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Health Systems and Health Policy Research Group Institute of Tropical Medicine

Objectives

The Health Systems & Health Policy Group aims at making health systems more people-centered, integrated, accountable, equitable and resilient. Through our research, educational and service delivery activities, we aim at improving health policies and systems so that the right to health and Universal Health Coverage is guaranteed to all people.

We contribute to policies, programmes and local health systems that lead to ...

Organisation, policy and social inequalities in health care Vrije Universiteit Brussel

to do multidisiciplinary fundamental and applied (evaluation) research in following domains international comparative health systems research comparative health services research (organisational models and interorganisational networking) the use of technologies in health care socio-economic inequalities in health patient participation knowlegde transfer methodologies between reserach and policymakers focus on innovations in health systems and ...

Health Policy Institute of Tropical Medicine

Introduction

The Unit of Health Policy belongs to the Public Health Department at ITM. The Unit, established in 2013, is led by Professor Wim Van Damme and consists of a multidisciplinary team (medicine, public health, political science, law).

The unit is developing a strong institutional collaboration with the School of Public Health, University of the Western Cape (Cape Town, South Africa), where Wim Van ...

Physical Activity, Sports & Health Research Group KU Leuven

The Physical Activity, Sports & Health research group conducts research with societal impact on the health, physical fitness and sports performance of individuals and groups across the lifespan. Two research lines can be identified:

1) Physical Activity for Fitness and Health research line

Research topics within the Physical Activity for Fitness and Health research line are guided by the Behavioural Epidemiology ...