Covid-19: An e-forum with Dr Winston Morgan
A chance to discuss all aspects of Covid-19 with Dr Winston Morgan, reader in Toxicology and Clinical Biochemistry
Covid-19: An e-forum - all EduCom students and staff welcome!
Thursday February 18, 5-6pm
With Dr. Winston Morgan, UEL reader in Toxicology and Clinical Biochemistry (also featured on Channel 4's 'Is Covid Racist?'). Dr Morgan has kindly agreed to participate, to address biological and medical as well as social aspects of Covid. More details about Dr Morgan in his biographical note below.
Discussion chairs: Mickey Levoguer and Tanya Cotier, EduCom.
Covid-19 is a pandemic with dramatic effects, from causing high levels of illness and death, to intensifying inequalities. Many uncertainties remain. Come along and ask questions, express your opinions, and discuss the pandemic and what it means for all of us.
- Questions we might discuss:
- When and how will the pandemic end?
- Will the economy recover?
- What will be the global impacts?
- How are lockdowns affecting us?
- What is Long Covid?
- How is Covid related to inequalities and systemic racism?
- How will Covid affect children and young people in the long term?
- How can we ensure safe working environments for critical workers?
- How are universities responding to Covid, and how will Covid change patterns of study in the future?
- How can we help ourselves and each other to keep safe, calm and happy?
- How can we act to improve the pandemic situation locally, nationally and globally?
- Will there be any positive outcomes of the pandemic?