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Service Support and Engagement

Health Policy and Systems research is deeply rooted in real-work problems and contexts – and as such is deeply embedded and engaged in real communities and health systems – in South Africa, Africa more generally as well as internationally.

We strongly encourage the engagement of health systems actors and practitioners in our teaching and our research. For example, by involving health systems actors directly and deliberately in research and policy engagement – and through mechanisms such as seminars, journal clubs and practitioner sabbaticals.

See the Research page for examples of specific projects.