AHPSR

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AHPSRAlliance for Health Policy and Systems Research (World Health Organization)
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The major stakeholders (the AHPSR and its partners) promoting health system strengthening are often focused and engaging only the policy and decision-makers, overlooking the masses whom the policymakers represent.
One such forum is a new initiative by the Alliance for Health Policy and Systems Research, called the Learning, Engaging and Advocating for Policy and Systems Research (LEAP) Forum for Health Systems Strengthening (HSS), which brings together policy makers, civil society actors, research institutions, and funders to share lessons learned from their work and to discuss the way forward for HPSR in responding to the dynamic needs of health systems (AHPSR 2017).
The AHPSR has learned that implementers have a more central role to play, particularly in the identification of research questions, given that the implemented have deeper insights into the systems failures that often manifest in barriers to implementation (4).
Los autores agradecen a Marcelo D'Agostino (OPS), a Etienne Vincent Langlois (AHPSR), a Ludovic Reveiz (OPS) y a Gabriel Sainz Coronado (Programa de Telesalud) por su colaboracion en la elaboracion de este manuscrito.
The research is part of "Improving Program Implementation through Embedded Research (iPIER)", a new initiative developed by the Alliance for Health Policy and Systems Research (AHPSR) in collaboration with the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO).
This project is part of the "Improving Program Implementation through Embedded Research" (iPIER) initiative, developed by the Alliance for Health Policy and Systems Research (AHPSR) in collaboration with the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO).
This project followed the iPIER methodology, a new initiative aimed at facilitating improvements in program implementation through research that is embedded within those programs, conducted by the Alliance for Health Policy and Systems Research (AHPSR), in collaboration with the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO).
This study forms part of a new initiative: Improving Program Implementation through Embedded Research (iPIER), developed by the Alliance for Health Policy and System Research (AHPSR) in collaboration with PAHO.