Global Health Security Conference 2022
Center members traveled to the Global Health Security 2022 Conference held from June 28 to July 1 in Singapore. Our team was well represented and very active in the Conference from helping craft the Singapore Statement, to leading over 20 team presentations, posters, and panel discussions! Below are links to all of our work that was showcased during the Conference.
Singapore Statement on Global Health Security:
- Kamradt-Scott A, Teo YY, Katz R. Singapore Statement on Global Health Security. BMJ Global Health. June 21, 2022.
Oral Presentations at GHS 2022:
- Katz R. Health Security Net: A library of over 25 years of pandemic preparedness planning documents
- Katz R. Assessing a potential role for the Global Fund in financing for global health security
- Katz R. Estimating cost requirements to build global health security capacity
- Standley CJ. Re-imaging technical assistance for strengthening Emergency Operations Centers during COVID-19: A pilot virtual training program for public health emergency management in South Africa
- Graeden E. COVID Analysis and Mapping of Policies: A comprehensive resource of global policy and legal measures to address pandemics
- Graeden E. Assessing the role of economic support and social distancing policy in mitigating the pandemic: A case study
- Boyce MR. Financial assistance for health security: effects of international financial assistance on capacities for preventing, detecting, and responding to public health emergencies
- Boyce MR. The Local Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic in Cities
- Moore M. Outbreak Activity Library: a user-friendly guide to the activities essential for effective outbreak response
Poster Presentations at GHS 2022:
- Graeden E, Kerr J, Case A, Katz R. (2022). Translating scientific data to policy guidance for pandemic response: Practical guidance from state-level policy making in the US.
- Moore M, Toole K, Remmel R. (2022). Comparative Analysis of Transparency, Governance, and Efficacy of Global COVID-19 Contact Tracing Programs.
- Moore M, Schermerhorn J, Courtney L, MacDonald PDM, Standley CJ. (2022). Development and implementation of COVID-19-focused narrative case studies to support field epidemiology training.
- Aminpour A, Robinson-Marshall S, Boyce M, Katz R. (2022). Redefining the Urban Public Health Workforce for Pandemic Preparedness.
- Traore ZI, Mahmoud BA, Carlin EP, Sorrell EM, Beavogui AH, Camara R, Keita M, Konate Y, Magassouba N, Venter M, Karesh W, Epstein J, Desmond J, Standley CJ. (2022). Characterization of acute febrile illness in Guinea, West Africa: A One Health approach.
- Remmel RS, Carlin EP, Traore ZI, Standley CJ. (2022). Diagnosis of Acute Febrile Illness: Systematic Review of Current Multiplex Technologies and Their Cost, Applications, and Future Implications.
- Remmel RS, Weber SM. (2022). Precedents and Priorities: Contextualizing the Biden Administration’s Global Health Security Policy.
- Miller LN, Fogarty AS, Linder AG, Elmselati H, Farhat ME, Standley CJ, Abuabaid HM, Zorgani A, Elahmer O, Sorrell EM. (2022). Using A One Health Systems Assessment Tool to Strengthen Zoonotic Disease Outbreak Response in Libya.
Panels Moderated at GHS 2022:
- Katz R. Military Health Security Summit panel 3: Exploring second-order impacts and implications for health security preparedness and response.
- Katz R. Keynote panel: Women in Global Health Security.
- Sorrell EM. Capacity Strengthening for Health Security in Countries Affected by Conflict in the Middle East and North Africa.
- Sorrell EM, Standley CJ. Biorisk Communications: Practical Lessons from Multiple Settings