Complexity of Pandemics N°2 – Exploring Insights from the Social Sciences

Complexity of pandemics n°2 – exploring insights from the social sciences

World Health Organization (WHO) published this video item, entitled “Complexity of Pandemics N°2 – Exploring Insights from the Social Sciences” – below is their description.

Complexity of Pandemics is the speaker series of the WHO Hub for Pandemic and Epidemic Intelligence. It takes place quarterly and seeks to highlight the complex multidisciplinary landscape of preventing, predicting, preparing for, and responding to epidemics and pandemics.

This second session of the speaker series – Complexity of Pandemics N°2 – Exploring Insights from the Social Sciences for Collaborative Intelligence – was broadcast live from Berlin, Germany on 22 September 2022.

Watch the first session of the speaker series: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aaJst7k8UH0

Visit the WHO Pandemic Hub online:

WHO Hub for Pandemic and Epidemic Intelligence: https://pandemichub.who.int/

“Complexity of Pandemics” speaker series: https://pandemichub.who.int/speaker-s…

Information on this event: https://pandemichub.who.int/events/item/2022/09/22/default-calendar/complexity-of-pandemics-exploring-insights-from-the-social-sciences-for-collaborative-intelligence

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