Three years after we first began forecasting the trajectory of the COVID pandemic, we bring together IHME experts to discuss the ongoing effects of COVID, and where we go from here.
“To really understand how we can do better in the next pandemic, we need to interrogate what made a difference in this one.” - Dr. Thomas Bollyky
In today's episode, we hear from Dr. Bollyky and Dr. Joe Dieleman about the factors that led some countries to have lower death tolls during the COVID pandemic, and how we can harness those measures to prepare for the next one.
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An independent population health research organization based at the University of Washington School of Medicine, the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME) works with collaborators around the world to develop timely, relevant, and scientifically valid evidence that illuminates the state of health everywhere. In making our research available and approachable, we aim to inform health policy and practice in pursuit of our vision: all people living long lives in full health. Learn more about IHME: »https://www.healthdata.org
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