Introduction

The CHIPSR was established following the increasing realization that financing health care (especially in small Pacific Island nations where health costs are increasing faster that economic growth and government revenues) needed evidence-based research to ensure the development of national policies that addressed the long-term sustainability of health care financing, and the provision of equitable health services for Fiji and the Pacific.

It is anticipated that the CHIPSR will become a major research unit of the College and will provide the opportunity for staff, students and College adjunct staff to research operational issues and to provide evidence for health policy developments in Fiji and the Pacific.  

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RESEARCH INTEREST

  • National Health Accounts
  • Health Financing
  • Health Sytems Strengthening
  • Health Information
  • Human Resources for Health

Nodal Institute Project 

Nodal Institute Project CHIPSR Nodal Hub Project is collaboration between the World Health Organization and CHIPSR. The project aims to develop a network of research institutions in the region of Oceania to build health systems research capacity in the Pacific. The Project works with 8 Universities/Research institutions in the region to develop a health resources map, health editorial event s archive and a systems research platform. The focus of research is on Millennium Development Goal 4,5 and 6.