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The resilient health system of the future – the case for community health


How can we build care systems that ensure people receive needed health information?

With growing digitization and spread of social media and internet use as a means to obtain health information, false information can spread rapidly and harmful messages can become amplified. Several regions of the world suffered the worst of the pandemic due to widespread confusion within the population and a weakened public health response.

As the world faces more disruptions and future pandemics, how might we build systems that effectively manage infodemics and ensure people receive needed health information?  Share examples of consistent and concentrated efforts to maintain an effective infodemic management especially through fact-checking and responsible communication.

Please share them in the comments below or use the ‘Submit a signal’ button to share them with the larger #futures community.

Let’s build #ResilientHealthFuture outcomes together!

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