WHO Webinar Series on Trust and Pandemic Preparedness. The shifting landscape of trust: history, leadership & communities
The COVID-19 pandemic highlighted trust as an important determinant of successful pandemic response. The second webinar in the series examines historical trust infrastructures that build and maintain trust within communities.
Current COVID-19 situation and what's next for COVID-19
WHO's Information Network for Epidemics organised a webinar to provide an update on the current COVID-19 situation, the new variants, and discuss what it means for the pandemic and our lives.
Influenza: Time for a different perspective?
CSL Seqirus organised the symposium "Influenza: Time for a different perspective?" at Options XI for the Control on Influenza conference, which took place in Belfast on 26-29 September.
EU-US conference on Long COVID
This online conference aimed to shed light on perspectives for addressing long COVID in the EU and the US. It brought together experts from medical, public health, health economics disciplines, patient organisations and policymakers.
WHO’s Science in 5 : Influenza
How does the vaccine combat the Influenza virus? How does WHO track influenza across the world to decide the composition of the vaccine? Dr Sylvie Briand also explains why we are seeing a spike in respiratory diseases in Science in 5
WHO Webinar Series on Trust and Pandemic Preparedness: Trust and pandemics
The first webinar in the series reviews the lessons learned at the intersection of trust and different responses to health emergencies including HIV, Ebola and COVID-19.
The cost of health care: how to make it affordable
Watch Robert Yates, political health economist specialising in Universal Health Coverage (UHC) at Chatham House, discuss with The Economist on the International UHC Day.
Shaping the Future of Global Next-Generation Influenza Vaccine Research
Flu Vaccine Forum. A series of conversations with global public health experts about transforming the vaccine ecosystem towards a flu-free future.
"Protection against influenza and its complications in the context of Covid-19” symposium at Options XI
The Covid-19 pandemic has affected influenza circulation globally, surveillance is important to assess the upcoming season. Influenza is back!
Older adults and COVID-19 vaccines
What do we know so far about older adults and COVID-19 vaccines? How long does the effect of the vaccine last and how successful have countries been in vaccinating older adults? WHO’s Dr Katherine O’Brien explains in Science in 5
“Flu, COVID and RSV: How to vaccinate?” symposium at Options XI