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The 10/90 Report on health research 2000 : [publication] : [based on the presentations and discussions at Forum 3, held in June 1999 in Geneva] /

by Global Forum for Health Research (Genève).
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Geneva : WHO, 2001Edition: [2nd printing].Description: XIX, 155 p. : ill. ; 27 cm.ISBN: 2940286019.MeSH subject(s): Poverty | Economics, Medical | Health Status | Health Priorities | Health Policy | Socioeconomic Factors | Health Services Accessibility | Developing Countries | Economics, Medical -- trends | Economics, Medical -- organization & administration | Economics, Medical -- legislation & jurisprudence | Health Priorities -- standards | Health Priorities -- organization & administration | Health Priorities -- legislation & jurisprudence | Health Services Accessibility -- organization & administration | Health Services Accessibility -- legislation & jurisprudence | Health Services Accessibility -- economics | Poverty -- legislation & jurisprudence | Poverty -- prevention & control | Poverty -- trendsPUBLICATION TYPE SAPHIR: ReportSummary: [Contents] 1. The Global Forum for Health Research : an overview. 1.1. The central problem in health research : the 10/90 gap. 1.2. Creation, objectives and strategies of the Global forum for Health Research. 1.3. Global Forum policies on cross-sectional issues. 1.4. The role of the Global Forum in overall health research governance. 2. Complementary approaches for priority setting in health research : review and perspectives. 2.1. Deficiencies in priority setting. 2.2. Essential National Health Research (ENHR). 2.3. The five-step process. 2.4. The visual health infomration profile. 2.4. Perspectives for 2000-2001. 3. Progress in methodological issues. 3.1. Burden of disease and analysis of health determinants. 3.2. Cost-effectiveness analysis and methods to assist resource allocation. 4. Priority aeras in health research. 4.1. Burden of disease 1998 in low- and middle-income and in high-income countries. 4.2. Recommendation of priority research areas from various approaches. 4.3. Poverty and health research. 5. Advances in selected priority areas. 5.1. Child health, communicable diseases and perinatal conditions. 5.2. Road traffic injuries and childhood injuries in developing countries. 6. Progress in initiatives. 6.1. Alliance for Health Policy and Systems Research. 6.2. Initiative on cardiovascular health in developing countries. 6.3. Violence against women. 6.4. Child health and nutrition research initiative. 6.5. The availability and accessibility of drugs and vaccines for the poor : the role of the public/private partnerships initiative. 7. Capacity development for health research. 7.1. What is research capacity development ? 7.2. Research capacity for what ? for whom ? ? for whom ? ? for whom ?
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The 10/90 [Ten/Ninety] Report on health research 2000

[Contents] 1. The Global Forum for Health Research : an overview. 1.1. The central problem in health research : the 10/90 gap. 1.2. Creation, objectives and strategies of the Global forum for Health Research. 1.3. Global Forum policies on cross-sectional issues. 1.4. The role of the Global Forum in overall health research governance. 2. Complementary approaches for priority setting in health research : review and perspectives. 2.1. Deficiencies in priority setting. 2.2. Essential National Health Research (ENHR). 2.3. The five-step process. 2.4. The visual health infomration profile. 2.4. Perspectives for 2000-2001. 3. Progress in methodological issues. 3.1. Burden of disease and analysis of health determinants. 3.2. Cost-effectiveness analysis and methods to assist resource allocation. 4. Priority aeras in health research. 4.1. Burden of disease 1998 in low- and middle-income and in high-income countries. 4.2. Recommendation of priority research areas from various approaches. 4.3. Poverty and health research. 5. Advances in selected priority areas. 5.1. Child health, communicable diseases and perinatal conditions. 5.2. Road traffic injuries and childhood injuries in developing countries. 6. Progress in initiatives. 6.1. Alliance for Health Policy and Systems Research. 6.2. Initiative on cardiovascular health in developing countries. 6.3. Violence against women. 6.4. Child health and nutrition research initiative. 6.5. The availability and accessibility of drugs and vaccines for the poor : the role of the public/private partnerships initiative. 7. Capacity development for health research. 7.1. What is research capacity development ? 7.2. Research capacity for what ? for whom ? ? for whom ? ? for whom ?