Welcome to the Global Health Priorities website
The Global Health Priorities research group study the ethics and economics of priority setting in health, and the background and implications of health policies and planning. Key research topics are: the ethics of decisions at a clinical and population level, local implications of global and national health policies, equity-efficiency trade-offs, and standard and extended health economic evaluations.
Read our condensed and to-the-point summaries of recent scientific publications:
Estimating Cancer Incidence to Improve Cancer Control Programs and Coverage in Ethiopia - Solomon Memirie 2018
Moving towards Universal Health Coverage in Ethiopia - a guide for revision of essential health care packages - based on paper by Woldemariam et al. 2018
Patient age is widely used, directly or indirectly, to guide clinical decisions - Eirik J. Tranvåg et al. 2018
Poor can gain more health life years by the Ethiopian mental health strategy - Kjell A. Johansson et al. 2016