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Eurohealth Volume 15 Number 2

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Health Policy Developments

1.The effects of parallel trade on affordable access to medicines

Dermot Glynn

5. Going Private? The growth of voluntary health insurance in Denmark

Karsten Vrangbaek

9. Improving efficiency of allocating public funds to phamaceuticals: A pilot study in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

Khaled A Al Hussein, Ali S Al Akeel and Jim Attridge


15. Belarus: developments in primary care

Valentin Rusovich and Erica Richardson

17. Poland: will legal restructuring affect the (real) economy of hospitals?

Adam Kozierkiewicz

18. Italy's new fiscal federalism

George France

Public Health Perspectives

20. Increasing the use of health impact assessments: is the environment a model?

Rebecca Salay and Paul Lincoln

Palliative Care

23. Transforming research into action: a European Parliament report on palliative care

Jose M Martin-Moreno, Meggan Harris, Lydia Gorgojo, David Clark, Charles Normand and Carlos Centeno

Perspectives from the US

26. Health information technology in the United States: can planning lead to reality?

Natasha Desai, Brendan Krause and Marin Gemmill-Toyoma

Evidence-informed Decision Making

29. "Mythbuster" In health care, more is always better

31. "Bandolier" Assessing relative efficacy of antidepressants