Archived Video — Report Release Event, January 13, 2016
The Ebola crisis in West Africa was both a tragedy and a wakeup call, revealing dangerous deficiencies across global systems to prevent, prepare, and respond to infectious disease crises. To address these shortcomings and inform a more effective response in the future, the National Academy of Medicine convened the Commission on a Global Health Risk Framework for the Future (GHRF Commission)—an independent, international group of experts in finance, governance, R&D, health systems, and the social sciences.
The Commission’s report, which was published on January 13, highlights the essential role of pandemic preparedness in national security and economic stability—a critical but often under-examined dimension of the global conversation post-Ebola. Importantly, the report demonstrates that the impact of infectious disease crises goes far beyond human health alone—and that mitigation, likewise, requires the mobilization and long-term commitment of multiple sectors.
- The Neglected Dimension of Global Security: A Framework to Counter Infectious Disease Crises
- Key Messages
- Special Report – New England Journal of Medicine
- Press Release
- Commissioner Biographies
- Statements of Support[space height=”10″]
Report Release Event – January 13, 2016
- Summary: Governance Workshop
- Summary: Finance Workshop
- Summary: Health Systems Workshop
- Summary: R&D Workshop[space height=”20″]
More information: nam.edu/GHRF