After Ebola Epidemic, High-Level Commitments, WHO Reforms Needed For Disease Outbreak Preparedness

Center for Strategic & International Studies’ “Global Health Policy Center”: After the Ebola Catastrophe
J. Stephen Morrison, senior vice president and director of the CSIS Global Health Policy Center, discusses the global response to Ebola and highlights two recommendations made by the Independent Panel on the Global Response to Ebola, on which he served, about how the world can move forward post-Ebola. Morrison writes, “First, now is the time to act — at a high level — if the opportunity to effect real change in how the world prepares for infectious outbreaks is not to slip away. … Second, fixing WHO needs to be the top priority…” (11/16).

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