PharmacoEconomics Research Centre (PERC) Theses
The PharmacoEconomics Research Centre (PERC) was established in 1992, formalising an informal tri-partite collaborative arrangement between the universities of St Andrews and Dundee and Tayside Health Board, which had started in 1986. PharmacoEconomics is an inter-disciplinary area, which requires expertise in Health Economics, Health Care Management, Pharmacology, Epidemiology, Pharmacy, Psychology and other branches of medicine and the social sciences. The Centre is also part of the MRC funded centre for Health Services research (CHeSeR), together with the universities of Dundee, Bristol, York and Aberdeen. The aim of PERC is to maintain its leading position as an internationally recognised organisation providing multidisciplinary research to address technical, medical, and economic analysis of pharmaceutical and other health technology products.
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The impact of World Bank and International Monetary Fund programme lending on health care delivery, health conditions and health status in sub-Saharan Africa, 1980 to 1992 (1996-07) - ThesisThe World Bank and the International Monetary Fund have been active in Africa for several decades. In the early 1980s both institutions expanded the role that they play in the restructuring of African economies through ...