Webinar – COVID-19: Informing our practice – Tuesday 31 March

Hear from leading experts across the globe about the epidemiology of COVID–19, lessons from Hong Kong and South Korea and how we in the UK are learning from the experience of others.

Webinar – COVID-19: Informing our practice – Tuesday 31 March

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Live webinar Tuesday 31 March 2020 6.00pm BST

Hear from leading experts across the globe about the epidemiology of COVID–19, lessons from Hong Kong and South Korea and how we in the UK are learning from the experience of others.

The agenda for the webinar is as follows:

6.00pm-6.05pmIntroduction and welcomeProfessor Jackie Taylor
President
Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow
6.05pm-6.20pmThe global and UK epidemiology of COVID-19Dr Antonia Ho
Clinical Senior Lecturer and Consultant in Infectious Diseases
University of Glasgow
6.20pm-6.35pmNon-pharmacological interventions with reference to the Hong Kong experience with reference to the Hong Kong experienceProfessor Ben Cowling
WHO Collaborating Centre of Infectious Disease Epidemiology and Control, School of Public Health
University of Hong Kong
6.35pm-6.50pmClinical management and lessons learned by South KoreaDr Tom Fletcher
Consultant in Tropical Infectious Disease and Senior Clinical Lecturer
HQ WHO Clinical Team, Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine
6.50pm-7pmQuestions and answers
7pmClose

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