How Should Global Health Security Priorities Be Set in the Global North and West?

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Abstract

Epidemics threaten all countries, yet epidemic responses are not implemented in all countries. One reason why is that transnational disease containment efforts (to keep diseases from spreading across borders) differ in important ways from efforts to protect those in countries where an epidemic is active. This article explores these 2 approaches to global health security and suggests reasons to reconsider prioritizing the former first.

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Karan, A. (2020). How Should Global Health Security Priorities Be Set in the Global North and West? AMA Journal of Ethics, 22(1), E50–E54. https://doi.org/10.1001/amajethics.2020.50

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