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29-Sep-2018Sharing public health data and information across borders: Lessons from Southeast Asia 11 Medical and Health Sciences 1117 Public Health and Health ServicesMarco Liverani; Srey Teng; Minh Sat Le; Richard Coker; Ministry of Science and Technology, Vietnam; Ministry of Health Cambodia; London School of Hygiene &amp; Tropical Medicine; Mahidol University
1-Jan-2019Should performance-based incentives be used to motivate health care providers? Views of health sector managers in Cambodia, China and PakistanMishal Khan; Imara Roychowdhury; Ankita Meghani; Farah Hashmani; Josephine Borghi; Marco Liverani; London School of Hygiene &amp; Tropical Medicine; National University of Singapore; Mahidol University; Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health; People's Primary Healthcare Initiative
1-Aug-2013Understanding and managing zoonotic risk in the new livestock industriesMarco Liverani; Jeff Waage; Tony Barnett; Dirk U. Pfeiffer; Jonathan Rushton; James W. Rudge; Michael E. Loevinsohn; Ian Scoones; Richard D. Smith; Ben S. Cooper; Lisa J. White; Shan Goh; Peter Horby; Brendan Wren; Ozan Gundogdu; Abigail Woods; Richard J. Coker; London School of Hygiene &amp; Tropical Medicine; London International Study Centre; London School of Economics and Political Science; Royal Veterinary College University of London; Institute of Development Studies (IDS), University of Sussex; Mahidol University; Oxford University Clinical Research Unit; Imperial College London
1-Dec-2021Understanding antibiotic use for pig farming in Thailand: a qualitative studyAngkana Lekagul; Viroj Tangcharoensathien; Marco Liverani; Anne Mills; Jonathan Rushton; Shunmay Yeung; London School of Hygiene &amp; Tropical Medicine; University of Liverpool; Thailand Ministry of Public Health; Mahidol University; Nagasaki University
1-Oct-2019Who benefits from healthcare spending in Cambodia? Evidence for a universal health coverage policyAugustine D. Asante; Por Ir; Bart Jacobs; Limwattananon Supon; Marco Liverani; Andrew Hayen; Stephen Jan; Virginia Wiseman; George Institute for Global Health; London School of Hygiene &amp; Tropical Medicine; University of New South Wales (UNSW) Australia; Kirby Institute; University of Technology Sydney; Khon Kaen University; Mahidol University; Nagasaki University; National Institute of Public Health