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Sassy Molyneux's talk revolves around the area of accountability in health systems and challenges on the same. Sassy in her presentation delves into how financial resources are utilised, balancing between documentation at health facilities verses clinical practise, workload in hospital settings and the realities and implications of accountability. Her presentation tries to answer this question: Do formal internal accountability requirements and mechanisms drive better performance in health delivery and research in sub-Saharan Africa? Her research brings out some of the work done by Resilience and responsiveness of health systems (RESYST) in Kenya, South Africa, Nigeria, Malawi and Tanzania. RESYST aims to promote health and health equity and reduce poverty.

Dr Sassy Molyneux's main interests reside in Social science and Ethics in Public Health. Over the years, social scientists have developed a programme of empirical work on research ethics. This work is based on an understanding that while the ethics of human subjects research may be universal, there can be big differences across contexts and circumstances in key ethical issues or principles.

NDM-CGHR members

Crossing boundaries 2014

Africa – Oxford health systems research collaboration

Researchers from Europe and Africa gathered in Oxford on the 27th and 28th February 2014 to share knowledge on health systems research, economics and governance in health management.