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Participation report on “Roundtable Discussion on the Health Implications of Japan’s Triple Disaster”

Participation report on “Roundtable Discussion on the Health Implications of Japan’s Triple Disaster”
At the request of leading U.S. think tank CSIS (Center for Strategic and International Studies), Health and Global Policy Institute’s partner in the ongoing Japan-U.S. health policy project, Kiyoshi Kurokawa, Hiromi Murakami, and Ryoji Noritake participated in a Roundtable Discussion on the Health Implications of Japan’s “Triple Disaster”, a CSIS-organized symposium in Washington, DC. The conference opened with remarks from Michael Green, CSIS Senior Adviser and Japan Chair, followed by a panel discussion moderated by J. Stephen Morrison, Senior Vice President and Director of the CSIS Global Health Policy Center. With our experience of over 3 months supporting disaster recovery efforts in healthcare- related areas, there was discussion about lessons learned thus far and measures that should be taken in future.

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Exhibition date:2011-07-14

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