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Title: Partnerships for Developing World Health: Decision and Management Issues for Pharmaceutical Companies
Themes: Tools for enhancing health equity
Authors: Widdus, Roy
Keywords: collaboration, companies, health, initiative on public-private partnerships for health (IPPPH), management, pharmaceuticals, poverty, public-private partnerships (PPP)
Year: 2004 Pages: 30
Abstract:
At the end of June, 2003, approximately three dozen representatives of the pharmaceutical industry, non-governmental organizations (NGO's), educational institutions, philanthropic organizations, public health departments and multilateral organizations met for two days at the Institut Français des Relations Internationales in Paris to discuss decision and management issues for pharmaceutical companies involved in public-private partnerships.
This report of the meeting, rather than adopting a chronological approach to the subjects evoked, is organized thematically.
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Title: Perceived Research Priorities in Sexual and Reproductive Health For Low- and Middle-Income Countries
Authors: Andres de Francisco, Catherin d'Arcangues, Karin Ringheim, Anna Liwander, Alexandre Peregoudov, Hannah-Sarah Faich, Lakshmi Sundaram
Year: 2009 Pages: 56
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Title: Public-Private Management of Intellectual Property for Public Health Outcomes in the Developing World: The Lessons of Access Conditions in Research and Development Agreements
Themes: Tools for enhancing health equity
Authors: Taubman, Antony
Keywords: access, agreements, development, health, intellectual property, lessons, operational issues, poverty, research collaboration
Year: 2004 Pages: 34
Abstract:
This study considers specific practical options for managing intellectual property (IP) to promote the creation, development and effective dissemination of medical research outcomes for neglected diseases or diseases of poverty.
It considers how public-private partnership research and development agreements with access conditions have been developed, negotiated and implemented, and how they are structuring to ensure the widest effective access to the finished product.
ISBN: 2-940286-19-1
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Title: Public-Private Partnerships for Improving Access to Pharmaceuticals: Lessons from Field Implementation in Selected Countries
Themes: Tools for enhancing health equity
Authors: Taubman, Antony
Keywords: access, collaboration, country lessons, drugs, health, initiative on public-private partnerships for health (IPPPH), pharmaceuticals, poverty, public-private partnerships (PPP)
Year: 2002 Pages: 21
Abstract:
This report is based on a meeting on public-private partnerships (PPPs) for improving access to pharmaceuticals, organized by the Initiative on Public-Private Partnerships for Health (IPPPH). The meeting was held on the 10 - 11 November 2002 at Forum 6.
Through a series of presentations and follow-ups discussion, the meeting focused on the lessons learnt from the experience of a number of PPPs operating in selected countries in Africa.
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Title: Public-Private Partnerships for Health and Guaranteeing Drug Delivery through Health Systems: Issues Needing Further Analysis
Themes: Tools for enhancing health equity
Authors: Holm, Karin; Walt, Gill; Widdus, Roy
Keywords: health, public-private partnerships (PPP)
Year: 2001 Pages: 18
Abstract:
The broad aims of the report is to share views and experiences regarding how PPPs in the health sector 'play themselves out at the country level,' particularly those partnerships involving drug delivery and distribution. More specifically, it aims to identify and discuss the value-added achieved by such partnerships, the costs associated with them, and their unintended consequences for health systems in developing countries.
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