Columbia University Expert Discusses Global HIV/AIDS Response, Future Of Global Health Coordination

Project Syndicate Podcast: The Future of Global Health Coordination
In this podcast, Project Syndicate Editor Greg Bruno interviews Elizabeth Radin, lecturer and technical director of the PHIA Project at ICAP at Columbia University, who discusses the HIV/AIDS epidemic and her research in more than a dozen African countries. The summary states, “For global health professionals, the successful war on HIV/AIDS is a model to emulate when targeting other hard-to-contain pandemics. But as [Radin] notes, the biggest obstacles to overcoming public health crises are usually political, not scientific…” (12/4).

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