National Academy of Medicine

Climate Change Poses Serious Risks to U.S. Health Care System

During July 1995, Chicago was gripped by a heat wave that still ranks as one of the deadliest in U.S. history. Estimates v
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Developing a Global Curriculum for Regulators

The IOM report Ensuring Safe Foods and Medical Products Through Stronger Regulatory Systems Abroad found that a lack of workforce trainin
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A New Global Development Goal for the World’s Youngest Children

For the global development community, 2015 is a pivotal year. Under United Nations leadership, multilateral organization
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Toward Realizing an Ideal National Biosurveillance System

In October 2007, HSPD 21 called for a nationwide biosurveillance capability. Biosurveillance “in the context of human health
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Health Research as a Public Good

The arrangements for the regulation and governance of health research in the United Kingdom (UK) have evolved, piecemeal, over the past 30 years, and
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