Organized by McGill University 6th Annual McGill Summer Institute May 31-June 18, 2021 More information The McGill Summer Institute focuses on the most current best practices, research trends, and implementation science relating to infectious diseases. To safely welcome as many participants as possible, the Summer Institute will be 100% online in 2021. In 2021, the…

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Organized by Friends of the Global Fight Against AIDS, TB and Malaria The Impact of COVID-19 in Africa and Priorities for the Response January 25, 2021 RSVP Tune in for a conversation with Dr. John Nkengasong, Director of the Africa Centres for Disease Control and Prevention, on how COVID-19 is affecting the continent, including the…

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Organized by CSIS Trusting a Covid-19 Vaccine: Who’s Left Unheard? January 8, 2021 RSVP In the face of rising cases of Covid-19 across the United States, many are hoping that the approval of a novel coronavirus vaccine, or vaccines, in 2021 may offer a way to move beyond the worst effects of the pandemic. Yet…

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Administration News Executive Order on Ensuring Access to USG COVID-19 Vaccines On December 8, President Trump issued an Executive Order (EO) that ensures Americans have priority access to COVID-19 vaccines developed in the United States or procured by the United States government. The EO does not go into detail about the U.S. government’s vaccine distribution…

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COVID-19 has reinforced the importance of investing in and building strong, equitable, and resilient health systems worldwide. Global Health Council has consistently advocated for holistic responses to deadly disease outbreaks of all kinds and has maintained the call for a global response to the pandemic throughout COVID-19 relief package negotiations. Responsible international investments will protect…

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A few months ago, I talked about a global health marathon. Now, with several additional mile markers behind us, the 2020 race is nearly in our rear view mirror. Before we cross the finish line, finally getting this year behind us, I want to highlight what we’ve done in the last quarter to further global…

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Organized by CSIS Trusting a Covid-19 Vaccine: Where Do We Stand? December 16, 2020 RSVP In the face of rising cases of Covid-19 across the United States, many are hoping that the approval of a novel coronavirus vaccine, or vaccines, in 2021 may offer a way to move beyond the worst effects of the pandemic.…

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Organized by Independent Panel for Pandemic Preparedness and Response Learning from Nurses on the Frontline of COVID-19 December 15, 2020 RSVP The Independent Panel for Pandemic Preparedness and Response is planning a series of town hall exchanges with various stakeholders, the first of which will be held with the nursing community on December 15th – see the invitation attached and register here. Helen Clark,…

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Organized by CORE Group, PMNCH, and UHC2030 Lives In The Balance Summit December 11, 2020 RSVP Building on the success of  Lives in the Balance: A COVID-19 Summit, PMNCH, CORE Group and UHC2030 will reconvene partners across the globe for a virtual summit to take stock of how COVID-19 is impacting the progress towards Universal Health…

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Organized by Nuclear Threat Initiative Empowering New Voices: Re-envisioning Mentorship in the COVID Era December 10, 2020 RSVP Please join the Nuclear Threat Initiative, Women of Color Advancing Peace and Security, Women’s Action for New Directions, BombShellToe, Gender Champions in Nuclear Policy, and Organizations in Solidarity for an interactive conversation about mentorship in the age…

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