Response to Public Health Emergencies
Regardless of the type or location of a public health emergency, whether it is from a pandemic threat, natural event like an earthquake, or any other cause, there is a cycle of verification, response, and recovery. These events, by nature, are disruptive and require special considerations to effectively manage them, distribute existing resources, and ensure health security. Our work seeks to provide decision makers with analysis, recommendations, and other insights required to respond to these emergencies.
- Brett-Major DM, Katz R. (2018). White Paper: Manpower Challenges in the Clinical Response to Public Health Emergencies.
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