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Politics of Pandemic Care


The Working Paper series Politics of Pandemic Care explores governmental policies, social initiatives, expertise and digital innovations as responses to global and national disruptions of care relations during the COVID-19 pandemic. This series sheds light on the interfaces of national and global care politics and how these are acknowledged and managed in different ways in order to contribute to the improvement of resilience and theorize the implication of the pandemic at the intersection of health politics and international relations.

This series is published by the members of the project Assessment of Evolving International Infrastructures and Pandemic Management as part of the research project egePan Unimed (Development, Testing and Implementation of regionally adaptive health care structures and processes for pandemic management guided by evidence and led by university clinics). egePan Unimed is funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research as part of the Netzwerk Universitätsmedizin (NUM) initiative.

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