COVID-19 from a Paediatric Perspective – an online BPSU-PHE Symposia series: Day Two

The British Paediatric Surveillance is pleased to announced that, in collaboration with Public Health England, we will be hosting two symposia exploring how COVID-19 has impacted on paediatric service and children and young people.
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Day two of the symposia will be introduced by Dr Camilla Kingdon, incoming President of the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health, and it will consider the wider impact of COVID-19 on children and young people.

Information on Day 1 of the COVID 19 from a Paediatric Perspective

Day 2

The programme comprises 12-minute talks with 3-minute question & answer sessions.

Chair: Dr Camilla Kingdon, incoming President of the Royal College of Paediatrics

18.00 - 18:10


Dr Camilla Kingdon, incoming President of the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health

18:10 - 18:30

COVID-19 and schools

Dr Ifeanyichukwu Okike, Derby Children's Hospital / Public Health England, Mr Paul Schumann, Headteacher, Little Eaton Primary School, Derby & Mr Matthew Ridgill, Principal, Derby College

18:25 - 18:40

Can young people access information on COVID-19?

Oliver Lawton

18:40 - 18:55

Indirect effects of COVID-19 on children

Professor Russell Viner, University College London

18:55 - 19:10

Beyond COVID-19 - What has happened to paediatric infectious diseases during the pandemic?

Dr Elizabeth Whittaker, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust

19:10 - 19:25

COVID-19 vaccination in pregnancy

Professor Paul Heath, St George's, University of London

19:25 - 19:40

COVID-19 vaccination in children

Professor Shamez Ladhani, Public Health England

19:40 - 19:55 Panel Question & Answer session

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