Nuffield Centre for International Health and Development
1958 Leeds UK
1958, Leeds (UK), as a pilot scheme in hospital administration within the Department of Adult Education at Leeds University. Became Nuffield Centre for Health Services Studies in 1962. Name changed to Nuffield Institute for Health Services Studies in 1986. Present name adopted in 2004.
Enhance understanding of the health system management processes and policies necessary for the promotion of health and equity in middle and low-income countries; promote an analytical and evidence-based approach to public health policies and interventions; develop in a sustained fashion the management, planning and public health capacity of the health system in middle and low-income countries.
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