Setting global research priorities for private sector child health service delivery: Results from a CHNRI exercise

The private health sector is an important source of sick child care, yet evidence gaps persist in best practices for integrated management of private sector child health services. Further, there is no prioritized research agenda to address these gaps. We used a Child Health and Nutrition Research Initiative (CHNRI) process to identify priority research questions in response to these evidence gaps. CHNRI is a consultative approach that entails prioritizing research questions by evaluating them against standardized criteria. Read the full article.


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Catherine Clarence, Tess Shiras, Jack Zhu, Malia K Boggs, Nefra Faltas, Anna Wadsworth, Sarah EK Bradley, Salim Sadruddin, Kerri Wazny, Catherine Goodman, Phyllis Awor, Zulfiqar A Bhutta, Karin Källander, Davidson H Hamer

December 2020
Resource Types
Journal Publication
Health Area
Child Health



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