Kaiser Family Foundation Web Briefing Examines Key Issues For Upcoming World Health Assemby

Kaiser Family Foundation: Web Briefing for Media: Key Issues Facing the 2015 World Health Assembly, from Ebola to WHO Reform
On May 7, the Kaiser Family Foundation held an interactive web briefing exclusively for journalists to examine key issues to be addressed at the upcoming World Health Assembly, to be held in Geneva May 18-26. Issues explored during the briefing included the global response to Ebola, and what changes will be adopted in the world’s approach to addressing similar emerging disease threats, reforming the WHO, combating antimicrobial resistance, and addressing the rise in non-communicable diseases around the world (5/7).

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