The Duke University Infectious Disease Response Training consortium is a five-state infectious disease training partnership that also includes the University of Chicago, George Mason University, and the University of Louisville.
The response to West African Ebola epidemic led to accelerated clinical trials, which has raised unanswered ethical questions.
One of the lessons of the Ebola crisis was the lack of proper diagnostic facilities in the rural areas to correctly identify the disease and its rate of spread.
Eradicating polio in Nigeria may be more challenging because of citizens’ awareness and use of political agency.
As health agencies look for new tools to tackle the Zika, they are supporting ideas that can benefit the next pandemic response effort.
This document provides an outline of response procedure during a public health event.
US National Health Security Strategy (NHSS) is intended to help galvanize efforts to minimize the health consequences associated with significant health incidents.
It is not a question of if, but when there will be another outbreak of a deadly disease in Sierra Leone.
An agreement between 196 member states to monitor, report, and respond to any threat to international public health.