August 27 Aug 27
2020
3:30 PM - 5:00 PM
Thursday Thu

COVID-19 Community Town Hall IV

Key Updates & Implications for this Fall

Zoom details provided upon registration. Learn more and register here. Presubmit Panelist Questions HERE

Description: Stanford Medicine's Office of Community Engagement is hosting its 4th virtual Town Hall on the COVID-19 outbreak. This event is co-sponsored by the Department of Epidemiology & Population Health. Nearly 6 months since the United States declared this a national health emergency, learn what our public health landscape looks like today and suggestions on navigating through the pandemic this Fall. Join us live as we take a closer look and speak to leading experts on:

  • Promoting evidence-based COVID-19 prevention strategies as we prepare for the cold/flu season this fall

  • Successes from other countries in their fight against the pandemic

  • Latest information on access COVID-19 testing and receiving testing results

  • General information and resources for parents, children, educators, and the public at large           

Panelists:

  • Michele Barry, MD, FACP, Drs. Ben & Jess Shenson Professor, Senior Associate Dean, Global Health, Director, Center for Innovation in Global Health and Professor of Medicine & Senior Fellow at The Woods Institute & at The Freeman Spogli Institute, Stanford Medicine

  • Lorene Nelson, PhD, Associate Professor, Epidemiology and Population Health and Associate Director, Stanford Center for Population Health Sciences, Stanford Medicine

  • Upinder Singh, MD, Professor of Medicine (Infectious Diseases & Geographic Medicine) & Microbiology & Immunology, Stanford Medicine

  • (Nicholas) Kenji Taylor, MD, MSc, Instructor, Medicine-Primary Care & Population Health, Masters Student in Health Policy, Stanford Medicine | Primary Care Physician, Roots Community Health Center | Founder & Director of Cut Hypertension Program´╗┐

Moderator: Lisa Goldman Rosas, PhD, MPH, Assistant Professor, Epidemiology & Population Health; Faculty Director, Stanford Medicine Office of Community Engagement