Webinar: It’s All in the Delivery: Operational and Logistical Challenges in Deploying a Pandemic Vaccine (Prof. Michael Edelstein)

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25/11/2020 - 19:00 - 18:00הוספה ליומן 2020-11-25 18:00:00 2020-11-25 19:00:00 Webinar: It’s All in the Delivery: Operational and Logistical Challenges in Deploying a Pandemic Vaccine (Prof. Michael Edelstein) Prof. Michael Edelstein is principal investigator in population health at the BIU Azrieli Faculty of Medicine, the president of the infectious diseases section of the European Public Health Association (EUPHA), a fellow of the UK Faculty of Public Health, and a former member of England’s national COVID-19 surveillance team . Prof. Edelstein’s major research interests focus on the equitable delivery of public health programs and harnessing digital tools (in particular data) to improve public health and immunization. He was responsible for improving vaccine-coverage data, reducing inequities, and optimizing both the quality and use of data to improve the national immunization program across the lifespan at PHE, England’s national public health agency. He is deputy editor of the journal Epidemiology and Infection and has served on expert groups for WHO and the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control. He was deployed by WHO to several public health emergencies, including the Ebola outbreak in West Africa in 2014-15. Read more here. Register here. Zoom הפקולטה לרפואה biu.medicine@mail.biu.ac.il Asia/Jerusalem public
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Prof. Michael Edelstein is principal investigator in population health at the BIU Azrieli Faculty of Medicine, the president of the infectious diseases section of the European Public Health Association (EUPHA), a fellow of the UK Faculty of Public Health, and a former member of England’s national COVID-19 surveillance team .

Prof. Edelstein’s major research interests focus on the equitable delivery of public health programs and harnessing digital tools (in particular data) to improve public health and immunization. He was responsible for improving vaccine-coverage data, reducing inequities, and optimizing both the quality and use of data to improve the national immunization program across the lifespan at PHE, England’s national public health agency. He is deputy editor of the journal Epidemiology and Infection and has served on expert groups for WHO and the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control. He was deployed by WHO to several public health emergencies, including the Ebola outbreak in West Africa in 2014-15.

Read more here.

Register here.