Science to the rescue of universal coverage

Évaluation des interventions de santé mondiale – Méthodes avancées Valéry Ridde et Christian Dagenais (dir.) Éditions science et bien commun et Éditions IRD, 2019

Publisher’s note

Universal health coverage by 2030 for every human being, from the West to the Global South? Achieving this sustainable development goal, which is as ambitious as it is necessary, will require exceptional political will, but also solid and convincing data on how to accomplish it, especially in terms of the most effective global health interventions. Proper evaluation of these interventions is therefore a key challenge. It will not be enough to simply measure their efficiency: we need to understand why they work (or don’t), how, and in what conditions. This collective publication, which brings together contributions from 39 authors from different countries and disciplines, aims to present a clear, accessible, French-language compendium of approaches and advanced evaluation methods for interventions (qualitative, quantitative, and mixed), in order to study the evaluability, durability, processes, fidelity, efficiency, fairness and effectiveness of complex interventions. Each method is presented in a chapter by means of a real-life case study in order to facilitate the transmission of this precious knowledge.

The book is available to read at the following address: https://scienceetbiencommun.pressbooks.pub/evalsantemondiale

Translated from the French by Juliet Powys

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