9th June 2020 Michele Acuto BMJ Opinion @MicheleAcuto Bio Pandemic outbreaks regularly surface global lessons in urban health and planning. … Read More
As countries continue to grapple with the impact of Covid-19, there are clear signs that the research sector is about to undergo significant reform. These reforms – in particular those relating to the casualised research workforce – will worsen the precarious conditions for early career researchers. Unless action is taken, an entire generation of science will be affected.… Read More
INGSA/Koi Tū EXCLUSIVE What is Emergency Health Foresight and what are we at risk of un-learning as the world returns to ‘normal’? Prof Tolu Oni on what in Urban Health has been revealed by the crisis
INGSA/Koi Tū EXCLUSIVE The science we need for good public policy is by necessity a transdisciplinary science. In countries such as Germany, natural scientists were joined from the outset in dealing with the pandemic by experts from social sciences and even normative disciplines like philosophical ethics. This transparent inclusivity of a range of perspectives was not, however, universal.