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  1. Mandatory membership of community-based mutual health insurance in Senegal: A national survey
  2. Acceptability of government measures against COVID-19 pandemic in Senegal: A mixed methods study
  3. The danger of the single storyline obfuscating the complexities of managing SARS‐CoV‐2/COVID‐19
  4. Do Targeted User Fee Exemptions Reach the Ultra-Poor and Increase their Healthcare Utilisation? A Panel Study from Burkina Faso
  5. Misunderstandings and ambiguities in strategic purchasing in low‐ and middle‐income countries
  6. An Exploration of the Unintended Consequences of Performance-Based Financing in 6 Primary Healthcare Facilities in Burkina Faso
  7. Unmet healthcare needs among migrants without medical insurance in Montreal, Canada
  8. Better data for better action: rethinking road injury data in francophone West Africa
  9. Governance of the Covid-19 response: a call for more inclusive and transparent decision-making
  10. Transnational Networks’ Contribution to Health Policy Diffusion: A Mixed Method Study of the PerformanceBased Financing Community of Practice in Africa
  11. The emergence of the national medical assistance scheme for the poorest in Mali
  12. The negative self-perceived health of migrants with precarious status in Montreal, Canada: A cross-sectional study
  13. COVID-19: time for paradigm shift in the nexus between local, national and global health
  14. Policy dialogue as a collaborative tool for multistakeholder health governance: a scoping study
  15. Using implementation science theories and frameworks in global health
  16. The emergence of the national medical assistance scheme for the poorest in Mali
  17. Épidémies récurrentes de la dengue au Burkina Faso : préférences communautaires pour une intervention de prévention de la maladie
  18. From Amsterdam to Bamako: a qualitative case study on diffusion entrepreneurs’ contribution to performance-based financing propagation in Mali
  19. Stakeholder Perceptions and Context of the Implementation of Performance-Based Financing in District Hospitals in Mali
  20. Action to protect the independence and integrity of global health research
  21. DECIDE: a cluster-randomized controlled trial to reduce unnecessary caesarean deliveries in Burkina Faso
  22. 40 years after Alma-Ata, is building new hospitals in low-income and lower-middle-income countries beneficial?
  23. Conceptual analysis of health systems resilience: A scoping review
  24. It’s time to address sexual violence in academic global health
  25. Out-of-pocket payments in the context of a free maternal health care policy in Burkina Faso: a national cross-sectional survey
  26. Relevance of a Toll-Free Call Service Using an Interactive Voice Server to Strengthen Health System Governance and Responsiveness in Burkina Faso
  27. Barriers and recruitment strategies for precarious status migrants in Montreal, Canada
  28. How is the discourse of performance-based financing shaped at the global level? A poststructural analysis
  29. Climate change, migration and health systems resilience: Need for interdisciplinary research
  30. Realist evaluation of the role of the Universal Health Coverage Partnership in strengthening policy dialogue for health planning and financing: a protocol
  31. How Burkina Faso used evidence in deciding to launch its policy of free healthcare for children under five and women in 2016
  32. Time to abandon amateurism and volunteerism: addressing tensions between the Alma-Ata principle of community participation and the effectiveness of community-based health insurance in Africa
  33. Contribution of the results-based financing strategy to improving maternal and child health indicators in Burkina Faso
  34. Performance-based Financing in Africa: Time to Test Measures for Equity
  35. Assessment of clinical decision-making among healthcare professionals performing caesarean deliveries in Burkina Faso
  36. Climate migrants and health promotion
  37. Los migrantes climáticos y la promoción de la salud
  38. Les migrants climatiques et la promotion de la santé
  39. De la formulation d’une politique nationale à la compilation d’actions de protection sociale : un cas de « non-design » au Burkina Faso
  40. Street-level workers’ inadequate knowledge and application of exemption policies in Burkina Faso jeopardize the achievement of universal health coverage: evidence from a cross-sectional survey
  41. Removing user fees to improve access to caesarean delivery: a quasi-experimental evaluation in western Africa
  42. The impact of free healthcare on women's capability: A qualitative study in rural Burkina Faso
  43. Performance-based financing in low-income and middle-income countries: isn’t it time for a rethink?
  44. Dengue rapid diagnostic tests: Health professionals’ practices and challenges in Burkina Faso
  45. What we have learnt (so far) about deliberative dialogue for evidence-based policymaking in West Africa
  46. Understanding the factors affecting the attraction and retention of health professionals in rural and remote areas: a mixed-method study in Niger
  47. Knowledge sharing in global health research – the impact, uptake and cost of open access to scholarly literature
  48. Erratum to: ‘Setting performance-based financing in the health sector agenda: a case study in Cameroon’
  49. Setting performance-based financing in the health sector agenda: a case study in Cameroon
  50. Twelve months of implementation of health care performance-based financing in Burkina Faso: A qualitative multiple case study
  51. Evaluation of a knowledge transfer scheme to improve policy making and practices in health promotion and disease prevention setting in French regions: a realist study protocol
