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    • Countdown to 2015 country case studies: what can analysis of national health financing contribute to understanding MDG 4 and 5 progress? 

      Mann, Carlyn; Ng, Courtney; Akseer, Nadia; Bhutta, Zulfiqar A; Borghi, Josephine; Colbourn, Tim; Hernández-Peña, Patricia; Huicho, Luis; Malik, Muhammad Ashar; Martinez-Alvarez, Melisa; Munthali, Spy; Salehi, Ahmad Shah; Tadesse, Mekonnen; Yassin, Mohammed; Berman, Peter; Rannan-Eliya, Ravi; Brearley, Lara; Friedman, Howard; Ravishankar, Nirmala; Cortes, Rafael; Mtei, Gemini (BioMed Central, 2016)
      Background: Countdown to 2015 (Countdown) supported countries to produce case studies that examine how and why progress was made toward the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) 4 and 5. Analysing how health-financing data ...
    • The Ethiopian Health Extension Program and Variation in Health Systems Performance: What Matters? 

      Fetene, Netsanet; Linnander, Erika; Fekadu, Binyam; Alemu, Hibret; Omer, Halima; Canavan, Maureen; Smith, Janna; Berman, Peter; Bradley, Elizabeth (Public Library of Science, 2016)
      Background: Primary health care services are fundamental to improving health and health equity, particularly in the context of low and middle-income settings where resources are scarce. During the past decade, Ethiopia ...
    • For more than love or money: attitudes of student and in-service health workers towards rural service in India 

      Ramani, Sudha; Rao, Krishna D; Ryan, Mandy; Vujicic, Marko; Berman, Peter (BioMed Central, 2013)
      Background: While international literature on rural retention is expanding, there is a lack of research on relevant strategies from pluralistic healthcare environments such as India, where alternate medicine is an integral ...
    • Rural Clinician Scarcity and Job Preferences of Doctors and Nurses in India: A Discrete Choice Experiment 

      Rao, Krishna D.; Ryan, Mandy; Shroff, Zubin; Vujicic, Marko; Ramani, Sudha; Berman, Peter (Public Library of Science, 2013)
      The scarcity of rural doctors has undermined the ability of health systems in low and middle-income countries like India to provide quality services to rural populations. This study examines job preferences of doctors and ...
    • So many, yet few: Human resources for health in India 

      Rao, Krishna D; Bhatnagar, Aarushi; Berman, Peter A. (BioMed Central, 2012)
      Background: In many developing countries, such as India, information on human resources in the health sector is incomplete and unreliable. This prevents effective workforce planning and management. This paper aims to address ...