22nd January 2019 • comment
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14th January 2019 • comment

Toolkit: Communication for Behavioural Impact (COMBI)

by UNICEF, WHO & FAO, Mesh Editorial Team
14th January 2019 • comment

Report: Ebola Strategic Framework

by International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement, Mesh Editorial Team
14th January 2019 • comment
14th January 2019 • comment

Project Report: Going Viral: The Mother of all pandemics Podcast

by Mesh Editorial Team, Dr Mark Honigsbaum & Hannah Mawdsley
14th January 2019 • comment
8th January 2019 • comment

Project Report: Epidalert Case Files

by Epidalert, Mesh Editorial Team
8th January 2019 • comment
8th January 2019 • comment
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7th January 2019 • comment

Blog post: Wellcome: Zika: Q&A with a medical anthropologist

by Sharon Abramowitz, Mesh Editorial Team
7th January 2019 • comment

Academic literature: Community engagement: Leadership tool for catastrophic health events

by Mesh Editorial Team, Monica Schoch-Spana, Crystal Franco, Jennifer B. Nuzzo, and Christiana Usenza
14th December 2018 • comment
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20th November 2018 • comment

Academic Literature: Ethics of Randomized Trials in a Public Health Emergency

by London, A. J., et al 2018, Mesh Editorial Team
20th November 2018 • comment
22nd October 2018 • comment

On the 15th May, the John Hopkins Center for Health Security hosted Clade X, a pandemic tabletop exercise. The exercise was designed to illustrate high-level strategic decisions and policies needed to prevent a severe pandemic or diminish its consequences should prevent fail. The exercise was streamed live and can still be accessed through this article. 

16th May 2018 • comment

LITERATURE: Engaging 'Communities': Anthropological Insights from the West African Ebola Epidemic

by A. Wilkinson, M. Parker, F. Martineau, and M. Leach, Mesh Editorial Team

This article, by Wilkinson et al. 2017, deconstructs notions of 'community', and the ways it is conceptualised and understood, in order to critically reflect upon methods of engaging 'communities' during the west African Ebola epidemic in 2014. 

15th May 2018 • comment

This short podcast examines the role provided by engagement practitioners in preparing for and responding to epidemic outbreak.

22nd February 2018 • comment

A Case Study: In 2012 the Oxford University Clinical Research Unit (OUCRU) was awarded £29,999 from the Wellcome Trust International Engagement Awards over three years to implement an engagement project alongside its Vietnam Initiative on Zoonotic Infections (VIZIONS). The project uses simple digital storytelling techniques to bring to the surface the participants’ ideas about personal and public risk and perceptions of disease and transmission.

7th March 2016 • comment