Past events

Find information about past ANU Medical School events.

24
Nov
2021

COVID-19 and climate change: from ‘Yes, we can’ to ‘Oh no’ »

7.30pm 24 November 2021

Hear about the effects that COVID19 has had on climate change from three experts in the field.

17
Nov
2021

COVID19 and kidney disease »

7.30pm 17 November 2021

Learn how COVID19 effects the kidney.

10
Nov
2021

COVID-19: lessons learnt in the ICU »

7.30pm 10 November 2021

Learn how Australian ICUs managed COVID19

03
Nov
2021

Partnering with service users in the COVID response »

7.30pm 3 November 2021

Dr Scholz will discuss the principles of collaboration with patients, carers, and community members in healthcare decision making in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic.

27
Oct
2021

Challenges in delivering healthcare during the Covid pandemic - the Apollo Experience »

7.30pm 27 October 2021

The webinar is a case study on the delivery of world class service in a hospital setting, during a pandemic.

20
Oct
2021

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and COVID-19: A tale of two strains »

7.30pm 20 October 2021

This talk will cover the leadership from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, the steps taken to protect communities, the challenges in the vaccine roll-out and what further needs to be done to protect the community as Australia opens up.

13
Oct
2021

COVID-19 home-based care & monitoring »

7.30pm 13 October 2021

This webinar will discuss the need for systems to be in place to monitor COVID19 patients who are recommended for home care.

06
Oct
2021

Navigating through pandemonium: Reflections on the Indian response to the pandemic »

7.30pm 6 October 2021

This webinar will discuss the successes and learnings that can help manage future waves of COVID19.

29
Sep
2021

“Should I or shouldn’t I” - Challenges of health professionals accessing help for themselves »

7.30pm 29 September 2021

This session will discuss the psychological impact of the pandemic on healthcare professionals.

22
Sep
2021

Diagnosis and characterisation of SARS – COVID-19 and variants of concern »

7.30pm 22 September 2021

The need to be agile in diagnosing COVID and its variants has led to the use of novel diagnostic approaches.

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