Threats to global health security continue to evolve due to the changing nature of conflict, advances in science and technology, globalization, and the growing threat posed by emerging infectious diseases and pandemics. Pandemics, Bioterrorism and Global Health Security: From Anthrax to Zika is a three-day, non-credit summer workshop designed to introduce participants to the challenges facing the world at the intersection of national security, public health, and the life sciences. The workshop faculty are internationally recognized experts from the government, private sector, and a
Short-term reaction or non-reaction to infectious diseases issues, fails to create a system that will achieve global health security.
Globalization has radically altered the nature of health risks.
In 2016, the World Bank announced a $500 million financing mechanism designed to quickly mobilize funds to tackle global outbreaks of disease.
The next World Health Organization (WHO) director-general has the potential to shape the long-term future of global health security.
It is difficult for global health agencies to protect people from pandemic threats as they do not know in advance what the disease outbreak will be.
The new system brings together supply chain and logistics information to enable end-to-end tracking of pandemic response items.
This white paper discusses the effective implementation of One Health given the current status of health governance and policy.
This document summarizes the FAO (United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization), the World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE), and the World Health Organization’s (WHO) holistic approach to the prevention of epidemic/epizootic diseases.
This software tool helps to inform national strategic health planning in low- and middle-income countries.