Lessons from COVID-19: Building A Stronger Global Health System
May 26, 2020
What can we learn from the global response thus far to the COVID-19 pandemic?
Last year, during the UN General Assembly in NYC, Foreign Policy brought together an international group of health officials and leading experts to address the growing threat antimicrobial resistance poses to global health.
Now, as the world grapples with the response to and fall-out from the COVID-19 pandemic, Foreign Policy reconvenes a global roundtable of leading health experts and policy makers to assess progress to date, identify critical gaps in health infrastructure, and help chart a path forward. The dialogue will examine the unique challenges faced by different regions and ways they have responded to the pandemic. What lessons can be gleaned from these evolving strategies against COVID-19? How do we strengthen public health systems for the future and ensure they meet the needs of vulnerable populations?
Join our upcoming FP Virtual Dialogue to hear from public health officials and high-ranking experts from international organizations about how the pandemic is prompting us to rethink and transform global health and the delivery of care.
Add your voice to the conversation online using #COVID19GlobalResponse.
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