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    Policy learning from influenza and the preparedness of the public health sector: 2006/2007 influenza season in Latvia

     Ieva_Daniela Beinarovica (corresponding) (2021)
    Due to globalization and continuous development and mutation and development of various pathogens, infectious diseases have transcended the public health sector and become issues of Global Public Health Security. Influenza – an infectious disease that is both a cyclical, yearly occurrence and the cause of several deadly global pandemics – regularly challenges the public health sector thus providing opportunities for policy learning and evidence bases policy change. By applying the Algorithm for continuous analysis of policy learning and change, this publication investigates whether and how policy learning and change took place in Latvia after the 2006/2007 influenza season, when a record number of infection cases was registered. Although the conclusions of this publication cannot be generalized, it provides valuable insights for future research, especially for the analysis of the management of the Covid-19 pandemic in Latvia.
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      10.14293/S2199-1006.1.SOR-SOCSCI.APXG57D.v1.RCJAJR

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