A Call for Submissions: Documenting Evidence in Pharmaceutical Systems Strengthening

What is the evidence base for strengthening and sustaining responsive and resilient pharmaceutical systems?

The USAID-funded Systems for Improved Access to Pharmaceuticals and Services (SIAPS) Program, led by MSH, is pleased to issue an open and global call for case studies of sustained improvements in pharmaceutical systems in low-and middle-income countries. The case studies should demonstrate how pharmaceutical systems strengthening strategies and actions have improved access to and appropriate use of pharmaceutical prodcucts and services for better health outcomes. 

Published evidence of pharmaceutical systems strengthening is limited, and the documentation that does exist is neither well known nor widely shared. This call for submissions is an opportunity for those of us working in the field to present interventions that have made a difference in health systems and health outcomes.

SIAPS will publish a collection recognizing the efforts of implementers, donors, and governments who have expanded the field of evidence in pharmaceutical systems strengthening.

All stakeholders are invited to submit case studies on pharmaceutical systems strengthening and health systems strengthening interventions with a focus on pharmaceutical systems. 

Case studies must be submitted by July 21

Submissions/Information/selection guidelines

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