Aid, Advocacy Groups Can Use Global Burden Of Disease Data To Advance Public Health

ONE Campaign: The greatest possible good: How big data is transforming global health
David Kortava, ONE’s U.S. press coordinator, speaks to journalist Jeremy N. Smith about the significance of the Global Burden of Disease study on advancing public health. Smith says, “Using the Global Burden of Disease study, we can bring [chronic diseases or other diseases that do not receive sufficient policy attention] to people’s attention, foster public sympathy, and drive funding for these other causes as well” (8/26).

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