New publications available
GloPID-R is on the move with new publications furthering our work toward infectious disease preparedness and response.
GloPID-R is a network of research funders from across the globe investing in research that advances scientific knowledge on preparing on responding to epidemics.
One of our goals is to make sure that the research capacity is in place to support the rapid initiation of research when an outbreak inevitably strikes. Along with that, subject-specific working groups have been launched to analyze, interpret and put into practical application research knowledge to help the preparedness and response efforts of those working in the area of infectious disease.
We’re delighted to share with you some of our latest publications developed by the world’s scientific experts in infectious disease.
GloPID-R Roadmap for Data Sharing in Public Health Emergencies
This roadmap aims to accelerate effective data sharing by highlighting measures GloPID-R research funders can take to improve research data sharing by their grantees and to advocate for increased research and public health data sharing more widely.
Data Sharing in Public Health Emergencies: Learning from Past Outbreaks
Six cases studies explore data sharing practices during a range of infectious disease outbreaks of varying severity, geographical exposure and public health impact, and availability of medical countermeasures.
GloPID-R report on Chikungunya, O’nyong-nyong and Mayaro Virus, Part I: Biological Diagnostics
The report focuses on natural history, epidemiology, and medical management of infections caused by these viruses and its objective is to suggest relevant research priorities in the field, in order to improve individual patient care and outbreak management.
Towards People-Centered Epidemic Preparedness and Response: From Knowledge to Action
This publication provides a strategic roadmap to address knowledge, infrastructure and funding gaps and accelerate capacity development and innovation.