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#CovidUnknowns: Vaccines

Feb 25, 2021 04:00 PM in London

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4.00.  Welcome – Fiona Godlee (The BMJ)

Phil Hammond (Private Eye) MC 

4.05   Safety and efficacy (Chair: Rajeka Lazarus, University Hospital of Bristol and Weston)
 – Susanne Hodgson (Oxford University)
 – Ben Goldacre (Nuffield Department of Primary Care and Health Sciences
– Peter Doshi (University of Maryland/The BMJ) 

4.35  Dose schedule (Chair: Adam Finn, JCVI, University of Bristol)
– Richard Malley (Boston Children’s Hospital)

4.50 Equity and obstacles to vaccine distribution and reach (Chair: Allyson Pollock)
 – Carlos Correa (Intergovernmental South Centre)
– Priti Patnaik (Geneva Health Files) 
– David Himmelstein (City University, New York)

5.20 Possible futures: panel (Chair: George Davey Smith)
– Chadi Saad-Roy & Caroline Wagner (Princeton University)
– Sheila Bird (University of Aberdeen)

5.45 Discussion/Q&A (Chair: Phil Hammond) 

6.00 Close (George Davey Smith, Bristol)

This webinar is part of a series.  

Virtual launch of PMAC and The BMJ special collection - Covid-19: Advancing towards an equitable and healthy world

The collection analyses the significant issues arising from the pandemic, including the political economy of the response, the role of international institutions, overwhelmed health systems, social determinants, the value of global indices of preparedness, and global megatrends and solidarity.

In this session, you’ll hear from Dr Viroj Tangcharoensathien, Dr Jesse Bump, Professor Göran Tomson, Dr Lauren Paremoer and Prof Fran Baum about their work and participate in a discussion facilitated by Dr Kamran Abbasi, Executive Editor of The BMJ. This collection was produced with the kind support of PMAC.

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