New from the Center for Health Security
As governments throughout the world develop and implement national action plans to increase their capacities to prevent, detect, and respond to health emergencies, experts at the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and partners are working to develop a scientifically grounded evidence base of effective and measurable global health security interventions that can help guide future efforts.
The foundation of this work is detailed in a series of articles and commentaries in a special supplement to Health Security, "Building the Evidence Base for Global Health Security Implementation," published Nov. 27. The supplement was a collaborative effort between the CDC and the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security. Full Issue