction of the district health system and performance-based funding: the Burundi experience
Nsengiyumvi G; Musango L (2013)
Themes: Equitable health services, Resource allocation and health financing
URL: http://factsreports.revues.org/2351
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Exploring the potential for using results-based financing to address non-communicable diseases in low- and middle-income countries
Beane CR; Hobbs SH; Thirumurthy H (2013)
Themes: Resource allocation and health financing, Governance and participation in health
URL: http://www.biomedcentral.com/1471-2458/13/92
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Global health diplomacy: advancing foreign policy and global health interests
Michaud J; Kates J (2013)
Themes: Health equity in economic and trade policies, Governance and participation in health
URL: http://www.ghspjournal.org/content/1/1/24.full
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Medical R&D Convention Derailed: Implications for the Global Health System.
Kiddell-Monroe R; Iversen JH; Gopinathan U (2013)
Themes: Health equity in economic and trade policies, Governance and participation in health
URL: http://www.hsph.harvard.edu/global-health-and-population/files/2013/06/Medical-R-and-D-Convention-Derailed-Implications-For-The-Global-Health-System-3.pdf
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Is Health Diplomacy Keeping Pace with Global Health Developments? Implications for Access to Medicines Strategies in the Post-2015 MDG Framework
Ski S; Kiddell-Monroe R; Sherry J (2013)
Themes: Health equity in economic and trade policies, Governance and participation in health
URL: http://www.ghd-net.org/sites/default/files/Is%20Health%20Diplomacy%20Keeping%20Pace%20with%20Global%20Health%20Developments_0.pdf
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Using the Right to Health to Enforce the Corporate Responsibilities of Pharmaceutical Companies with Regard to Access to Medicines
Oke E (2013)
Themes: Health equity in economic and trade policies, Governance and participation in health
URL: http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2332604
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‘BRICS without straw’? A systematic literature review of newly emerging economies’ influence in global health
Harmer A; Xiao Y; Missoni E; Tediosi F (2013)
Themes: Health equity in economic and trade policies, Governance and participation in health
URL: http://www.globalizationandhealth.com/content/9/1/15
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Improving Access to Innovative Medicines in Emerging Markets: Evidence and Diplomacy as Alternatives to the Unsustainable Status Quo
Gorokhovich LE; Chalkidou K; Shankar R (2013)
Themes: Health equity in economic and trade policies, Governance and participation in health
URL: http://www.ghd-net.org/sites/default/files/Improving%20Access%20to%20Innovative%20Medicines%20in%20Emerging%20Markets%20-%20Evidence%20and%20Diplomacy%20as%20Alternatives.pdf
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Health Workforce Brain Drain: From Denouncing the Challenge to Solving the Problem
Cometto G; Tulenko K; Muula AS; Krech R (2013)
Themes: Human resources for health, Governance and participation in health
URL: http://www.plosmedicine.org/article/info:doi%2F10.1371%2Fjournal.pmed.1001514
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