Vaccines, Antivirals, Lockdowns and COVID: Lessons from the Pandemic
This webinar brings together a collection of some of the leading decision-makers and eminent policymakers from the UK Government’s COVID-19 pandemic response through the world-leading vaccination programme and extensive antiviral rollout.
20/10/22 03:00 pm
The speakers will discuss their experiences in government and how to handle risk, uncertainty and imperfect information in emergency situations and key lessons that should be applied for future pandemic preparedness and response. The webinar will also look at the role of government and reforms needed in Whitehall to ensure the UK is better placed to handle future infectious disease and pandemic threats.
Chair: Professor Graham Cookson | Chief Executive of the Office of Health Economics
Stuart Carroll | Director Market Access and Policy Affairs for the UK and Ireland, Moderna and Former Senior Expert Policy & Strategy Adviser at the heart of the COVID-19 pandemic for the UK Government on the UK Vaccines Taskforce, Antiviral Taskforce and Therapeutic Taskforce
Eddie Gray | Non-Executive Board member of the Independent Press Standards Organisation (IPSO) and Former Chair of the UK Government Covid-19 Antivirals Taskforce
Nick Elliott CB MBE | UK CEO, Helsing and Former Director General of the UK Vaccine Taskforce, he set up and ran what has been described as the most successful component of the United Kingdom’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic
Kevin Bates | CEO of Quantum 360 Limited and Former lead in procurement and purchasing for the UK Vaccines Taskforce and UK Antivirals Taskforce
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