After having focused on crisis management in most European countries we are now entering a second phase of the pandemic without permanent lockdowns, with increased mobility in and between countries and with new national, European and global public health approaches.
While we are re-opening our social life we are have started this COVID-19 lecture series to reflect on selected lessons we have learned and probably will have to learn.
Please find here the recordings and presentations of all MCI WEBINARS:
COVID 19 Lessons Learned – part VII (Youtube-Video 1 hour 25 minutes) with Professor Oddvar Kaarbøe on “A review and an outlook on COVID-19 from the perspective of a health economist” (recorded on Friday, June 26, 2020).
COVID 19 Lessons Learned - part VI (Youtube-Video 1 hour 23 minutes) with Dorli Kahr-Gottlieb and Young Forum Gastein on “Young health professionals and COVID-19 - the skills you need in a pandemic” (recorded on Friday, June 19, 2020).
COVID-19 Lessons Learned - part V (Youtube-Video 1 hour 40 minutes) with Wei Manske-Wang on “Covid19 in China & Europe - Because we are so different, we can learn so much from each other” (recorded on Friday, June 12, 2020).
COVID-19 Lessons Learned - part IV (Youtube-Video 1 hour 25 minutes) with Armin Fidler on “Experiences from inside the crisis response team in Vorarlberg, Austria” (recorded on Friday, June 5, 2020).
COVID-19 Lessons Learned - part III (Video 1 hour 16 minutes) with Antoinette de Bont de Bont on Leadership – what it takes to lead the world post-covid-19 (recorded on Friday, May 29, 2020).
COVID-19 Lessons Learned - part II (Video 1 hour 20 minutes) with Raffael Heiss on The Fake News Challenge: Media use, Knowledge and Conspiracy Beliefs (recorded on Friday, May 22, 2020).
COVID-19 Lessons Learned – part I (Video 1 hour 27 minutes) with Martin Sprenger on Population-Based Virus Risk Management (recorded on Friday, May 15, 2020).
Lecture and discussion with Dr. med. Martin Sprenger. Picture: MCI
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