This book chapter reviews the available mental health literature concerning the most impactful global infectious disease outbreaks. Case examples are used to illustrate mental health consequences. An overview of public health response and management of pandemic is reviewed throughout various disaster phases, and focused issues regarding mental health intervention planning for pandemics are discussed.
Link to review: https://www.cambridge.org/core/books/textbook-of-disaster-psychiatry/pandemics-health-care-emergencies/478824C480288A8935798FBF151D96FA
A 2016 analysis by the Rand Corporation, a US think tank, found that of the 25 countries in the world that are most vulnerable to infectious outbreaks, 22 are in Africa.
Link to E-book: https://www.rand.org/pubs/research_reports/RR1605.html
PDF: Identifying Future Disease Hot Spots
Not a paper or report but a very well researched book written by someone on the front lines. “China Syndrome is a fast-moving, truth-is-stranger-than-fiction thriller that doubles as an excellent primer of emerging infections for scientists and laypeople alike. Beyond the superb writing, is a detailed look at China’s culture of secrecy in the throes of a global public health crisis”
Link to book: https://www.amazon.com/China-Syndrome-Story-Centurys-Epidemic/dp/0060587237