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Public Health Agency of Sweden

Brief Biography of Organisation:

The Public Health Agency of Sweden is an expert authority with responsibility for public health issues at a national level. The Agency develops and supports activities to promote health, prevent illness and improve preparedness for health threats. The Public Health Agency of Sweden is a government agency accountable to the Government (Ministry of Health and Social Affairs). The number of employees is approximately 600. The agency was formed on 1 January 2014.

Role Organisation will play within project:

As a National public health agency, FOHM will contribute with expertise on pandemic preparedness and management, modelling and analysis, as well as surveillance of traditional and alternative data sources.

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Stockholm, Sweden