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HBA New York presents

Epidemiological & Medical Perspectives on Pandemics & Societal Consequences


Date and time
Thursday, 30 July
04:30PM - 06:00PM EST
Location
Webinar

Event Contact
Miriam Marshood
Competencies
12. Continues to learn, grow and transform

From the Spanish flu, the SARS outbreak and now COVID-19, what lessons have we learned - what consequences is our society facing?
Join us in a transparent conversation with experts in public health discussing the epidemiological perspective on pandemics, the evolving prevention & the medical perspective on the development of vaccines & treatments.

- Understand the conflicts of balancing economics and epidemiology practice, health policy & financial burdens against human lives
- Explore the burden on the healthcare systems, patients and communities
- Learn what potential consequences there are with industry’s fast-tracking through changing regulatory policies around developing vaccines & treatments to address an immediate unmet medical need. What scientific & societal paradigms will the future hold?

We should continue to learn and be aware - don't become complacent as lock down measures are being lifted. We hope you will bring critical questions for an interactive session!


Agenda 
4:30-4:40 PM Introduction HBA WIS
4:40-4:50 PM Opening Statements and Perspectives
4:50-6:00 Panelist Discussions & audience Q&A

Registration information
Event is open to: HBA Members and nonmembers
Online registration deadline: 7/31/2020

Featured speakers

William Halperin, MD, MPH, DrPH
Professor, Dept. of Epidemiology
Rutgers University
Judith Hey-Hadavi, DDS, MD, MSc
Global Medical Lead - Sterile Injectables Portfolio
Pfizer Inc.
Miriam Marshood, PhD, MS, MPH
Global Trial Director
Novartis Pharmaceuticals Corporation
Learning Objectives
1. Understand the distinction between basis and illusive epidemiology of pandemics and the risk factors for the disease 2. Recognize the burden of COVID-19 on patients, healthcare facilities and the work place environment within a historical perspective 3. Evaluate strategies to manage the conflict of bringing business model to epidemiology and industry efforts to protect human lives

Registration information

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 Price LevelRegular
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Registration: Regular Registration

 Member$10.00
 Member - Euro€9.00
 Non-Member$15.00
 Non-Member - Euro€13.00

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