Reports-Published dateTuesday, July 15, 2014 - 04:00
A critical analysis was conducted of content published in newspapers or aired on radio programs that cover health systems and health systems research, as well as interviews of media staff and researchers.Published date2011
Information is an intervention that works : results from the Nigeria Evidence-based Health System Initiative (NEHSI) in Bauchi and Cross River States (2008 – 2014)
Improving the health of women and children worldwide is central to development.Published date2014
Journal articlesNEONATAL MORTALITY HEALTH SYSTEM MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH WOMEN'S HEALTH SYSTEMS ANALYSIS HEALTH-CARE DELIVERY HEALTH EDUCATION HEALTH FINANCING
Advancing the application of systems thinking in health : understanding the dynamics of neonatal mortality in Uganda
Systems thinking in health encompasses linkages, interactions, feedbacks, and processes between elements that comprise a whole system, including the complexity of a disease or condition itself (such as neonatal mortality) and the systems within whPublished dateThursday, January 2, 2014 - 05:00
In sub-Saharan Africa, many children die from diarrhea, acute respiratory illness and malaria, despite the fact that there are well recognized, inexpensive and highly effective treatments for these ailments.
The Nigeria Evidence-based Health System Initiative (NEHSI) is a collaborative effort on the part of IDRC, the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA) and the Government of Nigeria.