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Rallying For UHC (IV): Aligning UHC with Civil Society Priorities | Management Sciences for Health UHC Complementary Initiatives J. Jay 1320
Realizing universal health coverage for maternal health services in the Republic of Guinea: the use of workforce projections to design health labor market interventions UHC Complementary Initiatives C. Jansen, L. Codjia, G. Cometto, M. L. Yansané and M. Dieleman 1101
Reassessing catastrophic health-care payments with a Nigerian case study UHC Complementary Initiatives J. E.-O. Ataguba 1190
Reducing out-of-pocket expenditures to reduce poverty: a disaggregated analysis at rural-urban and state level in India UHC Complementary Initiatives C. C. Garg and A. K. Karan 1639
Reducing the Medical Cost of Deliveries in Burkina Faso Is Good for Everyone, Including the Poor UHC Complementary Initiatives V. Ridde, S. Kouanda, A. Bado, N. Bado and S. Haddad 1489
Reducing user fees for primary health care in Kenya: Policy on paper or policy in practice? UHC Complementary Initiatives J. Chuma, J. Musimbi, V. Okungu, C. Goodman and C. Molyneux 1313
Reforming Central Government Health Scheme into a ‘Universal Health Coverage’ model UHC Complementary Initiatives R. SARWAL 1405
Removing user fees for primary care in Africa: the need for careful action UHC Complementary Initiatives L. Gilson and D. McIntyre 1611
Removing user fees: learning from international experience to support the process UHC Complementary Initiatives B. McPake, N. Brikci, G. Cometto, A. Schmidt and E. Araujo 1506
Research for Universal Health Coverage UHC Complementary Initiatives C. Dye, J. C. Reeder and R. F. Terry 1489
Research for universal health coverage: World health report 2013 UHC Complementary Initiatives WHO 1226
Research in cancer care disparities in countries with universal healthcare: mapping the field and its conceptual contours UHC Complementary Initiatives C. Sinding, R. Warren, D. Fitzpatrick-Lewis and J. Sussman 1421
Research into universal health coverage rises despite economic downturn, report finds UHC Complementary Initiatives N. Hawkes 1365
Resource flows for health care: Namibia reproductive health sub-accounts UHC Complementary Initiatives T. Mbeeli, M. Samahiya, N. Ravishankar, E. Zere and J. Kirigia 1645
Rethinking Evaluations of Health Equity Initiatives: An introduction to the special issue UHC Complementary Initiatives S. Sridharan and C. Tannahill 1400
Rethinking eye health systems to achieve universal coverage: the role of research UHC Complementary Initiatives K. Blanchet, C. Gilbert and D. de Savigny 1363
Rethinking health systems strengthening: key systems thinking tools and strategies for transformational change UHC Complementary Initiatives R. C. Swanson, A. Cattaneo, E. Bradley, S. Chunharas, R. Atun, K. M. Abbas, K. Katsaliaki, N. Mustafee, B. Mason Meier and A. Best 1304
Revisiting urban health and social inequalities: the devil is in the detail and the solution is in all of us UHC Complementary Initiatives C. Stephens 1317
Revitalizing physician social service to unlock universal health coverage: First report from partners in health - Mexico UHC Complementary Initiatives D. Palazuelos, L. Palazuelos, P. Elliott, A. Van Wieren and H. Flores Navarro 1407
Roundtable discussion: what is the future role of the private sector in health? UHC Complementary Initiatives G. Stallworthy, K. Boahene, K. Ohiri, A. Pamba and J. Knezovich 1535

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