Live from the World Health Assembly: "World Health +SocialGood" of 22 May 2018

In this first show of a series of three, after a quick glance at the opening of the World Health Assembly, we talked to guests about universal health coverage – a major priority for the World Health Organization – and took a look back at one of the most important milestones in global public health, the eradication of smallpox. We also talked to Luca Urbani, the son of Carlo Urbani, who died from SARS in 2003 after discovering the disease while working as an infectious disease specialist for WHO.
World Health +SocialGood is a production of WHO, in collaboration with the UN Foundation, featuring public health experts.

More information:
www.who.int/world-health-assembly/seventy-first/social-good
www.who.int/world-health-assembly/seventy-first

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