Editorial, Opinion Pieces Discuss Various Aspects Of Global Health, Including Role Of Health Communication, Antibiotic Resistance, Racial Disparities In Health

Barron’s: We Ran the CDC. Here’s How to Talk to the Public in a Health Crisis
Jeffrey P. Koplan, vice president for global health at Emory University, and Richard E. Besser, president and CEO of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (6/11).

The Conversation: Scientists around the world are already fighting the next pandemic
David W. Graham, professor of ecosystems engineering at Newcastle University, and Peter Collignon, professor of infectious diseases and microbiology at Australian National University (6/9).

Devex: How USAID’s digital strategy aims to strengthen an open, secure, and inclusive future
Bonnie Glick, deputy administrator at USAID (6/8).

Devex: A new day — solving the other epidemic of systemic racism
Aaron Williams, senior adviser emeritus for international development and government relations at RTI International (6/9).

IPS: Unsung Heroines: Who Cares for the Carers?
Jomo Kwame Sundaram, former United Nations Assistant Secretary-General for Economic Development (6/11).

The Lancet: Medicine and medical science: Black lives must matter more
Editorial Board (6/13).

The Lancet: The WHO we want
Olivier Nay, professor at the University of Paris Panthéon-Sorbonne, and colleagues (6/5).

National Review: Withdrawal from WHO Is Not Inevitable
Jimmy Quinn, William F. Buckley fellow in political journalism at the National Review Institute (6/11).

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