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Phebe Hong Jan 18
AI is “collective imaginary” relying more on correlation than causation, which means “black box” challenges
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HarvardGlobalHealth May 8
On mistrust in West Africa during outbreak, says: We thought that most important path to prevention was good treatment. People would come when not so many die. We see in that's not so. Everything changes when there is armed conflict.
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Dominique Vervoort, MD Jan 18
" enables us to grant greater access and fairer regulation/democratization of high-quality care - in particular for minority groups and LMICs."
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Seed Global Health May 7
If we are going to achieve , we need partnerships and collaboration across the public and private sectors ~ Loyce Pace
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HarvardGlobalHealth May 8
Certainly, you can't fix in right now with with your traditional Public Health responses of tents & treatments. It will get worse before it will get better. The problem with armed conflict is you never know who is doing what.
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Seed Global Health May 7
We need to empower countries to build the capacity they need to address the health challenges they face and make decisions about where investments should be prioritized ~ at
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Seed Global Health May 7
You can't have global health security without strong primary health care and ~ Kate Dodson,
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HarvardGlobalHealth May 8
Love seeing practice a culturally sensitive approach: Instead of answering, he puts question back to who's asking. We learn she's from Sierra Leone, her dad helped CDC in outbreak & noticed biggest disconnect was lack of understanding of local culture
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Sema Sgaier Mar 29
Really enjoyed giving this talk today what an amazing audience. Thank you for hosting me and for building an amazing center. Let’s continue the conversation on in
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