  52. Research dissemination workshops: observations and implications based on an experience in Burkina Faso
  53. Concept mapping internal validity: A case of misconceived mapping?
  54. Mobiliser des représentations ethnoculturelles pour expliquer les disparités d’accès aux soins de santé au Burkina Faso
  55. Que cache le consensus des acteurs de la santé mondiale au sujet de la couverture sanitaire universelle? Une analyse fondée sur l’approche par les droits
  56. Immediate and sustained effects of user fee exemption on healthcare utilization among children under five in Burkina Faso: A controlled interrupted time-series analysis
  57. Use of concurrent mixed methods combining concept mapping and focus groups to adapt a health equity tool in Canada
  58. Ottawa Statement from the Sparking Solutions Summit on Population Health Intervention Research
  59. Technological solutions for an effective health surveillance system for road traffic crashes in Burkina Faso
  60. The implementation of public health interventions in Africa: a neglected strategic theme
  61. Quatre principes de recherche pour comprendre les défis des systèmes de santé des pays à faible et moyen revenu
  62. Priorities and needs for research on urban interventions targeting vector-borne diseases: rapid review of scoping and systematic reviews
  63. Zika : nouveau revelateur du besoin de promotion de la sante en Amerique latine
  64. Zika: exposing anew the need for health promotion in Latin America
  65. Zika: nuevo revelador de la necesidad de promocion de la salud en America Latina
  66. Determinants of non-medically indicated cesarean deliveries in Burkina Faso
  67. Maternal and neonatal health impact of obstetrical risk insurance scheme in Mauritania: a quasi experimental before-and-after study
  68. DECIDE: a cluster randomized controlled trial to reduce non-medically indicated caesareans in Burkina Faso
  69. Comparison of registered and published intervention fidelity assessment in cluster randomised trials of public health interventions in low- and middle-income countries: systematic review protocol
  70. Effectiveness of demand generation interventions on use of modern contraceptives in low- and middle-income countries
  71. A friendly critical analysis of Kass's ethics framework for public health
  72. Does performance-based financing increase value for money in low- and middle- income countries? A systematic review
  73. A qualitative case study of evaluation use in the context of a collaborative program evaluation strategy in Burkina Faso
  74. NGO–researcher partnerships in global health research: benefits, challenges, and approaches that promote success
  75. A qualitative study of health professionals’ uptake and perceptions of malaria rapid diagnostic tests in Burkina Faso
  76. Presence of three dengue serotypes in Ouagadougou (Burkina Faso): research and public health implications
  77. User fees exemptions alone are not enough to increase indigent use of healthcare services
  78. Endorsement of universal health coverage financial principles in Burkina Faso
  79. La couverture santé universelle dans les pays à revenus faibles et intermédiaires : analyses économiques
  80. Understanding home delivery in a context of user fee reduction: a cross-sectional mixed methods study in rural Burkina Faso
  81. La Fièvre Hémorragique à Virus Lassa au Bénin en 2014 en contexte d’Ebola : une épidémie révélatrice de la faiblesse du système sanitaire
  82. A mixed methods contribution to the study of health public policies: complementarities and difficulties
  83. Diagnosis of a public policy: an introduction to user fee exemptions for healthcare in the Sahel
  84. From institutionalization of user fees to their abolition in West Africa: a story of pilot projects and public policies
  85. Public policies and health systems in Sahelian Africa: theoretical context and empirical specificity
  86. The concept of mechanism from a realist approach: a scoping review to facilitate its operationalization in public health program evaluation
  87. Protocol for a systematic review on the effect of demand generation interventions on uptake and use of modern contraceptives in LMIC
  88. What research tells us about knowledge transfer strategies to improve public health in low-income countries: a scoping review
  89. Mining revenue and access to health care in Africa: could the revenue drawn from well-managed mining sectors finance exemption from payment for health?
