A Systematic Review of the Evidence on Integration of Targeted Health Interventions into Health Systems

In this paper the authors present findings of a systematic review that explores a broad range of evidence on: (i) the extent and nature of the integration of targeted health programmes that emphasize specific interventions into critical health systems functions, (ii) how the integration or non-integration of health programmes into critical health systems functions in different contexts has influenced programme success, (iii) how contextual factors have affected the extent to which these programmes were integrated into critical health systems functions.

Length: 
14
Year: 
2009
Organization: 
London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
Languages: 
English
Author(s): 
Atun, R. et al.