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Danesh Dehkordi N, Tabibi S. Comparative Study of Research and Development Management i Health systems of Developed Countries and presenting a Model for] . jha. 2002; 5 (12) :5-14
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The present study entitled "the comparative study of research and development manaf in health systems of developed countries and presenting a model for Iran" was carried out years 2001-2002. The general goal of this research is to compare the research and develc management in the health system of a number of developed countries and to provide a mo Iran. One of the specific objectives of this research is to know the planning, str implementation and control in the R&D units in health systems of a number of dev countries and Iran. The applied goal is to provide an appropriate model for establishrr R&D units in the health systems of Iran. The study is a cross-sectional descriptive study and took 1.5 years to complete. The sta society include all developed countries and the studied statistical unit included the dev countries which had R&D units in their health system: England, United States and Austn the countries studied. The most important conclusion and the most applicable aspect of the present research proposed model for research and development system in the health system of Iran. This p requires semi-centralized planning focusing on macro-level strategic planning and oper planning, common projects with other R&D units, plans specific to the relevant unit an( oriented programming. The recommended semi-centralized structure is a combinat governmental and private, organic and dynamic based on the task and specialty with rej
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: General
Received: 2008/11/4

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