  90. The elimination of healthcare user fees for children under five substantially alleviates the burden on household expenses in Burkina Faso
  91. Why are people with dengue dying? A scoping review of determinants for dengue mortality
  92. Developing a Social Autopsy Tool for Dengue Mortality: A Pilot Study
  93. Collaborative development and implementation of a knowledge brokering program to promote research use in Burkina Faso, West Africa
  94. Do community health workers perceive mechanisms associated with the success of community case management of malaria? A qualitative study from Burkina Faso
  95. Utilization of community health workers for malaria treatment: results from a three-year panel study in the districts of Kaya and Zorgho, Burkina Faso
  96. Des idées reçues en santé mondiale
  97. Is the process for selecting indigents to receive free care in Burkina Faso equitable?
  98. Protocol for the process evaluation of interventions combining performance-based financing with health equity in Burkina Faso
  99. Estimation of maternal and child mortality one year after user-fee elimination: an impact evaluation and modelling study in Burkina Faso
  100. The Need for More Research and Public Health Interventions on Dengue Fever in Burkina Faso
  101. What criteria guide national entrepreneurs’ policy decisions on user fee removal for maternal health care services? Use of a best–worst scaling choice experiment in West Africa
  102. Perspectives for integration into the local health system of community-based management of acute malnutrition in children under 5 years: a qualitative study in Bangladesh
  103. Contextual factors as a key to understanding the heterogeneity of effects of a maternal health policy in Burkina Faso?
  104. No effect of user fee exemption on perceived quality of delivery care in Burkina Faso: a case-control study
  105. Plagiarism and health promotion: an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure
  106. El plagio y la promoción de la salud: es mejor prevenir que curar
  107. Le plagiat et la promotion de la santé : prévenir plutôt que guérir
  108. The divergence between community case management of malaria and renewed calls for primary healthcare
  109. Ethical considerations related to participation and partnership: an investigation of stakeholders’ perceptions of an action-research project on user fee removal for the poorest in Burkina Faso
  110. The impact of user fee removal policies on household out-of-pocket spending: evidence against the inverse equity hypothesis from a population based study in Burkina Faso
  111. A community-based approach to indigent selection is difficult to organize in a formal neighbourhood in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso: a mixed methods exploratory study
  112. An exploratory analysis of the regionalization policy for the recruitment of health workers in Burkina Faso
  113. Insecticide-treated nets ownership and utilization among under-five children following the 2010 mass distribution in Burkina Faso
  114. Nine misconceptions about free healthcare in sub-Saharan Africa
  115. Nursing and midwife staffing needs in maternity wards in Burkina Faso referral hospitals
  116. The community case management of pneumonia in Africa: a review of the evidence
  117. Knowledge Transfer on Complex Social Interventions in Public Health: A Scoping Study
  118. A tool to analyze the transferability of health promotion interventions
  119. Assessing communities of practice in health policy: a conceptual framework as a first step towards empirical research
  120. La charge de travail des agents de santé dans un contexte de gratuité des soins au Burkina Faso et au Niger
  121. Personnes vivant avec le VIH, méthodes qualitatives et couverture universelle en santé
  122. Implementation Fidelity of the National Malaria Control Program in Burkina Faso
  123. Improving equity by removing healthcare fees for children in Burkina Faso
  124. Pragmatisme et réalisme pour l’évaluation des interventions de santé publique
  125. The Kaya HDSS, Burkina Faso: a platform for epidemiological studies and health programme evaluation
  126. A spatial analysis of a community-based selection of indigents in Burkina Faso
  127. Evaluation of a knowledge transfer strategy from a user fee exemption program for vulnerable populations in Burkina Faso
  128. An evaluability assessment of a West Africa based Non-Governmental Organization's (NGO) progressive evaluation strategy
  129. Why do women pay more than they should? A mixed methods study of the implementation gap in a policy to subsidize the costs of deliveries in Burkina Faso
  130. An exploratory study of the policy process and early implementation of the free NHIS coverage for pregnant women in Ghana
  131. Global health actors no longer in favor of user fees: a documentary study
  132. An implementation evaluation of a policy aiming to improve financial access to maternal health care in Djibo district, Burkina Faso
  133. Les enjeux éthiques d’une recherche-action sur une sélection communautaire des indigents au Burkina Faso
  134. User fee exemptions and excessive household spending for normal delivery in Burkina Faso: the need for careful implementation
  135. Transversal analysis of public policies on user fees exemptions in six West African countries
  136. Combining user fees exemption with training and supervision helps to maintain the quality of drug prescriptions in Burkina Faso
  137. An Evaluation of the Outcomes of Mutual Health Organizations in Benin
  138. The impact of targeted subsidies for facility-based delivery on access to care and equity – Evidence from a population-based study in rural Burkina Faso
  139. Transferability of interventions in health education: a review
  140. A literature review of the disruptive effects of user fee exemption policies on health systems
  141. Street-level workers’ criteria for identifying indigents to be exempted from user fees in Burkina Faso
  142. Reducing the Medical Cost of Deliveries in Burkina Faso Is Good for Everyone, Including the Poor
  143. Short-term consultancy and collaborative evaluation in a post-conflict and humanitarian setting: Lessons from Afghanistan
