Public Health

  Posted on: Monday, January 11, 2016
Sharing of research data, findings should be the norm in public health emergencies
Homeland Security News Wire, January 11, 2016
Opting in to data sharing should be the default practice during public health emergencies, such as the recent Ebola epidemic, and barriers to sharing data and findings should be removed to ensure those responding to the emergency have the best available evidence at hand according to Vasee Moorthy and colleagues from the World Health Organization (WHO) in a Policy Forum article published in PLOS Medicine.

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