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A Century of Pandemics: Lessons Learned and (Sometimes) Applied

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Michael Stoto, Professor of Health Systems Administration & Population Health at Georgetown University, discusses lessons learned during a century of pandemics including: outbreak identification and information sharing; risk characterization and surveillance; non-pharmaceutical interventions and medical advances; and community collaboration, solidarity, trust, and leadership.

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