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  1. External and internal factors are increasingly encouraging research funding bodies to demonstrate the outcomes of their research. Traditional methods of assessing research are still important, but can be merge...

    Authors: Stephen R Hanney, Jonathan Grant, Steven Wooding and Martin J Buxton
    Citation: Health Research Policy and Systems 2004 2:4
  2. We used contingent valuation technique to estimate the parental willingness to pay for an episode of diarrhoea among 324 children of both sexes aged between five and seven years in two rural villages of Chenna...

    Authors: Mo Amin and Farhana Khondoker
    Citation: Health Research Policy and Systems 2004 2:3
  3. Complementary or discrepant stages of change for multiple risk behaviors can guide the development of effective risk reduction interventions for multiple risk factors. The objectives of this study were to asse...

    Authors: Wendell C Taylor, Joseph T Hepworth, Emily Lees, Andrea Cassells, Yolene Gousse, M Monica Monica Sweeney, Anita Vaughn and Jonathan N Tobin
    Citation: Health Research Policy and Systems 2004 2:2
  4. The benefits of scientific medicine have eluded millions in developing countries and the genomics revolution threatens to increase health inequities between North and South. India, as a developing yet also ind...

    Authors: Tara Acharya, Nandini K Kumar, Vasantha Muthuswamy, Abdallah S Daar and Peter A Singer
    Citation: Health Research Policy and Systems 2004 2:1
  5. The importance of health research utilisation in policy-making, and of understanding the mechanisms involved, is increasingly recognised. Recent reports calling for more resources to improve health in developi...

    Authors: Stephen R Hanney, Miguel A Gonzalez-Block, Martin J Buxton and Maurice Kogan
    Citation: Health Research Policy and Systems 2003 1:2