- Mar 11, 2015 | 8:30 am - 1:00 pm
As countries around the world work toward universal health coverage, leaders are looking for ways to best use resources to improve health and promote long-term economic development and social stability.
- Feb 23, 2015
As the Ebola epidemic continues in West Africa, a major challenge impeding international efforts to “get to zero” Ebola cases and deaths is the absence of effective, portable, and affordable Ebola diagnostic tools. There has been a considerable push by industry, governments, NGOs, international organizations, and foundations to develop these new tests.
- Feb 13, 2015
Please join us for a lively conversation with Tolbert Nyenswah, Assistant Minister of Health and Head of Liberia's Incident Management System (IMS).
- Feb 6, 2015
In America, there is considerable debate over drug policy, including domestic drug use, treatment, and supply reduction efforts. Public health approaches to treating substance use disorders, as well as alternative models to incarceration and sentencing are advancing. Courts and law enforcement agencies are investing in remediation and targeted drug interventions.
- Feb 5, 2015
On September 2014, the UN Secretary-General established the UN Mission for Ebola Emergency Response (UNMEER) - the institution's first-ever emergency health mission. Under the leadership of Anthony Banbury, UNMEER was charged to coordinate the UN system and its operational partners on the ground in order to implement a rapid and coherent response to the Ebola crisis.
- Feb 4, 2015
Please join us on World Cancer Day for a round table discussion of prospects for research, development, and delivery of tools that can be used effectively and affordably to prevent and treat cancer in low and middle income countries.
- Dec 16, 2014
There are rapidly accelerating efforts underway by industry, governments, NGOS, international organizations, and foundations to bring forward Ebola vaccines and antivirals. There have been promising early returns, amidst considerable unknowns and acute pressures to find safe, effective, and affordable new technological tools.
- Dec 8, 2014
On December 8, the CSIS Global Health Policy Center hosts a major day-long conference on the future of global malaria efforts. It opens with a high-level deliberation over the strategic long-term goal of elimination, highlighting the political, financial, and institutional requisites. It features expert roundtables on drug and insecticide resistance, future technologies (vaccines, therapies, diagnostics), and financing.
- Dec 2, 2014
The CSIS Americas Program and the Center for International Policy will host a half-day conference that will explore what normal relations between the United States and Cuba could look like, while discussing a legal roadmap for getting there. The purpose of the event is not to discuss whether the United States should normalize its relations with Cuba.