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The New C19economics.org: A Platform to Support the Generation and Use of Health Economics Research to Tackle COVID-19

Since the beginning of the COVID-19 outbreak, the scientific community has worked around the clock to produce evidence to support decision-makers in all aspects of pandemic management. As of April 2021, there are more than 78,000 articles published in peer reviewed journals and pre-prints (as indexed by collabovid.org).

Scribbles Shot from the Hip My House on the Road Addicted to the Horizon Get the latest articles on hot topics - Refugee and migrant crisis in Europe - Fighting in Syria - Fighting in Iraq - Fighting in Yemen We reported from #ThinkLandscape !Health economics can support decisionmakers in appraising different investments and policy options, considering trade-offs, as well as adopting a “whole of health” approach to the response.org platform: to support those who are generating, analysing, and utilising health economics evidence to tackle COVID-19 globally, with a focus on low- and middle-income[.Those unprecedented collective research efforts have supported decisionmakers across the world on some of the toughest choices in decades, from closing economies, to procuring vaccines and medical supplies and equipment, and preparing for the uncertain year ahead.

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