Health Policy and Planning

Papers
(The TQCC of Health Policy and Planning is 13. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-06-01 to 2024-06-01.)
ArticleCitations
Document analysis in health policy research: the READ approach147
Health system resilience: a literature review of empirical research104
On time horizons in health economic evaluations40
Tuberculosis control and care in the era of COVID-1935
What are the barriers to implementing national antimicrobial resistance action plans? A novel mixed-methods policy analysis in Pakistan31
What role can health policy and systems research play in supporting responses to COVID-19 that strengthen socially just health systems?30
From resilient to transilient health systems: the deep transformation of health systems in response to the COVID-19 pandemic28
The burden of household out-of-pocket health expenditures in Ethiopia: estimates from a nationally representative survey (2015–16)26
The origins of Ethiopia's primary health care expansion: The politics of state building and health system strengthening23
Interventions to strengthen the leadership capabilities of health professionals in Sub-Saharan Africa: a scoping review22
The worse the better? Quantile treatment effects of a conditional cash transfer programme on mental health19
The distinctive roles of urban community health workers in low- and middle-income countries: a scoping review of the literature17
Approaches to integrating palliative care into African health systems: a qualitative systematic review17
Hope and trust in times of Zika: the views of caregivers and healthcare workers at the forefront of the epidemic in Brazil17
Implementation research and human-centred design: how theory driven human-centred design can sustain trust in complex health systems, support measurement and drive sustained community health volunteer17
How does embedded implementation research work? Examining core features through qualitative case studies in Latin America and the Caribbean17
How ready is the system to deliver primary healthcare? Results of a primary health facility assessment in Enugu State, Nigeria17
Evaluating implementation strategies for essential newborn care interventions in low- and low middle-income countries: a systematic review17
How do decision-makers use evidence in community health policy and financing decisions? A qualitative study and conceptual framework in four African countries16
Is patient navigation a solution to the problem of "leaving no one behind"? A scoping review of evidence from low-income countries16
Strategies used to establish palliative care in rural low- and middle-income countries: an integrative review16
Health reform and Indigenous health policy in Brazil: contexts, actors and discourses15
Implementation research on sustainable electrification of rural primary care facilities in Ghana and Uganda14
A public–private partnership for dialysis provision in Ethiopia: a model for high-cost care in low-resource settings13
Policy Process And Non-State Actors’ Influence On The 2014 Mexican Soda Tax13
Optimizing treatment cascades for mental healthcare in Mozambique: preliminary effectiveness of the Systems Analysis and Improvement Approach for Mental Health (SAIA-MH)13
Effectiveness of a nutrition education and counselling training package on antenatal care: a cluster randomized controlled trial in Addis Ababa13
Understanding the factors influencing the implementation of participatory interventions to improve care coordination. An analytical framework based on an evaluation in Latin America13
Implementation research is crucial to countries’ efforts to strengthen learning health systems13
Applying a complex adaptive systems approach to the evaluation of a school-based intervention for intimate partner violence prevention in Mexico13
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