Global Health Crossroads Lecture-Coronavirus Politics: politics & the implications for public health
Online in Zoom
Online in Zoom

Join the editors of the recently published book Coronavirus Politics: The comparative politics and policy of COVID-19 for a discussion about what we have learned so far from various government public health and social policy responses around the world. The speakers will present broader lessons learned and implications for global public health. They will also highlight specific cases, such as Brazil, Russia, and the European Union. Coronavirus Politics: The comparative politics and policy of COVID-19 was published by the University of Michigan Press in April, 2021. The ebook version can be downloaded free of charge at https://doi.org/f7hg. 

Office of Global Public Health

Global Health Crossroads Lecture-Coronavirus Politics: politics & the implications for public health

icon to add this event to your google calendarSeptember 17, 2021
2:30 pm - 3:30 pm
Online in Zoom
Sponsored by: Office of Global Public Health
Contact Information: sphglobalhealth@umich.edu

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Join the editors of the recently published book Coronavirus Politics: The comparative politics and policy of COVID-19 for a discussion about what we have learned so far from various government public health and social policy responses around the world. The speakers will present broader lessons learned and implications for global public health. They will also highlight specific cases, such as Brazil, Russia, and the European Union. Coronavirus Politics: The comparative politics and policy of COVID-19 was published by the University of Michigan Press in April, 2021. The ebook version can be downloaded free of charge at https://doi.org/f7hg.