International COVID-19 Conference - Shared screen with speaker view - Recording 1/2
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Syed Salman Ali
Hi Good evening to all present over here..Best Wishes to the team for webinarRegards,SYED SALMAN ALIAssistant ProfessorDepartment of Pharmacology,School of Pharmaceutical SciencesIFTM UNIVERSITY, MORADABAD- 244102 Uttar Pradesh, INDIAsalmanali.firstname.lastname@example.org
very good evening sir
Dr. Pradeep Kumar Chaswal
hello everyone 😊
Our program will start at 0745
greetings from Jakarta, Indonesia Dr Vinod Bura
Welcome! The conference will be starting shortly!
Vaibhav Kumar Gupta
Thank you for attending!
Great I made it on time
good morning everyone!
or night :)
Dr. KALPANA NAGPAL
hello all !
Thank you very much for gathering clinicians for updates
R. Noviane Chasny
hi everyone, dr Anne from Indonesia
Hello to Everyone. Looking forward to enhance my knowledge on Covid19. Dr. Debashis Das from Mumbai, India
Hello Everyone. Dr Iszaid from Malaysia.
Diana Alexandra Echeverría Proaño
Hello everyone! Dr Diana Echeverría from Belgium
Hello to all, MrsTehzeeb RVS College, Coimbatore,India
Hello Everyone, Good Morning or Night This is Shubham from India
Guilherme Grossi Lopes Cancado
Hello from Brazil! 🇧🇷
Another hello from the UK
Hello everyone. This is Shoaib from Pakistan.
Yes, this conference is being recorded. You will all receive a link to view after the conference. Thank you.
Hello everyone.Dr Jaimini here from India
Hello everyone ! Dr.Chetan Chaudhry from India.
tria safitri, MD
hello from Indonesia.
hello from Indonesia.
Hello everyone, dr. Adhi Sanjaya, MSc-IH from Indonesia. Selamat malam rekan sejawat!
Hi from Toronto! Coming from a background in global and digital health and excited for all sessions.
👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽 Proud Daddy
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Short break until 11AM Pacific
Hi panelists! Hope you are enjoying your bio break! We will reconvene at 11. I will be playing a short chime to alert you to when you have one minute remaining. Thanks for speaking - we are looking forward to your presentations!
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potential panel questions:
5/15/2020 12:07:45 Session 5: Social Determinants of Health When we talk about ethnic differences in COVID19 case fatality rate or incidence, how much do you think genetic differences could play pivotal role? Central University of Punjab, India email@example.com/15/2020 10:21:33 Session 5: Social Determinants of Health People of color are more at risk for a worse course of disease and highly morbidity. Since these people have higher co-morbidities, why are we not addressing or even talking about these underlying causes of worsening illness? Why are we not educating these people about the ability of lifestyle and specifically plant based nutrition to be able to reverse heart disease and diabetes? Stanford Health Care firstname.lastname@example.org/14/2020 23:00:36 Session 5: Social Determinants of Health How might individual's health attitudes and behaviours change as a result of the pandemic? In particular, the at-risk groups and older people? Sonova AG email@example.com
I will open the panel discussion on equality vs. equity with this question: "How do we create Precision Public Health for COVID 19 given what we know now about the social determinants of health?"