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    Type of settings
    On-line
    Category of capacity building activity
    Seminar/Webinar
    PHIRI Activity
    No
    Activity schedule
    Fixed date(s)
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    Activity local date
    -
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    GEO coverage
    Multinational
    Language
    English
    Available in other languages
    No
    Target audience
    Junior specialists;
    Experts;
    Public Health Sector;
    Public Health Professionals;
    Health Professionals;
    Public Health Authorities;
    Decision-Makers;
    Policy-Makers

    WHO hosted the 3rd COVID- 19 Global research and innovation forum, 24-25  February, 2022 between 13:00 - 18:00 (on both days) Central European Time (CET). For this, a background document was prepared as an updated report from the previous Achievements report released in April 2021. It looks back to bring a spotlight to the global effort on COVID-19 according to 15 research areas. It details the successes, priority research and lessons learned that are critical in the next phase of the pandemic. Crucially the report provides insights on the lessons learned from the COVID-19 pandemic, and applying them to propose future priorities. The underlying principle is that a comprehensive research and innovation effort should continue to be at the core of pandemic response and of any efforts to be better prepared.
    The Forum looked forward to review future priorities through the lens of over 100 leading research scientists, experts, policy makers and donors worldwide who contributed their views through scientific presentations and discussions, including keynote presentations and panel discussions on how research can help to end this pandemic and prepare for future pandemics.

    Topics
    Health status » Morbidity/disability » Communicable diseases » Food and water borne;
    Health systems » Health resources and activities » Physical and technical resources » Medical technology;
    Policy » Response Plan
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    Leading organizer
    World Health Organisation
    Contact

    WHO Headquarters in Geneva

    Telephone: +41 22 791 21 11 | Website (link in here)
     

    Updated on 27 April 2022