The challenges of corruption, accountability and partnerships in people-centred health systems

posted Sep 29, 2014, 1:26 AM by Jeff Knezovich
2 October, 16:30-18:00, Roof Terrace

The session presents a conceptual framework addressing primary health care governance, a realist synthesis on social accountability and considers the role of district managers and partnerships with faith-based providers in people-centred health systems.

Moderator: Jean-Pierre Olivier de Sardan, Director of Research, Lasdel (Laboratoire d’études et de recherche sur les dynamiques sociales et le développement local), Niger

  • Seye Abimbola, PhD candidate, School of Public Health, University of Sydney, Australia, Towards people-centred health systems: A conceptual framework for the analysis of primary health care governance in low- and middle-income countries
  • Meghan Guida, Monitoring & Evaluation Specialist, Management Sciences for Health, USA, People-centred health systems and corruption: A global survey of health managers’ perceptions of the causes of, and recommended ways to reduce, health-sector corruption
  • Elsbet Lodenstein, PhD researcher, Free University Amsterdam/Royal Tropical Institute (KIT), Netherlands, When and how does social accountability influence providers’ and policy-makers’ responsiveness in health service delivery in developing countries?
  • Jill Olivier, Lecturer, Health Policy & Systems Division, University of Cape Town, South Africa, Unique governance and partnership strategies for private non-profit health providers: People-centred strategies for faith-based providers
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