The overall goal of the Coronavirus Pandemic Preparedness (CPP) project is to learn from the current pandemic to be better prepared for a future pandemic. As with many societal challenges, such as poverty or climate change, pandemic preparedness is a wicked problem: it involves multiple problems that compete and conflict with each other. Nearly ten months into the pandemic, society still struggles with issues that remain unresolved and thus re-emerge. That is why a disciplinary or even interdisciplinary approach does not suffice. Instead, a truly transdisciplinary approach is required which not only transgresses the boundaries between academic disciplines but also engages in mutual learning with societal actors based on their knowledge and lived experiences.
|Short title or EU acronym||PANPREP|
|Effective start/end date||1/02/21 → 30/09/21|
- Pandemic Preparedness
- societal impact and policy
Flemish discipline codes
- Work and organisational psychology
- Social behaviour and social action