This report, “Scaling up Health Services for Type 1 Diabetes in India: Towards a strategy to transition to sustainability of programmes supported by CDIC in India ”, was developed under the guidance of Professor Rifat Atun, Professor of Global Health Systems at Harvard University and Director of the Health Systems Innovation Lab, and implemented by a team consisting of Dr Che L. Reddy, Associate Director Health Systems Innovation Lab, Harvard University, Zia Shakir, Research Scholar at Health Systems Innovation Lab, Harvard University, and Meghna Raman, Research Scholar at Health Systems Innovation Lab, Harvard University, and Anne Sofie Olsen who provided valuable comments. The analytical framework used in this report is drawn from earlier research and engagement with major global health initiatives led by Professor Rifat Atun at the Health System Innovation Lab.
The study was supported by Novo Nordisk financially supported this work through a research grant. The funders had no role in study design, analysis, decision to publish, or report preparation.
Shakir Z, Raman M, Reddy CL, Olsen ASW, Kumar P, Atun R. Scaling up Health Services for Type 1 Diabetes in India: Towards a strategy to transition to sustainability of programmes supported by CDIC in India. Health Systems Innovation Lab, Harvard University, Jan 2023. DOI: 10.54111/0001/HSIL/tra
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