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MAPPING NATIONAL HEALTH RESEARCH SYSTEMS

Developing baseline data is a first step for understanding the situation of the different countries regarding health research systems and serves as a basis for comparison. Mapping of National Health Research Systems (NHRS) is also a necessary first step to assess resources, capabilities, and talents in each country and allows for pertinent gaps to be identified and subsequently addressed while also enabling the identification of potential networks and south-to-south linkages in promoting research for health.

HRWeb Americas

 

 

What is the HRWeb

Governance and Policies

Regional Priorities for Research

Key Institutions/ Networks

Research Ethics Review

Research Regulation

Research Financing and Partnerships

Civil Society Organisations

Research Projects and Publications

Information Resources

Blackboard/ Announcements

EVIPNet America

PAHO and COHRED have partnered to develop the Health Research Web

 

The Health Research Web is an interactive platform that facilitates access to key information on the national health research systems in the Americas and is a growing source of systematized information on the structure, organization, financing and prioritization of research for health.

HR Web Americas Tutorials (Spanish only)

HRWeb Americas (http://bit.ly/HRWebAmericas) 


  Latin America Conference Reports
Strengthening National Health Research Systems: Documents

 

 

This page: http://bit.ly/NHRS_PAHO

Home Research: www.paho.org/ResearchPortal 

Last Updated on Thursday, 16 October 2014 15:38

Contact us: in PAHO/HQ: rp@paho.org; in the countries: list of focal points www.paho.org/researchportal

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