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'Policy' - Post-Pandemic Provocations Medical Humanities Roundtable Series

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Date & time Aug 2, 11:00AM
Ends on Aug 2, 01:00PM
Location
Strathclyde Loch, United Kingdom
Creator LouiseLHarris
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'Policy' - Post-Pandemic Provocations Medical Humanities Roundtable Series

This roundtable will present cutting-edge historical research related to the theme of 'policy'.

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The COVID-19 pandemic is having significant impacts on the ways in which we conduct and disseminate our research that will change how we, as scholars of the medical humanities, approach our field in the future.

Focusing on the historical theme of 'policy', how do we move forward from this? What new avenues are open to us in the post-COVID world? Can we use this pandemic to reassess our methodologies and enrich our networks to foster a truly global research community?________________________________________________________________________________________________

Speakers:

Dr Paul Atkinson (University of Liverpool): Scientific Advice and COVID-19 Policy Making

Lilliana Buonasorte (Durham University): The Covid-19 ‘high-risk’ category: what does it do, who does it categorise and what can we learn from it?

Dr Arnab Chakraborty (Shanghai University): Public Health policies and Tuberculosis control: WHO Western Pacific Region (1950s-1990s)

Lu Chen (University of York): Withdrawal from WHO: from USSR and China in the 1950s to the Trump Administration in 2020

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'Policy' Roundtable Event (Zoom): https://strath.zoom.us/j/85961714441

Meeting ID: 859 6171 4441

Password: policy

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This series of online roundtables is organised by the current Medical Humanities Fellows on the Wellcome Trust China/UK collaborative research programme between the Universities of Strathclyde, Manchester, Shanghai, Fudan and the Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences.

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