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Evaluating health research capacity building : an evidence-based tool

BATES, Imelda
et al
July 2006

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Health research capacity building is essential to the success and sustainability of research programmes. This article describes the development and use of a tool for determining whether the required infrastructure is present in a given setting, and for designing and evaluating capacity-building programmes in health research. It provides an analysis of published models and effective capacity-building principles, together with structured reflection and action by stakeholders at the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital (KATH) in Kumasi, Ghana

No development without research : a challenge for research capacity strengthening

NUYENS, Yvo
2005

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This document provides an overview of key players, programmes and issues around research capacity strengthening. Fragmentation, overlapping and insufficient coordination of programmes prevent the bridging of the 'know-do gap'. The document depicts a framework encompassing the individual level (training), the institutional level (development of institutions) and the macro level (enabling environment, which includes the national health research system). Crucially, it describes research 'as an iterative process in phases, starting with managing the research agenda and ending with utilizing evidence in decision-making in policy and practice'

Malaria Centre report 2004-05

LONDON SCHOOL OF HYGIENE AND TROPICAL MEDICINE
2005

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This report describes the scientific research undertaken on malaria by the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine in collaboration with research partners in other countries in 2004-2005. The quality and range of the studies reflect recent advances in the understanding of malaria and control strategies and cut across traditional scientific boundaries to include, for instance, economic and social aspects. Key areas of investigation include: epidemiology; immunology and vaccination; parasite biology; clinical trials; drug development; vector control; social and economic studies; capacity development

The 10/90 report on health research 2003-2004

GLOBAL FORUM FOR HEALTH RESEARCH
2004

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This report, the fourth since Global Forum for Health Research formed in 1998, covers progress in helping correct the 10/90 gap (that only ten per cent of health research funds are spent on 90 per cent of the world's problems) over the past two years. It focusses on health and health research as sound economic investments; priority setting in health research; progress in measuring the 10/90 gap; research capacity strengthening; information networks in health research; gender; the MDGs and health research; and networks in the priority research areas

The 10/90 report on health research 2003-2004

GLOBAL FORUM FOR HEALTH RESEARCH
2004

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This site contains up-to-date information on progress in helping correct the 10/90 gap in health research. It includes reports from 1999, 2000, 2001/2002 and 2003/2004. The most recent, the fourth since Global Forum for Health Research formed in 1998, covers progress in helping correct the 10/90 gap (that only ten per cent of health research funds are spent on 90 per cent of the world's problems) over the past two years. It focusses on health and health research as sound economic investments; priority setting in health research; progress in measuring the 10/90 gap; research capacity strengthening; information networks in health research; gender; the MDGs and health research; and networks in the priority research areas

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