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Atun, Rifat BIBSYS RERO - Library Network of Western Switzerland National Library of Latvia ISNI NUK/COBISS.SI, Slovenia National Library of the Netherlands

Atun, Rifat A. German National Library National Library of the Czech Republic National and University Library in Zagreb National Library of Israel Library of Congress/NACO

VIAF ID: 65966418 (Personal)

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Clearing the global health fog : a systematic review of the evidence on integration of health systems and targeted interventions RERO - Library Network of Western Switzerland National and University Library in Zagreb Library of Congress/NACO NUK/COBISS.SI, Slovenia Wikidata National Library of the Czech Republic
eLearning for undergraduate health professional education : a systematic review informing a radical transformation of health workforce development NUK/COBISS.SI, Slovenia
Health care systems in transition : Georgia, 2002: NUK/COBISS.SI, Slovenia National Library of Latvia
Health systems and the challenge of communicable diseases. National Library of Latvia
Innovation in the biopharmaceutical industry National Library of the Czech Republic Library of Congress/NACO
Long-term financing needs for HIV control in sub-Saharan Africa in 2015–2050. - German National Library
Médico de família, 2002: Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Israel
Mobile phone messaging for communicating results of medical investigations NUK/COBISS.SI, Slovenia Wikidata
Mobile phone messaging for facilitating self-management of long-term illnesses NUK/COBISS.SI, Slovenia Wikidata
Mobile phone messaging reminders for attendance at healthcare appointments NUK/COBISS.SI, Slovenia Wikidata
Moldova : health system review BIBSYS RERO - Library Network of Western Switzerland Wikidata National Library of Latvia National Library of the Netherlands National Library of the Czech Republic
The need for independent evaluations of government-led health information technology initiatives. Wikidata
The need to expand global access to radiotherapy Wikidata
Negative health system effects of Global Fund's investments in AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria from 2002 to 2009 systematic review NUK/COBISS.SI, Slovenia Wikidata
Opportunities in the UK healthcare market, 1998: Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Israel
The power of integration: radiotherapy and global palliative care. Wikidata
Preventing delayed diagnosis of cancer clinicians' views on main problems and solutions NUK/COBISS.SI, Slovenia Wikidata
Prevention of mother-to-child transmission of HIV and the health-related Millennium Development Goals: time for a public health approach. Wikidata
Prioritizing problems in and solutions to homecare safety of people with dementia supporting carers, streamlining care NUK/COBISS.SI, Slovenia Wikidata
Promoting country ownership and stewardship of health programs: The global fund experience. Wikidata
Public-private partnerships for hospitals. Wikidata
Quasi-experimental study designs series-paper 12: strengthening global capacity for evidence synthesis of quasi-experimental health systems research. Wikidata
Relative and absolute addressability of global disease burden in maternal and perinatal health by investment in R&D. Wikidata
Resistance to implementing policy change: the case of Ukraine. Wikidata
Risk factors for pulmonary tuberculosis in Russia: case-control study. Wikidata
Scale-up of services and research priorities for diagnosis, management, and control of tuberculosis: a call to action. Wikidata
Scaling up mental health services: where would the money come from? Wikidata
Scaling up research and learning for health systems: time to act. Wikidata
Scaling up towards international targets for AIDS, tuberculosis, and malaria: contribution of global fund-supported programs in 2011-2015. Wikidata
Sex, drugs and economic behaviour in Russia: a study of socio-economic characteristics of high risk populations. Wikidata
Sexual and reproductive health activities in HIV programmes: can we monitor progress? Wikidata
Shifting chronic disease management from hospitals to primary care in Estonian health system: analysis of national panel data. Wikidata
Should development agencies care about mental health? Wikidata
Social, economic, human rights and political challenges to global mental health. Wikidata
Stopping tuberculosis: a biosocial model for sustainable development. Wikidata
Strengthening health systems in low-income countries by enhancing organizational capacities and improving institutions Wikidata
Sustainable development goals and country-specific targets. Wikidata
Systematic analysis of funding awarded to institutions in the United Kingdom for infectious disease research, 1997-2010. Wikidata
Systems thinking for the post-2015 agenda. Wikidata
Technologies for global health. Wikidata
Telephone consultation for improving health of people living with or at risk of HIV: a systematic review NUK/COBISS.SI, Slovenia Wikidata
Time for a revolution in reporting of global health data. Wikidata
Towards an improved investment approach for an effective response to HIV/AIDS. Wikidata
Transforming Turkey's Health System--Lessons for Universal Coverage. Wikidata
Transition to universal primary health care coverage in Brazil: Analysis of uptake and expansion patterns of Brazil's Family Health Strategy (1998-2012) Wikidata
Transitioning health systems for multimorbidity. Wikidata
Transparency and availability of data for cancer research. Wikidata
Tuberculosis and tuberculosis/HIV/AIDS-associated mortality in Africa: the urgent need to expand and invest in routine and research autopsies. Wikidata
Tuberculosis control is crucial to achieve the MDGs. Wikidata
Tuberculosis diagnostics and biomarkers: needs, challenges, recent advances, and opportunities. Wikidata
Tuberculosis in prisons in sub-Saharan Africa--the need for improved health services, surveillance and control. Wikidata
UK investments in global infectious disease research 1997-2010: a case study. Wikidata
Unemployment and HIV mortality in the countries of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development: 1981-2009. Wikidata
Unemployment, government healthcare spending, and cerebrovascular mortality, worldwide 1981-2009: an ecological study. Wikidata
Unemployment, public-sector healthcare expenditure and colorectal cancer mortality in the European Union: 1990-2009. Wikidata
Universal access to malaria medicines: innovation in financing and delivery. Wikidata
Universal health coverage and intersectoral action for health: key messages from Disease Control Priorities, 3rd edition. Wikidata
Universal health coverage in Turkey: enhancement of equity. Wikidata
The uptake of integrated perinatal prevention of mother-to-child HIV transmission programs in low- and middle-income countries: a systematic review. NUK/COBISS.SI, Slovenia Wikidata
User-fee-removal improves equity of children's health care utilization and reduces families' financial burden: evidence from Jamaica Wikidata
Variation in health system performance for managing diabetes among states in India: a cross-sectional study of individuals aged 15 to 49 years Wikidata
Venice Statement on global health initiatives and health systems. Wikidata
Vertical and horizontal equity of funding for malaria control: a global multisource funding analysis for 2006-2010. Wikidata
Viewpoint: Scientific dogmas, paradoxes and mysteries of latent Mycobacterium tuberculosis infection. Wikidata
Wann sind vertikale (eigenständige) Programme in Gesundheitssystemen sinnvoll? German National Library
What action can national and international agencies take? Wikidata
Why do health systems matter? Exploring links between health systems and HIV response: a case study from Russia. Wikidata
Women and Health: the key for sustainable development. Wikidata
Системы здравоохранения и проблемы инфекционных заболеваний : опыт Европы и Латынской Америки National Library of Latvia

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