Her primary areas of investigation include Public health, Psychological intervention, Malaria, Private sector and Public economics. Catherine Goodman mostly deals with Health policy in her studies of Public health. Her Psychological intervention research focuses on Health care and how it relates to Equity and Exit interview.
Her Malaria research integrates issues from Health economics, Pediatrics, Socioeconomics and Environmental health. Her work carried out in the field of Private sector brings together such families of science as Essential medicines, Policy analysis, Public sector and Public policy. Her Public economics research incorporates themes from Health services research, Personal income, Gross national income and Relative value.
Catherine Goodman mainly investigates Malaria, Private sector, Public health, Environmental health and Psychological intervention. Her Artemisinin study in the realm of Malaria connects with subjects such as Distribution. Her Private sector study incorporates themes from Marketing, Public sector, Health care and Socioeconomics.
Her Public health research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Economic growth and Nursing research. Catherine Goodman interconnects Developing country, Sulfadoxine and Rural health in the investigation of issues within Environmental health. Her work deals with themes such as Rural area and Alternative medicine, which intersect with Psychological intervention.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Private sector, Public health, Health care, Malaria and Environmental health. Her Private sector research includes themes of Quality, Marketing and Socioeconomics. Her studies in Public health integrate themes in fields like Psychological intervention, Private healthcare, Standardised patient and Accreditation.
Her Health care research includes elements of Rural area and Medical education. Her Malaria research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Medical prescription, Public sector, Pediatrics and Referral. Her research integrates issues of Cross-sectional study and Health administration in her study of Environmental health.
Malaria, Pediatrics, Private sector, Psychological intervention and Family medicine are her primary areas of study. Her Malaria research incorporates elements of Public sector and Referral. Her Pediatrics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Medical prescription, Public health and Intensive care medicine.
The Private sector study combines topics in areas such as Market share, Survey data collection, Scale and Environmental health. Her Environmental health study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Survey sampling, Health administration and Live birth. The study incorporates disciplines such as Guideline adherence and Socioeconomics in addition to Psychological intervention.
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The economic impact of malaria in Africa: a critical review of the evidence
Reginald Ikechukwu Chima;Catherine A Goodman;Anne Mills.
Health Policy (2003)
Cost-effectiveness of malaria control in sub-Saharan Africa.
CA Goodman;PG Coleman;AJ Mills.
The Lancet (1999)
Medicine Sellers and Malaria Treatment in Sub-Saharan Africa: What Do They Do and How Can Their Practice Be Improved?
Catherine Goodman;William Brieger;Alasdair Unwin;Anne Mills.
American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene (2007)
Cost-effectiveness of malaria diagnostic methods in sub-Saharan Africa in an era of combination therapy.
Samuel Shillcutt;Chantal M. Morel;Catherine Goodman;Paul Coleman.
Bulletin of The World Health Organization (2008)
Can working with the private for-profit sector improve utilization of quality health services by the poor? A systematic review of the literature.
Edith Patouillard;Catherine A Goodman;Catherine A Goodman;Kara G Hanson;Anne J Mills.
International Journal for Equity in Health (2007)
Cost effectiveness in low- and middle-income countries: a review of the debates surrounding decision rules.
Samuel D. Shillcutt;Damian G. Walker;Catherine A. Goodman;Catherine A. Goodman;Anne J. Mills.
Policy interventions that attract nurses to rural areas: a multicountry discrete choice experiment
D Blaauw;E Erasmus;N Pagaiya;V Tangcharoensathein.
Guidelines for field surveys of the quality of medicines: a proposal.
Paul N. Newton;Sue J. Lee;Catherine Goodman;Facundo M. Fernández.
PLOS Medicine (2009)
Economic analysis of malaria control in Sub-Saharan Africa
C. Goodman;P. Coleman;A. Mills.
Monitoring fever treatment behaviour and equitable access to effective medicines in the context of initiatives to improve ACT access: baseline results and implications for programming in six African countries
Megan Littrell;Hellen Gatakaa;Illah Evance;Stephen Poyer.
Malaria Journal (2011)
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