Strengthening Health Systems aims to bridge the divides between academia, policy and implementation in health systems intervention and reform. We publish papers with recognisable policy impact that draw on robust research and operational experience from both academic and non-academic authors.
We are committed to addressing the 5/95 publications gap for health systems research, a term coined by the WHO-based Alliance for Health Policy and Systems Research to describe the imbalance between numbers of health systems research papers from developing countries compared to developed nations. As such, we have pledged to maintain a policy of no author fees and open access publication for all our content to remove barriers to publication and ensure maximum dissemination and use of published work.
To support all authors, no matter how inexperienced, to capture their knowledge in the scientific record, we also offer a cluster of publishing support services, including protocol reviews, writing support, intensive author feedback/developmental editing, and mentoring arrangements, Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more.
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SHS Blog www.shsjournal.wordpress.com
Call for papers
A new international journal supported by PEPFAR and published by the South African Medical Association
Writing and reviewing for SHS
|We are actively seeking new authors to contribute to both the journal and SHS blog.|
Table of Contents
|People-centered health systems for UHC|
|J D Quick, C R Canavan, J Jay|
|Strengthening health systems through improved reliability of health information: An evaluation of the expanded programme on immunisation data management in Eastern Cape, South Africa|
|A-M Jamin, B Kaposhi, D Schopflocher, N Mqoqi|