A Health Futures Webinar: Technology for Pandemic Preparedness & Response
Hosted by ACCESS Health International and SingHealth Duke-NUS Global Health Institute, the Tech for Pandemic Preparedness webinar will showcase experts in the fields of emerging infectious disease and technology for health. Hearing from experts and creating a space for discussion and inquiry, this webinar will focus on how technology is being used for the current COVID-19 outbreak, from the lab to teletriage, to public health policy.
Chang Liu, Regional Director for ACCESS Health International, speaking on how digital technology is being used in China for the coronavirus outbreak
Danielle Anderson, Assistant Professor at Duke-NUS Medical School’s Emerging Infectious Diseases Research Program, speaking on how technology has advanced the process for virus isolation, vaccine development, and contact tracing.
Melisa Teoh, Director of Marketing at MyDoc, sharing how MyDoc is using its telehealth platform for triage and public education, supporting integrated health systems and reducing burden on hospitals.
Alex Cook, Associate Professor at the NUS Saw Swee Hock School of Public Health, discussing how public policy has evolved since SARS, and re-sharing his study on discrete decision making and policy.