The level of activity at each mobile phone mast can provide a “heat map” of where people are and how far they are moving.
This video showcases the latest research and provides practical guidance on how to write alert messages and the importance of using multiple delivery method to promote public action more effectively.
The technology leverages advancements in artificial intelligence to distill complex data into a simple answer to identify flu viruses.
The variations between seasonal and pandemic influenza necessitate the use of different approaches when planning vaccination delivery within pharmacies.
The invisibility of medical research results may make it difficult, if not impossible, to tell which drugs and vaccines work.
The Dharma Platform, allows userse to rapidly collect information and share, analyze, and visualize it so that they can act quickly.
This exercise scenario illustrates the public health risk communication challenges that could emerge during a naturally occurring infectious disease outbreak requiring development and distribution of novel and/or investigational drugs, vaccines, therapeutics, or other medical countermeasures.
The Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security has released a self-guided tabletop training exercise that challenges public health communicators and risk communication researchers to consider the complex messaging dilemmas of a future outbreak that requires development of a new vaccine.
The US Department of Defense, Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has funded the Duke Human Vaccine Institute to develop a system capable of halting viral pandemics within 60 days.
The international framework for epidemic preparedness and response does not include a role for research.