His primary areas of study are Public health, Health care, Health policy, Economic growth and Developing country. His work on Health informatics as part of general Public health research is frequently linked to Context, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. His Health care study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Psychological intervention and Public relations.
His Health policy research integrates issues from Global health and Public administration. He works mostly in the field of Economic growth, limiting it down to topics relating to Program evaluation and, in certain cases, Percentage point, Quality assurance, Family medicine and Quality, as a part of the same area of interest. The various areas that David H. Peters examines in his Developing country study include Poverty, Socioeconomic status and Environmental health.
David H. Peters focuses on Public health, Health policy, Health care, Economic growth and Environmental health. His Public health research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Developing country, Service delivery framework and Health facility. The concepts of his Health policy study are interwoven with issues in Health services research, Public relations and Health promotion.
David H. Peters has researched Health care in several fields, including Nursing and Private sector. His work on Health equity as part of his general Economic growth study is frequently connected to Accountability and Work, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science. The Environmental health study combines topics in areas such as Poverty, Socioeconomic status, Odds and Malaria.
Public health, Psychology, Implementation research, Medical education and Psychological intervention are his primary areas of study. David H. Peters combines subjects such as Outreach, Referral and Environmental health with his study of Public health. His Environmental health research includes elements of Noncommunicable disease, Poverty and Social protection.
His Implementation research study incorporates themes from Developing country and Development economics. His Psychological intervention study typically links adjacent topics like Knowledge management. His Health policy study combines topics in areas such as Balanced scorecard and Public relations.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Pandemic, Public health, Psychological intervention, Pneumonia and Global health. Pandemic combines with fields such as Timeline, Scale, Scope, Health intervention and Database in his research. Public health and Resource are two areas of study in which David H. Peters engages in interdisciplinary work.
His work on Low income and middle income countries and Implementation research as part of general Psychological intervention study is frequently linked to Sustainability and Intervention, bridging the gap between disciplines. David H. Peters integrates several fields in his works, including Pneumonia, 2019-20 coronavirus outbreak, Viral Epidemiology, Comorbidity, Betacoronavirus and Severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Transmission and Environmental health.
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Poverty and access to health care in developing countries.
David H. Peters;Anu Garg;Gerry Bloom;Damian G. Walker.
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences (2008)
Republished research: Implementation research: what it is and how to do it: Implementation research is a growing but not well understood field of health research that can contribute to more effective public health and clinical policies and programmes. This article provides a broad definition of implementation research and outlines key principles for how to do it
David H Peters;Taghreed Adam;Olakunle Alonge;Irene Akua Agyepong.
British Journal of Sports Medicine (2014)
Better Health Systems for India's Poor: Findings, Analysis, and Options
David H. Peters;Abdo S. Yazbeck;Rashmi R. Sharma;G. N. V. Ramana.
Understanding pathways for scaling up health services through the lens of complex adaptive systems
Ligia Paina;David H Peters.
Health Policy and Planning (2012)
Implementation Research in Health: A Practical Guide
David H. Peters;Nhan T. Tran;Taghreed Adam.
Implementation research in health: a practical guide. (2013)
Framework for assessing governance of the health system in developing countries: Gateway to good governance
Sameen Siddiqi;Tayyeb I. Masud;Sania Nishtar;David H. Peters.
Health Policy (2009)
Towards patient-centered health services in India--a scale to measure patient perceptions of quality.
Krishna Dipankar Rao;David H. Peters;Karen Bandeen-Roche.
International Journal for Quality in Health Care (2006)
The application of systems thinking in health: why use systems thinking?
Health Research Policy and Systems (2014)
Access to and utilisation of health services for the poor in Uganda: a systematic review of available evidence
S.N. Kiwanuka;E.K. Ekirapa;S. Peterson;S. Peterson;O. Okui.
Transactions of The Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene (2008)
Job satisfaction and motivation of health workers in public and private sectors: cross-sectional analysis from two Indian states
David H Peters;Subrata Chakraborty;Prasanta Mahapatra;Laura Steinhardt.
Human Resources for Health (2010)
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