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Title Digital contact tracing for pandemic response : ethics and governance guidance / edited by Jeffrey P. Kahn, Johns Hopkins Project on Ethics and Governance of Digital Contact Tracing Technologies
Published Baltimore, Md. : Johns Hopkins University Press, 2020
Baltimore, Md. : Project MUSE, 2020
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Contents Table of Contents
Summary "Digital Contact Tracing Technology and closely related digital health products (together DCTT) have been used in several countries as part of broader disease surveillance and containment strategies. Globally, many digital COVID-19 contact tracing strategies have already emerged in response to the pandemic. In the U.S., DCTT has been proposed as an integral part of some plans to "reopen" the country (Allen et al. 2020; Hart et al. 2020; Simpson and Conner 2020). It is almost certain that these and related technologies will become part of not only the COVID-19 response, but also the wider toolbox for future public health communicable disease prevention and control." - from introduction
Notes Open Access
Bibliography Includes bibliographic references
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Notes Mode of access: World Wide Web
Subject COVID-19 (Disease)
Coronavirus infections
Medical policy
Public health
Medical ethics
Medical technology
Cell phones
Pandemics -- prevention & control
Contact Tracing
Form Electronic book
Author Kahn, Jeffrey P., editor
Johns Hopkins University. Johns Hopkins Project on Ethics and Governance of Digital Contact Tracing Technologies
ISBN 9781421440637