Covid19: What it means for public health now and in the future
Welcome from the Chair
Broadcaster and Host, Morning Ireland, Radio 1
The public health response to the pandemic: What have we learned, what can we do better? Are we ready for the next pandemic?
Professor of General Practice, University of Limerick Medical School
Dr Máirín Ryan
Deputy Chief Executive and Director of Health Technology Assessment, Health Information and Quality Authority (HIQA)
Visiting Professor of Public Health, Bristol University, member of Independent SAGE, President, Epidemiology and Public Health sector, the Royal Society of Medicine and Chair, the Soil Association, UK
Our pathway to a return to normality
World-first technology to protect society, economy, and jobs
Hear about Health Passport, a world-first digital platform designed to facilitate increased COVID-19 testing for businesses and the public
Getting back to life after Covid-19
Is a vaccine our “silver bullet”? Do we still need a tool-box of remedies for our post-Covid19 future or are they obsolete now that we have a vaccine?
Dr Angela E Raffle
BSc (Hons) MB ChB FFPH, Consultant in Public Health and Honorary Senior Lecturer University of Bristol Medical School, Population Health Sciences
CEO, Assay Genie
Building trust in vaccinating a nation: What are the challenges of mass vaccination?
Co-founder & CEO, Kaptea
Senior lecturer in Business Information Systems, NUI Galway
Covid-19 Vaccine Taskforce