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COVID-19: Planning the next phase of the pandemic

COVID-19: Planning the next phase of the pandemic

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An opportunity to hear two experts talk about what's involved in planning the next phase of the pandemic.

  • Tuesday 11th August 2020 14:30
  • Live Stream
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About this event

Imperial College Academic Health Science Centre (AHSC) is working at the forefront of research and patient care during the COVID-19 pandemic. In this online event, part of our series of AHSC Covid-19 seminars, two experts will talk about planning the next phase of the pandemic. The seminar will be live and open to all.

Speakers:

Professor Julian Redhead, Medical Director and Consultant in emergency medicine, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust.

Professor Azra Ghani, Chair in Infectious Disease Epidemiology, Imperial College London.

Please note that the Zoom link will be sent to registrants the day before the event.

When and where?

Tuesday 11 August 2020
14:30–15:30 BST

Watch the webinar recording - with Professor Julian Redhead

Watch the webinar recording - with Professor Azra Ghani

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Singinhinny

Singinhinny

7th August 2020

These seminars are excellent Very much looking forward to this one. It strikes me as very challenging: how do you nail this so-and-so down, so that you can plan effectively to overcome it?

marjorie

marjorie

7th August 2020

I'm relieved to hear someone is planning something

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sandyptl

sandyptl

8th August 2020

There is quite alot actually - though it is still fairly tightly monitored by the Government.

i happen to work on the NIHR committee offering the PPI perspective on research around COVID19. This is a fairly large and varied group called the 'College of Experts' from all across the country. We work looking at all areas of research which are put forward to fight the virus in one way or another.

We are now including the persoanl issues too - ie the effects on society etc.... So rest assured things are being done!

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