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Preparing for Long COVID: COVID-19 and health systems strengthening
Tuesday 09 March 2021 from 12:00-13:00 CET
The rapid development of a range of COVID-19 vaccines during the pandemic has renewed interest in public-private partnerships.
For example, governments and international agencies have partnered with private pharmaceutical companies to fund research and development
programmes. How did these partnerships develop? Did their development incorporate insights from previous initiatives for outbreak management?
What have been the challenges thus far and how will this experience shape future public-private partnerships for R & D in healthcare? Join
us in this webinar to find out whether COVID-19 has been a game-changer.
Barbara Kerstiëns, European Commission (keynote)
Vasee Moorthy, World Health Organization, Geneva
Magda Chlebus, European Federation of Pharmaceutical Industries and Associations (EFPIA)
Yannis Natsis, European Public Health Alliance
Dimitra Panteli & Erica Richardson (European Observatory on Health
Systems and Policies)
This webinar is part of a series of webinars which draws lessons from
country experiences based on the
COVID-19 Health System Response Monitor (HSRM)
- a joint undertaking
with the WHO Regional Office for Europe, the European Commission and the
European Observatory. The COVID-19 HSRM builds on the expertise of the
Health Systems and Policy Monitor network and the WHO Country Offices
and the knowledge and work of colleagues in the Regional Office and DG
SANTE who are dealing with the pandemic and supporting countries. The
webinar series is indebted to them all.
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