Are we ready for the next outbreak?

Virtual and Interactive Round-Table
on Pandemic Prevention and Preparedness

September 2, 2020

The event will start at 15:00 (CET)

This Event will include:
- Live Discussions and Debates
- Q & A with the Audience
- Polls and real-time results
- and more…


It’s time to make a change !

The COVID19 crisis has initiated a wake-up call to an uncertain, changing future.

In order to be prepared for the next inevitable outbreak, we need to understand the complexity and interconnectivity between Global Health, Environmental Science, World Economics, Politics, Technology, Lifestyle, Production Chains, Logistics, etc.

Watch our first online round-table below:

Bettina Borisch

Bettina Borisch

Professor, Institute of Global Health, University of Geneva; Executive Director, World Federation of Public Health Associations, Geneva, Switzerland
“Public Health or the Public’s Health?”
Ali Mobasheri

Ali Mobasheri

Professor of Musculoskeletal Biology, State Research Institute Centre for Innovative Medicine, Vilnius, Lithuania; University of Oulu, Finland; University Medical Center Utrecht, The Netherlands
“One Health and the transmission of diseases from animals to humans”
Ludovic Subran

Ludovic Subran

Chief Economist, Allianz SE, Munich, Germany and Paris, France
“The impact of pandemics on the World Economy”
Cobi Reisman

Cobi Reisman

Urologist and sexologist, Md, PhD, FECSM, Flare-Health, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
“The impact of COVID-19 on Sexuality and Sexual life”
  • Where did we fail to prevent COVID19, even though there were very clear warnings and forecasts?

  • Was it necessary to shut down the entire economy? Is the collateral damage justified?

  • Will there be a second wave of COVID19 and if yes, are we prepared?

  • What is the main cause of COVID19?

  • When can we expect a vaccine against COVID19? Where do we stand with the research?

  • Will new social behavior prevent a future pandemic - or minimize a possible outbreak?

  • Will we expect a baby boom next year? Or a higher divorce rate? Or both?

  • What are insurance companies planning for the future?


PANPREV, Virtual Round-Table on Pandemic Prevention and Preparedness


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