Introducing Global Health Security with Prof. Helen Evans AO FAIIA

Episode 1 July 16, 2020 00:21:32
Introducing Global Health Security with Prof. Helen Evans AO FAIIA
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Introducing Global Health Security with Prof. Helen Evans AO FAIIA
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Show Notes

Global Health Security is a term that has been much used in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic. What it actually means, though, is not readily apparent - beyond this ambiguity, what is the field's exact relevance today? Join James Cafferky in an interview of Professor Helen Evans AO FAIIA in unpacking the phrase, and exploring some of the crises of today's implications for the future.

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