Remco van de Pas
Remco van de Pas
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Towards an agenda for implementation science in global health: there is nothing more practical than good (social science) theories
S Van Belle, R van de Pas, B Marchal
BMJ Global Health 2 (2), 2017
362017
Democratizing the World Health Organization
R Van de Pas, LG van Schaik
public health 128 (2), 195-201, 2014
262014
Health and human security in West Papua
SJ Rees, R Van de Pas, D Silove, M Kareth
Medical journal of Australia 189 (11-12), 641-643, 2008
232008
The COVID-19 pandemic: diverse contexts; different epidemics—how and why?
W Van Damme, R Dahake, A Delamou, B Ingelbeen, E Wouters, ...
BMJ global health 5 (7), e003098, 2020
212020
Global health governance in the sustainable development goals: Is it grounded in the right to health?
R Van de Pas, PS Hill, R Hammonds, G Ooms, L Forman, A Waris, ...
Global Challenges 1 (1), 47-60, 2017
212017
The global health policies of the EU and its member states: a common vision?
L Steurs, R Van De Pas, S Delputte, J Orbie
International journal of health policy and management 7 (5), 433, 2018
132018
Interrogating resilience in health systems development
R van de Pas, M Ashour, A Kapilashrami, S Fustukian
Health policy and planning 32 (suppl_3), iii88-iii90, 2017
132017
Health workforce development and retention in Guinea: a policy analysis post-Ebola
R van de Pas, D Kolie, A Delamou, W Van Damme
Human resources for health 17 (1), 1-12, 2019
122019
Tracing the policy implementation of commitments made by national governments and other entities at the Third Global Forum on Human Resources for Health
R van de Pas, A Veenstra, D Gulati, W Van Damme, G Cometto
BMJ global health 2 (4), e000456, 2017
102017
The Code of Practice and its enduring relevance in Europe and Eastern and Southern Africa
R van de Pas, L Mans, G de Ponte, Y Dambisya
Human resources for health 14 (1), 55-63, 2016
82016
Ebola, the epidemic that should never have happened
R van de Pas, S van Belle
Global Affairs 1 (1), 95-100, 2015
82015
The EU as a global health actor: policy coherence, health diplomacy and WHO reform
S Battams, R van de Pas
European Foreign Affairs Review 19 (4), 2014
82014
COVID-19: Does the infectious inoculum dose-response relationship contribute to understanding heterogeneity in disease severity and transmission dynamics?
W Van Damme, R Dahake, R van de Pas, G Vanham, Y Assefa
Medical hypotheses, 110431, 2020
62020
WHO should declare climate change a public health emergency
A Harmer, B Eder, S Gepp, A Leetz, R van de Pas
Bmj 368, 2020
62020
‘Never let a crisis go to waste’: post-Ebola agenda-setting for health system strengthening in Guinea
D Kolie, A Delamou, R van de Pas, N Dioubate, P Bouedouno, ...
BMJ global health 4 (6), e001925, 2019
62019
ART adherence clubs in the Western Cape of South Africa: what does the sustainability framework tell us? A scoping literature review
K Flämig, T Decroo, B Van Den Borne, R Van De Pas
Journal of the international AIDS society 22 (3), e25235, 2019
62019
Global health in the anthropocene: moving beyond resilience and capitalism: comment on" health promotion in an age of normative equity and rampant inequality"
R Van De Pas
International journal of health policy and management 6 (8), 481, 2017
62017
Towards universal coverage in the majority world: Transversal findings & lessons learnt, a summary
W Soors, J De Man, P Ndiaye, RC Van de Pas
Antwerp, Belgium: ITG, 2015
52015
Civil society’s contribution and advocacy for implementing the WHO Global Code in the European Region: Six country case studies
L Mans, R Van de Pas, G de Ponte
Migration of health workers: the WHO code of practice and the global …, 2014
52014
Loyal at once? The EU’s global health awakening in the Covid-19 pandemic
L van Schaik, KE Jørgensen, R van de Pas
Journal of European Integration 42 (8), 1145-1160, 2020
42020
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