How COVID-19 shaped mental health: from infection to pandemic effects
The Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic has threatened global mental health, both indirectly via disruptive societal changes and directly via neuropsychiatric sequelae after SARS-CoV-2 infection.
Walk the talk on immunisation
With a wealth of experience, Professor of Epidemiology and former Minister of Health, ESWI Board Member Roman Prymula gives a personal testimony of the COVID-19 pandemic and the different perspectives of politics vs science when it comes to health policy.
The role of scientists in advising policymakers in a pandemic – David Fisman
Making the International Health Regulations work – David Heymann
Options for global and accessible vaccines – Rino Rappuoli
HERA: what’s new in pandemic preparedness – Wolfgang Philipp
The role of WHO in Pandemic Preparedness Planning – Maria Van Kerkhove
ESWI Summit 2022: expert panel view – Mark Eccleston-Turner
ESWI Summit 2022: Expert panel view – Aeron Hurt
ESWI Summit 2022: Expert panel view – Lwazi Manzi
ESWI Summit 2022: Summary keynotes Debora MacKenzie
Rapporteurs Summary of the Keynote lectures