Dear all,we received lot's of comments on the emerging voices concept like the one from Irene embedded hereafter. I suggest we post them in this discussion. This way we will keep track of all the…Continue
Started by David Hercot. Last reply by David Hercot Dec 6, 2010.
Dear friends, Please find a good qualitative study report mentioned topic. yes there is no doubt, doctors are also working in the rural areas !!!what are the influencing factors for them to retain in…Continue
Started by Dr Kamlesh Jain. Last reply by Anar Ulikpan Nov 16, 2010.
A few questions that policy-makers, academics, researchers and all involved in health system research should think about regarding the candidates lining up for the World Bank presidency:
1. Does the candidate fit the description of a reformist?
2. Does the candidate have developing countries' (African) health and governance problems at heart?
3. Should the candidate be a battle-tested finance mega-power (Trevor Manuel) or a dyed-in-the-wool practical academic…Continue
Posted by Vincent Okungu on March 9, 2012 at 2:21pm
Nobody mentionned this blog post form Seye Abimbola, another emerging voices, on the BMJ blog. It's good to keep track of all your publications in one place. Why not on this website.
A great contribution on a great place.
Posted by David Hercot on February 23, 2011 at 11:24pm
Our colleagues, Meena Daivadanam, Kristof Decoster, Asmat Malik, & Prashanth N just published a blog on Health Affairs' website where they depict the dichotomy of a gala diner at the Casino in Montreux during the WHO symposium on Health Systems research we attended as part of the emerging voices process.
visit their post on health affairs here: … And Then The Dessert…Continue
Posted by David Hercot on February 10, 2011 at 12:35pm
Posted by Vincent Okungu on January 24, 2011 at 12:15pm