The Global Tuberculosis Programme of the World Health Organization (WHO) is launching a Call for Expression of Interest, seeking for service providers to carry out a health policy analysis to identify the constraints to scaling up the practical approach to lung health (PAL) as well as the synergies and opportunities to redefine lung health priorities in primary care settings.
PAL was envisioned to help reduce fragmentation in the care for patients with lung disease, and improve diagnosis and case management of tuberculosis and other prevalent lung diseases, through effective coordination of service delivery, in the context of primary health care services.
In the drive for optimised primary health delivery, it is critical to identify successful practices and opportunities for the implementation and sustainability of integrated lung health approaches. To this end, WHO is seeking expressions of interest from individuals and academic institutions or other entities with relevant expertise and documented experience in health policy and systems research. The service provider should be able to work independently as well as to interact regularly and collaboratively with staff from the WHO’s Global Tuberculosis Programme team and other technical experts, as required. For more details on the work and requirements please review the detailed terms of reference.
Expressions of interest can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org until 25 August 2023.
For additional information about the Health Policy Analysis on Integrated Approaches to Lung Health, please see the Terms of Reference.
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