This article, published on July 3rd, 2017 in the International Journal of Health Planning and Management, was written by study analysed health care performance-based financing implementation in Burkina Faso 12 months post‐launch in late 2014.
This article, written by Esther Mc Sween-Cadieux, Christian Dagenais, Paul-André Somé and Valéry Ridde, was published on June 2nd, 2017, in the Volume 15, issue 1 of the Health Research Policy and Systems Journal. It presents observations and implications of a workshop held in Burkina Faso and the effects it produced on research results use and the processes that facilitated, or not, the application of the knowledge transmitted. (more…)
This article, written by Emmanuel Bonnet, Aude Nikiéma, Zoumana Traoré, Salifou Sidbega and Valéry Ridde, was published on June 2nd, 2017, in the Volume 10, issue 1 of the Global Health Action Journal. It presents the methodology and implementation of, and quality of results produced by, technological solutions for a road traffic crash and trauma surveillance system in the city of Ouagadougou in Burkina Faso. (more…)
This editorial, written by Andréa Caprara and Valéry Ridde, was published last November in issue 23 of the Global Health Promotion magazine. It addresses the need to strengthen health promotion in Latin America through the example of the Zika epidemic. This article is also available in spanish, portuguese and in french. (more…)
McGill Global Health Programs and the Université de Montréal Chair REALISME (Interventional applied research in global health and equity) held on last April 20th, 2017, a Global Health Workshop, Methods For Implementation Science in Global Health, at McGill University. The purpose was to try to understand why do interventions work in one “real world” setting and not another.
McGill Global Health Programs is proud to partner with the Université de Montréal Chair REALISME (Interventional applied research in global health and equity).
Implementation science is not implementation research (use of evidence for intervention); it’s about mobilizing theories, concepts and methods to better understand what, why, and how interventions work in a “real world” setting (Ridde V. BMJ Glob Health 2016;1:e000115). But it is more easily stated than accomplished!
Last March 2, 2017, at the University of Valle in Cali, Colombia, the VERDAS consortium research project presented its research results, a synthesis of knowledge on urban health interventions for the prevention and control of vector-borne diseases. (more…)
Access to health care for uninsured migrants (those with precarious status, often undocumented) is difficult. In partnership with Médecins du Monde, the research project on uninsured migrants in Montreal seeks to improve access to care for this population by studying their health status and understanding the social barriers determining it.
This article is set to be published on April 2017 in the Volume 61 of Evaluation and Program Planning and is already available online in open access. It was written by Anne Guichard, Émilie Tardieu, Christian Dagenais, Kareen Nour, Ginette Lafontaine and Valéry Ridde and it focuses on the combined use of concept mapping and focus groups to adapt a health equity tool in Canada. You can download the article hereunder. (more…)