Protecting human security: proposals for the G7 Ise-Shima Summit in Japan.


Japan Global Health Working Group, ; , COLLABORATORS; Shibuya, K; Nomura, S; Okayasu, H; Ezoe, S; Hara, S; Hara, Y; Izutsu, T; Kato, T; Mabuchi, S; Maeda, Y; Murakami, Y; Nishimoto, H; Ono, T; Shioda, K; Sorita, A; Sugimoto, A; Tase, K; Watabe, A; Smith, A; Abe, SK; Gilmour, S; Gostin, LO; Yamey, G; Schäferhoff, M; Suzuki, EM; Kraus, J; Oshio, T; Hayashi, R; Kondo, N; Shiba, K; Yasunaga, H; Sasabuchi, Y; Takasaki, Y; Akahane, N; Inokuchi, T; Kasahara, S; Machida, M; Maruyama, S; Okada, S; Tanimura, T; Sugishita, T; Takizawa, I; Ozawa, M; Yoneyama, Y; Akashi, H; Miyoshi, C; Murakami, H; Kumakawa, T; Horii, S; Taneda, K; Shiroyama, H; Katsuma, Y; Matsuo, M; Kanamori, S; Sato, C; Yasuda, K; Kemp, J; Slingsby, BT; Katsuno, K; Tamamura, B; Takemi, K; Hashimoto, H; Reich, MR; (2016) Protecting human security: proposals for the G7 Ise-Shima Summit in Japan. Lancet, 387 (10033). pp. 2155-62. ISSN 0140-6736 DOI: 10.1016/S0140-6736(16)30177-5

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Abstract

: In today's highly globalised world, protecting human security is a core challenge for political leaders who are simultaneously dealing with terrorism, refugee and migration crises, disease epidemics, and climate change. Promoting universal health coverage (UHC) will help prevent another disease outbreak similar to the recent Ebola outbreak in west Africa, and create robust health systems, capable of withstanding future shocks. Robust health systems, in turn, are the prerequisites for achieving UHC. We propose three areas for global health action by the G7 countries at their meeting in Japan in May, 2016, to protect human security around the world: restructuring of the global health architecture so that it enables preparedness and responses to health emergencies; development of platforms to share best practices and harness shared learning about the resilience and sustainability of health systems; and strengthening of coordination and financing for research and development and system innovations for global health security. Rather than creating new funding or organisations, global leaders should reorganise current financing structures and institutions so that they work more effectively and efficiently. By making smart investments, countries will improve their capacity to monitor, track, review, and assess health system performance and accountability, and thereby be better prepared for future global health shocks.<br/>

Item Type: Article
Faculty and Department: Faculty of Infectious and Tropical Diseases > Dept of Clinical Research
Faculty of Public Health and Policy > Dept of Health Services Research and Policy
PubMed ID: 27301827
URI: http://researchonline.lshtm.ac.uk/id/eprint/3414781

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