A Lonely Planet: What’s the future for global travel in a post pandemic society?
Thursday 3 December 2020, 11.00am - 12.00pm
On Thursday 3 December, we will be joined by the founder of Lonely Planet Publications and Warwick alumnus, Tony Wheeler. Interviewing Tony will be Professor Noel McCarthy of the Warwick Institute for Global Pandemic Planning (IGPP), and Professor of Communicable Disease Epidemiology and Control, Warwick Medical School.
With alumni located in 167 countries worldwide, the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on travel is an important issue for our Warwick community. Following almost a year of restrictions, quarantine periods, changing travel corridors and border closures, travel for business and leisure remains extremely limited.
Tony and Noel will discuss these topics, including how consumers travel behaviour may change and how academic research from the IGPP can support the recovery.
You can watch the webinar here
This event took place on Thursday 3 December 2020
What happens next? From exit strategies to local lockdowns, how our research is informing public health interventions.
About the webinar
As communities around the globe exit from the coronavirus lockdown, you can learn more about how Warwick academics are informing the debate on the exit strategy. During this session the Provost, Professor Christine Ennew, will be joined by Dr Mike Tildesley - a member of the SPI-M group, the epidemiological modelling arm of the government’s influential SAGE committee and Warwick’s Zeeman Institute, - with Dr Oyinlola Oyebode, an expert in Public Health from Warwick Medical School.
You can watch the webinar here.
This event took place on Friday 17 July 2020.
The Institute for Global Pandemic Planning: Developing a Warwick Response to Covid-19
About the webinar
Chaired by the University of Warwick’s Provost, Professor Christine Ennew, you will hear from two of the University's leading researchers in Behavioural Science and Public Health, who discuss the global response to Covid-19, the many lessons learnt, and how Warwick is best placed to lead a new research institute focused on preparing the world for future pandemics. Thank you to everyone who joined us on the day and submitted questions.
You can view the webinar here.
This event took place on Thursday 18 June 2020