Frank Snowden's recent scholarship, Epidemics and Society, provides the reader with a history of the impact of globalization on epidemic diseases since 2000. The work allows us to contextualize COVID-19 and understand how past pandemics' responses can help us producing efficient Public Health policies.
It is translational in the sense that it aims to bring lessons from the history of pandemic diseases to policy making in the field of public health.
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