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Outbreak Observatory


Outbreak Observatory aims to collect information on challenges and solutions associated with outbreak response and share it broadly in near-real time to allow others to learn from these experiences in order to improve global outbreak response capabilities.

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Outbreak Observatory


Outbreak Observatory aims to collect information on challenges and solutions associated with outbreak response and share it broadly in near-real time to allow others to learn from these experiences in order to improve global outbreak response capabilities.

promote real-time learning to Improve preparedness and response for
public health emergencies

 

Practical knowledge gained from firsthand observations of outbreak and epidemic responses can inform preparedness and response efforts for future public health crises. The public health response to infectious disease events such as the West Africa Ebola epidemic, the MERS outbreak in South Korea, and the emergence of Zika in South and Central America can inform our understanding of how an infectious agent is likely to cause a public health emergency and what can be done to prevent or respond to such events.

 
 

About

Find out more about Outbreak Observatory, our goals, and the project team as well as additional information on the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security and our sponsor, the Open Philanthropy Project.

 
 
 
 

RECENT Outbreak Thursday POSTS

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Recent Observation Posts