GOVERNING PANDEMICS 101
SESSION 1 THE GLOBAL CHALLENGE OF GOVERNING PANDEMICS
Introduction: How will this course work?
Mini-lecture 1: What is the global health system (“architecture”) and what are the implications of the Covid-19 pandemic for this system?
Mini-lecture 2: What are the weaknesses exposed by Covid-19, and what reforms are on the agenda? (Rules, Financing, Organisational reform, Monitoring & Accountability)
Suerie Moon, Professor of Practice, The Graduate Institute, Geneva;
Co-Director, Global Health Centre
Frenk J, Moon S (2013) Governance Challenges in Global Health,
The New England Journal of Medicine.
Independent Panel for Pandemic Preparedness & Response (2021)
Second Report on Progress, Report prepared for
the WHO Executive Board.
Bezruki A, Moon S (2021) Post-covid reforms: Can we avoid
fighting the last war? The BMJ.
Date: 8 April 2022, 14:00-15:00 CEST
Format: Online lectures, exercises, and live discussion
Certificates will be delivered to participants who attend at least 6 sessions of Governing Pandemics 101
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This session is part of the Governing Pandemics 101 course which aims to provide an overview of the key concepts and current issues related to the global governance of outbreaks. More information on the course