Pandemic Fatigue: A Global Challenge By Sadhika Sood and Megha Kalra Citation Sood S, Kalra M. Pandemic fatigue: a global challenge HPHR. 2021; 31. Pandemic Fatigue: A Global Challenge Introduction The first pandemic of the social media age, Coronavirus disease (COVID)—2019 pandemic, hit humanity hard on all fronts by surpassing the similar 2003 SARS outbreak […]
Edition 31 – Pandemic Preparedness Strategies with an Eye on Displaced Populations in Yemen: Efforts and Challenges On Hand
Pandemic Preparedness Strategies with an Eye on Displaced Populations in Yemen: Efforts and Challenges on Hand By Adriana Viola Miranda, Anmol Mohan, Ana Carla dos Santos Costa, Maheen Fatima Hussaini, Alishba Adnan, Kartik Dapke, Rachana Phadke, Esther Bassey, Shahzaib Ahmad, Mohammad Yasir Essar, Shoaib Ahmad, Christos Tsagkaris, Abdullahi Tunde Aborode, and Hashim Talib Hashim Citation […]
As the COVID-19 pandemic entered the public consciousness, these phones and tablets were the first things we reached for to find out the up-to-the-minute impact on our community and the world at large.
2018 Attica Wildfires: The Intersection of Governance Failures and Climate Change By Georgia Christakis Citation Christakis G. 2018 Attica wildfires: the intersection of governance failures and climate change. HPHR. 2021; 31. 2018 Attica Wildfires: The Intersection of Governance Failures and Climate Change Introduction The 2018 wildfires in Attica were the second-worst fire disaster of the […]
Attitudes and Knowledge Towards Immunization in Tuzla Canton Population By Indira Efendić, Ilma Ahmetagić, Nedim Srabović, Adnan Mujanović, Suad Sivić, Raza Smajić, Saša Mihajlović, Eldina Mahmuzić, Midhat Omerović, Elmira Begić, Azra Šadić, Erna Ahmetspahić, and Irma Efendić Citation Efendić I, Ahmetagić I, Srabović N, Mujanović A, Sivić S, Smajić R, Mihajlović S, Mahmuzić E, Omerović […]
Edition 31 – Why Do International Organizations Fail in Responding to Epidemics? An Analysis of State Incentives Through the Lens of International Organizations
Epidemics, while variable in nature, are continually prevalent in the fabric of life.
Edition 31 – Anti-Vaxxers, Wealth, and Individualism: How Self-Perception May Explain the Immunization Divide
The proliferation of health misinformation on social media has amplified the voice of the vaccine refusal movement.
Edition 31 – Is It Time for Artificial Intelligence to Invade Personal Privacy for Pandemic Control?
In medicine, the introduction of AI systems have allowed for an unprecedented analysis of clinical presentations – systems are now able to systematically weigh pieces of information to reach logical conclusions, mimicking a clinician’s thought process.
As the market gatekeeper for new drugs and vaccines, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) plays a fundamental role in the response to public health crises.
Edition 31 – Insidious Vectors of Disease: Legacies of Conspiracy, Misinformation, Distrust in the Propagation of Infectious Disease. An Examination of Ebola, HIV/AIDS, and COVID-19
Conspiracies surrounding pandemics have existed for centuries, if not millennia