Politics, people and protection in a post-pandemic world

post-pandemic panel

Event details

Wednesday 21 April 2021
Online event (recorded - watch online now).
Free and open to all. Registration is required.


WATCH ONLINEOver the past year, our world has seen monumental change. The pandemic has impacted every area of life, challenging the way we work, socialise, communicate and live.

In this event, chaired by Emeritus Professor Marie Kinsey, our panel of experts reflected on the impact of the past year, identified the key public health lessons that have been learnt and addressed how we'll manage the threat of possible future pandemics.

As we look forward to the ending of lockdown, join our panel to gain an expert insight into what we’ve been through and what’s to come.  

The Panel: 

Host, Emeritus Professor Marie Kinsey

Dr Andrew Lee, Reader in Global Public Health

Dr Jenny Hall, Clinical Research Fellow within the Department of Infectious Diseases

Dr Simon Rushton, Director of Research and Deputy Head of the Department of Politics

Dr Jesse Matheson, Senior Lecturer in the Department of Economics

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