24 March 2021 Online
Webinar - 12 months of COVID – what have we learned? Part 1

This webinar will focus on ventilation and the environment.

Confirmed panel members:

  • Dr Lena Ciric - Associate Professor in Environmental Engineering, University College London
  • Dr James Dodd - Consultant senior lecturer in respiratory medicine, University of Bristol
  • Professor Catherine Noakes - Professor of Environmental Engineering for Buildings, University of Leeds
  • Dr Jon Otter - Infection prevention and control Epidemiologist, Imperial College London

During the first 40 minutes of the webinar the panel will answer questions submitted in advance. To submit questions to the panel visit https://app.sli.do/event/sxxii0hz

This webinar has been accredited by the Royal College of Pathologists for 1 CPD credit. 

Watch previous webinars in the COVID-19 challenges and solutions series on-demand.

 

This webinar is supported by an educational grant from GAMA Healthcare.

GAMA

FAQ's

How do I join the webinar?

In order to join the webinar you must register in advance. Registration will close one hour before the webinar starts.

Once your registration has been approved you will receive an email from no-reply@zoom.us with joining instructions. You should receive this within 48 hours of registering. This email will be sent again one hour before the meeting starts. If you have not received an email with joining instructions please check your junk folder and then email admin@his.org.uk  before the webinar starts.

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How do I participate during the webinar?

During the webinar you will have the opportunity to participate using Slido, a simple audience interaction tool. We recommend downloading the Slido app and joining the event using #HIS. Alternatively you can open Slido on your browser https://app.sli.do/event/sxxii0hz

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Will a recording of the webinar be available?

A recording of the webinar will be available on our resource page and Vimeo channel after the event.