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Optimizing Interventions to Control Emerging Infectious Diseases
Inherent uncertainties surrounding emerging and re-emerging infectious diseases pose unique challenges to control efforts. Concurrent with the acceleration of disease emergence in recent decades, advances in modern ...
The Etiology and Treatment of Anemia
Anemia is a significant global health challenge. While the subject of anemia has been well-studied, critical questions regarding its causes and treatment remain. Chapter 1 investigates the optimal schedule, duration, dose, ...
Leveraging Pharma, Digital Innovation, and Partnerships to Increase Healthcare Access in China: A COVID-19 Case Study
Background: The COVID-19 pandemic disrupted healthcare systems globally and posed challenges for disease management, medication access, and adherence. Before the pandemic, digital healthcare had been increasing in China ...
Global Access Diagnostics: Transforming the Path for Equitable Access to Life Science innovations for Epidemics
The current system of research and development (R&D) for medical countermeasures to control epidemics is inadequate and insufficient, exacerbated by a lack of focus upfront on manufacturing and access. This is the central ...
Topics in Causal Inference
Methods for drawing causal inferences from observational data play a central role in fields such as the social sciences and epidemiology, in which performing experiments may be difficult or impossible for technical, ...
Air Pollution and Health in Delhi, India: Health Effects of Short-Term Exposures and Policy Implications
Air pollution exposure is recognized as an important contributor to premature mortality and morbidity globally. Exposure to ambient particulate matter smaller than 2.5 microns in aerodynamic diameter (PM2.5) has been ...