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Scaling up health policies and services in low- and middle-income settings UHC Complementary Initiatives K. Hanson, S. Cleary, H. Schneider, S. Tantivess and L. Gilson 1526
Service quality perceptions and patient satisfaction: a study of hospitals in a developing country UHC Complementary Initiatives S. S. Andaleeb 1717
Setting the Scene: The Challenges of Universal Health Coverage and the Contribution of Management Education UHC Complementary Initiatives R. Tarricone 1266
Sexual stigma and discrimination as barriers to seeking appropriate healthcare among men who have sex with men in Swaziland UHC Complementary Initiatives K. Risher, D. Adams, B. Sithole, S. Ketende, C. Kennedy, Z. Mnisi, X. Mabusa and S. D. Baral 1247
Shifting the burden of health care finance: a case study of public–private partnership in Singapore UHC Complementary Initiatives M.-K. Lim 2153
Should we use Ebola to campaign for UHC? UHC Complementary Initiatives jointlearningnetwork 1398
Social class related inequalities in household health expenditure and economic burden: evidence from Kerala, south India UHC Complementary Initiatives S. Mukherjee, S. Haddad and D. Narayana 1413
Social movements are key towards universal health coverage UHC Complementary Initiatives W. De Ceukelaire and P. De Vos 1480
Social protection and preventing illness in developing countries: Establishing the health effects of pensions and health insurance UHC Complementary Initiatives P. Lloyd-Sherlock, N. Minicuci, J. Beard and S. Chatterji 1489
Socio-economic determinants of household out-of-pocket payments on healthcare in Pakistan UHC Complementary Initiatives A. Muhammad Malik and S. Azam Syed 1402
South Africa can’t lose its nerve on universal health care UHC Complementary Initiatives D. Eagar 1287
South Africa: a 21st century apartheid in health and health care? UHC Complementary Initiatives G. H. Mooney and D. E. McIntyre 2048
Statistical inference of progressivity dominance: an application to health care financing distributions UHC Complementary Initiatives J. Klavus 1307
Strengthening health systems for equity and social justice in South Africa: The 24th anniversary of the Centre for Health Policy UHC Complementary Initiatives L. C Rispel, A. Padarath and G. Walt 1251
Strengthening health systems of developing countries: a systematic review of surgery in universal health coverage in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs) UHC Complementary Initiatives E. A. Oliver, J. S. Okoroh, V. Chia, M. L. Dharmawadene and R. Riviello 1301
Strengthening Health Systems of Developing Countries: Inclusion of Surgery in Universal Health Coverage UHC Complementary Initiatives J. Okoroh, V. Chia, E. Oliver, M. Dharmawardene and R. Riviello 1309
Striving for universal health coverage UHC Complementary Initiatives The Lancet 1533
Studies shed doubt on future UHC Complementary Initiatives H. N. Jong 1376
Sustainability of universal health coverage in Italy: a modelling study UHC Complementary Initiatives S. Olgiati, A. Danovi, A. Lanzarini and G. Cesana 1501
Sustainable healthcare accreditation: messages from Europe in 2009 UHC Complementary Initiatives C. D. Shaw, B. Kutryba, J. Braithwaite, M. Bedlicki and A. Warunek 1357
Sustaining universal health coverage in France : a perpetual challenge (English) UHC Complementary Initiatives H. Barroy, Z. Or, A. Kumar and D. Bernstein 1457
Sustaining Universal Health Coverage: The Interaction of Social, Political, and Economic Sustainability UHC Complementary Initiatives E. Borgonovi and A. Compagni 1512
Systematic Review of Health Economic Analyses of Measles and Rubella Immunization Interventions UHC Complementary Initiatives K. M. Thompson and C. L. Odahowski 1327

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