This article highlights and evaluates the role of CEPI and its contribution to global equitable access to COVID-19 vaccines through its established partnerships for vaccine development. The article adds to the understanding of how and when such partnerships can work for public health, especially under emergency citations. The relatively spontaneous and effective cooperation between major international organizations shortly after the pandemic declaration played a significant role in reducing to a material extent COVID-19’s burden of disease and death. Future pandemic preparedness, prevention, and response will require that collaborations of this kind be sustained and effective going forward.
Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics, Vol. 51, Issue 2: International Collaborations: The Future of Health Care, 2023, Pp. 234-246.
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Halabi, Sam F.; Gostin, Lawrence O.; Aneja, Kashish; Nardi, Francesca; Gottschalk, Katie; and Monahan, John T., "The Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations (CEPI) and the Partnerships of Equitable Vaccine Access" (2023). Georgetown Law Faculty Publications and Other Works. 2541.