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Tackling the Pandemic: A Data-Driven Analysis of COVID-19 Policy Responses

October 16, 2020 | 11 AM ET

Join Foreign Policy and FP Analytics for a special briefing on the COVID-19 Global Response Index, a first-of-its-kind assessment of national leaders’ responses to the coronavirus crisis in key policy areas. Hear from Index contributing experts and global public policy officials on the elements of an effective pandemic policy response. Led by FP Analytics project team leaders Allison Carlson, managing director, and Fouad Pervez, senior quantitative and policy analyst, the conversation will provide an overview of the methodology and the range of data contributing to countries' scores; highlight recent changes in governments' response to the pandemic; and feature insights from Index leaders regarding their success in combatting the coronavirus. There will also be an opportunity for questions.

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Allison Carlson Managing Director, FP Analytics

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Dr. Søren Brostrøm Director General, Danish Health Authority
Dr. Søren Brostrøm is the Director General of the Danish Health Authority, a position he has held since October 2015. In that role, he oversees the implementation of policy on issues in public health, health care and social services for the elderly. Prior to being appointed Director General he served as Head of Hospital Services and Emergency Management of the Danish Health Authority, where his responsibilities included the national planning of specialized hospital services, emergency services and preparedness, communicable diseases as well as immunization and screening programs. Dr. Brostrøm is a physician by training and has specialized in gynaecology and obstetrics. In the past, he served as Senior Consultant Urogynaecologist at the University Hospital of Copenhagen in Herlev and Associate Progessor at the University of Copenhagen. He currently represents Denmark at the World Health Organization (WHO) and chairs the Standing Committee of the WHO Regional Committee for Europe.

Anna Petherick Departmental Lecturer in Public Policy and Researcher, University of Oxford
Anna Petherick is a Departmental Lecturer in Public Policy and conducts research as part of the School’s OxCGRT and Building Integrity Program. She teaches the Politics of Policymaking and Policy Challenge II courses on the Masters in Public Policy. Her research focuses on corruption, gender, and trust, with much of it based in Brazil. Anna pursued her MPhil (Comparative Government) and DPhil (Politics) at Oxford University, during which she taught statistics to second-year PPE students and tutored Brazilian politics. She holds a BA (MA) in Natural Sciences (Evolutionary Genetics, Population Modelling) from Cambridge University. Between her undergraduate and graduate studies, Anna worked as a full-time journalist. She held positions such as Argentina Correspondent at The Economist, science correspondent at The Economist, and section-editor at the science journal, Nature.

Andrew Noymer Associate Professor, Population Health and Disease Prevention, University of California, Irvine
Andrew Noymer is an epidemiologist and population health scientist. As an associate professor at the University of California, Irvine, he currently works in the Department of Population Health and Disease Prevention. A specialist in infectious disease mortality, Dr. Noymer has closely studied the modern pandemics of influenza of 2009, 1968, 1957, and the most severe, 1918, from demographic, epidemiological, and social perspectives. His scholarly work examines numerous aspects of population health, particularly mortality. He holds a PhD in sociology from Berkeley, where he was also an NIA and NICHD trainee in demography, an MSc in medical demography from the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, and an AB in biology from Harvard.

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(L to R) US Special Representative for Afghanistan Reconciliation Zalmay Khalilzad and Taliban co-founder Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar sign the US-Taliban peace agreement during a ceremony in the Qatari capital Doha on February 29, 2020. - The United States signed a landmark deal with the Taliban, laying out a timetable for a full troop withdrawal from Afghanistan within 14 months as it seeks an exit from its longest-ever war. (Photo by KARIM JAAFAR / AFP) (Photo by KARIM JAAFAR/AFP via Getty Images)

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President of the General Assembly, Tijjani Muhammad-Bande speaks during General debate of the 74th session of the United Nations General Assembly on September 28, 2019 at the United Nations Headquarters in New York City. (Photo by Johannes EISELE / AFP)        (Photo credit should read JOHANNES EISELE/AFP via Getty Images)

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US President Donald Trump takes part in a meeting with industry executives on the coronavirus, COVID-19, response in the Cabinet Room of the White House in Washington, DC on April 27, 2020. (Photo by MANDEL NGAN / AFP) (Photo by MANDEL NGAN/AFP via Getty Images)

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