The Indo-Pacific Centre for Health Security is charged with driving change and innovation in health security policy and practice

To best prepare for emerging health threats in our region we need new ideas, better ways to strengthen health systems and to cooperate across borders.

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  • Two Solomon Islanders, Cynthia Joshua and Seraphina Elisha, have now become the first fellows trained in field epidemiology, through the Field Epidemiology Training Program in Papua New Guinea’s (FETPNG). Mentored by Australian Health Security Corps member Mica Hartley, the two fellows worked on implementing projects to improve national surveillance systems.