Global Governance of Medicine Quality
Substandard & falsified medical products pose a threat to patient & population health and undermines the success of the Sustainable Development Goals. This project examines the public health & socioeconomic impacts of these products and analyzes data from the WHO Global Surveillance & Monitoring System which captures, for the first time, global reporting on substandard and falsified medical products.
|Global Health Foresighting|
Aria Ilyad Ahmad, PhD(c), Project Lead
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