What did we learn?
A live Webinar 27th October 2021
Seminars hosted by Pat Kenny + Ivana Bacik TD
The event will be live–streamed from the 1798 chapel in Trinity College with a small invite–only audience present, alongside the presenters. Attendees will be online. This special seminar is a partnership between The Good Summit + The World Health Innovation Summit, and is primarily directed at those with a professional interest in the issues being raised. This event will certainly be ‘Health professionals talking to health professionals,’ and will be especially relevant to those studying toward a career in the medical / global health arenas. The conversations will provide details of latest thinking and practice in the areas being discussed, and will provide inspiration to the general public as well as medical professionals.
What has the last 18 months of global pandemic taught us about the state of global health, the state of scientific advance, the state of social awareness and the state of medical advance? What needs to be learned and remembered as we move toward a new phase of understanding the previous months, and how can social realities add to understandings of GOOD advance in scientific development?
Global Health TCD
Chief Scientific Officer, Northern Ireland
What does it really mean to have GOOD Health and Well Being as a normal sociological states of being? What role might social prescribing play in such a discussion, and how can we know if medical advances in science are truly making their way toward marginalised communities?
Infectious Diseases and Internal Medicine physician TCD
Architecture, Planning and Environmental Policy UCD
Director of Personalised Care at NHS England and NHS Improvement
What part is technology playing in bringing modern medicine to more people? How are technological developments shaping the future of healthcare, and how can partnerships between science, industry and health practitioners lead to innovation that is GOOD for all? A timely and vital discussion!
Global Social Prescribing Alliance Clinical Champion;
CEO UNGSII (BMZ, Digital Africa)
Digital Specialist | Accessibility Ambassador & Disability-Rights Advocate
How have the latest months challenged / changed questions of gender equality around the globe? What conversations need to take place to bring further GOOD change and positive social transformation within issues that surround female health care and equality in global health?
Chair World Health Innovation Summit Gender Equality and Women’s Empowerment Group
Director, Congenital Heart Disease Network, National Children’s Hospital Group
Head of Department, Work and Employment Studies, Kemmy Business School, UL