2023 - Research.com Social Sciences and Humanities in United Kingdom Leader Award
2022 - Research.com Social Sciences and Humanities in United Kingdom Leader Award
2013 - Fellow of the Royal Society, United Kingdom
2009 - Prince Mahidol Award
2006 - Member of the National Academy of Medicine (NAM)
Health policy, Developing country, Public health, Economic growth and Health care are her primary areas of study. Her Health policy research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Health services research, Health services, Environmental resource management and Healthcare system. Her Developing country research includes themes of Private sector, Indirect costs, Program evaluation and Environmental protection.
Her work in Public health is not limited to one particular discipline; it also encompasses Environmental health. Her work on Gross national income is typically connected to Context as part of general Economic growth study, connecting several disciplines of science. The Health care study combines topics in areas such as Anthropometry, Legislation, Development economics and Child mortality.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Economic growth, Developing country, Health policy, Health care and Public health. Her Economic growth research incorporates themes from Public sector and Development economics. Her study in Developing country is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Psychological intervention, Cost–benefit analysis, Program evaluation and Environmental health.
Her Environmental health study frequently intersects with other fields, such as Malaria. In her research, Health education is intimately related to Health promotion, which falls under the overarching field of Health policy. Her Health care research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Nursing, Government, Payment and Family medicine.
Her primary areas of investigation include Economic growth, Health policy, Health care, Developing country and Public health. Anne Mills interconnects Qualitative research, Politics and China in the investigation of issues within Economic growth. Her research in Health policy intersects with topics in Equity, Health services research, Health economics, Public relations and Health equity.
Her study on Health promotion is often connected to Context as part of broader study in Health care. Her work in Developing country addresses issues such as Environmental health, which are connected to fields such as Childbirth and MEDLINE. When carried out as part of a general Public health research project, her work on Health administration is frequently linked to work in Stateless protocol, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study.
Her primary areas of study are Economic growth, Developing country, Health policy, Health care and Environmental health. Her Economic growth research focuses on MEDLINE and how it relates to China. Her Developing country research includes elements of Health services research, Data collection, Accountability and Vaccination.
Her Health policy study contributes to a more complete understanding of Public health. Her Health care research incorporates elements of Respondent and Equity. Her Environmental health research focuses on Childbirth and how it connects with Complications of pregnancy, Nursing, Health promotion and Economic evaluation.
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Disease control priorities in developing countries.
D. T. Jamison;J. G. Breman;A. R. Measham;G. Alleyne.
Disease control priorities in developing countries. (2006)
Overcoming health-systems constraints to achieve the Millennium Development Goals
Phyllida Travis;Sara Bennett;Andy Haines;Tikki Pang.
Disease control priorities in developing countries, second edition
Dean T. Jamison;Joel G. Breman;Anthony R. Measham;George Alleyne.
Conquering the Intolerable Burden of Malaria: What’s New, What’s Needed: A Summary
Joel G. Breman;Martin S. Alilio;Anne Mills.
American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene (2004)
Maternal health in poor countries: the broader context and a call for action.
Veronique Filippi;Carine Ronsmans;Oona M. R. Campbell;Wendy Jane Graham.
Improving health of the global poor [Electronic Letter]
A Mills;P Jha.
The Millennium Development Goals: a cross-sectoral analysis and principles for goal setting after 2015
Jeff Waage;Rukmini Banerji;Oona Campbell;Ephraim Chirwa.
The Lancet (2010)
What can be done about the private health sector in low-income countries?
Anne Mills;Ruairi Brugha;Kara Hanson;Barbara McPake.
Bulletin of The World Health Organization (2002)
The economic impact of malaria in Africa: a critical review of the evidence
Reginald Ikechukwu Chima;Catherine A Goodman;Anne Mills.
Health Policy (2003)
Advancement of global health: key messages from the Disease Control Priorities Project
Ramanan Laxminarayan;Anne J Mills;Joel G Breman;Anthony R Measham.
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