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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Still left behind in fight against AIDS
World AIDS Day is a reminder of the challenge of defending the human rights of people whose governments deliberately deny them, writes Simon Rushton for CNN.
Tackling Antibiotic Resistance
Antibiotic drug resistance is an increasing threat to global health security, potentially compromising gains made in public health worldwide, says this paper.
Infectious Disease Threat Reduction
To improve early detection of disease outbreaks, the challenge is to establish an integrated global biosurveillance system and to develop improved diagnostic tests for understanding their source, says this paper. Read.
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 Claire Munoz Parry