Science & Practice: What are the implications of COVID-19 public health research for practice?
In this online edition ofmthe Aletta Research Meet-up on 10 December, six experts will reflect on how scientific findings can be used for the development of practical policies tackling the COVID-19 pandemic, but also how practical issues can stimulate research. Interested? See the programme below and register!
The event is designed for an online environment and is meant for everyone interested in Covid-19 public health research: researchers, policy makers, workers at societal institutions.To learn more about the programme, go to the Aletta website.
Introduction and outlook
COVID-19 as preview of health developments to come Jochen Mierau
Chair: Jochen Mierau
Why historical knowledge is indispensable in tackling COVID-19
Implications of COVID-19 for prevention and public health policy
Coordinating personal protective equipment logistics
Public health foresight, in the light of COVID-19
Work challenges in times of COVID-19: supporting the multi-age workforce
Moderated by: Jochen Mierau
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