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How scientific research reacts to international public health emergencies: a global analysis of response patterns

Lin Zhang, Wenjing Zhao, Beibei Sun, Ying Huang, Wolfgang Glänzel
2020 Scientometrics  
In the present paper, we attempt to characterise, quantify and measure the response of academia to international public health emergencies in a comparative bibliometric study of multiple outbreaks.  ...  From our analysis of six infectious disease outbreaks since 2000, including COVID-19, we find that academia always responded quickly to public health emergencies with a sharp increase in the number of  ...  To view a copy of this licence, visit http://creat iveco mmons .org/licen ses/by/4.0/.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11192-020-03531-4 pmid:32836522 pmcid:PMC7282204 fatcat:pncivxxy4vdszi4vytvoupsehq

Sustainability and Resilience Assessment in the Pandemic Emergency

Gabriella Arcese, Marzia Traverso
2021 Symphonya Emerging Issues in Management  
The speed at which it spreads has led first to a change of our behavior and our way of life but at the same time, it has also changed the way we consider our buildings and how we live in them.  ...  How resistant are we and our environment to crises like COVID-19? What is the significance of resilience in sustainability?  ...  The research is a rapid analysis of emerging information provided by the government of Japan and other international organizations.  ... 
doi:10.4468/2021.2.09arcese.traverso fatcat:77b4bb6jy5dhxcrguhkcxelltu

Emergency Response: Clustering Change [chapter]

Günther Bachmann
2012 Transgovernance  
We may speak of an emergency when a situation or a disastrous event cause great damage, destruction and human suffering, and overwhelms local capacity, necessitating a request to national or international  ...  If truth and reliability of good decisions is what, in general, nourishes change and the readiness of people to trust in transformation, emergency response should be at the heart of this.  ...  Many thanks to my colleague Sibyl Steuwer for her support. The full responsibility for remaining inconsistencies and possible shortcomings stays with me as author. Open Access.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-28009-2_6 fatcat:xt2ttdidt5bepdpek3crkrn36i

Emergency contraception

I. Prabakar, A. Webb
2012 The BMJ (British Medical Journal)  
A number of studies supported under the social science research initiatives on "Sexual Behaviour and Reproductive Health" and on the "Role of Men in Reproductive Health" provide insights into the patterns  ...  of acrosome-reacted spermatozoa.  ...  • How can one be reasonably sure that a woman is not pregnant?  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmj.e1492 pmid:22431662 fatcat:wbacljlyavfijfosp35q2p4qsu

The Emergence of New Global Institutions: A Discursive Perspective

Steve Maguire, Cynthia Hardy
2006 Organization Studies  
We examine how a new discourse shapes the emergence of new global regulatory institutions and, specifically, the roles played by actors and the texts they author during the institution-building process  ...  We show that new discourses do not neatly supplant legacy discourses but, instead, are made to overlap and interact with them through the authorial agency of actors, as a result of which the meanings of  ...  This paper examines how a new discourse influences the emergence of new global regulatory institutions.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0170840606061807 fatcat:vtldrr4tj5gr7fgu4wkmgc46fa

Perspectives on emerging zoonotic disease research and capacity building in Canada

Craig Stephen, Harvey Artsob, William R Bowie, Michael Drebot, Erin Fraser, Ted Leighton, Muhammad Morshed, Corinne Ong, David Patrick
2005 Canadian veterinary journal  
Zoonoses are fundamental determinants of community health. Preventing, identifying and managing these infections must be a central public health focus.  ...  The ability to predict the emergence of zoonoses and their resulting public health and societal impacts are hindered when insufficient effort is devoted to understanding zoonotic disease epidemiology,  ...  Research into and responses to zoonoses have had substantial benefits, contributing to many great advances in public health.  ... 
pmid:15759832 pmcid:PMC2831550 fatcat:dprkzrmbkjfodlhxnx7ekkwj5i

6th International Conference on Emerging Zoonoses

R. E. Kahn, I. Morozov, H. Feldmann, J. A. Richt
2012 Zoonoses and Public Health  
emerging disease is being investigated.  The continuum of basic research leading to understanding a disease and then to managing that disease and finally to preventing it offers a pattern of scientific  ...  Impacts  Summaries provide reviews of specific zoonoses and threats to human and animal health.  Genomic analysis and systems and computational biology are increasingly important research tools whatever  ...  Agency for International Development (USAID) has been a major leader in the global response to the emergence and spread of Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza (HPAI).  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1863-2378.2012.01539.x pmid:22958247 fatcat:ycpcreirjvgidfsrcjvsu4sbtm

Emerging Viral Diseases [chapter]

James W. Le Duc, Neal Nathanson
2016 Viral Pathogenesis  
One of the most dramatic aspects of virology is the emergence of new virus diseases, which often receives widespread attention from the scientific community and the lay public.  ...  Increased global travel Increased international commerce Agribusiness, food processing, distribution Poverty Inadequate public health systems Open defecation Lack of safe water Societal  ... 
doi:10.1016/b978-0-12-800964-2.00016-1 fatcat:h26dcihpifd3bmlq7yz3r6true

