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Determinants of success

In order to successfully manage a future Pathogen X pandemic, we must critically reflect on the lessons learnt from the SARS-CoV-2 response, and define what success could look like the next time we are faced with a comparable health threat. To do this, we are reflecting on indicators of ‘success’ and ‘failure’ at different stages of the COVID-19 response, looking at the effectiveness of different intervention measures and their interactions with individual behavior.

Work package lead: 

University of Antwerp (UA)

Participants of the consortium:

Hasselt University (UH), National Institute of Public Health and Environment (RIVM), National Institute of Health and Medical Research (INSERM),

London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine (LSHTM), University of Bern (UBern)

Tasks of the Work Package

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1

Defining indicators of ''success'' and ''failure'' across different pandemic stages

UA, LSHTM, INSERM

2

Collecting data on determinants and indicators of success

UA, UBern

3

Statistical and efficiency analyses

UA, INSERM, UH, LSHTM

4

Policy-induced and spontaneous behavioural change

INSERM, RIVM, UH, UA

Output

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