Her primary scientific interests are in Health policy, Health care, Economic growth, Developing country and Health services research. Her study explores the link between Health policy and topics such as Poverty that cross with problems in Social stratification. Her Health care study combines topics in areas such as Psychological intervention, Equity and Public health.
The Public policy research Sophie Witter does as part of her general Economic growth study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Equity, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science. The concepts of her Developing country study are interwoven with issues in Public sector and Randomized controlled trial. Her Health services research research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Social policy, Community health and Process management.
Her main research concerns Economic growth, Health policy, Health care, Health services research and Public health. Her research in the fields of Developing country overlaps with other disciplines such as Sierra leone. Sophie Witter has researched Health policy in several fields, including Global health, Health education, Community health and Health promotion.
Sophie Witter combines subjects such as Psychological intervention, Nursing, Cost–benefit analysis, Program evaluation and Government with her study of Health care. Her Health services research study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Public sector, Social policy, Public relations, Health administration and Focus group. Her study in the field of Health economics is also linked to topics like Inequality.
Her primary areas of study are Public health, Health policy, Economic growth, Participatory action research and Health services research. Her Public health research incorporates elements of Technical support, Integrated care and Ideology. She works mostly in the field of Health policy, limiting it down to topics relating to Theory of change and, in certain cases, Process management.
Her Economic growth study incorporates themes from Rural area and Humanitarian crisis. Her Health services research research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Social policy, Workforce, Public relations, Health administration and Human resource management. Sophie Witter interconnects Developing country, Health services, MEDLINE and Healthcare system in the investigation of issues within Public relations.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Health policy, Population health, Community resilience, Public relations and Agency. Her Health policy research is within the category of Nursing. Her Population health research integrates issues from Refugee, Palestinian refugees, Global health, Service delivery framework and Local community.
Her Public economics research includes themes of Purchasing and Health care. Her study with Health services research involves better knowledge in Public health. Her research combines Psychological intervention and Public health.
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Paying for performance to improve the delivery of health interventions in low- and middle-income countries
Sophie Witter;Atle Fretheim;Flora L Kessy;Anne Karin Lindahl.
Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews (2012)
Something old or something new? Social health insurance in Ghana
Sophie Witter;Bertha Garshong.
BMC International Health and Human Rights (2009)
The experience of Ghana in implementing a user fee exemption policy to provide free delivery care
Sophie Witter;Daniel Kojo Arhinful;Anthony Kusi;Sawudatu Zakariah-Akoto.
Reproductive Health Matters (2007)
Salaries and incomes of health workers in sub-Saharan Africa
David McCoy;Sara Bennett;Sophie Witter;Bob Pond.
The Lancet (2008)
The national free delivery policy in Nepal: early evidence of its effects on health facilities
Sophie Witter;Sunil Khadka;Hom Nath;Suresh Tiwari.
Health Policy and Planning (2011)
Providing free maternal health care: ten lessons from an evaluation of the national delivery exemption policy in Ghana.
Sophie Witter;Sam Adjei;Margaret Armar-Klemesu;Wendy Graham.
Global Health Action (2009)
Informal payments in transitional economies: implications for health sector reform.
Robin Thompson;Sophie Witter.
International Journal of Health Planning and Management (2000)
Costs and cost-effectiveness of different DOT strategies for the treatment of tuberculosis in Pakistan.
MA Khan;JD Walley;SN Witter;A Imran.
Health Policy and Planning (2002)
The national free delivery and caesarean policy in Senegal: evaluating process and outcomes
Sophie Witter;Thierno Dieng;Daouda Mbengue;Isabelle Moreira.
Health Policy and Planning (2010)
Health Economics for Developing Countries. A Practical Guide.
Sophie Witter;Tim Ensor;Robin Thompson;Matthew Jowett.
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