Emerging illegal wildlife trade issues: A global horizon scan

Nafeesa Esmail, Bonnie C. Wintle, Michael t Sas‐Rolfes, Andrea Athanas, Colin M. Beale, Zara Bending, Ran Dai, Michael Fabinyi, Sarah Gluszek, Cathy Haenlein, Lauren A. Harrington, Amy Hinsley (+13 others)
2020 Conservation Letters  
To help inform proactive policy responses in the face of uncertainty, in 2018 we conducted a horizon scan of significant emerging issues.  ...  This analysis can support national governments, international bodies, researchers, and nongovernmental organizations as they develop strategies for addressing the illegal wildlife trade.  ...  This first global horizon scan of IWT aims to inform proactive policy responses by governments, international conventions and NGOs to prioritize key IWT issues, underpinned by emerging empirical evidence  ... 
doi:10.1111/conl.12715 fatcat:kfeqvfrchfao5endlnyxy4nacy

Perspectives on Emerging Zoonotic Disease Research and Capacity Building in Canada

Craig Stephen, Harvey Artsob, William R Bowie, Michael Drebot, Erin Fraser, Ted Leighton, Muhammad Morshed, Corinne Ong, David Patrick
2004 Canadian Journal of Infectious Diseases and Medical Microbiology  
Zoonoses are fundamental determinants of community health. Preventing, identifying and managing these infections must be a central public health focus.  ...  The ability to predict the emergence of zoonoses and their resulting public health and societal impacts are hindered when insufficient effort is devoted to understanding zoonotic disease epidemiology,  ...  Research into and responses to zoonoses have had substantial benefits, contributing to many great advances in public health.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2004/238126 pmid:18159512 pmcid:PMC2094993 fatcat:fmrk4citj5f5tnx6fme7p45pu4

The Chinese Advantage in Emergency Law

Ugo Mattei, Liu Guanghua, Emanuele Ariano
2020 Global Jurist  
to counter the crisis in the face of a formal commitment to the rule of law.  ...  This Article concludes that the emerging pre-eminence of the "rule of technology" over the "rule of law" in a critical event of historic proportions like a pandemic should and will set the future agenda  ...  , in accordance with their relevant national law and obligations under international law, in response to specific public health risks or public health emergencies of international concern" with the purported  ... 
doi:10.1515/gj-2020-0032 fatcat:uxojsu74bjacbf5e7lmzt4n4fe

Handbook of Disaster and Emergency Management [article]

Amir Khorram-Manesh, Krzysztof Goniewicz, Attila Hertelendy, Maxim Dulebenets
2021 Zenodo  
This is the second edition of the handbook in disaster and emergency management, which was published in 2017.  ...  Acknowledgement The editors would like to thank all authors who took part in the first edition of the handbook and whose support was the foundation for the second edition.  ...  -Describing how an evaluation of the medical, public health and public service responses to emergencies and disaster can be designed and carried out.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5553076 fatcat:5zebeprw6vb5joeu4oyd4rqccy

Bibliometric Analysis of Trends in Theory-related Policy Publications

Abitassha Az Zahra, Achmad Nurmandi, Christine B. Tenario, Riska Rahayu, Samantha Herector Benectitos, Faye Lorraine P. Mina, Ken M. Haictin
2021 Emerging Science Journal  
This study's bibliometric analysis evaluates the scope and trends of theory-related policy publications in various international journals.  ...  This article calls for greater engagements among scholars, and for policy researchers to more explicitly consider how their work might contribute to the understanding of the policy challenges.  ...  Therefore, in various international journals or fields of study, there is a wide gap in research policy, which has been perceived in both policy and scientific literature.  ... 
doi:10.28991/esj-2021-01261 fatcat:cq5l6w7kqjcxznyuhyc7o2naaa

Successful or not? Evidence, emergence, and development management

Chris Mowles
2010 Development in Practice  
By drawing on insights from the complexity sciences, particularly the theory of emergence, the article calls for a broadening of our understanding of how social change comes about.  ...  He also undertakes consultancy work with international development agencies, and in the public sector, where he takes a particular interest in the practice of managers and leaders.  ...  It will set this out in contrast to the way that generalisations and global patterns are usually thought to arise, particularly according to theories currently in use in the international aid sector.  ... 
doi:10.1080/09614524.2010.508110 fatcat:7na2rganpfhqtp55zzsswv57yy

Emergency Politics After Globalization

Monika Heupel, Mathias Koenig-Archibugi, Christian Kreuder-Sonnen, Markus Patberg, Astrid Séville, Jens Steffek, Jonathan White
2021 International Studies Review  
Transnational emergency politics seems likely to remain a central feature of the coming years, and our aim is to further its study in international relations.  ...  From the European Union to the World Health Organization, from supranational institutions to state governments acting in concert, the logic of emergency is embraced in international contexts, with Covid  ...  Acknowledgments This Forum emerges from a workshop on "The Transnational Politics of Emergency" organized by Kreuder-Sonnen and White in June 2020.  ... 
doi:10.1093/isr/viab021 fatcat:7xhvm6w57bda7jh6wq6cyjj5li
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