Journal’s Special Issue Examines Ebola Outbreak, Implications For Global Health Governance

Global Health Governance: Special Issue: Ebola: Implications For Global Health Governance
An introduction states, “In this special issue, we bring together academics and experts to think critically about what the Ebola outbreak and the response to it tell us about global health governance and its future. The authors take on a variety of different elements, looking at the International Health Regulations, the role of regional organizations, encouraging international cooperation on health emergencies, the role of the military, and the lessons we can learn from other disease outbreaks. … [W]e aim to generate discussion and deep thinking about what the international community can learn from this outbreak so that it does not repeat the same mistakes and shortcomings in the future…” (4/25).

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