Blog Post Examines Importance Of Knowledge Management In Fighting Zika

Woodrow Wilson Center’s Environmental Change and Security Program’s “New Security Beat”: To Fight Zika, Coordinating Agencies Must Prioritize Effective Knowledge Management
Anne Kott, communications director at the Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs, and Rupali J. Limaye, research director for the Knowledge for Health (K4Health) project, write, “As the global community considers responses to Zika, let’s not lose sight of … [a] critical and more immediately addressed area of response: meeting knowledge needs through effective, strategic communication.” They discuss the importance of utilizing existing knowledge management systems and approaches (3/31).

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