HPSR Networks and Institutional Partners
CHESAI seeks to work with and be relevant to other health systems networks and institutional partners.
CHEPSAA: The Collaboration for Health Policy & Systems Analysis in Africa
A network focusing on teaching and curriculum development for (African) health policy and systems research.
CHESPOR: Centre for Health Policy and Systems Research
An emerging network of West African health systems researchers and innovators.
EQUINET, the Regional Network on Equity in Health in Eastern and Southern Africa
This long-standing network brings togther professionals, civil society members, policy makers, state officials and others within the region who have come together as an equity catalyst, to promote and realise shared values of equity and social justice in health.
Future Health Systems
The purpose of Future Health Systems consoritum is to generate knowledge that shapes health systems to benefit the world's poor. Future Health Systems addresses fundamental questions about the design of health systems and works closely with people who are leading the transformation of health systems in their own countries.
HSG: Health Systems Global
HSG is an international membership organization dedicated to promoting health systems research and knowledge translation.
RESYST: Resilient and Responsive Health Systems
An international research consortium that aims to enhance theresilienceand responsivenessof health systems to promote health and health equity and reduce poverty.
SHaPeS: social science approaches for research and engagement in health policy & systems
A thematic working group of Health Systems Global convenes researchers in a range of activities and discussions on the use of social science approaches in health policy and systems research (HPSR).
Teaching and Learning Health Policy and Systems Research
A thematic working group of Health Systems Global that focuses on ways to improve the teaching and learning of Health Policy and Systems Research (HPSR) around the world, with an emphasis on applications in low and middle-income countries and disadvantaged populations.
WAHRNET: West African Network for Health Research
Network supporting health research in West Africa