Health Research Policy and Systems
Health Research Policy and Systems covers all aspects of the organisation and use of health research. These include agenda setting, building health research capacity, and how research as a whole benefits decision makers, practitioners in health and related fields, and society at large.
The journal investigates the role of evidence-based health policy and health research systems in ensuring the efficient use and application of knowledge to improve health and health equity, especially in developing countries. It considers how to facilitate efficient communication between people involved in different areas of research, managers and administrators in charge of research entities, policy makers, innovators, and those charged with funding research. Issues address include how to ensure that research systems will improve health and be used, that the money spent is spent wisely, fairly and efficiently, and that the public will be informed of the results? The effects of national and international research systems on research capacity in low-middle income countries is a key issue.
- 13 Volumes
- 15 Issues
- 387 Articles
- 383 Open Access
- 2003 - 2015 Available between
Actors involved in the regulation of clinical research: comparison of Finland to England, Canada, and the USA
Elina Hemminki (April 2015)
- Journal Title
- Health Research Policy and Systems
- Open Access
- Available under Open Access This content is freely available online to anyone, anywhere at any time.
- Volume 1 / 2003 - Volume 13 / 2015
- Online ISSN
- BioMed Central
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