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COVID-19 revealed the gaps in our public healthcare system.  An essay, “Reimagining Public Health in the Aftermath of a Pandemic,” published on Aug. 20 in the American Journal of Public Health, provides a detailed step-by-step process on how the world’s medical industry will be changed in terms of its system, leadership, and new communication skills and processes. Ross Browson, the lead author of the essay, greatly stated that the pandemic will change the world permanently in many ways that are not yet predictable, and this realization requires a total reinvention for every country’s public health.

Source: https://source.wustl.edu/2020/08/reimagining-public-health-in-aftermath-of-covid-19/

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