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Gerald Bloom

Research Fellow

Gerald Bloom is a physician and health economist. His special interest is the management of health system transition in the context of rapid social and economic change. Areas of particular focus include the changing roles of government, health system innovations processes of institutional development.

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Research

Programme and centre

China international development research and mutual learning hub

Transformational change requires equitable and sustainable partnerships that generate knowledge, action and leadership that is shaped by a range of perspectives. We are committed to promoting collaborations around research, learning and teaching through the establishment of international...

Project

Fleming Fund Evaluation

The Department of Health (DH) has launched the Fleming Fund, a £265 million One Health programme to support low and middle income countries (LMICs) in tackling antimicrobial resistance (AMR). To deliver the Fleming Fund, DH has contracted Itad to deliver an independent evaluation of the...

Opinions

Opinion

Preparing for the Covid-19 recession in sub-Saharan Africa

Most sub-Saharan African countries have not yet experienced a major Covid-19 outbreak, and governments have already taken action to reduce its impact. But if the objective of the response of governments and international organisations is to reduce excess mortality in Africa, they must not...

Giuliano Russo & 2 others

10 July 2020

Opinion

China and the future of global health governance

The Covid-19 pandemic is the latest – though most significant - in a series of disease outbreaks and we can expect others in the future. Rapid changes in the global economy, major population movements, environmental exposure to health risks and climate-related shocks are likely to require...

29 April 2020

Publications

Journal Article

Introduction: the Accountability Politics of Reducing Health Inequalities. Learning from Brazil and Mozambique

Novos Estudos CEBRAP;vol.38 no.2

Inequality is a key political issue of our times. It has political consequences, fuelling conflict and raising legitimacy challenges for regimes around the world, in democratic and non‑demo‑ cratic settings alike. At the centre of these challenges is the question of accountability: who can...

1 May 2019

Brief

Mutual Learning for Universal Health Coverage

IDS Health Briefing;2

Accelerating progress towards the goal of achieving Universal Health Coverage (UHC) by 2030 is an essential component of equitable, sustainable and resilient development. 60 per cent of all deaths are caused by chronic health conditions such as diabetes, cancer and heart disease, which...

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Erica Nelson & 2 others

4 July 2018

Gerald Bloom’s recent work

News

Leaders meet in Japan to achieve health for all by 2030

The Universal Health Coverage Forum 2017 (12 – 15 December) in Tokyo sees leaders, donors, civil society, health providers and academics, including researchers from IDS, come together to agree the best way forward to achieving the Sustainable Development Goal of health for all by 2030.

11 December 2017