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Global Health Security supplement
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    Overview: Progress and Opportunities for Strengthening Global Health Security F. J. Angulo et al. -- 
US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and Its Partners’ Contributions to Global Health Security / J. W. Tappero et al. -- 
Contributions of the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Implementing the Global Health Security Agenda in 17 Partner Countries / A. G. Fitzmaurice et al. -- 
Ebola Response Impact on Public Health Programs, West Africa, 2014–2017 / B. J. Marston et al. -- 
Joint External Evaluation—Development and Scale-Up of Global Multisectoral Health Capacity Evaluation Process / E. Bell et al. -- 
Synergies between Communicable and Noncommunicable Disease Programs to Enhance Global Health Security / D. Kostova et al.

    Prevent: Strengthening Global Surveillance for Antimicrobial Drug–Resistant Neisseria gonorrhoeae through the Enhanced Gonococcal Antimicrobial Surveillance Program / E. J. Weston et al. -- 
Capacity Development through the US President’s Malaria Initiative–Supported Antimalarial Resistance Monitoring in Africa Network / E. S. Halsey et al. -- 
Prioritizing Zoonoses for Global Health Capacity Building—Themes from One Health Zoonotic Disease Workshops in 7 Countries, 2014–2016 / S. J. Salyer et al. -- 
Zoonotic Disease Programs for Enhancing Global Health Security / E. D. Belay et al. -- 
Frameworks for Preventing, Detecting, and Controlling Zoonotic Diseases / M. L. Shiferaw et al. -- 
Use of a Diagonal Approach to Health System Strengthening and Measles Elimination after a Large Nationwide Outbreak in Mongolia / J. E. Hagan et al. -- 
Enhancing Workforce Capacity to Improve Vaccination Data Quality, Uganda / K. Ward et al. -- 
Expanding Pertussis Epidemiology in 6 Latin America Countries through the Latin American Pertussis Project / V. A. Pinell-McNamara et al. -- 
CDC Activities for Improving Implementation of Human Papillomavirus Vaccination, Cervical Cancer Screening, and Surveillance Worldwide / V. Senkomago et al. -- 
US Federal Travel Restrictions for Persons with Higher-Risk Exposures to Communicable Diseases of Public Health Concern / L. A. Vonnahme et al. -- 
Responding to Communicable Diseases in Internationally Mobile Populations at Points of Entry and along Porous Borders, Nigeria, Benin, and Togo / R. D. Merrill et al.

    Detect: -- Assessment of National Public Health and Reference Laboratory, Accra, Ghana, within Framework of Global Health Security / A. Ogee-Nwankwo et al. -- 
Enhancing Laboratory Response Network Capacity in South Korea / J. Parker et al. -- 
Real-Time Surveillance in Emergencies Using the Early Warning Alert and Response Network / K. M. Cordes et al. -- 
Global Disease Detection—Achievements in Applied Public Health Research, Capacity Building, and Public Health Diplomacy, 2001–2016 / C. Y. Rao et al. -- 
Enhancing Surveillance and Diagnostics in Anthrax-Endemic Countries / A. R. Vieira et al. -- 
Cholera Mortality during Urban Epidemic, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, August 16, 2015–January 16, 2016 / L. S. McCrickard et al. -- 
Building Global Epidemiology and Response Capacity with Field Epidemiology Training Programs / D. S. Jones et al. -- 
Frontline Field Epidemiology Training Programs as a Strategy to Improve Disease Surveillance and Response A. André et al. -- 
Surveillance Training for Ebola Preparedness in Côte d’Ivoire, Guinea-Bissau, Senegal, and Mali / V. M. Cáceres et al.

    Respond: CDC Support for Global Public Health Emergency Management / D. J. Brencic et al. -- 
Sustainable Model for Public Health Emergency Operations Centers for Global Settings / S. Balajee et al. -- 
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Public Health Response to Humanitarian Emergencies, 2007–2016 / A. T. Boyd et al. -- 
Establishment of CDC Global Rapid Response Team to Ensure Global Health Security / T. Stehling-Ariza et al. -- 
Lessons Learned from Emergency Response Vaccination Efforts for Cholera, Typhoid, Yellow Fever, and Ebola / J. A. Walldorf et al. -- 
CDC Safety Training Course for Ebola Virus Disease Healthcare Workers / R. Narra et al. -- Commentaries: Global Health Security—An Unfinished Journey / M. T. Osterholm.

    About the Cover: Unseen Faces, Lingering Storylines / B. Breedlove.

    Vol. 23, Supplement to December 2017

    This special supplement of Emerging Infectious Dis- eases on global health security presents an inventory of key efforts by CDC, in collaboration with many partners, to foster health security worldwide, especially by strengthen- ing national public health core capacities. This supplement begins with several summary articles and then provides specific examples of global health security improvements in articles organized by sections entitled Prevent, Detect, and Respond.


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