The preparedness, responsiveness and recovery triality: a pandemic research and policy framework
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Colleges, School and Institutes
- University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
- TU Delft
Drawing on the contributions from the edited volume Living with Pandemics: People, Place and Policy this chapter develops a framework for post-pandemic policy and research agendas. The chapter identifies three stages to a pandemic – preparedness, responsiveness and recovery – and argues that this triad of interconnections should underpin the development of a Preparedness, Responsiveness and Recovery Research and Policy Framework (PRP). The chapter argues that people and places must be at the centre of the PRP framework followed by a focus on organisational and government policy innovation, impacts, improvisation, and adaptation strategies. Each element of the PRP framework involves society, economy, governance, and data through localised and hence spatialised diagnostics of problems and responses. The chapter also highlights the importance of understanding the relationship between biology and life as a cross-cutting theme of such a framework.
Not yet published as of 26/03/2021.
|Title of host publication||Living with Pandemics|
|Subtitle of host publication||People, Place and Policy|
|Editors||John R. Bryson, Lauren Andres, Aksel Ersoy, Louise Reardon|
|Publication status||Accepted/In press - 4 Feb 2021|
- COVID-19, pandemic preparedness, pandemic responsiveness, pandemic recovery, policy, research, forms of life