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Title: Forum 11: Book of abstracts
Themes: Voices from stakeholders
Keywords: abstracts, equitable access, Forum, Forum 11, innovation, meeting, poster, presentation, research
Year: 2007 Pages: 212
This collection contains the abstracts that had been accepted for oral or poster presentation at Forum 11, which took place in Beijing, People's Republic of China (29 October - 2 November 2007) and focused on Equitable Access: Research challenges for health in developing countries.
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Title: Flows of Financial Resources for Health Research and Development in Brazil 2000-2002
Portuguese version:Fluxos de Recursos Financeiros para a Pesquisa e Desenvolvimento em Saúde no Brasil 2000 - 2002
Spanish version:Flujo de los Recursos Financieros para la Investigación y Desarrollo en Salud en el Brasil 2000-2002
Themes: Data on R&D for health investments
Authors: de Azevedo Gesteira, Ana Sílvia
Keywords: Brazil, development, evidence, expenditures, financial, flows, framework, health, indicators, monitoring, research, research and development (R&D), resources, spending, track
Year: 2006 Pages: 53
This study focuses on the preparation of a systematic framework for application of the methodology developed by the Center for Economic Policy Research (CEPR) and the Council on Health Research for Development (COHRED), in order to make it possible to map and measure the flows of financial resources for health R&D in Brazil, as well as the quantification of how well the national expenditures in health R&D match the agenda of priorities set by the Ministry of Health.

In order to do this, the investigation was organized in the following stages: collection of data and information on sources; expenditures and uses of health R&D resources; data analysis and creation of indicators; and the proposal of a system for monitoring financial resources invested in health R&D in Brazil.
ISBN: 85-334-1195-2
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