A National Agenda for Public Health Systems Research on Emergency Preparedness
The Office of the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response asked RAND to facilitate development of a public health systems research agenda for emergency preparedness, identify short- and long-term research priorities, and provide a basis for coordinating funders and researchers inside and outside the federal government. To identify research priorities, RAND staff conducted an extensive literature review and convened a panel of experts.
Subjects: Health Sciences, Sociology, Political Science
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