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Universal Access to Health and Universal Health Coverage: identification of nursing research priorities in Latin America.

Cassiani SH, Bassalobre-Garcia A, Reveiz L - Rev Lat Am Enfermagem (2015)

Bottom Line: The resulting list of nursing research priorities consists of 276 study questions/ topics, which are sorted into 14 subcategories distributed into six major categories: 1.Social studies in the health field.The list of nursing research priorities is expected to serve as guidance and support for nursing research on health systems and services across Latin America.

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Affiliation: Health Systems and Services Department, Pan American Health Organization, Washington, DC, USA.

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Objective: To estabilish a regional list for nursing research priorities in health systems and services in the Region of the Americas based on the concepts of Universal Access to Health and Universal Health Coverage.

Method: Five-stage consensus process: systematic review of literature; appraisal of resulting questions and topics; ranking of the items by graduate program coordinators; discussion and ranking amongst a forum of researchers and public health leaders; and consultation with the Ministries of Health of the Pan American Health Organization's member states.

Results: The resulting list of nursing research priorities consists of 276 study questions/ topics, which are sorted into 14 subcategories distributed into six major categories: 1. Policies and education of nursing human resources; 2. Structure, organization and dynamics of health systems and services; 3. Science, technology, innovation, and information systems in public health; 4. Financing of health systems and services; 5. Health policies, governance, and social control; and 6. Social studies in the health field.

Conclusion: The list of nursing research priorities is expected to serve as guidance and support for nursing research on health systems and services across Latin America. Not only researchers, but also Ministries of Health, leaders in public health, and research funding agencies are encouraged to use the results of this list to help inform research-funding decisions.

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Mentions: The entire group consensus process yielded 276 priority research topics/questions sortedinto 14 subcategories, which were distributed into six major categories: 1. Policies andeducation of nursing human resources; 2. Structure, organization and dynamics of healthsystems and services; 3. Science, technology, innovation, and information systems inpublic health; 4. Financing of health systems and services; 5. Health policies,governance, and social control; and 6. Social studies in the health field (see Figures 2- 7).All topics/ questions hold equal priority.


Universal Access to Health and Universal Health Coverage: identification of nursing research priorities in Latin America.

Cassiani SH, Bassalobre-Garcia A, Reveiz L - Rev Lat Am Enfermagem (2015)

Research topics/questions into subcategories of the category Social Studiesin the Health Field
© Copyright Policy - open-access
Related In: Results  -  Collection

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f7: Research topics/questions into subcategories of the category Social Studiesin the Health Field
Mentions: The entire group consensus process yielded 276 priority research topics/questions sortedinto 14 subcategories, which were distributed into six major categories: 1. Policies andeducation of nursing human resources; 2. Structure, organization and dynamics of healthsystems and services; 3. Science, technology, innovation, and information systems inpublic health; 4. Financing of health systems and services; 5. Health policies,governance, and social control; and 6. Social studies in the health field (see Figures 2- 7).All topics/ questions hold equal priority.

Bottom Line: The resulting list of nursing research priorities consists of 276 study questions/ topics, which are sorted into 14 subcategories distributed into six major categories: 1.Social studies in the health field.The list of nursing research priorities is expected to serve as guidance and support for nursing research on health systems and services across Latin America.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Health Systems and Services Department, Pan American Health Organization, Washington, DC, USA.

ABSTRACT

Objective: To estabilish a regional list for nursing research priorities in health systems and services in the Region of the Americas based on the concepts of Universal Access to Health and Universal Health Coverage.

Method: Five-stage consensus process: systematic review of literature; appraisal of resulting questions and topics; ranking of the items by graduate program coordinators; discussion and ranking amongst a forum of researchers and public health leaders; and consultation with the Ministries of Health of the Pan American Health Organization's member states.

Results: The resulting list of nursing research priorities consists of 276 study questions/ topics, which are sorted into 14 subcategories distributed into six major categories: 1. Policies and education of nursing human resources; 2. Structure, organization and dynamics of health systems and services; 3. Science, technology, innovation, and information systems in public health; 4. Financing of health systems and services; 5. Health policies, governance, and social control; and 6. Social studies in the health field.

Conclusion: The list of nursing research priorities is expected to serve as guidance and support for nursing research on health systems and services across Latin America. Not only researchers, but also Ministries of Health, leaders in public health, and research funding agencies are encouraged to use the results of this list to help inform research-funding decisions.

No MeSH data available.