The International Association of Health Policy (IAHP) is a scientific, political and cultural organisation founded in 1977. It is an international network of scholars, health workers and activists with the aim of promoting the scientific analysis of public health issues and a forum for international comparisons and debate on health policy issues.

The WTO & privatisation of health care systems

Allyson M Pollock, David Price

Rewriting the regulations: how the World Trade Organisation could accelerate privatisation in health-care systems

Lancet 2000; 356: 1995-2000

Health Policy and Health Services Research Unit, School of Public Policy, University College London, London WC1H 9EZ, UK

Correspondence to: Prof Allyson M Pollock
Allyson M Pollock, David Price

Assessment of the World Health Report 2000

Vicente Navarro

Assessment of the World Health Report 2000

Lancet 2000; 356: 1598-601

Public Policy Program, Johns Hopkins University, USA-Pompeu Fabra University, Spain (Prof V Navarro MD); School of Public Health, Johns Hopkins University, 624 N Broadway, Room 448, Baltimore, MD 21205, USA

Correspondence to:

Prof Vicente Navarro, School of Public Health, Johns Hopkins University, USA Vicente Navarro

Why are doctors unhappy?

Julian Tudor Hart


BMJ 2001

Opening by H.U.Deppe - Barcelona Conference 1999

H-U Deppe

Welcome/ Opening intervention, the Barcelona Conference 1999

Dear Friends,

all conferences of the IAHP I opened - I started with some words about our group. We should remind the contents and conditions when we began to work together in 1982. And during the next days we should take in mind , what we have formulated in our STATUTES:

Equity and health sector reforms

Margaret Whitehead, Göran Dahlgren, Timothy Evans

Equity and health sector reforms: can low-income countries escape the medical poverty trap?

Lancet 2001; 358: 833-36

Department of Public Health, University of Liverpool, Liverpool, UK (Prof M Whitehead PhD); Swedish National Institute of Public Health, Stockholm, Sweden (Prof Göran Dahlgren MA); and Health Equity Division, The Rockefeller Foundation, New York, NY, USA (Timothy Evans MD)

Correspondence to:

The people's campaign for health care in Spain

Sanchez Bayle M, Beiras Cal H

The people's campaign against health care counter-reforms in Spain

J Public Health Policy 2001;22(2):139-152
PMID: 11469148 Hospital Nino Jesus, Madrid, Spain.

Social medicine in Latin America

Howard Waitzkin, Celia Iriart, Alfredo Estrada, Silvia Lamadrid

Social medicine in Latin America: productivity and dangers facing the major national groups

Lancet 2001; 358: 315-23

London 2001 Conference abstracts: A. Stolkiner

Alicia Stolkiner and research team PT48 UBACyT

Research and Health Policies: including the social actors in research

Institution: Secretariat of Science and Technology of the Buenos Aires University
Address: Conde 665 (cp1426) Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Phone / Fax: (54-11) 4555-7365


London 2001 Conference Abstracts: E.Bejerot

Eva Bejerot and Hans Hasselbladh

Quality systems in Swedish Health Services: Examination and confession technologies

National Institute for Working Life
School of Economics and Commercial Law
S-112 79 Stockholm Box 610, S- 40530 Gothenburg
Eva Bejerot e-mail
Hans Hasselbladh e-mail

London 2001 Conference Abstracts: A. Benos et al

Alexis Benos*, Stathis Giannakopoulos**, Theodore Zdoukos***,

The ongoing health services reforms by the greek social-democratic governement: a fast way backwards

*Assistant Prof In Social Medicine,
**General Practitioner, Research Fellow,
***General Practitioner, Secretary of the Union of Physicians working in the NHS
Laboratory of Hygiene & Social Medicine, Medical Dept, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece

Contact: A. Benos

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