Webinar: Health System Responsiveness

Professor Tolib Mirzoev discusses how health system responsiveness is framed and empirically assessed, to inform possible application of this concept in the CHORUS projects.


The session draws on the original WHO framework and subsequent background review paper, and insights from collaborative research from the the on-going RESPONSE (improving systems responsiveness in Ghana and Vietnam) and completed RESPOND (patient feedback in Bangladesh) REVAMP (health systems for improved maternal and child health in Nigeria), and HESVIC (governance in India, Vietnam and China) studies.

The session includes an initial talk, followed by country-specific group work to discuss the degree to which systems responsiveness can be included in the CHORUS work.




See the presentation slides here.