ES1-7 : Education and support for future pandemics and health security


In 2016, BMJ began a three-year global programme to improve health security across the Caucasus region. Through our close partnerships with national governments and other leading healthcare institutions, we are jointly implementing a programme focused on ensuring infectious diseases are better diagnosed and managed.

During our session, we will present a brief outline of how the BMJ Clinical Decision Support Training Initiative has been implemented in Azerbaijan, Georgia and Ukraine, and discuss the importance of measuring the impact and ensuring sustainability in this context of the programme.



We invite the audience to discuss the challenges of addressing national concerns surrounding other communicable and non-communicable diseases.



Walsh Kieran BMJUnited Kingdom
Hilton Amy BMJUnited Kingdom
Roma Elisa BMJUnited Kingdom




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Location: Room 20 Date: April 11, 2018 Time: 8:00 am - 9:00 am Hilton Amy Roma Elisa Walsh Kieran