COVID-19 Webinar: Research in the wake of the pandemic

When:

18 January 2022 09:00 - 12:00

Type of event:

Seminar

Registration deadline:

17 January 12:00

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About the event

The Research Council of Norway, in collaboration with Trond Mohn Foundation and the Norwegian Cancer Society, is happy to invite you to the fourth seminar of the series "COVID-19: Research in the Wake of the Pandemic". The seminar will focus on "Pandemic Management: Adaptation and resilience in response to an outbreak". The event is digital. 

Our guest this seminar will be Egil Matsen, head of the Norwegian Coronavirus Commission.   

The initiative aims to establish a platform where researchers engaged in the Covid-19 pandemic can interact and share best practices. Attendees will have the chance to follow presentations in live streaming, get engaged in direct discussions with the speakers and there will be the possibility to establish new collaborations. The seminar will be streamed through the platform created for the event. You will receive information about how to log on to the platform when the deadline for registration has ended.

Attend on a digital platform

Attendees will have the chance to follow presentations in live streaming, get engaged in direct discussions with the speakers and there will be the possibility to establish new collaborations. The seminar will be streamed through the platform created for the event. You will receive information about how to log on to the platform when the deadline for registration has ended

Programme

9:00-12:00

Guest: Egil Matsen, head of the Norwegian Coronavirus Commission.   

SESSION 1

  • Trevor Clancy: An artificial intelligence platform to identify T cell targets for rapid response tests during pandemics: application to SARS-CoV-2
  • Synne Øien Stensland: Stress responses and health complaints in hospital personnel during the Covid-19 pandemic
  • Hedvig Nordeng: EU-COVID-19 - a multinational registry-based linkage study with focus on risk and protective factors, clinical outcomes and mental health.

Q/A – short dialogue

SESSION 2

  • Anna Hurrød and Heidi Holmen: Digital outpatient clinic with remote care
  • Mette Røhne: COVIdig - best practice on use of video and digital surveillance in healthcare
  • Dag Ausen: CoSAM – Applications for collaboration in crises and daily operations in healthcare services

Q/A – short dialogue

SESSION 3

  • Jørgen Aarhaug: Adaptive measures for non-private transport to the Covid-19 Pandemic (CODAPT)
  • Stig-Erik Jakobsen: Regional Resilience and Sustainable Industrial Restructuring (RegReSir)
  • Mona Solvoll: Media Innovation through the Corona Crisis

Q/A – short dialogue

DIALOGUE WITH GUEST

PARALLELL SESSIONS: MEET THE SPEAKERS

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