The Centre on Global Health Security at Chatham House, headed by Dr David Heymann, examines key global health challenges and how they manifest themselves as foreign policy and international affairs problems.
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Financing for Health
Papers in this series consider the current development assistance model for health, and the possibilities for increased domestic expenditure on health in the countries most in need
How SARS was Contained
The SARS outbreak was the first major international health emergency in which the WHO was able to take full advantage of the internet age, writes David Heymann in the International Herald Tribune. Read.
A Grand Decade for Global Health
This paper suggests that a wave of innovation in health around the turn of the century provides useful lessons about how change can be generated in international institutions.
Access to Health-Related Products, Technologies and Services
Disease Threats and Determinants that Transcend Borders
International Affairs, Governance and Health
For more information about the Centre please contact Ian Perrin.