(Webinar) The U.S. and Taiwan After COVID: Preparing for the Next Crisis
The U.S and Taiwan After COVID: Preparing for the Next Crisis
April 27, 2021
10:00 AM—11:00 AM EDT (UTC-4)
For nearly two decades Taiwan and the United States have battled an escalating series of public health crises, from SARS to COVID-19. And since COVID-19 is unlikely to be the last such crisis, public health should be an arena for growing U.S.-Taiwan cooperation. What can be learned from their recent experiences with pandemic preparedness and the use of technology to support public health? How can public and private players in both the United States and Taiwan prepare for the next crisis?
Join us for a conversation featuring J. Stephen Morrison, Chunhuei Chi, Chang-Chuan Chan, and Susan Landau. The Carnegie Endowment’s Evan A. Feigenbaum will moderate.
J. Stephen Morrison, senior vice president, and director of the Global Health Policy Center at the Center for Strategic and International Studies.
Chang-Chuan Chan, distinguished professor and former Dean of College of Public Health, National Taiwan University.
Susan Landau, Bridge Professor in cybersecurity and policy at the Fletcher School and the Department of Computer Science at Tufts University