Pandemic Medicine

Pandemic Medicine : Why the Global Innovation System Is Broken, and How We Can Fix It

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Despite a century of advances in modern medicine, as well as the rapid development of Covid vaccines, the global pharmaceutical industry has largely failed to bring to market drugs that actually cure disease. Why? And looking further ... How can government policies stimulate investment in the development of curative drugs? Is there an untapped potential for "natural medicines" in new drug discovery? How have private-public sector partnerships transformed the ways we innovate? To what extent are medicinal plant biodiversity and human health codependent? Addressing this range of increasingly critical questions, Kathryn Ibata-Arens analyzes the rise and decline of the global innovation system for new drug development and proposes a policy framework for fast-tracking the implementation of new discoveries and preparing for future pandemics.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 190 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 19.05mm | 290.3g
  • Boulder, CO, United States
  • English
  • 1626379718
  • 9781626379718

Table of contents

Series Preface
Editorial Advisory Board
About the Editors
About the Contributors
Acknowledgements
Introduction
Case 1 Finding a Voice: An Elementary Schooler with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and Down Syndrome
Stephanie Meehan and Jane R. Wegner
Case 2 Promoting Early Social Communication Skills: A Preschooler with ASD
Jill Howard and Geraldine Dawson
Case 3 Teaching Social Skills and Self-Regulation to Decrease Problem Behavior and Improve Quality of Life: A Preschooler with ASD
Susan M. Wilczynski and Shawnna Sundberg
Case 4 Understanding Foundational Developmental Capacities Related to Language: A Toddler with ASD
Sima Gerber
Case 5 Replacing Challenging Behavior with a Better Way to Communicate: A Fourth Grader with ASD
Lauren J. Moskowitz
Case 6 Implementing the Joint Attention, Symbolic Play, Engagement and Regulation (JASPER) Intervention: A Toddler with ASD
Kyle Sterrett and Connie Kasari
Case 7 Using Enhanced Milieu Teaching with an Emerging Verbal Communicator: A Young Child with ASD
Ann Kaiser and Jodi K. Heidlage
Case 8 Coaching in Early Childhood Intervention: A Toddler with ASD
Kathleen D. Ross
Case 9 Supporting Relationships and Learning in Secondary School: A Teenager with ASD and Intellectual Disability
Erik W. Carter
Case 10 Using Pivotal Response Treatment to Improve Social Communication and Behavior Skills: A Young Child with ASD
Lynn Kern Koegel, Brittany Lynn Koegel, Elizabeth Ponder, Kristen Strong
Case 11 Facilitating Social Communicative and Social Emotional Competence: A Third Grader with ASD
Amy C. Laurent, Emily Rubin, and Barry M. Prizant
Case 12 Making Friends and Maintaining Relationships: A Preteen with ASD
Ashley Brien
Case 13 Understanding the Causes and Consequences of One's Own Challenging Behaviors: An Elementary Schooler with ASD and Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)
Tiffany Hutchins and Patricia A. Prelock
Case 14 Learning to Approach and Vocalize with Peers During Playground Time Using Self-Modeling: A Preschooler with Moderate to Severe Autism
Tom Buggey
Index
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Review quote

Ibata-Arens's accessibly written, and timely, book offers a compelling argument: that profit-and patent-driven drug development must be replaced by a global system of sharing innovation commons, including those harvested from nature. Short of this transformation, pandemics may become more common than we currently imagine!
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