  144. L'exemption de paiement des soins au Burkina Faso, Mali et Niger
  145. Comment assurer l'efficacité de la gratuité sélective des soins au Burkina Faso ?
  146. La charge de travail du personnel de santé face à la gratuité des soins au Burkina Faso
  147. NGO-provided free HIV treatment and services in Burkina Faso: scarcity, therapeutic rationality and unfair process
  148. Pour une cartographie du discours des acteurs internationaux sur la gratuité des soins
  149. Protocol: a realist review of user fee exemption policies for health services in Africa
  150. Étudier les politiques publiques et les politiques de santé en Afrique de l'Ouest
  151. Approches et pratiques en évaluation de programmes
  152. L’accès aux soins de santé en Afrique de l’Ouest
  153. Micro mobilisations para institutionnelles pour promouvoir la santé
  154. Targeting the worst-off for free health care: A process evaluation in Burkina Faso
  155. Removing user fees for health services in low-income countries: a multi-country review framework for assessing the process of policy change
  156. Removing user fees in the health sector: a review of policy processes in six sub-Saharan African countries
  157. The national subsidy for deliveries and emergency obstetric care in Burkina Faso
  158. Perception de quelques mécanismes favorables à la réduction des inégalités sociales de santé en France
  159. Health promotion, power and political science
  160. Promoción de la salud, poder y ciencia política
  161. Promotion de la santé, pouvoir et science politique
  162. Communities of practice: the missing link for knowledge management on implementation issues in low-income countries?
  163. Politiques publiques de santé, logiques d' acteurs et ordre négocié au Burkina Faso
  164. Determinants of utilisation of maternal care services after the reduction of user fees: A case study from rural Burkina Faso
  165. Améliorer l’accessibilité financière des soins de santé au Burkina Faso
  166. User fees abolition policy in Niger: Comparing the under five years exemption implementation in two districts
  167. Challenges of scaling up and of knowledge transfer in an action research project in Burkina Faso to exempt the worst-off from health care user fees
  168. Is the Bamako Initiative Still Relevant for West African Health Systems?
  169. Low coverage but few inclusion errors in Burkina Faso: a community-based targeting approach to exempt the indigent from user fees
  170. El acceso universal a los sistemas sanitarios: defendamos los derechos y desmontemos las pirámides
  171. L’accès universel aux systèmes de santé: défendons les droits et renversons les pyramides
  172. Universal access to health care systems: defending rights and overturning the pyramids
  173. Exploratory study of the impacts of Mutual Health Organizations on social dynamics in Benin
  174. Réflexions et perspectives concernant l’evidence-based health promotion dans le contexte français
  175. Les ressources financières des comités de gestion du Burkina Faso peuvent améliorer l'équité d'accès au système de santé
  176. A scoping review of the literature on the abolition of user fees in health care services in Africa
  177. La Charte d’Ottawa rédigée en 2009? un 6ème axe en faveur de la recherche
  178. Les inégalités sociales de santé
  179. Knowledge translation research in population health: establishing a collaborative research agenda
  181. Knowledge transfer and the university system’s functioning: need for change
  182. La transferencia de conocimientos y las normas de funcionamiento del sistema universitario: necesidad de cambiosi
  183. Le transfert de connaissances et les règles de fonctionnement du système universitaire: besoin de changementsi
  184. A community-based targeting approach to exempt the worst-off from user fees in Burkina Faso
  185. A process evaluation of user fees abolition for pregnant women and children under five years in two districts in Niger (West Africa)
  186. Débats et défis autour de la gratuité des soins en Afrique: «retour vers le futur»?
  187. Programme evaluation training for health professionals in francophone Africa: process, competence acquisition and use
  188. Abolishing User Fees in Africa
  189. The value of presenting at scientific conferences: reflections by a couple of early career researchers
  190. Equity and health policy in Africa: Using concept mapping in Moore (Burkina Faso)
  191. “The problem of the worst-off is dealt with after all other issues”: The equity and health policy implementation gap in Burkina Faso
  192. Defying boundaries: globalization, bureaucracy and academic exchange
  193. Are program evaluators judges and/or knowledge brokers?
  194. Reducing social inequalities in health: public health, community health or health promotion?
  195. How can PhD research contribute to the global health research agenda?
  196. Building trust or buying results?
  197. Performance-based partnership Agreements for the reconstruction of the health system in Afghanistan
  198. Douze ans après l'initiative de Bamako : constats et implications politiques pour l'équité d'accès aux services de santé des indigents africains
  199. Iraqi reconstruction: for an empowerment process
  200. L'efficacité Des Politiques Publiques De Santé Dans Un Pays De l'Afrique De L'Ouest: Le Cas Du Burkina Faso
  201. Evaluating Equity in Health Promotion
  202. Evaluation of Empowerment and Effectiveness
  203. 15. Évaluer l’équité en promotion de la santé