Title Category Author Hits
Barriers to evidence-based practice in doctors and nurses in Rwanda and Uganda UHC Complementary Initiatives K. Boer 1591
Barriers to the utilization of maternal health care in rural Mali UHC Complementary Initiatives A. J. Gage 2128
Beyond health aid: would an international equalization scheme for universal health coverage serve the international collective interest? UHC Complementary Initiatives G. Ooms, R. Hammonds, A. Waris, B. Criel, W. Van Damme and A. Whiteside 2166
Beyond legal coverage: Assessing the performance of social health protection UHC Complementary Initiatives X. Scheil-Adlung and F. Bonnet 2205
Beyond price: individuals' accounts of deciding to pay for private healthcare treatment in the UK UHC Complementary Initiatives C. Exley, N. Rousseau, C. Donaldson and J. Steele 1574
Beyond UHC: Monitoring Health and Social Protection Coverage in the Context of Tuberculosis Care and Prevention UHC Complementary Initiatives K. Lönnroth, P. Glaziou, D. Weil, K. Floyd, M. Uplekar and M. Raviglione 1463
BEyond universal health insurance to effective health care UHC Complementary Initiatives E. Ginzberg and M. Ostow 1383
BRICS? role in global health and the promotion of universal health coverage: the debate continues UHC Complementary Initiatives M. McKee, R. Marten, D. Balabanova, N. Watt, Y. Huang, A. P. Finch, V. Y. Fan, W. Van Damme, F. Tediosi and E. Missoni 1981
Bridging the Gap Between Evidence-based Innovation and National Health-sector Reform in Ghana UHC Complementary Initiatives J. K. Awoonor-Williams, E. S. Feinglass, R. Tobey, M. N. Vaughan-Smith, F. K. Nyonator and T. C. Jones 2014
Broader health coverage is good for the nation's health: evidence from country level panel data UHC Complementary Initiatives R. Moreno-Serra and P. C. Smith 1503
Burden of Out-of-Pocket Health Payments in Andhra Pradesh UHC Complementary Initiatives S. Nagulapalli 1492

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