‘Science Speaks’ Continues Coverage Of Global Health Security Conference

IDSA’s “Science Speaks”: Global Health Security 2019: Panel highlights communities’ value in global health security
Rabita Aziz, senior global health policy specialist at the Infectious Diseases Society of America, who covered the Global Health Security conference in Sydney, Australia, which took place from June 18-20, highlights remarks from a panel discussion on the value of community engagement in global health security. Aziz writes, “Putting communities at the center of the development of global health security interventions not only builds trust, it also results in stronger programs, panelists said” (6/21).

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